Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): Team Practices: Dribbling & Running w/ Ball

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Ryan Mooney
Name: Ryan Mooney
City: Chester
Country: United Kingdom
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Relay Race

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Relay Race
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Relay Race (10 mins)

- Mirrored practice with two teams competing against each other. 

- Both teams start the race at the same time, opposite ends.

- One ball in play per team, dribbling around the outside of the mannequins, passing to the opposite side players waiting after completion. 

 

Progression

- Weaker foot


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Dribbling Scenarios

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Dribbling Scenarios (10 mins)

- Four stations to start from & receive, all players split equally across the four stations.

- Players bring the ball into play, coming up to a manakin to take on using a skill or dribbling through the cones, using different techniques as instructed.

- Once the players hit the middle, they change direction to the left or right as instructed, around the pole and pass into the player waiting. Cones are placed in a way that they don't obstruct the player feeding the ball or run into traffic.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): 1v1 Choice

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1v1 Choice

- Two defenders that are rotated every few attempts, one attacker to receive the ball from the coach.

- Once received, the attacker must choose a direction to go in to score in the mini-goals, one out of four.

- They have a number of seconds from the pass to score, the coaches choice, only from outside of the middle area.

- If the two players win the ball, they aim to go in the two opposite goals, but the attacker can win the ball back and attempt to dribble past and score.


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