Handball drills for ball control

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  • Everyone makes 2 groups of somewhat equal level.
  • Both stand on the line and the ball is in the middle.
  • At a whistle they sprint to the ball and dribble a few metres further.
  • Variation:
    • Sitting and looking at the ball
    • Turned around (standing up)
    • Turned sitting
  • Make 2 teams,
  • One stands 2,5 meter in front of the other.
  • The last one throws the ball 5 to 6 metres ahead.
  • Who gets to the ball first?
  • The one without the ball tries to defend and take the ball away.
  • Train with the goalie separately on a goal.
  • Set out 6 hats at different heights.
  • The goalkeeper gets a ball.
  • Throws it back to the trainer and then runs to one of the hats and back to the middle of the goal.
  • For low balls, hand towards the ball and for half high balls, the leg as well.
  • Roll the ball to different corners.
  • The goalkeeper picks up the ball as quickly as possible and throws it to the trainer.
  • It is important to be in the right position as soon as possible.
  • The trainer throws a ball in one of the corners.
  • After that this is repeated.
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  • 6 pawns in a row, one player at each pawn.
  • Player at pawns 2-4-6 has a ball.
  • 1 player with ball throws to player at pawn 1.
  • Gets ball from player at pawn 2 walk on (watch the number of steps).
  • Throws ball to player at pawn 3 etc.
  • All players move up one pawn.
drawing
  • 6 pawns in a row, one player at each pawn.
  • Player at pawns 2-4-6 has a ball.
  • 1 player with ball throws to player at pawn 1.
  • Player with ball gets ball from player at pawn 2.
  • throws ball to player at pawn 3 etc.
  • All players move one pawn.
drawing
  • You make pairs.
  • Both persons stand on the circle at the same height as the poles.
  • You run with 1 ball per pair to the other side of the circle.
  • While running to the other side you throw the ball to each other.
  • When you're on the other side you run back to the other side.
  • Variation:
    • Overhand throw.
    • Knee-down passing.
    • Passes with jump shot.
    • Sideways jump to the opposite circle.
    • Cross pass to the opposite circle.
    • Accelerated pass. (50, 60, 70, 80 %)
    • Sprint.
drawing
  • First practise starting and throwing in the goalkeeper.
  • Then cross.
  • Player A plays to player B and runs around it.
  • Gets the ball from player C.
  • Player C runs around player B and gets the ball from him.
drawing
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  • You make 2 groups.
  • 1 group has a vest.
  • The groups must have an equal number.
  • The children take turns standing in a circle. (So someone with a vest stands next to someone without vest).
  • There are 2 balls and of each group 1 person has the ball (they face each other).
  • You throw the ball as fast as possible to someone of your own group and try to catch the ball of the other group.
  • If the ball falls, pick it up as quickly as possible and continue.
  • Who will be first to catch the ball from the other team?
  • If this goes well they all take 3 steps back and we increase the distance.
drawing
  • Put a goal or put a mat in front of it and make compartments with tape or in some other way.
  • Give the divided squares points.
  • Each player may throw 3 times.
  • Keeping track of the points and adding them up
    • Player starts at the pylon in the middle.
    • Sprints to the left pylon.
    • Picks up the ball and works it towards the goal.
    • Player sprints back to the pylon in the middle.
    • Now sprints to the right pylon.
    • Picks up the ball and finishes on the goal.
    • Player sprints back to the centre pylon.
    • Sprints to the second pylon on the left.
    • Finishes with the goal.
    • Player sprints back to the centre pylon.
    • Sprints to the second pylon on the right.
    • Finishes with the goal.
  • The other players remain in their places, dribbling
  • Or they can do strength training
  • Jumping rope
  • Dribble with the ball in a square.
drawing
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  • This exercise is shown for 3 groups.
  • Each team does a different exercise.
  • This is done to show the possibilities and variations.
  • The passes are only shown on the way out.
  • Players continue with passes on the way back to their starting position. (5-10 passes are possible).
    • The 1st group plays side passes inside the pylons and turns to the outside around the pylons and then plays long passes on the way back.
    • The 2nd group plays side passes on the right side of the pylons and both turn left around the pylons and then play side passes again on the way back.
    • The 3rd group runs (dribbles) around the pylons.
  • All passes are possible, but the exercise is best for the quick, precise side pass. Also a good exercise for training acceleration.quick-sideways-pass


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