Hockey drills for all skills

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  • Attack through the middle which starts with a 2:1
  • B is a deep man starting in the circle. A starts with the ball and wants to finish with B on goal.
  • C wants to slow the game down and close the pass lines to give D time to come to his aid.

  • Goal of attackers:
    • Pass the ball over the backhand side of the opponent
    • Pass to teammate on the forehand
    • Making eye contact with your team-mate
    • Make speed
  • Defender's goal
    • Drive your opponent towards your forehand (your backhand side must be closed)
    • Guiding your opponent
    • Slowing down the game to give D time to come and help you
    • When D has arrived, one goes on the deep man and the other effectively pressures the opponent and waits to take the ball away until the opponent makes the mistake

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  • A passes the ball with a push into the forehand of B
  • B takes the ball open and sweep it through to C
  • C takes the ball open and flicks it through to D
  • D takes the ball open, makes eye contact with E,
  • E comes running towards the ball and takes the ball in the run and turns to the right with the ball on the stick.
  • E makes eye contact with F, F comes running into the ball and gets the ball from E who gives a hard push into the forehand.
  • F takes the ball in the run it turns to the left and drives into the circle with the ball on the stick and lines the ball or and hits goal
  • G can be added later in the exercise if the exercise is going well, it then runs before the tip-in of F


drawing

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  • A starts by slaloming through the cones and does so at speed.
  • At the end he is told whether to pass the cones left or right and accelerates with the ball on the stick.
  • A lines up the ball and hits goal
  • He turns around and gets a ball from B on the forehand. He takes the ball, lines it up again and rounds
  • Turns around again and receives a ball from C which you take on, line up and finish.
  • We turn from
    • A to C
    • C to B
    • B to A


drawing
  • Keep possession of the ball with your team
  • You can score a point by playing one of your teammates in one of the squares.
  • You cannot score 2 points in the same square, you have to go to another square before you can go to another square again

drawing
  • V1 pass the ball to V2
  • A.B,C are going to run the press together and make sure that V1 and V2 cannot put the ball in the goal
  • A makes sure that the ball cannot pass through the axis and thus drives to the middle
  • B runs the ball in the right direction and starts to put pressure on V2 from the side
  • C is a bit further back so they dare to play the ball to V2 and when the ball is passed together with B he presses on the ball and makes sure it cannot go past the line
  • When they have conquered the ball, the 3 of them build up to score a goal

drawing
A game form where for switching is tested.
  • You make two teams, if you score at one goal you may take the ball right out and go score at the other side.
  • This means that both teams have to switch because they are now coming towards the other goal.

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Exercise with a build-up on the right with tip-in variation in it.

  • A wants to play a free ball and there is a lot of pressure in front.
  • The ball is therefore played back to B
  • B receives the ball in the run and makes eye contact with the incoming C who receives the ball and again makes eye contact with the deep running A.
  • A takes the ball in the open and drives with the ball on the stick at high speed towards the back line.
  • Makes eye contact with the running C and gives a 90 degree pass on the forehand.
  • C takes the ball and lines it up and finishes with a strike on goal,
  • A stands there actively to tip the ball if necessary.
  • To the stag of C, A is right there ready to tip the ball coming from D.
  • D has a hard aimed flat as if he is about to score.
  • A makes sure this ball changes direction and goes into the goal.


drawing
  • Ball possession with smaller teams.
  • Objective:
    • Looking at each other
    • Giving a pass into the forehand of the teammate
    • Giving a pass over your opponent's backhand side.

drawing

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Practicing putting down a bowl and playing in a header.
  • Ball starts on the sideline and there is no space in front so the ball must be returned!
  • How do you stand in a bowl?
    • We play in a 4 man bowl and stand as shown in the picture below.
  • What is the task of the people in the bowl?
    • The left back receives first the ball from the midfielder who takes it out because there is no space in front.
    • It is the job of the left back to have already looked beforehand at where there is space and where I can go with the ball
    • Then you have the left center man in the bowl, who takes some steps back so he can receive the ball from the left back in a safe place, and must also have looked beforehand at the state of play and where I can go with the ball when I am going to get it
    • The right center man in the bowl must have an overview of the game and makes sure she can play for the other center man or even for the left back if there is room for it.
    • The right back can go up or down a bit, he must see the play of the opponent and be able to react to it.
    • If there is high pressure, he should drop back a little to be playable by the back men in the bowl.
    • If they are applying less pressure, he can stand a bit higher to keep the field long and wide and play forward.
  • How are we going to build up forward what is the job of the midfielders?
    • The task of the midfielders is to pass from inside to outside, run towards the ball and if they do not get the ball, run away again to create space for your team-mates
  • The other team is going to put pressure on the players who are playing in the bowl and experiment with this


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