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Hockey drills for

  • A starts with the ball and passes the ball to B.
  • B passes the ball back to A.
  • A takes the ball open and plays the ball to C.
  • B runs through and gets the ball wide from C.
  • From then on it is a 3 against 2: B, C, D against the 2 defenders.
    • When the defenders intercept the ball they score at the goalmouth on the side

drawing Build up attack 3:2
Focus areas:
  • Maintaining speed in the game.
  • Taking selfpass at pace, creating space.
  • Overtime situation finishing on goal.
Taking the ball out at the orange pawns. 
Alternate left and right.
drawing Selfpass plus overtal situation
Defense is blue ---> set up left and set up right. 
Alternately set up attack right and left.

  • 2 defenders in blue. These slide along to the left and right according to where the attack takes place:

    • Situation A attack over left.
    • Situation B attack over right.
drawing 3 vs. 2 attack selfpass and overtal situation
  1. Choose 1 warm-up exercise from the warm-up exercises.
  2. Charging and Indian dribble:
    1. A pushes the ball to B and B rebounds the ball wide.
    2. A runs through to the one who can and receives the ball.
    3. A runs the Indian dribble towards the pawn. Fetch the ball from left to right.
    4. After the pawn drift back to the starting pawn.
  3. Passing over the backhand side:
    1. The player runs towards the pawns. You can stand there as a defender.
    2. The player threatens to pass on the left side but then moves to the right. Have them use a Dummy or a Reverse.
    3. Finish with a flats on goal
drawing Training
  • Party with the focus on outside attacks.
  • Defending between the opponent and the goal.
  • Defending to the outside.
drawing Party with 2 goals
  • Half field lengthwise.
  • 1 goalkeeper in the circle.
  • Change sides halfway through.
drawing Party with focus on breadth
  • The balls start at player at 1.
  • The player at 1 passes to the player at 2.
  • The player at 2 takes the ball and at that point the four player around 2 may start putting pressure on that player.
  • The player at 2 must manage to find his way and attempt a pass to someone on his team; orange.
  • Can player 2 give the pass, then orange attacks in a 4vs4, can white take the ball away, then white attacks in a 4vs4.

drawing U14 team training: creating overload
  • A passes the ball back to B.
  • Then the 2:1 starts.
  • A and B want to score on the big goal.
  • The defender wants to make sure that the pass line is closed in order to conquer the ball.
  • The ball back is left open, of course, which is always allowed.
drawing 2:1 pass line closed by defender
Divide the group into 2 groups

  • One group starts in the box and so start to put pressure on the players already in the field.
  • The players who are already in the field want to move the ball through the bowl and score in the goals on the sides.
  • The players in the box may not leave the box until the ball has been thrown to one of the defenders.
drawing Practicing with the bowl
  • A starts with the ball and passes the ball to B.
  • B takes the ball and passes it to C.
  • C takes the ball and passes it wide to the run-through A.
  • A receives the ball and then a 3:2 starts against the defenders who started in the circle and who may step out when C has taken the ball.
  • Attackers score on the big goal.
  • Defenders score in the little goal near the sideline.
drawing Attack over left and right
  • A starts with the ball and runs up a bit.
  • B starts running at the same time and A gives a pass into B's run.
  • When A has given the pass then the tackle back runner may start running.
  • A and B want to score on the goal together.
  • The defenders want to defend the ball out to the outside.
drawing 2:1 to 2:2 with tackle back runner
  • A starts with the ball and passes the ball to B.
  • B takes the ball and passes it to C.
  • C takes the ball and passes it in depth to the run-through A.
  • A takes the ball and from here begins a 3:2.
  • Remember the scoring positions in the circle and look at each other.
  • For the defenders, communication with each other is important how they are going to stand. So you want to hear them communicate with each other.
drawing Scoring positions