Hockey drills for ball control
- To take on and pass at speed in movement.
- A pushes to B,
- A runs along the 23 meter line and gets the ball back from B.
- A takes on the run and passes immediately to C who comes up the sideline and passes immediately to D on the back line.
- If there are only 3, C runs to the back line.
- D takes on the ball and dribbles into the circle.
- D passes to head of circle (A)
- A gives a hard pass to B for tip in.
Variations 1. start on the other touchline so that the whole width of the field is covered. 2. do the same exercise the other way 3 A shot on goal and gets another rebound ball from B
- Transfer , quick assumptions and passing
- A does Indian dribble at the pawns
- Pass to B.
- B takes open and passes immediately to C who comes up along the sideline.
- C runs on to the back line and runs via the back line in the direction of the goal.
- C passes back to A at the head of the circle.
- A scores.
Points of attention:
- Clean passing
- Quick passing and
- Correct passing in the run
- From the other side
- Instead of dribble 3 D, introduce aerial dribble or passing moves (drag, dummy).
- B takes closed take instead of open take.
- C can come up unhanded along the back line,
- C, after taking the ball, passes straight to the far-post area where A goes.
- Bring in the rebound
- From B to C a high ball.
- A passes the ball to B
- B receives the ball.
- A runs wide to the side makes eye contact with B.
- B gives a hard hit in the direction of A.
- A takes the ball in the running
- The ball lands on her backhand and she takes it in that way.
- Accelerates to the circle, lines up the ball and rounds.
- Set up on both sides.
- On the other hand, you receive the ball on your forehand and turn open to take it with you.
- B runs in towards the circle at speed
- B receives a targeted push from A for B to take him easily.
- From then onwards, the 2v1 starts.
- B and C against the defender.
- When the defender has taken the ball away he can score by driving the ball through the orange gate.
- Tips attackers
- Create speed
- Playing over the backhand side of the defender
- Make eye contact with the team-mate
- Tips for the defender
- Close the gap
- Stand between the pass line of the attackers
- Let the attacker make the mistake
- Set up the exercise on both sides.
- A starts with the ball
- B is open to receive from A
- A gives a hard angled pass to B
- B takes the ball and makes a lift action and accelerates
- B runs into the circle and gives a directed hard pass to C
- C runs in and scores with a tip-in
- A passes the ball to B
- B passes the ball back to A
- B runs wide and receives a hard pass from A
- B receives the ball open, lines it up and passes to goal
- Then he runs on towards the goal and receives a hard ball from C
- B gets the ball changed direction by a tip-in
- A starts with the ball and makes eye contact with B
- B sets the pace and indicates where he wants the ball to go and receives it from A
- He finishes his turn and makes eye contact with C
- C sets the pace and receives the ball from B
- C enters the circle and shoots at goal
Repeat the exercise on the other side
- A starts with the ball, B comes in running
- A plays a hard aimed ball at the forehand of B.
- B takes the ball with an elevator assumption over the bar.
- He runs onto the pawn and has a aimed hard flat into the deep.
- C starts running when at the elevator action gives done and starts calmly and builds her speed to
- C takes on the ball in the run and completes with a strike on goal.
- Simple give & go in 2 ways.
- Easy short finishing exercise for beginning training.
- Extendable to 2-1.
- Variant 1 - Pass sideways, vertical run with diagonal pass.
- Variant 2 - Pass sideways, diagonal run with vertical pass.
- Variation 3 - Pass sideways, diagonal run with short diagonal pass.
- Variant 4 - Setup as Variant 3 with a 2-1 in the circle.