Hockey drills for hitting

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Finish the training with a match shape on a half pitch

You can adjust the width of the field depending on the size of your team at the training.game-form

  • Position the pawns as shown in the figure
  • Spread the balls on pylons C and D.
  • In this exercise you place a player on the pylons C and D.
  • The rest of the team lines up at the A-post.

  • From A the player walks around the pylon
  • From the pylon, the player makes a sideways movement, facing the ball (facing C)
  • Player C plays the ball into the forehand of A
  • A takes the ball and turns to the right to open
  • A runs towards the circle and finishes on goal.
  • From here he runs to D and receives another ball.
  • The player turns open to the left and again finishes on goal.hockey-practice


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Two teams with substitutes, substitutions are made when a goal is scored.

Each person defends a goal, on each field there are 5 goals, so there are also 5 people who defend these goals.

If a goal is scored in your goal, you have to sit on the sidelines and you become a substitute. A new player (substitute) from the side enters the field and will defend the goal.

If a goal is scored, it is 1 point. The team that has the most points at the end of the game is the winner.

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Overplaying to score

Two players continuously play over the ball until one student is so close to the goal that he can score in the goal.

Variation 2-1 situation:

Under pressure from the defender, the attackers must now play together and try to score. The defender can score a point by conquering the ball and then dribbling over the dead ball line. This is the short side without a goal.

Overplaying to score

Two players continuously play over the ball until one student is so close to the goal that he can score in the goal.

Variation 2-1 situation:

Under pressure from the defender, the attackers must now play together and try to score. The defender can score a point by conquering the ball and then dribbling over the dead ball line. This is the short side without a goal.

  • A starts with the ball.
  • B runs in and gets the ball from A in the run. 
  • B runs on but meets a defender and passes the ball back to A.
  • B then accelerates wide and gets the ball back from A immediately.
  • B completes his line and walks in and around the circle with a shot for goal.
  • Expanding on two sides 
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General

  • Orange 1 starts with a pass from the sideline to one of the builders (orange 2,3).
  • Orange defends out and scores in the goal (A) on the 23 meter line.
  • When intercepting or winning a duel by blue (1,2) they score on the big goal (2 blue against 3 orange+k).
  • Orange gives direct pressure on blue when losing the ball.
  • The exercise starts again after a goal in 1 of the 2 goals, after a maximum of 2 switch moments or when the ball is out.


Tips ball possession

  • Make the field wide.
  • Take open after scanning the space (by builders).
  • Keep depth between both lines (formation 2-1;1-1-1).


Tips non ball possession

  • Make a choice between putting direct pressure on the ball owner or letting the opponent come and reducing space.
  • Force a passing or running action to the outside (sideline).
  • As a goalkeeper, coach the rear build-up player.
  • Switching tips
  • At Ball Loss:
    • Put pressure on the ball holder.
    • Play compact and reduce space.


At Ball Profit:

  • Preferably play with the ball instead of the ball.
  • Make sure there is a quick play point in the depth.


Make it easier

  • Build up with 3 players, where the trainer gives the 1st pass to 1 of the 3 Orange players
  • Make more difficult
    • Provide an evental in players: 3 Orange (with goalkeeper) against 3 Blue (3rd player of Blue starts from the goalkeeper at 23 meters line).
  • 1A person on the 23 meters, 
  • 1B on the back line. 
  • Both on the left side of the field.
  • A scoops to B and runs to head circle. 
  • B runs to circle edge and plays on A. 
  • A finishes on goal.
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  • Blue player receives the ball from the white player each time. (white player distributed)
  • Red player runs from stroke point to head circle and receives ball from blue player. 
  • Red player shoots on goal.
  • After each shot he walks back to stroke point and then receives the next ball from head circle.


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