Hockey drills for pass around player
- Practicing different techniques. (Also useful to observe how things are going during the 1st training).
- All players line up on the baseline (or another line) and do a certain
- and do a certain exercise until the 23m line (or another line).
- This can be only floating, or floating + at whistle a drag or lift, etc.
- Important is that it is not about the fastest, but the best!
- You can make it easier or more difficult by making a difference in the exercise.
- The goal of this exercise is to learn to look ahead when floating. In addition, you train your ability to react.
- The players line up on, for example, the back line.
- The trainer stands 10-15 metres away from the players.
- At an agreed signal, the players start drifting towards an imaginary line at your height.
- But in the meantime, they have to look in front of them, because you raise a certain number of fingers and the players have to say that number.
- To make this exercise more difficult, you can ask the players to make a passing move on an agreed signal, or you can make the distance bigger, or the players have to walk instead of saying the number, to a point which corresponds with the number.
2 attackers and 1 defender.
- Attacker plays the ball to the other attacker
- The defender puts pressure
- The attackers try to score
- If they succeed, the game starts again.
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.
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.
- A is the striker and wants to shoot at goal
- B wants to defend the attacker and push to the other box with a jab.
- Tips defender:
- Stand so that the attacker can only go to one side.
- Put pressure in an effective way
- If they are in the other box, put a double with two
- Can intercept more often to keep the pace of the game at a high level
- A starts with the ball and runs up
- Encounters an opponent.
- B runs into the deep and gets a ball of A in the run
- C runs in and gets the ball from B in the run
- C takes the ball and runs towards the circle
- a player encounters an opponent there and passes the ball wide to the run-through A
- A walks in the direction of the circle and makes a choice or makes an action themselves
- Passes the pawns on the left and finishes on goal
- Or they choose to give the ball wide to the right to the run-through C
- Then C shoots at goal
- Technique exercise
- Learning the chop (if we don't have a water field we do another passing movement)
- You walk towards the bar
- Step over it yourself and tap the ball with your stick
- Because of this it goes in the air and therefore over the tray
- Then through the slalom and round off on goal
- Do the exercise several times
- A starts with the ball
- B runs towards the ball and gets a targeted pass from A on the forehand
- B picks up the ball in the run and just takes his turn over the backhand side
- Accelerate towards the circle and finish with the backhand or forehand
- do exercise 2 times