soccer drills for Passing
- Ordinary rules of the game (match alike)
- Check that what has been learnt is understood and applied in a game
- Scoring in the small goal must be done with the foot. = 1 point
- Scoring in the big goal with the head = 2 points
- Has the objective been achieved?
- To see the relationship between the solutions/possibilities offered in the previous exercise forms and the party form (competition)
- Upper exercise:
- No. 2/5 has the ball.
- One of these two starts with the ball and plays in number 6.
- Number 6 bounces the ball back to number 2, number 10 in the meantime, together with number 7, make their move.
- Number two plays in number 10.
- Number 10 plays the ball deep on number 2.
- Number 2 takes the ball at the foot.
- Number 7 and 9 position themselves in front of the goal while number 2 brings the ball forward.
- Bottom exercise:
- Number 6 and 8 take turns playing the ball to number 10.
- Number 8, for example, plays to number 10.
- Number 10 bounces the ball to number 6.
- Number 6 plays the ball closely in front of number 2.
- Number 2 bounces the ball to number 7, which has entered for action as soon as number two starts running.
- Number plays the ball and the depth for number two.
- Number 7, 9, 11 make their run action towards the goal.
- Number 10 stands on the 16-metre line in front of the falling ball.
- Number 6 8 and 10 switch positions. The player inserting the ball lands on the position of the player playing the ball deep for No. 2 or No. 5.
- The player playing the ball deep substitutes number 10.
- No. 10 stands behind one of the two with the least number of people.
- Numbers 7 and 2 alternate positions.
- Numbers 5 and 11 alternate positions.
- Defence to attack in a 1-4-4-2.
- The running forms of the attack and defence are important here.
- Form two of the two where the focus is on the outfielder 7/8 creates space for the 2/5 .
- Here the six of the bb game is used to give the through ball.
- The exercise can be done without or with resistance.
- In the case of the ball owning party it is important that they do not play the ball directly on the 7/8 but first move the ball for some time between 3->4 4->5, where five gets up high as soon as the ball goes from two to three.
- When five receives the ball do not play directly to the eight but first back to the four.
- From four to three and from three to two.
- Allow the defence to pass the right running lines at the right time before they play the ball to the 7/8.
- As soon as the ball goes from the two to the seven, pay attention to the correct running lines of the seven.
- Creating space for the two is done by letting the seven get into the ball and bouncing the ball to the six.
- After bouncing from the two to the seven the two has to make a run in the deep.
- The seven bounces the ball onto the six that comes under the ball.
- The six then plays the ball deep on the two with the nine running to the first post, the eleven behind the nine and the eight around the second post in an oblique line behind the eleven and nine.
- Ten comes on the sixteen-metre line and the seven diagonally behind the two.
- The defenders (formation 1-2-2) try to prevent the attackers from scoring, by making the space as small as possible and conquering or blocking the ball at all costs.
- The defenders help each other by keeping the distance between them as small as possible.
- The attackers (formation 4-2) try to make the field as large as possible in order to score a goal
- After conquering the ball, the defenders can try to score in a small goal
- The attackers can score in a big goal with a goalkeeper
- When the ball goes out of the field, it is kicked back in where it went out.
This exercise can be used for each category in the warm-up.
- Both players A lead the ball to the middle pawn where they perform a cutting move and then play the ball to the next player.
- After the pass, the player walks diagonally to player B who throws in the ball on which player A heads the ball in.
- The heading player then takes the ball and stands behind goal,
- The other player joins the group that has to perform the movement
In King Football, the players learn to pass well.
- 2 teams
- Per team 1 King
- 1 ball per team. (variation 1 ball if a game is played)
- The teams move in the field in a square.
- The intention is that the ball is played over 3 times within your own team and then shot to the King.
- When the King takes it, there is a point for that team.
- First, they practise within the team and then they play against each other.
- When the ball is taken away, it has to be counted again.
Set up 2 x 2 pawns per group of 2 players. Every 2 players get 1 ball.
The ball is thrown up by one player and kicked back by the other. The following variants must be practised.
- Head the ball back into the hands of the player.
- Head the ball over the player.
- Head the ball through the ground towards the player.
- Make sure you head from your neck and don't just let the ball bounce on your head.
- Always tighten your arm muscles and move your head towards the ball.
- Positional defending needs to be very good
- Forcing opponent to play wide
- Take away ball
- Keep seeing the ball
- Without fouls preventing the scoring of the opponent
- Keeping an overview, seeing more than just direct opponent (covering your back)
- Working together (creating small spaces) to hold up the other party
- Start dribbling immediately
- Act fast, try to pass directly
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