Welcome to, here you can make your training sessions quick and easy. You can also add your own exercises, or use existing ones.
1 vs. 1
  • The trainer sets out a square and gathers all the balls and players in it.
  • The trainer gives all players a number. In this example, 1 through 6.
  • The trainer calls out two numbers each time. In this example 3 and 5.
  • The player with number 3 plays a 1 vs. 1 against the player with number 5.
  • The player who scores a goal gets a point.
  • Then the coach calls two other numbers, after which a new 1 vs. 1 is played.
  • The players keep track of how many points they have made.
  • A push the ball to B.
  • B takes the ball and push the ball back to the wide running A.
  • A takes the ball and push it through to the in-running C.
  • C takes the ball and push/flats the ball deep to D.
  • D takes the ball and and runs across the back line.
  • D gives a 90-degree pass to the run-through B.
  • B takes the ball and hits on goal.
  • Divide your team into 2 groups
  • Have them both stand at a row
  • Have them practice elevator passes over the pawns several times first
  • Float over the last pawn and push the ball to the next in line
Once they have all done it once or twice, you can make it a relay.

  • All but one player start with ball on the line.
  • They try to reach the other side of the field without losing the ball.
  • The defender -player red- tries to take the ball from the players -blue- and work it out of the box.
  • If a player loses his ball and the ball is played out of the box then he is finished.
  • He then helps the defender to take the balls off and work them out of the box.
  • The game continues until all players are finished.
  • The player last left wins the game.
Points of Attention:
  • Is the game finished, start over with another defender.
  • If the player commits a foul, he is also finished.

You can perform this slalom in 4 different ways:
  1. Normal slalom: player and ball move forward through the gates.
  2. Player keeps moving to the left of the gates and has the ball on the right side of his body.
  3. Player continues to move to the right of the gates and has the ball on the left side of his body.
  4. Player moves to the left of the first gate and ball passes on the right, player moves to the right of the second gate and ball passes on the right. The player continues to alternate this until the end of the slalom.
After the slalom, the player rounds the ball on goal and rejoins the back of the line.

Handball -one touch-.
  • Player blue begins to move in a lateral direction. So the initiative lies with this player.
  • Player red pushes the ball straight to player blue.
  • Player blue rebounds the ball sideways.
  • Player red has moved on, takes the ball and scores.
  • Having scored, you rebound and visa versa.
Points of attention:
  • Player blue must make sure he is well turned in at the time of handball.
  • Make sure you have your stick well in front of your body at the moment of handball.
  • Also pay extra attention when rounding on goal, preferably a flat.
  • The player does three passes behind the dummy and rounds on target.
  • You can also do this exercise in relay form (do emphasize the proper execution of the exercise and not the speed).
Points of attention:
  • With the dummy, it is important that you pretend to pass to the left, but eventually accelerate right around the pawn.
  • Make sure you step out well with your left foot and pass the ball well under you.
  • After your move, accelerate briefly to the next double pawn.
  • All but one player have a ball.
  • The player without ball is the defender and tries to work all the balls out of the square as quickly as possible.
  • The players with ball drift through the square and try to keep the ball there as long as possible.
  • If the player loses his ball and the defender plays the ball outside the square, the player is finished.
  • In that case, he helps the defender to work all the balls out of the square as quickly as possible.
  • The player who remains last with ball wins the game.
Points of Attention:
  • Emphasize that the players look well over the ball while drifting (head up).
  • If a foul is made by the player with ball, he is out. If the defender fouls, it is a free ball for the attacker.
  • A starts with the ball and must have 2 passing options on either side
  • If A pushes the ball to B, C must run so that B also has 2 play-off opportunities again
  • The person in the middle wants to take the ball away
  • A starts with the ball and passes it wide to B
  • B takes the ball and passes to C
  • C comes to the touchline
  • C takes the ball and plays a 1:1 with the defender
Necessary materials
  • 2 x Bal
  • 1 x Doelen
  • 7 x Pionnen
Total duration training:
60 min .