• This Sharp Shooting practice is set up as shown, ideally inside the 18 yard box with a 30 x 18 yard area. We start with 6 feeder players on the outside, with a goal with GK and 2 v 2 in possession.
  • Depending on numbers this practice should be at least a 20x20 big box and 8x8 small box. With older age groups and more numbers could extend to a 25 x 25 yard area. Split groups in half, with players on the outside on the ball and other half of players on the inside.
  • This practice is set up in an area 30 Yards long x 20 wide, with at least 2 players positioned on each corner and 2 players in an 8 x 8 square, each facing the opposite direction as shown.
  • Here players are set up in 2 separate grids 15 x 15 yards, in a 2 v 2 possession with 4 floaters on the outside. Players must simply keep possession through combining with outside players who start practice on 1 touch
  • This simple 2 v 2 defending practice, is focused on developing a clear understanding of defensive responsibilities and the creation of a coherent paired understanding between defenders.
  • This animated football practice shows how players can use a technical passing sequence to attack in central areas and develop creative combinations that can be taken into opposed game based practices.
  • In this Counter Attacking Session, we have 4 players breaking defensive lines in a Technical, Semi-Opposed and Opposed 3 Part Session.
  • This Technical Passing practice is aimed at improving players short passing, control and movement off the ball, in addition to quick thinking when adjusting play.
  • This defending practice develops player's ability to defend as a group against through balls, by covering passing lines and reacting to ball movement.
  • This animation illustrates how Real Madrid scored their first goal on the counter attack against Juventus in the 2016-17 Champions League Final. In addition to this Match Analysis piece, we have combined 3 practices
  • This defending practice focuses on defending in central areas and is broken down into 3 parts. The central zones contains players in a 2 v 1 defending situation, with 2 channels either side for 1 v 1s to be developed.
  • In this Defending outnumbered practice, we focus on defensive decision making in defending the goal in 3 v 2 situations.
  • In this Counter Attacking Session, we have 4 players breaking defensive lines in a Technical, Semi-Opposed and Opposed 3 Part Session.
  • This animation shows how players can use a Technical Passing practice to warm up, focusing on their physical and mental preparation for sessions.