IMPROVE FINAL THIRD COMBINATIONS | OPPOSED (07-P1)

IMPROVE FINAL THIRD COMBINATIONS | OPPOSED (07-P1)

IMPROVE FINAL THIRD COMBINATIONS | OPPOSED (07-P1)

Set Up/Organisation

This attacking combination football practice can be used to develop combination play in final third to finish attacks. The practice area is a 30 x 30 on the outside with 20 x 20 inside area. 2 players must combine to beat single defender to score in mini goal. If defender wins possession, players must run ball over line to score.

  • Attacking Emphasis 65% 65%
  • Defending Emphasis 35% 35%

Age Group

Number of Players

Minutes

Key Coaching Points
  1. How can you predict defenders movements?
  2. How are defenders reacting to the practice? What should you do as a result?
  3. What must you do to get shot off quickly in attacking half?
Player Focus

 

  • Angles and Distances | Recognition of Space | Quick Passing | Movement to Lose Players | Double Movement | Final Pass | Execute Finish

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Play At Home | Individual Finishing Drill (40-P7)

Play At Home | Individual Finishing Drill (40-P7)

Play At Home | Individual Finishing Drill (40-P7)

This is Play at Home Practice 7 and is a soccer drill that is focused on developing power and finishing technique.

  • Attacking Emphasis 100% 100%
  • Defending Emphasis 0% 0%

Age Group

Number of Players

Minutes

Focus on developing power and strength with jumps over hurdles, before movement and first touch that prepares players to finish into corner of goal. The objective is to maintain technique in the physical jumping phase and in the movement to receive and finishing technique. 

 

Key Coaching Points

Physical: Power over hurdles
Physical: Sharp movement to receive first touch
Technique: Finishing low into corners

Q&A

– How can I move quickly to receive the ball where I want it?
– How do I play on different sides with my weaker and stronger foot? How can I improve?

Play At Home | Movement To Finish (40-P5)

Play At Home | Movement To Finish (40-P5)

Play At Home | Movement To Finish (40-P5)

Practice 5 of the play at home series, works on individual player’s movement to lose what would be opposition to receive, move the ball and finish quickly. In addition we include finishing and movement practices to enable players to combine these different elements.

  • Attacking Emphasis 100% 100%
  • Defending Emphasis 0% 0%

Age Group

Number of Players

Minutes

Key Coaching Points 1: Movement to receive

Focus on movement off the angle of the pole, check shoulders to develop the habit to check for defenders who will you press you in games and take ball out of your feet on 1 touch to attack space and finish.

Progression 1: Physical Focus (Power / Speed)

After shot, player must sprint to corner and jump hurdles two footed to develop power, before sprinting through ladders using quick feet and then sprint through to the end pole. 

Link to the Game

For older players, think about how these skills can link to their game in whatever position players play in. It’s important that skills are transferrable to the game where they can be applied in a game situaton. 

Key Coaching Points

– Technical: First touch and finishing
– Physical: Body shape to play forward
– Physical: Speed and balance in between stations

Q&A

– How can I move into position quickly to give myself time on the ball?
– How can I maintain technique over hurdles and ladders and maintain speed?

Play At Home | Individual (40-P4)

Play At Home | Individual (40-P4)

Play At Home | Individual (40-P4)

Football Practice 4 of our ‘Play at Home’ Series combines working on your touch, movement off the ball to open your body and check shoulders, running with the ball and quick feet in ladders.

  • Attacking Emphasis 100% 100%
  • Defending Emphasis 0% 0%

Age Group

Number of Players

Minutes

Key Coaching Points 1

Focus on your first touch and movement off the angle of poles to receive on your back foot to be able to drive into space. It is crucial you get into the habit of checking shoulders as you will in a game situation, to ensure you have space to drive into and can see pressing defenders.  

Progression 1: Speed Challenge

Now we can begin to introduce your speed of movement whilst maintaining technique in each step. Give yourself a score for each correctly performed technique together with the time it takes you to complete the course. 

Key Coaching Points

Technical: Short side foot passing
Technical: Movement to take first touch forward
Physical: Quick feet and speed between poles

Q&A

– How can you ensure your movement allows you to take the first touch in front?
– How can you vary sprints between ladders and poles?
– How else can you take the ball to break into space?

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