This session is designed to help you survive when all your players turn up to training and you need some large group games to get everyone working!
So that all players are involved, even if you're coaching groups larger than 30 players, we've got a selection of high intensity games which will improve how your players work through the 4 phases of play.
The 4 phases of play:
|1. On the ball||2. Losing the ball|
|3. Lost the ball||4. Winning back the ball|
What's in the session?
This session has three large group games to be played on both half and full pitch, as well as a simple team warm up and cool down. Depending on numbers you can modify these games to suit your requirements.
During the session it's useful for coach to have some spare balls to keep the games flowing. It is also the type of session you may need to repeat 3-4 times before you start to reap the benefits properly, as players improve how they check over their shoulders and improve their spatial awareness.
Keep your players sharp and recap their passing, turning and ball control with this multi-skills session - finishing with two fun conditioned games
To coach and develop players understanding of how to attack and create goal scoring opportunities quickly. Provide technical detail around combinations and finishing to increase success rate.
Introduce goalkeepers to recovery lines and efficiency of movement across the goals. Check the GK is moving into line with the ball when making the save.
Make the most of the space on the field by getting your players into the mind-set of switching the play, rather than trying to hammer down the same congested channel each time.
"It is not only useful for staff who are experienced but a valuable tool for those subject staff who have to take teams."
The variety of sessions across sports - sometimes we steal session ideas from one sport and use them with another.
As we enter the business end of the competition, we take a look at the remaining eight teams and the key talking points surrounding each side.
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