A. Player 1 passes the ball to player 2.
B. Player 1 then follows his/her own pass.
C. Player 2 passes the ball back to player 1 for a wall pass back in the space
D. Player 2 runs onto the ball and has a shot at goal.
Passing & Receiving
- 5 yard square
- 3 forwards and 2 defenders
- Forwards must stay on the outside of the square
- Defenders cannot leave the square or tackle the player in possession
- Forwards around the square can move around
- If a defender intercepts the ball, they should swap with the forward who made the pass
Passing & Receiving
Teams of 3 - 4 players. Each team numbers themselves 1-2-3-4 and has one ball. The ball should be passed around the team in numerical order whilst moving around the set area. When the player has passed the ball, he/she can try and intercept the ball from one of the other teams (no tackling). First team to pass the ball 12 times is the winner.
Set out grids 5 by 5 m. For the practice 1 player on each corner with 1 ball between 4. Player passes ball clock wise and after pass moves to touch the cone in the middle of the square and back out again.
Create 2 end zones either side of a line. 2 players are in each end zone and 2 defenders on the line. The players in the end zones can pass the ball to each other laterally but the aim is to try and pass the ball from one end zone to the other, without the ball being intercepted by the defenders who can only defend on the line. See how many passes the teams can score against the defenders. When the defenders have intercepted the ball 3 times the players who played the last pass change over and become the defenders.
5 vs 3 down the right hand side Effectively trying to get the ball out of the back through the right half when the transfer has been blocked Goal is to get the ball over the half way line
The team with the ball must try and keep possession of the ball. Only 2 players from each team are allowed to be inside the area. 1 player can move anywhere on the outside of the area. To involve this player, the players inside the area have to pass the ball to the outside player. On doing so, the outside player can come into the area and the player that passed the ball becomes the new outside player.
Split your players up into 3 equal teams of 3 or 2. 2 teams combine (Blue and Yellow in this case) to keep possession while the red work hard to make the interception. When the defending team win the ball/make the interception the team that lost the ball must now defend and the team that was defending (red) now combine with the other team to keep possession in a 6v3 game.
"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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