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Overload situations Drills

Hockey overloads occur when a team has more attacking players than defending players in one area of the pitch - giving them a numerical superiority an...

Roles and Responsibilities Drills

These drills and videos outline the positions on a field hockey pitch and what is required by each player in those position. How you set your hockey t...

Drills

1 v 1 - Channelling Defending ...

Hockey 1 v 1 - Channelling Defending Skills Split your group into two teams - defenders and attackers. Players with the ball have to run around the c...

Now lets put it all together E...

The keeper takes three steps forward and assumes the ready position c. ... the World's Largest Field Hockey Coaching Resource and we're still growing...

Block Tackle - reverse Video T...

Description. - Using a reverse stick block challenge to gain possession of the ball. Coaching points. - Notice the defenders initial body position. H...

1 v 1 positional practice

For instance a Right wing (RW) on receiving the ball has to try and beat the Left Defender (LD) to try and get a short corner or score a goal. The ...

1v1 box

Try and play 1v1 from three different positions.
One player at a time rotates clockwise to the back of next group.

1v1 Break Up and Down

Split the group into 2 teams (no more then 4 / 5 on each team) put one goal on the half way line and one in the normal position on back line. Set o...

Web Videos

Sessions

Posting up and Overlapping

Get your players taking up forward positions on the pitch and overlapping to offer extra attacking options!

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