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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...

Drills

1 V 1 - Channelling

category: Defending-Skills

Hockey 1 v 1 - Channelling Defending Skills Split your group into two teams ... search our library of 1000+ hockey drills; create your own profession...

Leading - Receiving And Ball Carrying

category: Passing-Receiving

Hockey Leading - receiving and ball carrying Passing & Receiving Technical Emphasis 1) Side on position ... 3) Receive the pass in front of the body ...

1 V 1 Two Channel

category: Eliminating-a-Player

The player with the ball starts on the half way line and has to try and go through the area with the defender in and have a shot at goal. The defen...

1 Vs 1 Practice

category: Eliminating-a-Player

Split the players up into two groups for a relay type exercise which starts with one player from group 1 running with a ball to the goal on the hal...

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Sessions

Bite Size Fitness 9

Don't miss this final 30 minute fitness session - Coach it as a whole or use it as a way to bring new ideas to your pre-match routines

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Community Drills

Number two, 5v5 with one jumping back

Attacking players start on cones with one attacker playing highTop defender passes ball to attack then jumps back to defend. Attackers should have tak...

Possession in Attack

Possession in Attack:5/6 continuous passes before shooting at goal. This encourages movement and appropriate leads to create space.2 Defenders (1 reco...

Pad Work 3

Prop Slide/ Sitting slide to recover and run