Drills

Divots!

category: Warm-up-Games

Hockey Divots! Warm-up Games Scatter some cones (divots) across the area, some the right way up, and some upside down. Split the group into two teams...

Jailbreak

category: Warm-up-Games

Hockey Jailbreak Warm-up Games One team runs clockwise round the inside of the circle with the other team running anti-clockwise around the outside o...

Pass And Receive

category: Warm-up-Games

Hockey Pass and receive Warm-up Games The blue team position themselves tactically around the area. Players with the ball make a pass to one of the s...

Farmers And Foxes

category: Warm-up-Games

Hockey Farmers and Foxes Warm-up Games The foxes (players) put bibs into the back of their shorts. The farmer (coach) runs around the area attempting...

Warm Up Circuit

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Hockey Warm Up Circuit Warm-up Games Setup: Lay out sticks on the ground about 1 metre apart. Six sticks should be laid in a continuous straight line...

Relays: Dribbling

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Hockey Relays: Dribbling Warm-up Games - Two groups - Dribble the ball onto the other players stick - Move off at pace.

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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

Receiving the ball under pressure

Conditioned games to improve your players' peripheral vision, so they can use their first touch when receiving the ball to move into space

Bite size fitness 8

Full pitch sprints and acceleration drills feature in this mini hockey-fitness session. Use this plan to add a fitness element to your training

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Community Drills

Passing in Pairs

Basic warm up to get hand eye coordination going.First touch focusPosting UpBall Speed

Defending the baseline

Warm-up drill-6v6Players are to play in a box-shaped area.Each team are to protect the goals that correspond with their team colour and to attack the ...

Warm - up

Dynamic: 1.A)NB: Warm-up determines your practice intensity.ALL players must be actively involved.Safety first.