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Control Soccer Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Control Drills 2 (12-15yrs)
Control Drills 3 (15-Adlt)
Passing Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Passing Drills 2 (12-15yrs)
Passing Drills 3 (15-Adult)
Finishing Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Finishing Drills 2 (12-15yrs)
Finishing Drills 3 (15-Adlt)
Crossing Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Crossing Drills 2 (12-15yrs)
Crossing Drills 3 (15-Adlt)
Defending Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Defending Drills 2 (12-15yrs)
Defending Drills 3 (15-Adlt)
Heading Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Heading Level 2 (12-15yrs)
Heading Level 3 (15-Adlt)
Dribbling Drills (9-11yrs)
Dribbling Drills (15-Adlt)
Dribbling Drills (12-15yrs)
Feints and Moves
Moves Drills (9-11yrs)
Moves Drills (12-15yrs)
Moves Drills 3 (15-Adlt)
Keeping Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Keeping Drills 2 (12-15yrs)
Keeping Drills 3 (15-Adlt)
Functional Training
Defending Functional Drills
Attacking Functional Drills
Phases of Play
Attacking Phases of Play
Defending Phases of Play
Small Sided Games (SSGs)
Attacking SSG's
Defending SSG's
Formation Training
Attacking 11vs11
Defending 11vs11
Fitness & Conditioning
Aerobic Training
Aerobic Fitness SSG's
Aerobic Fitness Drills
Aerobic Fitness Science
An-Aerobic Training
Strength Training
Circuit Training
SAQ (Speed, Agility, Quickness)
Plyometric Drills
Agility Drills
Pre-Game Warm ups
Practice Warm ups
Match Management
Systems of Play
Tactics & Line-Ups
Tactics News & Analysis

Session Objective(s)
  • To develop understanding of the Attacking Principles of Play.
  • To develop an understanding of Penetration, Support, Width, Mobility, Improvisation/Creativity in relation to the attacking phase.

  1. Penetration - The ability to play through or behind the opposition. Exploit space with good on and off the ball movement.
  2. Support - teammates should be available in supporting positions ahead, to the side and behind the ball (first attacker or player in possession). This requires good dispersal when in possession to spread the field. Angles, distance and timing of passes becomes important.
  3. Width - The ability to stretch our opponents laterally across the field and also provide opportunity for penetration via wide areas. Correct positioning also gives opportunities to switch the play to exploit the weak side.
  4. Mobility - The ability to interchange positions and provide good movement to support the play. Movement on and off the ball to create space for the first attacker or other players.
  5. Improvisation/Creativity - The ability to provide inventive and unpredictable play, either through individual skills or small group combinations. For example: 1vs1's, 1-2's, overlaps, feint movements, etc.
  6. Transition - should be discussed and the strategy and tactics of a team to impliment the above within their style of play and also system of play.

Diagram 1 - Penetration

Diagram 2 - Support

Diagram 3 - Width

Diagram 4 - Mobility

Diagram 5 - Improvisation/Creativity

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