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Control Soccer Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Control Drills 2 (12-15yrs)
Control Drills 3 (15-Adlt)
Passing
Passing Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Passing Drills 2 (12-15yrs)
Passing Drills 3 (15-Adult)
Finishing
Finishing Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Finishing Drills 2 (12-15yrs)
Finishing Drills 3 (15-Adlt)
Crossing
Crossing Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Crossing Drills 2 (12-15yrs)
Crossing Drills 3 (15-Adlt)
Defending
Defending Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Defending Drills 2 (12-15yrs)
Defending Drills 3 (15-Adlt)
Heading
Heading Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Heading Level 2 (12-15yrs)
Heading Level 3 (15-Adlt)
Dribbling
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)
GoalKeeping
Keeping Drills 1 (9-11yrs)
Keeping Drills 2 (12-15yrs)
Keeping Drills 3 (15-Adlt)
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Small Sided Games (SSGS)

Back 4 + Midfield Rondo (7vs3)

Forward passing and basic tactical positioning to maintain possession prior to playing into advanced positions.

22-01-2018 Possession SSG's Darren Pitfield - avatar Darren Pitfield

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Cone Runners (Recovery Runs)

Defending priorities in and around the 18yrd area. Focusing on preventing goal scoring opportunities and small group defending techniques.

07-11-2009 Aerobic SSG's Darren Pitfield - avatar Darren Pitfield

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Super 8's with Offside

Small sided game that focuses on the usage of the offside line to create opportunities to catch attacking teams offside and conversely for the attacking team to penetrate a high...

16-12-2008 Compact Defending Games Darren Pitfield - avatar Darren Pitfield

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Finishing from Distance

Attacking small sided game with objectives of creating and developing shooting and finishing opportunities from around the edge of the 18 yard area primarily. Shooting drill that introduces all some...

14-12-2008 Finishing SSG's Darren Pitfield - avatar Darren Pitfield

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4 Team Transition

Attacking small sided game with an emphasis on the attacking team breaking quickly against the scoring team. The attacking team is required to quickly transition and attempt to defend the...

12-12-2008 Attacking Transition SSG's Darren Pitfield - avatar Darren Pitfield

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Chip to a Zone

Defending and the ability to prevent forward ball movement. Also technical development of the ability to play aerial passes into targets. Developing defending principles and providing immediate pressure on the ball...

12-12-2008 Aerial Passing SSG's Darren Pitfield - avatar Darren Pitfield

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Soccer Small Sided Games

Soccer small sided games can be played in a variety of formats. Most commonly; 50x70yds, 60x40yrds, 40x20yrds directional. Thirds of the field should be marked out to aid coaching references. One team is coached on a particular topic related to understanding one to many principles of play (i.e. delay in defense, balance in defense, etc). Examples of a session topic would be; Coach a team on forward passing, Coach a team to Press and Pressure the ball, etc). Start positions can be used to create specific game situations with the other standard FIFA game rules.

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