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Competitive Summer S eason. Week of June 3 U9/U10 – 1v1 Defending. When you get there. Session will be Play (until you have 8 players) – 11+ Warm-up (8 minutes) – Work ( 35 minutes) – Play ( 8 minutes ) Take attendance

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Competitive summer s eason

Competitive Summer Season

Week of June 3

U9/U10 – 1v1 Defending


When you get there

When you get there

  • Session will be Play (until you have 8 players) – 11+ Warm-up (8 minutes) – Work (35 minutes) – Play (8 minutes)

  • Take attendance

  • Play - Once you have enough to play to groups of 3v3 you should get two games going

  • 11+ should only take about 8 minutes – on the shoulder contact it should be as if players are giving each other high five with their shoulders then landing both feet and soft meaning that knees should give as players hit the ground to absorb impact

  • Having trouble with particular players use names to address them

  • Demo what you want!


11 http f marc com 11plus

11+ - http://f-marc.com/11plus/

To see the 11+ in action go to:

http://f-marc.com/11plus/exercises/


Competitive summer s eason

Key

  • Coach

  • Players

  • Players w/ball

  • Cones

  • Balls

  • Pugg

  • Goal


Play most to score

Play – Most to Score

Split the players into two teams

Play 3v3 to start and play no larger then 4v4

Have a pile of balls near each end line when you run out of balls go collect

Score on goal

Team that has the most players score wins

KEYS

Look for opportunities to get forward

Look for opportunities to get into the attack

Players should adjust team to put non-scorers in advanced positions

Attack and defend as a team

BE MOBILE

35 yds.

25 yds.


Activity 1 mirror and escape

Activity 1 – Mirror and Escape

Pair players up

Play begins when defender cone that would make them close to touch tight

Start without ball and then add a ball

Defender just has to beat the attacker to the line when no ball

Once ball is introduced defender can’t let attacker dribble over line but can’t tackle – defending counts as getting in the way – can the force the attacker to go backwards and side to side

Bad touch can take the ball

KEYS

Anticipation

Read body language not fakes when core goes you go

Footwork

Drop step

Drop step and run

PATIENCE


Activity 2 1v1 to cones

Activity 2 – 1v1 to cones

Pair players up

Play 1v1 to cone

NO TACKLING

Play begins with pass from teammate

After a brief round switch who is playing who

Move winners up and losers down – Ladder game

KEYS

Move your feet – use footwork taught in last activity

NO stabbing, swinging widely, or selling out

Body position - side on and athletic


Activity 3 1v1 to goal

Activity 3 – 1v1 to Goal

Two teams – one attacks big goal one attacks cones

GKs in each goal

Game begins with team attacking big goal passing to attacker

As ball travels defender gets on the field to close ground

KEYS

Effort is number 1 priority if effort is not sufficient pull player out and have them watch until the are ready to give effort

CLOSE ground quickly to get pressure on the ball

DON’T Sell out quick but smart


Activity 4 play connected front to back

Activity 4 - Play – Connected front to back

You will notice that backs are hesitant to be connected with their group and will hang back in their own half

Easy visual for players is if ball is in the box of the goal they are attacking they need to be at least at the half way line

KEYS

Engagement

Do players know where the ball is

Is GK connected – they are part of being connected and especially at U9 if connected help eliminate some of the counters if they are acting like a sweeper/keeper


Play connected side to side

Play – Connected Side to Side

You will notice backs or wide mids may stay really spread out side to side no matter if the team is attacking or defending

The best is if we can get the whole team to shrink around the ball when they are defending and Expand when they are attacking

KEYS

Engagement

Do players know where the ball is

Start with groups of players then try to get the whole team on the same page

For example get the backs to be connected side to side and really squeeze to the side of the ball

Get the mids/Forwards to squeeze to the side of the ball

Frequently in this age group the pair of two tend to get spread out to wide side to side


Thanks

Thanks

Have fun, be detailed, be demanding!


U9 u10 week of june 3 1v1

U9/U10 Week of June 3 – 1v1

Play

  • 3v3 up to 5v5

  • Halfway line on field. Play to goal

  • Team that has the most players on their team score wins

  • Mentality

  • Relate to theme of the day

11+

  • Once you have 8 players begin formal WU

  • This should take about 8 mins

  • Not a race

  • Focus on proper movement

Activity 1 – Mirror and Escape

  • Pair players up; Play begins when defender cone that would make them close to touch tight

  • Start without ball and then add a ball

  • Defender just has to beat the attacker to the line when no ball

  • Once ball is introduced defender can’t let attacker dribble over line but can’t tackle – defending counts as getting in the way – can the force the attacker to go backwards and side to side

  • Bad touch take the ball and attack other line

  • Anticipation

  • Read body language not fakes when core goes you go

  • Footwork

    • Drop step

    • Drop step and run

  • PATIENCE

Activity 2 – 1v1 to Cones

  • Pair players up groups of 4; Play 1v1 to cone; with two resting

  • NO TACKLING

  • Play begins with pass from teammate

  • After a brief round switch who is playing who; winners up and losers down

  • Move your feet

  • NO stabbing, swinging widely, or selling out

  • Body position - side on and athletic

Activity 3– 1v1 to Goal

  • Two teams – one attacks big goal one attacks cones

  • GKs in each goal

  • Game begins with team attacking big goal passing to attacker

  • As ball travels defender gets on the field to close ground

  • Effort is number 1 priority

  • CLOSE ground quickly to get pressure on the ball

  • DON’T Sell out quick but smart

  • Play against other team on the other half of the field

  • Trainer should be on the field in a color that doesn’t conflict

Play - Scrimmage

  • Effort

  • Connected front to back

  • Connected side to side

  • - Decisions

    - Ownership

- Technique

- Attacking

- Standards

- Enjoyment

The Woodbury Way


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