SOCCER UNIT Physical Education Unit 1 Fall Semester
TABLE OF CONTENTS • Offense • Dribbling • Passing • Shooting • Defense • Roles and Responsibilities • Nutrition for the game • Highlights
OFFENSE!!! • Four options for when you have the ball offensively (1) Score (2) Penetrate (3) Possess (4) Relieve Pressure (Clear)
SCORE!!!!!! • IF YOU HAVE THE SHOT TAKE IT • DAVID BECKHAM HALF FIELD GOAL!!!!!
Penetrate • The ability to get behind opponents • Dribble • Pass • Shoot • This action should not be forced
Possession • Possession • Possession with purpose • Unbalancing the defense • Recognizing times to penetrate
Relieve Pressure • If there is no other option then kick the ball as hard and as far as you can away from pressure.
Dribbling • Basic ideas for dribbling • When/How to dribble • Basic Moves • Advanced Moves
Basic Ideas of Dribbling • Keep the ball in between your feet • Keep your head up and head on a swivel • Short quick touches when in small/crowded space • Long touches when in open space or on a break away
Basic Dribbling • Basic Dribbling
How/When to dribble • Dribble with speed • To unbalance a defense • To penetrate a defensive line • To create space • Dribble with patience • When under pressure • To allow teammates to recover to the ball • To unbalance defensive shape
Advanced Dribbling • Dribbling with speed • Dribble with outside of feet • Keep ball on opposite side of defender • Accelerate after each touch • Dribbling with space • Head up • Strike ball with outside of your feet • Strike ball in stride • Dribbling under pressure • Short quick touches • Keep ball close to body • Sharp cuts and stops are very effective Dribbling With Speed
DRIBBLING • For your Enjoyment Here's how you dribble
Passing • How to pass • Passing over distance • Different types of passing/When to pass with what type
How to pass • Think of your foot like a putter • Use the inside of your foot • Lock from knee to ankle • Head over ball • Follow through to your target
Passing over Distance • Use laces/instep • Lean back head up • Bring knee up quickly up and across you body • Follow through where you want the ball to go
Types of passes/when you use them • Short passes—short distance used for possession • Long passes—long distance used for changing side of field, switching the point of attack • Driven passes—ball stays knee high and is fast and hard used for crossing balls usually into the 18-yard box • Floating passes—ball floats in the air, a chipped ball used for corner kicks and thru balls
Shooting • How to shoot • Different types of shots
Shooting • Ankle Locked • Toe down/strike with your laces • Knee and head over the ball • Follow through by landing on same foot you shot with.
Different Shots • Straight shot—shoot with laces, ankle locked, follow through to target • Curving shot—shoot with instep, putter ankle, follow through across your body • Dipping shot—strike under the ball, follow through knee to chest • Great Shots
Defensive Roles and Responsibilities • 1st Defender • Pressure • Deny Penetration / Make Play Predictable • Angle of Approach • Speed of Approach
Defensive Roles and Responsibilities • 2nd Defender • Cover – Provide defensive help for the pressuring (1st Defender) Player • Position is based upon: • 1st Defender Positioning • 2nd Attacker Positioning • Location on the field (Off/Mid/Def Third)
Defensive Roles and Responsibilities • 3rd Defender • Balance – Ability to restrict space in center of field and track down players making runs toward the goal • Positioning based upon: • Position of ball • Players’ movements and positioning on either side of the ball • Defensive posture of a team
Some great Defense • GET STUCK!
Nutrition for the Game • Carbs • Fluids • Pre-game • Post-game • Athletes should aim to make 60-65% of their diet carbohydrate, with an emphasis on fresh fruit and whole grains such as brown rice and pasta, wholemeal bread, potatoes and high fibre cereals. About 20-25% of total calories should be in the form of fat.(www.sport-fitness-advisor.com)
Carbs • All energy, whether it's to play sport or carry out any other activity, comes from three classes of food called macronutrients. • Carbs are the most important type of fuel to an athlete. • The average person has about 2000 calories of stored carbohydrate. • complex carbohydrates. Examples include bread, potatoes, rice and pasta. (best before and after a match) www.sport-fitness-advisor.com
Fluids • Athletes can lose between 2-3 litres of sweat during 90 minutes of intense exercise, particularly in hot and humid conditions. • Ideally to counteract dehydration, athletes should consume 200-400 ml (7-14 oz) of cold water or a suitable carbohydrate solution 5 to 10 minutes prior to the start of their event. During the any intervals, they should try to drink another 300-500 ml (10-17oz) of a sports drink. • Within two hours after the event you should aim to consume 100-200 grams of carbohydrate. Muscles are depleted of carbohydrate stores, which need to be replenished as quickly as possible. www.sport-fitness-advisor.com
Pre-game • Eating a high Carb meal such as pasta (no sauce) with egg whites three hours before a game will give adequate energy storage. • Fluids should be consumed all day before a match, mostly water, stay away from sports drinks with sugars. • Energy bar twenty minutes before a game will give you optimal energy until carbs are needed.
Work Cited • Youtube.com • Sports-fitness-advisor.com • Google.com/images • Microsoft.com