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Competitive Summer S eason. Week of June 25 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)

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competitive summer s eason

Competitive Summer Season

Week of June 25

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)
  • 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!
  • BE specific with things you want – the more specific you are the more the players get out of it
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/

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Key
  • Coach
  • Players
  • Players w/ball
  • Cones
  • Balls
  • Pugg
  • Goal
play to half line
Play – To Half Line

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

Goal counts if all attacking players are in attacking half

Goal counts for 3 if goal is scored without all defenders being in attacking half

KEYS

Look for opportunities to get forward

Attack and defend as a team

BE MOBILE

35 yds.

25 yds.

activity 1 close and drop
Activity 1 – Close and Drop

Pairs with one ball – have everyone on the same clock

Player with ball will have it in their hands

Defending player is going to run across touch ball then play begins

Once ball is touched player drops ball and is trying to dribble past defender

Defender gets a point if they can keep the dribbler in front of them for 20 seconds

KEYS

Close ground quickly

After touching ball drop and get cushion

Defender needs to keep cushion between them and the attacker

Patience

6 yds.

8-10 yds.

activity 2 1v1 closing down
Activity 2 – 1v1 Closing Down

Two teams switch roles after a period of time

Play short rounds

Teams play in one direction

Play begins with ball being passed to teammate

Play cone goals

Set-up multiple grids so lines aren’t too deep

KEYS

Close ground hard then chop up steps and create a cushion

Get dribblers head down

Don’t get beat with first move

15 yds.

10 yds.

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Play

Two teams

Scrimmage as big as

Coach should be on field in a color that is distinct from players

Play game and keep score

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

Focus on players being connected front to back

Focus on players being connected side to side

Don’t worry about the choices on and around the ball you just need to know where the ball is

thanks

Thanks

Have fun, be detailed, be demanding!

u9 u10 week of june 25 1v1 defending
U9/U10 Week of June 25– 1v1 Defending

Play

  • 3v3 up to 5v5
  • Halfway line on field. Play to goal
  • Goal counts if all attackers are in attacking half
  • Goal counts for 3 if you can score and all defenders are not in the defending half
  • 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 – Close and Drop

  • Pairs with one ball – everyone on the same clock
  • Player with ball will have it in their hands
  • Defender runs across touch ball then play begins
  • Once ball is touched player drops ball and is trying to dribble past defender
  • Defender gets a point if they can keep the dribbler in front of them for 20 seconds
  • Close ground quickly
  • After touching ball drop and get cushion
  • Defender needs to keep cushion between them and the attacker
  • Patience

Activity 2 – 1v1 Closing Down

  • Two teams switch roles after a period of time
  • Play short rounds
  • Teams play in one direction
  • Play begins with ball being passed to teammate
  • Play cone goals
  • Set-up multiple grids so lines aren’t too deep
  • Close ground hard then chop up steps and create a cushion
  • Get dribblers head down
  • Don’t get beat with first move

Play

  • Play against other team on the other half of the field
  • Trainer should be on the field in a color that doesn’t conflict
  • Effort
  • Connected front to back
  • Connected side to side
  • - Decisions

- Ownership

- Technique

- Attacking

- Standards

- Enjoyment

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