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Organization Have all the necessary equipment needed Set up practice area ahead of time Have a ball for every player Have a definite practice plan Get volunteer helpers Reduce the player – coach ratio Avoid the whole group thing Work in small groups where everyone is busy

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organization
Organization
  • Have all the necessary equipment needed
  • Set up practice area ahead of time
  • Have a ball for every player
  • Have a definite practice plan
  • Get volunteer helpers
  • Reduce the player – coach ratio
  • Avoid the whole group thing
  • Work in small groups where everyone is busy
less talk more activity
Less talk, more activity
  • Kids will remember:

what they hear ..….. the least (20%)

what they see & hear …. more (50%)

what they do …… the most (90%)

Spend as little time as possible telling them

Spend more time showing them

Spend the most time letting them do it

4 elements of a practice game
4 Elements of a Practice Game
  • A recognizable objective – aim, purpose
  • The rules of the game
  • The equipment needed to be able to play the game (ball, goals, markers, vests)
  • A play-oriented approach ………

…….. small – sided games

perfect practice makes perfect
Perfect Practice Makes Perfect
  • Habits can be good or bad
  • If not corrected, bad habits will linger
  • You can get good at being bad
  • Create an environment where good habits are encouraged
  • Proper demonstration of technique
  • Repetitions of doing it the right way
  • Correct mistakes as they occur
  • See it – do it right -- repeat it – over and over
chaos
Chaos
  • Soccer is a chaotic, dynamic and fluid game. Situations and decisions change in a second.
  • At any moment opponents can ruin plan A and teammates may ruin plan B. This leaves the player with trying to invent plan C in a rapidly changing situation.
  • Composure and self-confidence are two important qualities for bring order out of chaos
bringing order to chaos
Bringing Order to Chaos
  • Being able to recognize constantly recurring situations is an important prerequisite for taking the correct action and applying the required technical skill.
  • The good player seems to exert less effort,
  • plays with a sense of style and grace
  • is more comfortable
  • To control the game you have to control the ball.
  • To control the ball ……………

you have to control your mind and body

age divisions of youth soccer
Age Divisions of Youth Soccer
  • Youth soccer players are divided into 6 different age groups
  • Each age group has its own significant characteristics
  • Age groups:

6 to 8 -- 8 to 10

10 to 12 -- 12 to 14

14 to 16 -- 16 to 18

stages of development
Stages of Development

6 to 8 years old: Discovery

  • Easily distracted, short concentration span
  • They all want the ball – 3 v 3 becomes 1 v 5
  • Limited to kicking ball forward, dribbling and shooting at goal
  • Every player needs constant ball contact
  • Create fun games with the ball for them
  • Must introduce the game of soccer to them
  • Size 3 ball and 4 v 4 in a modified area
stages of development 2
Stages of Development -- 2

8 to 10 years old: Development

  • More small-group oriented
  • Longer attention span
  • Ideal age to development fundamental soccer skills. They learn by imitation
  • More awareness, purpose & aggressive
  • Can combine with 1 or 2 other players
  • Can handle light soccer pressure
stages of development 3
Stages of Development -- 3

10 to 12 years old: Creativity

  • Control own movements and consciously work to improve their game
  • Continue with skill development
  • Add insight into the mix
  • Small-sided games for problem-solving
  • Motivation to learn and achieve is higher
  • Size 4 ball and up to 7 a side games
stages of development 4
Stages of Development -- 4

12 to 14 years old: Discipline

  • Growth spurts for some, but not for all
  • Awkward stage, coordination is a problem
  • More assertive, with their own opinions
  • Talent gap noticeable
  • Team concepts (attack, defend, transition)
  • Curious to know why (what’s the purpose)
  • Size 4 or 5 ball with 8 or 11 a side
stages of development 5
Stages of Development -- 5

14 to 16 years old: Competitive

  • Winning becomes more important than ever
  • Capable of playing very competitive soccer
  • Playing pressure increases dramatically
  • Play the game with more insight and intensity
  • Tactics and team play become main themes
  • Positional play becomes more important
  • Some players struggle to keep up