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“Teaching In Small-Sided Games”. US Youth Soccer Coaches Workshop Indianapolis 2003. Glen Buckley State Director of Coaching New York State West Youth Soccer Association English F.A. Advanced License, UEFA A License, USSF A License, NSCAA Premiere Diploma, USSF National Youth License.

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teaching in small sided games

“Teaching In Small-Sided Games”

US Youth Soccer Coaches WorkshopIndianapolis 2003

Glen Buckley

State Director of Coaching

New York State West Youth Soccer Association

English F.A. Advanced License, UEFA A License,

USSF A License, NSCAA Premiere Diploma,

USSF National Youth License

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Teaching In Small-Sided Games

  • Purpose
  • To demonstrate shape for attack and defense. 3v3, 4v4 and 5v5 games will be used to illustrate shape during the three main “moments” in the game:
      • 1. In possession of the ball
  • 2. Opponent in possession of the ball.
  • 3. Changing possession – Transition.

When You are in Possession . . .

Players must make the field as large as possible by spreading wide and deep.

Pass the ball deep (forward) when ever possible.

Keep possession.

Create chances to score.

When Your Opponent is in

Possession . . .

Players must make playing area as small as possible, and depending on the situation …

1. Press the ball (Move toward it)

2. Delay (Move toward own goal)

3. Squeeze (Move toward the flanks)

Pressure must be put on the player in possession. Mark TIGHT nearer to the ball, and LOOSE the further you are away from the ball. Maintain good depth and balance.

When A Change of Possession

Occurs . . .

When Losing Possession:

1. Nearest player applies immediate pressure to the ball

2. Remaining players recover behind the ball

When Regaining Possession:

1. Player in possession attempts to play forward

2. Players close to the ball offer support

Players away from the ball make the field big (length and width).

Glen Buckley, NYSWYSA Director of Coaching

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‘s have good attacking shape

Defense. Players should be compact and recover behind the ball. Pressure, cover and depth when the ball is central. Pressure, cover and balance when the ball is wide. Delay to allow time to get numbers behind the ball.

‘s have good defending shape

Teaching In Small-Sided Games

Game 3 v 3

Key Coaching Points

Attack. Players should try to form a triangular shape to provide width and length. Provide good angles of support for safe passes. Try to combine in two player combinations to penetrate.

Glen Buckley, NYSWYSA Director of Coaching

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Teaching In Small-Sided Games

Game 4 v 4

Key Coaching Points

Attack. Now, the shape is a diamond, creating

length and width on both sides. Angles of

support offer depth for good passing

opportunities. Look for 2 and 3 player

combinations. A deep player provides

opportunity for an early pass from the back.

Flank (width) play on both sides to increase

attacking opportunities.

Defense. Compact behind the ball applying pressure, cover and balance. Delay to allow time to get numbers behind the ball.

Glen Buckley, NYSWYSA Director of Coaching

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Teaching In Small-Sided Games

Game 5 v 5

Key Coaching Points

Attack. Shape now has a central player. Players should use the central player to connect from side to side and from back to front.

Defense. Team shape is compact and goal side of the ball. Small group defending applying pressure, cover and balance.

Glen Buckley, NYSWYSA Director of Coaching