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MiniRoos Football (previously known as Small Sided Football - SSF) Under 8 to Under 11 Brighton SC Coaching Philosophy By Paul Kyte Head of Coaching MiniRoos
What is important to us 1.Ensure that children participate and have fun 2.Help children to develop football skills and creativity 3.Player development is more important than winning 4.Football Federation Australia National Curriculum (Click for link to FFA National Curriculum)FFA National Curriculum
Coaching Philosophy (for U8-11) 1.Every training session we conduct will be with the ball No fitness/running without the ball. 2.Maximise decision making Carry out activities where decision making and actions are required. Make the training sessions as close as possible to the real game Defined area Rules objectives / goals opposition 3. Our coaches need to be qualified in coaching. For this age group the requirement is the Skills Training Certificate U8 to U12
Under 8, 9, 10 and 11 Model Sessions At this age the children are ready for a more structured approach to training. In every session the focus is on one of the core skills, from the beginning until the end of the session. The theme based sessions are: Running with the Ball First Touch One v One Striking / Passing the ball These model sessions can be found in the FFA National Curriculum at source.pdfhttp://www.footballaustralia.com.au/site/_content/document/ source.pdf
The Skill Training Phase sessions consist of 3 components: 1. Skill introduction, this is the warm-up as well as an introduction to the designated core skill for this session. This is the only part of the session where drill-type exercises should be used, but the creative coach can include elements of decision-making. 2. Skill training, this is the part of the session where conscious teaching and learning of the designated core skill takes place. - Lots of repetition in game realistic scenarios! - Task-based coaching - Effective feedback -Use of questioning (ask players why did you choose that option?) 3. Skill game, a game where as much as possible all the elements of the real game are present but organised in a way that the designated core skill has to be used regularly. - Skill games are preferably small sided games to stimulate the number of repetitions/touches! - The players play, the coach observes if learning has taken place.
Game Day 1.Arrive Early for a gentle warm up. 2.Player formations: 7v7 1 x GK 3 defenders3 attackers 9v9 1 x GK 3 defenders2 midfielders3 attackers 3.Rotate Goalkeeper each half. 4.Equal time for all players.
For Parents 1.Please let the kids play without instructions. Think of it like a classroom with the coach as the teacher. Would you go into your childs class and yell instructions? If you want to be involved become a coach/assistant-coach. We are always looking for volunteers. Contact Paul 2.Respect the players. Do encourage all (opposition and your childs team) by clapping when they show good football skills and creativity such as taking players on, running with the ball. 3.Respect the Instructing referee all players and officials from all clubs. Click on the link for FA video BrightonSC Calls for RESPECTBrightonSC Calls for RESPECT