Presentation on theme: "Grid Work - Receiving and Space Awareness"— Presentation transcript:
1Grid Work - Receiving and Space Awareness 3 groups of 2 in pairs. Receive from outside, play to free player.Add challenge for players to take first touch into a different square from the one they received in.Add challenge for players to do as above but not touch into same square as partnerPlay 1 vs. 1, defender has ball to dribble to slow them down and players score points for receiving and playing out successfully.Play 2 vs. 2 with goals and two support players
2Repetition Circuit - When to Pass, When to Dribble Repetition Circuit – 2 vs. 2 and 2 vs. 1 (GK adds to overload)Offside line includedPlayers to identify when to pass/dribble
3Physical ‘Corner’ Work Challenges4 vs. 4 – Try to get into circles and touch foot on top of ball4 vs. 4 – Try to get into circles and shield ball for 5 seconds. If player touches out (due to physical demand), team go outside area and pass until ready to come back in2 vs. 2 – Try to get into circles and shield ball for 10 seconds.
4Halves Practice – Quick Play In & Around The Box 3 vs. 3 and (GK’s)Split into 2 and 1 in each halfChallenges:Try to keep one player in defending areaLook at – a. Hold up playb. Players running ball into attacking areac. Combination playd. Counter attacking
5Counter Attacking2 vs. 1 inc. Gk’sChallenges:Red plays ball across to blues. 2 blues attack against 1 red defender. When blues take ball over attacking line, 2nd red counter attacks with 2nd ball.Encourage blues to recognise making the transition from attacking to defending and red to break at speed.
6Through the Thirds – Playing Through Midfield Through the Thirds – 5 vs. 5 &(GK’s)Challenges:Blues and Reds both have balls. Work ball through midfield area – focus on takes, one-two’s and overlaps from end to end, working through GKDirectional game – work ball through midfield to scoreCan lock players into areas or change overloads if age/ability requires