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1 Okotoks Minor Soccer House League Coaches Outdoor Season 2015

2 Format Today Club Information Age Group Classroom Session Practical Sessions Kit Handout

3 Club Overview In total we 900 have registered players at the club Competitive Players – 142 Recreational Players – 758 Partnership teams with SD Serbia and MUSC Entered first Tier I team Pilot U8/U14/U16 Development Academy

4 Your communication chain Administrative – Usually through your manager to Angela: Technical – House League - Cassandra -

5 Formats U4 Saturday Mornings – 9-10am Howard Park May 2 nd - June 20 th (no play Sat 16 th May) Minifest Saturday 27 th June 3v3 Format for games

6 Formats U6 Mondays + Wednesdays 6-7:15pm Howard Park No sessions May 18 th May 4 th – June 24th 40 minutes training, 30 minutes game 3 v 3 no goalkeepers Minifest Saturday 27 th June

7 Formats U8 Separated Boys and Girls Program Tuesdays + Thursdays 6-7:15pm Howard Park May 5 th – June 25th 40 minutes training, 30 minutes game 4 v 4 no goalkeepers Minifest Saturday 27 th June

8 U8 Development Academy Tuesdays + Thursdays 6-7:30pm – Kinsman May 5 th - July 16 th – Starts again in September Preparation for CMSA play Training squads of 10 (45 mins) Format 7 v 7 Games (45 mins) Minifest Saturday 27 th June

9 Formats U10 Mondays + Wednesdays 6:30-8pm Kinsman No sessions May 18 th May 4 th – June 24 th Format Training (30 mins) 7 v 7 Games (1 hour) Minifest Saturday 27 th June

10 Format U12 Tuesdays + Thursdays 6:30-8pm Drake Landing May 5 th – June 25th Format Training (30 mins) 7 v 7 Games (1 hour) Minifest Saturday 27 th June

11 U14/16 Training Wednesday’s Starting May 6 th Dr Morris Gibson School 6:00-7:30pm 11 v 11 Format Games (45 mins) – Mon or Friday - High Country League

12 Boxes Green Box at Each Fiels Cones Nets Corner Flags Please ensure equipment is returned

13 Create Team Environment Parents’ meeting – Parent Roles and responsibilities –Support not Coach, Water + Snack, Equipment – Plan for the season – Have Fun and Learn – Communication chain – 24 hours!! – Academy Training – Saturday Mornings

14 Session Safety Player Phone Emergency Contacts Outdoor Field Safety 30/30 Policy

15 Active Start U4-U6 Coaching Players first step into a Sporting environment Physical, Social, Technical, Mental

16 Active Start U4-U6 Coaching Organization of Session Selection of Activities Safety Running a Session – Communication Manner and Appearance

17 U4 – Active Start Practice Focus Small-sided games - Can be 1v1, e.g. Mom or Dad vs Child.... Soccer Coordination- Ball each, lots of touches, left and right Soccer Technique- Fun activities and games with a ball each, General Movement - Running, jumping, twisting, rolling concentrate on dribbling, all directions. hopping, moving backwards Four Corner Approach – Technical, Social, Physical, Mental

18 Role of the Parent Comfort of the Player in Surroundings Before Practice -Ensure child has enough water, snack and all kit for sessions During Practice -Play, Encourage, Support Coach, DON’T criticize mistakes After Practice - Praise effort, food and drink

19 Top Tips Ensure Each Child has a soccer ball Have all of the children active at the same time Ensure parent involvement No Scores or Standings

20 FUNdamentals U8 Characteristics of a U8 Player: Physical - Frailty (bones), supple, tire easily, Boys and Girls are similar Social Need for attention, short attention, egocentrical, improved understanding of game

21 Training Short and sharp exercises – FUN!! Developing Physical Literacy, technique and sequencing One ball each Introduction of basic skills – Dribbling, passing

22 Learn to Train U S4L Warm Ups Technical Practices, Skilled Practices Small Sided Games - Cool Down Global - Analytical - Global

23 Global Analytical Global Warm Up > Conditioned Game > Activity > Game Positives – Players are engaged/active, recreates game environment Negative – Limited opportunity for technique Coaches must ensure they are coaching!!

24 Player Characteristics – L2T + Soccer 4 Life Frailty – Growing Pains Improved coordination Improved Perception Boys and Girls Difference Role Models Need a more structured environment Egocentrical

25 Additional Technical Training U8 Competitive Development Squad 10 sessions – Saturdays ($100) House League Technical Sessions 5 sessions ($50) To be ed out on Monday

26 Coach Development Active Start (U4/U6 Fundamentals (U6/U9) U6 and U8 age levels. Course Length: 7 hours. Learning To Train (L2T - U10/U12) U10 and U12 age levels. Course Length: 14 hours (organized over a 2 day period) Soccer For Life (U14+) U14 and up age levels. Course length: 14 hours (organized over a 2 day period) Check for courses at calgaryminorsoccer.com and use the link on the left for NCCP Courses

27 Online Resources omsasoccer.com Insidesoccer.com Sportplan.net

28 Questions?


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