You are able to develop and adapt each of these training sessions to suite your own players abilities, age, and needs.
-Two goals back to back.
-Use an area suitable for your numbers and ability.
-Blues and whites fight in the middle.
-Reds are bounce players on the outside.
-First team to score in both goals wins the game.
-When a team regains possession they must play and receive a pass from any red player first. If the other team regain possession they do the same.
-If blues score in a goal they must now score in the second goal to win.
-The whites however can score in any goal still.
-If the whites regain the ball, visit a red player and then score then they only to score in the remaining goal to win.
-The blues would then need to score in both goals again.
-I usually play 3 minute games.
-Same as the previous set up, however separate the goals by 10-15 yards to increase the intensity.
-This time you have two teams.
-Blues score in one goal and whites the other.
-A team can only score when all their team are in one section, which is the goal line to the coned line.
-If both teams are in the blues section and whites regain the ball. They must try and get the ball to their goal.
-If all of the defending team are also in the same zone and that team score they only get 1 goal.
-If a team score and there is one defender not in the zone then the team that scored now get 2 goals.
-I usually play first team to win 5 matches.
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