Louis Lancaster the Watford U15′s football coach takes us through 3 drills to help play the ball out from the back. The equipment used in these games includes footballs, football goals, and football bibs

Drill 1. 

transition games

Structure:

-Set up the area as above.

Process:

-Players stay in there zone (2v2).

-The idea is the defenders get the ball and use the goal keeper to create an overload 3v2.

-They 3 of them can either play it in to the striker or the striker can drop in to the channel unopposed.

-They then compete 2v2 for goal.

-Process continues.

Tips:

-Dispersal

-Movement in order to create space for one self and others.

-Make sure any progressions suit the needs of the players.

Drill 2. 

transition games

Structure:

-Set up the area as above and you may even want to vary the size to suit the needs of the players.

Process:

-The greens attack the yellows playing normal 11v11 rules.

-Whoever takes the shot a goal drops out the practice and returns to the half way line.

-The goal keeper then distributes another ball for the yellows to play out.

Progressions:

-Vary the amount of players that drop out and it is up to the defenders to recognise the situation.

Drill 3. 

transition games

Structure:

-Set up the area as above.

Process:

-Yellows are trying to play out from the back and get the ball to the red target player on the edge of the centre circle.

-The reds are marking the yellows man for man.

-As soon as the yellows hit the red target player they then cross the line and start the red attack towards goal.

As the red player starts the attack another red player drops out the practice becoming the new target player.

Progressions:

-Use a back 3

-Add more players

-Create over or under-loads.

 

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