The action of the drill is actually difficult, because it concludes only after some short passes. The sequence of passes therefore has to function well, and this happens only when the sequence is understood.
In this drill, try to match the distances between the wickets to the capabilities of your players. After the last pass, there has to be enough distance to the goal for the action to be able to end with a goal shot.
We constructed four stations in all. The first and last positions are occupied multiple times; the players in these groups trade positions after the action. The two central players are forward-game stations and should always be replaced after a short time. In the starting group, each player has a ball. The starting player passes to the team player at the first marker, receives the pass back, then passes to the player at the second marker, and then also receives the pass back from there. He then passes to the started player from the last group, who makes a goal shot.
- Only direct passing
- Action and lineup to/from the other side
- Pay attention to the exact action
- Correct errors individually
Category:Advanced training, children’s training, youth training, seniors
Minimum group size: 8 + goalie
Maximum group size: 14 + goalie
Materials required: Enough balls, 4 cones. 1 goal
Field size: According to group’s ability