Football Training 1 - Physical Training

Football Training 1 - Physical Training

From today, we will be releasing simple soccer training curriculums one by one. We invite everyone to study and communicate!

Physical preparation: flexibility (difficulty: U6-U8)

The goal is to improve physical coordination (balance/rhythm) and agility while developing player's observation and judgment ability. The curriculum is divided into four parts.

Football Training 1 - Physical Training

Possession game:

1. Basic settings:

1. Player:

1) Ordinary players: 8-12

2) Goalkeeper: no

2. Venue:

1) Length: 20-25 meters

2) Width: 15-20 meters

3. Equipment:

1) Football: 8–12

Second, organizational form:

1. Steps:

1) Players freely disperse around field, each with 1 ball.

2) The player passes ball to coach, who then kicks ball into open area. The players kick ball, return it and pass it to coach. The coach passes ball again in other direction.

3) Players can use different parts of body to return ball. You may want to let some players demonstrate this first.

2. Intensity:

Exercise for 10 minutes and rest for 1 minute.

3. Contents of manual:

1. Key points:

1) Coaches encourage players to actively participate in training to ensure quality.

2) The players must form an echo with coach.

3) Look up and observe while dribbling.

2. Common mistakes:

1) The player did not answer coach and gave ball to coach at same time as other players.

2) The ball carrier did not look up and collided with other players.

Fourth, notes:

You can practice throwing ball with your hand first, and then move on to passing ball after you master skills. Players try to use their feet to control ball as much as possible during rebounding process. .

Football Training 1 - Physical Training

"Pirate Captain":

2) Signboard: 4

1) Each player freely dribbles 1 ball around field. Whenever coach asks "Pirates ready?", players must answer "Ready".

2) The coach gives different instructions and players perform different actions according to instructions:

Salute - stand up with one arm and one leg raised; dance - toss ball on tiptoe; raise lifeboat - pull ball back with sole of foot; lift - move with ball and swing your arm.

2. Intensity:

Do exercises for 5 minutes and rest for 30 seconds.

3. Manual content:

1. Key points:

1) Change direction more often and move faster after changing direction.

2) Train coordination of player's eyes and legs.

3) Look up to observe position of other teammates.

4) The body follows ball (the ball is outside ball of foot) and uses both feet to control ball.

2. Common mistakes:

1) The player does not concentrate, does not hear coach's password well and makes mistakes.

Fourth, notes:

At beginning, coach can give different instructions, and when players master skills, gestures can be used instead of instructions to increase difficulty.

Football Training 1 - Physical Training

"The police caught thief"

1) 1 ball per person divided into two roles. The "thief" dribbles ball with his feet, and "policeman" holds ball and tries to hit ball in foot of "thief".

2) If "policeman" hit ball and "thief" left, he can enter field to continue training by performing 5 to-to-balls outside area.

3) Write down how many times each player left game after 60 seconds, after which both sides switch roles.

1) The body moves close to ball, change direction more often and accelerate to get rid of it after changing direction.

2) Try to maximize width of field to increase difficulty of "police" by opening up space.

2. Common mistakes:

1) The ball carrier does not look up to watch and collide with other players.

Fourth, notes:

Pay attention to safety, ask "police" to run and follow you rather than throw ball from a distance.

Football Training 1 - Physical Training

Little game

1) Regular players: 12-16

1) Football: 8–10

2) Small targets: 4

3) Signboard: 6-8

Depending on number of players, a 3v3 or 4v4 game is played according to usual rules.

1) Give reasonable suggestions to motivate players to find solutions to problems in their own way so that players can be more creative.

2) Try to use width of field to pull horizontally, run out of space and make it easier for teammates to hold ball.

2. Common mistakes:

1) The player lacks a sense of position and follows ball.

May 15, 2023