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Teach Youth Players How to build play from the back

This is the first of The Youth Coaching Series E-Books designed for coaches operating at the youth level. This e-book provides coaches of U11and U12 a comprehensive plan in how progressively teach youth players how to build play from the back in the 9v9 game format.

FINAL GAME Building

FINAL GAME Building play from the back in a 2-3-1 EXERCISES # 2 SESSION PHASE Team Tactics AGE GROUP U10-U18 5v5+K Duration: 20-25 min Area Size: 2/3 mini Equipment: Balls. Bibs, Cones Players: 12 Exercise Objectives Organization This is a game that can be used as a final game. 6v6 In this realistic setting the coach can focus on all the elements of teaching the team to build play from the back. The .coach can put in conditions designed to Set up 2 teams of 5 players plus 2 keepers Play always starts from the keeper bring out the topic objectives. Remember not to over coach, and to use a coaching methodology appropriate to the age group Coaching Points Keep safe possession Look to move the ball to a less occupied area. Angle and clear lines of support Distances between players NOTE: Coach Methodology of :STOP-DEMO-REHARSAL AND LIVE sequence can be used.

PHASE OF PLAY Building play from the back in a 3-4-1 EXERCISES # 3 SESSION PHASE Team Tactics AGE GROUP U11-U18 6v4+K Duration: 20 min Area Size: Half Field Equipment: Balls. Bibs, Cones Players: 12 Exercise Objectives This game is a phase of play structured in grids with simplified game situations. In B there is a 3v1 game situation of 3 defenders vs 1 attackers C and D are 1v1 game situations with the opportunity to have another player joining the attacking team to support and create a 2v1. In this structure, players learn how to keep distances and can focus on their technical/tactical responsibility . Organization 6v4+K Divide field in 5 zone (3 central A,B,C) and 2 wide (D) The A zone is for the Keeper In the B zone 3 central defenders play against 1 attacker In zone C and D players play 1v1. Play starts with the keeper. Defenders must stay in their own zone. Only 1 attacker at a time can move in an adjacent zone to support. Attackers can score in any 3 goals, while defenders score on the main goal Coaching Points Safe possession is priority Score as soon as possible Supporting angles and timing of passes Players can use the goalkeeper as supporting player Look to advance the ball in safe areas NOTE: Coaching Methodology of :STOP-DEMO-REHARSAL AND LIVE sequence can be used.