Tony's Soccer School Professional Football Academy Trials

FA LEVEL 2 RUNNING WITH THE BALL SSG 6 v 6 KEY FACTORS

FA LEVEL 2 RUNNING WITH THE BALL SSG 6 v 6 KEY FACTORS

 

All small sided games (S.S.G) are organised with the following:

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60x40 yard pitch, with two goals. 6 players on each team, goalkeepers 1, defenders 2, midfield 1, attackers 2. This formation can be changed but seemed to be good for all topics. Start position may very, this iS due to the topic which is being delivered. The point of the start position is to get directly to your topic, which should enable you to coach your topic and give player’s roles and a basic understanding of them. Once you have done this you can then allow the session to progress in ‘FREE PLAY’. This allows both teams to attack and defend which will allow you to assess and coach when you feel you have a valid point to make. It is not recommended to direct the opposing team members to help your session work. If problems occur you need to solve them.

RUNNING WITH THE BALL  SMALL SIDED GAME 6 v 6 Start Position

FA LEVEL 2 RUNNING WITH THE BALL SSG 6 v 6 KEY FACTORS

Start Position: OPPOSING MIFIELD PLAYER SHOOTS FOR GOAL, GOALKEEPER SAVES & SERVES TO EITHER FULL BACK.
A good way to run with the ball is to switch play first and exploit space on the other side of the pitch.

A good way to run with the ball is to switch play first and exploit space on the other side of the pitch.

KEY FACTORS

CREATE SPACE (as an individual)

COMMUNICATION

BODY POSITIION

CREATE SPACE AS A TEAM.

CAN THE MIFIELD & FORWARD PLAYERS TAKE THE OPPOSITION PLAYERS AWAY FROM THE SPACE.

ANGLES & DISTANCE OF SUPPORT. (should the player on the ball require it).

TECHNIQUE

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