Exercises technical and tactical training

Exercises technical and tactical training football, soccer exercises, exercises for football.

Exercises technical and tactical training
Exercises technical and tactical training

 Play without a ball
 Exercise 1
 Game for two gates; Each team has 3 players, 2 of them in the field (2: 2) and one point guard on the sideline.
The main task: avoiding the enemy with the help of fraudulent movements (when the ball is transferred to an empty seat).
 Terms:
 ● strikes are applied to any goal after a throw-in;
 ● the goalkeeper returns the ball to the point guard, whose team owned the ball (beat on goal);
 ● the point guard processes the ball and then throws it into the field to the opening partner;
 ● when selecting, the ball is passed to his point guard (or one of the goalkeepers), who continue to play;
 ● in the field two pairs of 1: 1 (Fig. 1).

 Exercise 2
 The organizational form is the same as in exercise 1.
 The main task is the same as in exercise 1; addition: learning some actions of middle line players.
 Terms:
 ● as in exercise 1; in addition: the point guard does not throw in the ball, but transfers it with his foot (top or bottom) to his partner on the free space of the course;
 ● the point guard has the right to hold the ball and lead it to a pass along the sideline, without being attacked by the opponent, he does not hit the goal;
 ● A pass before the partner’s departure from the pro¬tivnik is equal to losing the ball and changing roles (Fig. 2).

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 Exercise3
 The organizational form is the same as in exercise 1; besides: both playmakers play against each other on the sideline, making it difficult to receive the ball.
 The main task: the same as in exercises 1 and 2. A game without a ball is also for point guard.
 Terms:
 ● the player who plays the ball must leave the opponent when the goalkeeper throws the ball.

 Explained
 Such games can be held as tournaments of several teams consisting of three players (thereafter, the number of players in each team can be increased). A throw-in from the sidelines reduces the pace of the game; this is necessary so that couples can figure out again for a new departure from the enemy. An attack on any gate makes it easy to play without a ball and maneuvers to avoid the enemy, who is forced to take care. A small number of players in the field makes it possible to carry out tactical tasks and their more intensive training. In the same game on a larger field, goalkeepers should have as many spare balls as possible on hand.
 HOLD THE BALL
 Exercise 1
 Limited ground with neutral fields (3X3 m) in four corners; 2 teams of 6 people.
The main task: holding the ball, preparing an attack using space, accurate long passes, reviewing the field and playing without the ball, creating opportunities for the game “into the wall”, dribbling to save the ball.
 Terms:
 ● keep the ball in your team;
 ● game from two neutral fields of one side to opposite neutral fields and back (“and goal);
 ● only players of the team possessing the ball can enter the neutral field;
 ● you can occupy any neutral field (Fig. 3).

 Exercise 2

 The organizational form is the same as in exercise 1.
Main task: preparation and implementation of a top pass to an empty seat (exit).
 Terms:
 ● the same as in exercise 1; advance transfers are allowed only bottom.

 Exercise 3
 The organizational form is the same as in exercise 1.
Main objective: preparing a breakthrough with the help of dribbling and translation of the game; fighting artificial offside positions.

 Terms:
 ● the same as in exercise 1;
 ● with an offside rule.
 GAME TRANSFER - CHANGES OF ATTACK FLANGES
 Exercise 1
 Game for two gates; two teams of three players; two neutral players on the sidelines in the field.
Main objective: changing the rhythm by holding the ball and transferring the game for a sudden attack, quickly completing the attack.
 Terms:
 ● it is allowed to hit the goal only after abrupt change of direction of attack and pass backward or to the side;
 ● neutral plays only with the team that owns the ball;
 ● one neutral acts as a point guard in the middle line area (1 +3: 3); the other, for example, as an attacking extreme defender on the sideline, starting from the front. His long-distance jerk requires a long pass. Dribble and pass back to the gate to their three partners, three opponents defend;
 ● goals are scored with a direct blow or finishing a rebounded ball;
 ● neutral, playing according to the 1X3: 3 scheme, should not attack, it cannot transfer the game to the opponent’s side;
 ● the goalkeeper returns the ball to the neutral point guard, who continues the game to hold the ball according to the 1: 3: 3 scheme;
 ● the defensive team can take the ball from the opponent only in the field. After picking the ball, the pass follows the goalkeeper or neutral point guard (Fig. 4).

 Prepa ng 2

 Organizational form, as in exercise 1.
Main objective: consciously luring defensive opponents to one side of the ground to free the other side for a surprise attack.

 Terms:

 ● the same as in exercise 1; however, the neutral point guard with the 1 + 3: 3 scheme can be attacked (4: 3); additionally: 15 sec. possession of the ball - 1 goal;
 ● neutral can transfer the game to the opponent's side;
 ● after the goal, one neutral (shooting guard) plays for the other team as the fourth player (4: 3), and the other neutral prepares to transfer the game from the front line to attack another goal. Changing tasks for neutral.
 Exercise 3

 Organizational form, as in exercise 1; both neutrals play on the same line against each other.
 Main task: keeping the ball under the 3: 3 scheme, seeking opportunities for changing the flanks, preparing it without the ball.
 Terms:

 ● the team plays two gates,
 ● each team is enhanced by one neutral, which act against each other on one side line (on the flank), forming a 3: 3 + 1: 1 scheme;
 ● neutral of the team that owns the ball should be freed from the opponent and ask for a pass. The completion of the attack, as in exercise 1 (Fig. 5).

 GAME IN MOTION ("in the wall")
 Exercise 1
 Organizational form:
 Limited playground; 2: 2 with one neutral.
The main task: jerk speed, endurance, in addition, teamwork, playing “against the wall”, changing rhythm.

 Terms:
 ● keep the ball at home;
 ● each pass “into the wall” - 1 goal;
 ● neutral serves as a “wall”, as it were, playing with one touch; he always stands for the team that owns the ball (Fig. 6).

 

 Exercise 2

 The organizational form is the same as in exercise 1; in addition: the second neutral at a distance of 20-30 m.
 The main task is the same as ■ exercise 1; in addition, speed endurance, vision of the field, search for the moment to transfer the game to the opponent’s side through the long-range point guard.
 ● as in exercise 1; in addition, each successful pass “to the wall” with a far neutral = 2 goals (thereby achieving the transfer of the game (Fig. 7)
 Exercise 3
 Organizational form, as in exercise 1.
 The main task is the same as in exercises 1 and 2; besides, tempo game, stamina, quick assessment of the situation,
 Terms:
 ● as in exercise 2; the game is only two touches;
 ● successful “wall” passes - 2 goals, 10 assists - • 1 goal.

 GAME ON SPEED

 Exercise 1
 The field is divided into three zones; two teams of three people; one neutral behind the front line.
The main task: the development of endurance, rapid assessment of the situation; Assistance to the partner (with a jerk to offer yourself for a pass).
 Terms:
 ● a game from one neutral to another without losing the ball = 1 goal;
 ● game in two touches;
 ● the ball is passed to the opponent if all the players on the same team are in the same zone.
 ● in the middle zone it is impossible to touch the ball (Fig. 8).

 Exercise 2

 Organizational form, as in exercise 1.
 The main objective is the same as in Exercise 1, in addition: the defenders change the charges of the attackers.
 Terms:
 ● as in exercise 1;
 ● a player who gives a pass to a neutral player changes places and tasks with him.

 Exercise 3

 Organizational form, as in exercise 1.
 The main task is the same as in exercise 1; the load increases due to the fact that there is no pause after the transfer to a neutral one.
 Terms:
 ● as in exercise 1;
Дополнительно ● optional: neutral play with one touch.
 TRAINING

 Exercise 1
 Unlimited playground; two teams of three players, divided into permanent pairs, 3 to 1: 1,
Main task: jerk speed, endurance, correct play without a ball.
 Terms:
 ● without losing the ball, pass it to the partner in a fixed order (3 players - 4 passes) - 1 goal;
 • the player has the right to pass the ball only to the next partner in order and fight for the ball only with the direct opponent;
 only long passes are allowed no more than 20 m (otherwise loss of the ball); open for a pass (rice, 9).

 Exercise 2
 The organizational form is the same as in exercise 1.
Main objective: increased pace of the game to increase the load; the rest, as in exercise 1.
 Terms:
 ● as in exercise 1;
Дополнительно ● optional: two touch game.
 Exercise 3
 Organizational form, as in exercise 1.
Main objective: increasing endurance requirements plus a wall-mounted game.
 Terms:
 ● as in exercise 1;
 ● the player who passed the ball must open for the game “in the wall” with the partner who received the ball (2 helps 3, 3 helps 1);
 ● you first need to successfully play “in the wall” and only then pass the pass to the next partner by number (Fig. 10).