Shooting Drill – From 2 on 2 to 4 on 4

Creative Soccer Training - Shooting Drill
Creative Soccer Training – Shooting Drill

Drill 2.3.5
CREATIVE SOCCER TRAINING

350 SMART AND PRACTICAL GAMES AND DRILLS TO FORM INTELLIGENT PLAYERS– FOR ADVANCED LEVELS.

Drill 2-3-5Execution

  1. After an opening technique in the form of a passing sequence, two simultaneous 2-on-2 situations ensue against the large goals A and B and the mini goals C and D.
  2. Next are two transition actions into 4-on-4. Players A/B and E/F position themselves behind the large goals, each with a ball.
  3. Players C/D and G/H position themselves in a staggered formation in the center of the field at the cone markers.
  4. After a signal from the coach, players A and E simultaneously begin their actions. Player A/E plays to player B/F behind the goal (see 1).
  5. Player B/F controls the ball into the field and plays a double pass with player C/G (see 2). Player B/F plays a diagonal ball to player D/H (see 3).
  6. Player D/H lets the ball bounce off to player A/E (see 4).
  7. Player A/E runs toward the pass and controls the ball toward the center (see 5).
  8. After their actions, the players in the center transition to defense for the ensuing 2-on-2 situation (see 6).
  9. Players A and B now work as the team in possession (see 7) and try to score on the large goal A.
  10. Players G and H are the opponents (see 8) and try to prevent a goal, and, after successfully capturing the ball, try to launch a counterattack on the mini goals D.
  11. At the same time, players E and F are also a team in possession (see 9) and try to score on the large goal B.
  12. Players C and D are the opponents (see 10) and try to prevent a goal, and, after successfully winning the ball, try to launch a counterattack on the mini goals C.
  13. After the first 2-on-2 situation ends with a goal, the players get involved in the other still ongoing 2-on-2 situation and play 4-on-4.
  14. The designations for the large and mini goals from the previous 2-on-2 play are still in effect here.
  15. After the second 2-on-2 situation also ends with a goal, the coach brings another ball into the game (see 11).
  16. The teams now play 4-on-4 and try to score on the large goals A and B. Afterwards the coach has the option of adding another ball to the game for another 4-on-4 situation.
  17. The teams now play against the mini goals and can involve the goalkeeper for 4-on-4-plus-2.

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