High Speed Soccer – Teaching “Tiki Taka” and One Touch Soccer
Frankie Jensen (Soccer Coaches Association Faroer Islands), Peter Schreiner (Presenter) and Aki Johansen (National Coach U17, Faroer Islands)
Peter Schreiner showed his concept of teaching ball possession and passing combinations in 4 practical and 4 classroom sessions.
Schedule Seminar Faroer Islands
Friday, 27th February –March 2nd 2014
Friday: 18.00-21.00 (3 hours)
18.00-18.45 Theory part 1 – Introduction High Speed Soccer (1)
19.00-20.15 Practical Part 1 (Mixed local team 16 + 2 goalkeepers)
20.30-21.00 Summary Part 1, Q&A
Saturday: 09.00-19.00 (9 hours)
09.00-09.45 Theory part 2 – High Speed Soccer (2): Tiki Taka and One Touch Soccer
10.00-11.30 Practical part 2
(grassroots players/ U14 players, 16 + 2 goalkeepers
11.30-12.00 Summary, Q&A
13.00-13.45 Theory part 3 – How to organize and coach position games
14.00-15.30 Practical part 3 (U16 players 16 + 2 goalkeepers)
15.45-16.00 Summary, Q&A
16.15-17.15 Theory part 4 – How to teach and vary complex exercises
17.30-18.45 Practical Part 4
(national team players, U17 players 16 + 2 goalkeepers)
18.45-19.00 Summary, Q & A
Theory of Tiki Taka and Ball Possesion
Peter Schreiner started each practical part with an introduction and PowerPoint presentation to give some information about Tiki Taka and One Touch and to introduce the drills and postions games.
First presentation: High Speed Soccer – Introduction
Presentation: How to organize and coach position games
How to teach and vary complex exercises
Peter Schreiner showed lots of drills and positions games in 4 practial session with different age groups.
Each Session started with a fun game/warmin-up game followed be passing and combination drills.
The main topic in the practical sessions was: “How to stand pressure of an opponent and pressure of time in position games.”