How To Improve Team Ball Control in Futsal?
Watch the video by Artyom Samoylov:
hey guys my name is coach artyom samoylov on this channel we discuss futsal tactics and futsal coaching in this video we are going to take a look at the drill which is going to help you to improve the collective position of the ball if you are struggling with making several consecutive passes together this drill is going to help you and then we are going to move and take a look at how it's played on a real training session and finally you can go in the description of this video and download the free pdf with this drill you can print it out and take it to your training session easily so the drill is designed in a way so it's very intense and very dynamic it simulates the game situation very much so your players are not only going to learn from it they're also going to love it so you are using the half of the chord you have three players of each team inside this half of the chord and also you have two neutral players in each team so you can see that white team has two players in here and the black team has two players in here use all the balls you have on the training session and if the ball goes out don't chase it just take the nearest ball and continue playing so the job of those players who are inside of this half of the court is going to be to make at least 15 consecutive passes together without losing a ball they can use their respective teammates outside of the court but if an actual player receives the ball he has to go into the court even if he makes a pass he has to engage and the player who made a pass to him has to go up so at any moment of time there has to be only three field players inside the pitch neutral players can move freely on their sides from here to here and this one from here to here ideally each player has to have the limit of three touches on the ball so on his third touch he has to pass the ball if he makes four the ball goes to another team as soon as the objective is reached so you have at least 15 consecutive passes together they earn one point the drill is played for 15 minutes and you can make it three games of five minutes and the team who ends up with most points has one so another team has to do 50 push-ups now let's move on and take a look how it's played on a real training session.
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