How To Defend In Futsal by coach Artyom Samoylov
February 18, 2023 at 12:58 pm, No comments
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- Balance and buying time in defense: defensive actions undertaken at the moment that possession is lost with the objective of preventing the opposition from making an attacking transition.
- Dropping back: the action of moving back quickly, when possession is lost, to occupy a defensive position left vacant during the attack.
- Pressing defense: a defensive system whereby pressure is put on the opposition in their own half with the objective of regaining possession of the ball, and, at the very least, preventing the opposition from advancing.
- Positional defense: a half-court or a closed defense whose prime objective is to prevent the opposition from developing play and moving into the final third, where the defending team waits for the appropriate moment to regain possession or force the opposition into giving the ball away.
- Special situations – 4v5 defense: a defensive system adopted when facing a 5v4 attack.
- Special situations – 3v4 defense: a defensive system adopted when facing a 4v3 attack and brought about when one of the defending team’s players has been sent off.
- Defending corners: defense of corner kicks taken by the opposition.
- Defending kick-ins: defense of kick-ins taken by the opposition from the touch line.
- Defending free-kicks with a wall: defense of free-kicks from the spot where the offence was committed, provided that the defending team has not committed five previous fouls in the period in question (see below).
- Defending free-kicks without a wall and kicks from the second penalty mark:
- defense of free-kicks from the spot where an offence was committed or from the second penalty mark if the defending team has committed five previous fouls in the period in question. In this case, only the goalkeeper can defend the free-kick, although the other players must be alert to the possibility of the ball rebounding back into play.
- Defending penalties: defense of penalties awarded to the opposition and taken from the 6m penalty mark
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Hey guys my name is Artyom Samoylov. On my channel we discuss everything that concerns futsal so if you need a content like this on a regular basis you know what to do subscribe hit the belly button and you will never miss a single video and plus you will help the channel grow in this video we're gonna take a look at the concept of defensive lines why is this very important when it comes to defense and why is it something that each and every amateur futsal team needs to know in order to stand out from the rest of the teams so you have these lines on the futsal pitch on the futsal court from Beach to Beach these lines may differ of course but these lines this division for the zones gives your players and information gives you as a coach an ability to instruct the team how do you pressure where is gonna be your last defensive line and where and in which zone you have to act accordingly when it comes to attack so let's start from defense first of all if you pressure you can always instruct your players instruct your team to pressure from the first line to pressure from the second line or to drop back to the third line it is easy to explain to four players it is easy for them to understand this this is as I call it geometry or futsal it is very simple and it's very important to know this second when it comes to defense it is very important for players to understand the concept of these defensive lines you can tell them if they pressure they should be staying in three zones or in two zones this is up to you and it is easier for players to understand that for example if this player goes in here this player follows him the rule is at least one of your players have to be in one of these three zones so that means that in this situation this player should be dropping into this middle section here behind this red line the more defensive lines you have the better to defend remember this if you are defending into defensive areas if you will so first area second area third one is free so you can exploit this area to run in to get the ball and capitalize on that that's why you have to drop in here and make it harder for opponents to progress the more defensive lines you have the more difficulties your opponent faces the slower opponent progresses so for example in this case you have one two three four and five defensive lines so basically players are staying in all three zones plus the fourth zone where the goalkeeper is and they are forming five lines of defense which is very complicated for an opponent to beat when it comes to attack those lines this division of lines this remembering that there is a division of lines and in four zones gives your players an opportunity imagine that you are orange guys in here to understand where they have to be more careful with their passes where they have to be more careful on ball and where they can improvise more so for example behind this red line and until the goal in this area they have to be very careful they have to be opening up for an opponent and providing very safe passing lines for him they have to open up for their partners and provide safe passing lines for for them not like this this is not a safe passing one but like this this is a safe person line so in this zone we are playing very carefully we are using at least two touches we are not using one touch in this zone of course if you are very skillful then you can use one touch this depends of course on the level of the player but in most cases you use at least two touches in here because you don't need unnecessary risk in this area you can use sometimes one touch sometimes you can dribble in this area but only if you have this opportunity only if you are on speed if an opponent doesn't have a covering player behind him and the free space to run into for example you can dribble in here you cannot dribble at all in here you can dribble sometimes when there are certain conditions for this as I told you and now in the final third if will when you cross this red line you can improvise more you can risk you can make first such passes you can shoot more you can dribble more because in here you can make mistakes this division for the lines gives your players a complete understanding of what is going on on the pitch where they should be at this very moment and there won't be a panic they won't make chaos they will be playing as a unit both in defense and attack if you liked this video if you liked the video hit the like button and this way I will understand which videos you like more and I will provide more of these kind of videos in the future don't forget to subscribe for my soccer channel I will leave the link in the description and I'll see you guys next time take care
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