Objective: Passing, Teamplay and Precision
Set-up: full pitch divided into 2 playing areas (two halves), 1 ball at least, 2 pairs of small goals, 8 players (4 players in each team)
· Both teams can use each half of the pitch to score a goal.
· The main rules is that there can only be 2 defending players and 3 attacking players on the half, where the ball is.
· So it’s always 3 against 2.
· The goal can only be scored with the first touch shot.
Duration: 2 games of 10 minutes each
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Futsal started in 1930 when Juan Carlos Ceriani, a teacher in Montevideo, Uruguay, created a version of indoor football for YMCAs.
source - wikipedia
Set-up: half of the pitch, no goal-keepers, 3 fields players in each of two teams and 2 neutral players in each team,
no goals, at least 1 ball, neutral players are positioned outside of the pitch.
The objective of each team is to make at least 15 consecutive passes together. 15 passes are made (without losing the ball) - 1 point is scored.
Each player has the limit of 3 touches on the ball (means - with the third touch he should pass the ball). Passes can be made to neutral players. If neutral player receives a pass, he should enter the pitch and the one, who passes the ball, should become a neutral player (players exchange their roles).
Duration: 3 games of 5 minutes each
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Objective: Creating passing lines
Set-up: full pitch, no goal-keepers, 5 fields players in each of two teams, no goals, at least 1 ball.
The pitch is divided into 4 equal zones. The rules is, that ”at any point of time in one zone there can only be maximum 2 players of one team”. The objective of each team is make 10 consecutive passes. 10 passes are made (without losing the ball) - 1 point is scored.
If a third player of the same team enters a zone, the ball should be given to an opponent.
Duration: 2 games of 10 minutes each
Variations: Put a goal-keeper in goals. Now team would have 1 goal-keeper and 5 field players each. Play normal futsal
game. The restriction “maximum two players of each team in one zone at any point of time” remains.
Objective: Learn to play 5v4 situations (both in defense and in attack)
Set-up: full pitch, 1 goal-keeper, 9 fields players, 2 big (futsal) goals, 2 small goals, at least 1 ball, cannot play
behind small goals.
Drill: White team has a fifth field player (nr.5). The job objective of white team is to score to the left goal. Black team has to defend their goal and try to score to the goal on the right. If white team scores, it counts as 1 point.
Black team has two options: to score in futsal (big) goal or in any of two smaller goals. If black team scores in smaller goals it counts as one point.
If black team scores in big goal, it counts are 2 points. If black team scores in futsal (big) goal, then it only counts, if it is done within two touches of the ball.
Duration: 10 minutes each game.
P.S. Make sure, teams switch sides every 10 minutes. That is needed for every player to experience different roles.
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In this video we will learn to use futsal powerplay. Both in defense and attack. Futsal 5v4 situations are very frequent thing, so every team must be ready to defend in 5v4 and also to attack in 5v4.
The drill, which is represented in this video will help you coach a team to play futsal powerplay. This drill can be used by any team. Even by teams with no training process or a coach.
Download the drill in PDF (for free) and take it to your next training session!
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