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Warm Up Grids General Scenario
These grids and light training routines that are used to start the session, they carry elements of ball skills, close control with jogging, running and eventually sprinting, they are essential to get players core body temperature up so that the sessions can proceed with players training at optimum fitness levels. Some pressure elements are included so players get a feel for later pressure elements in ball skill and match practice grids.
Players  line up on each corner of the square grid, two players dribble the ball past the middle marker then make an across the body pass to the opposite  side of their grid, and sprint to join the next group. 
Players pass and move inside a square grid (they must touch any marker after passing the ball - before touching the ball again). They must pass the ball inside the grid without 1, 2 or 3 defenders intercepting the ball. Ball must stay inside grid, player cannot touch ball again till a marker or post is touched.

Players on the outside (Attackers) can only move along outside their line of the square grid (cannot enter grid). Attackers must make five consecutive passes to score using only diagonal passes. (They cannot pass straight across the grid). Defenders change with two attackers after each score or if a pass is intercepted.

The outside players have a ball each and move clockwise around the grid, pass to any free player inside players the grid. That player dribbles the ball to the outside (players swap places) two (2) defenders are inside the grid. Ball must not be intercepted whilst passing the ball to any free inside player. The outside players MUST use a low inside boot pass to deliver the ball.
Players (A) and (B) swap passes at the end of a square grid, and feed player (C) whom runs back and forth across the grid when Player C is in line with the ball.  As player (B) receives the ball, player (C) must be in position to receive and give a return pass to (B). Player (B) then passes back to player (A) and player (C) must now be in a position to  receive and give a return pass to (A).

Players dribble around a square grid, pass a ball to the static inside player (1) and receive a return pass (2), then dribble around the corner marker to the next leg of the grid and repeat, on the next leg of the grid, ball low pass, chip pass, header etc.

Instead of going around the pitch, we go across the pitch from side to side once only, various warm up moves.

Players form a circle in pairs passing a ball across the circle, if the players ball hits another players ball, then the player making the pass has to do five press ups.

Players step back from the ball and still facing each other with the ball in between they step to touch their side of the ball with the toe/sole of each boot. They both quick step touching the ball for thirty seconds.

Players in pairs Indian file side by side move up the pitch skipping with arms coming out to the sides level with the shoulders
In threes up one player (B) faces two and this player runs backwards up the pitch being fed by either player, returns ball to other player.
Players in twos, one lobbing the ball to the other. Players should watch the ball into body, set balance and position early. Use all parts of the body and all parts of both feet, joints relax and give slightly on impact.
Two laps of the pitch at varying pace as warm up. Players start at the outside of the half way line run together side by side as a team running at various speeds and variations.

Players line up as shown, Player (A) using a basic push pass, passes the ball through a mini goal to a goalkeeper whom catches it and rolls it away left.  Player (A) runs on (avoiding any ball or player crossing in front)  to collect the rolled ball.

Players carry the ball to the opposite player, are challenged by that player (one step over their ball towards the oncoming player), the Attacking player then turns and attacks the next player in line. 

One player holds the ball directly out front between both hands, or one hand, The ball is suddenly dropped and the facing player must catch the ball before it touches the ground. Later can catch on boot and juggle on foot.

Players dribble a ball out from the end of the square grid, pass cross field with a weighted pass for the opposite player to run on to. Then sprint forward to collect their cross-field pass, bring it under control and pass to the next player in line. The Player then joins that team.

Team is split into two teams with each team restricted to their area outside or inside the area. Players from Team (A) pass to  get the ball through the midfield defender team (B) to score a goal. Adding defenders increases pressure.

Stretching is very important in training, players should be warm and stretches should prepare the muscles for the work ahead. Take time to stretch the squad after a warm up period. Do NOT stretch cold muscles. 

After a warm up grid, players form teams of five six or seven, and play Five-A-Side Soccer.

Each player will play the ball once only. Once received a pass is made to another team member, as the team move forward on the pitch.  EVERY player must have  played the ball ONCE and the team MUST finish with a shot on goal.

Split teams into two and play normal soccer except that : Once a player heads the ball that team is the attacking team and can score a goal. If an opponent heads the ball then that team becomes the attacking team.
The player MUST keep dribble through markers shooting with the appropriate foot to score a goal. Then collect a ball and return ONLY if their shot was on target. The goalkeeper is optional but if used is passive. Players feed balls back into the area for the next runner. Feed players change with attackers who miss the goal.

Standard warm up warm down routine

 

1 W023 Dribbling & Shot Warm Up Warm Up
2 W015 Dribbling Angle Grids Warm Up
3 W022 Heading game Warm Up
4 W001 Passing Across the Body Pass Warm Up
5 W008 Passing Across The Circle Warm Up
6 W004 Passing Circle Warm Up
7 W017 Passing Crossfield Warm Up Warm Up
8 W021 Passing Full Team passing Warm Up
9 W003 Passing Grid 4v2 Warm Up
10 W005 Passing Running Off The Ball Warm Up
11 W002 Passing The Passing Square Warm Up
12 W018 Passing The Weighted Pass Warm Up
13 W014 Passing Tunnel Grid Warm Up
14 W006 Passing Using a Star Grid Warm Up
15 W024 Pre Game Warm Down Warm Up
16 W012 Skills Receiving The Ball Warm Up
17 W009 Skills Two Player Warm Up Warm Up
18 W019 Stretching Chart Warm Up
19 W020 Training Indoors Warm Up / Down
20 W011 Warm Up 2 v 1 Warm Up
21 W016 Warm Up Drop The Ball Warm Up
22 W010 Warm Up skipping Warm Up
23 F001 Golf the Soccer weighted passing grid. Fun & Games
24 F002 Baseball, Soccer volley,  heading game. Fun & Games
25 F003 Tennis Soccer, volley and defensive clearing game. Fun & Games
26 F004 Steal A Ball Game, dribbling and shielding game. Fun & Games
27 F005 Four Ball Game, collecting and stealing balls. Fun & Games
28 F006 Piggy Back Soccer, fun game Fun & Games
29 F007 Arm in Arm Dribbling, warm up fun game Fun & Games
30 F008 Cricket Soccer, the passing, power passing Fun & Games
31 F009 Arm in Arm Game, using one ball to build teamwork. Fun & Games
32 B015 Attacking breaking wide Ball Skills
33 B066 Attacking Line Pass & Wide Play Ball Skills
34 B001 Attacking Pressure Shooting Ball Skills
35 B057 Attacking Shooting From Long Range Ball Skills
36 B055 Attacking The Line Ball Skills
37 B065 Crossing Advanced Crosses Ball Skills
38 B016 Crossing Long Floated Shot Ball Skills
39 B036 Crossing Simple Crosses For Headers Ball Skills
40 B074 Crossing Working Deep Crosses Ball Skills
41 B010 Defending Beating The Back Four Ball Skills
42 B011 Defending Beating The Offside Trap Ball Skills
43 B070 Defending Blind Runs to the Far Post Ball Skills
44 B007 Defending Block Tackle & Dribbling Ball Skills
45 B072 Defending breaking wide Ball Skills
46 B061 Defending Clearing Under Pressure Ball Skills
47 B062 Defending Playing  Behind Defenders Ball Skills
48 B008 Defending The Line Ball Skills
49 B041 Dribbling 1 v 1 pressure Ball Skills
50 B039 Dribbling 3v3v3 Continuous Game Ball Skills
51 B067 Dribbling 5 v 5 Pass Dribbling Game Ball Skills
52 B042 Dribbling Basic Dribbling 1 v 1 Ball Skills
53 B014 Dribbling Pass Defend Drill Ball Skills
54 B059 Dribbling The Numbers Game Ball Skills
55 B069 Dribbling Variations Ball Skills
56 B073 Goalkeeper Dealing with Crosses Ball Skills
57 B063 Goalkeeper Long Floated Shot Ball Skills
58 B005 Goalkeeper One Goal Game Ball Skills
59 B003 Heading Tennis 1 Ball Skills
60 B052 Heading Tennis 2 Ball Skills
61 B071 Midfield Blind Runs to the Far Post Ball Skills
62 B018 Passing 3 Player Line Passing Ball Skills
63 B058 Passing 3 v 3 v 3 Mini Game Ball Skills
64 B004 Passing 3v1 Simple Line Pass Ball Skills
65 B053 Passing Pressure Pass & Lay Off Ball Skills
66 B040 Passing The Snake Ball Skills
67 B009 Passing Through The Gap Ball Skills
68 B002 Passing Through The Gate Ball Skills
69 B054 Passing Triangle Ball Skills
70 B035 Passing Wall of China Ball Skills
71 B047 Passing Wall Pass Mini Grid Ball Skills
72 B006 Shooting  1 v1 Pressure Ball Skills
73 B056 Shooting Cutting In Shot Ball Skills
74 B048 Shooting Five Ball Shooting Ball Skills
75 B012 Shooting Pressure Fitness Drill Ball Skills
76 B068 Shooting From Long Range Ball Skills
77 B037 Shooting Pressure Shooting Turning Ball Skills
78 B064 Shooting The Pressure Grid Ball Skills
79 B017 Skills 3 Player 2 Ball Passing Ball Skills
80 B046 Skills Advanced Passing Ball Skills
81 B019 Skills Back Heel Pass Ball Skills
82 B029 Skills Back Heel Passing Ball Skills
83 B021 Skills Back Heel Turn Ball Skills
84 B051 Skills Ball Balancing Ball Skills
85 B050 Skills Ball Juggling Ball Skills
86 B043 Skills Ball Juggling in pairs Ball Skills
87 B044 Skills Basic Push Pass Ball Skills
88 B028 Skills Cross Over Heel Pass Ball Skills
89 B027 Skills Cutting Wide Drill Ball Skills
90 B024 Skills Dribbling Inside Foot Ball Skills
91 B025 Skills Dribbling Outside Foot Ball Skills
92 B026 Skills In & Out Dribbling Ball Skills
93 B031 Skills Inside Heel Pass Ball Skills
94 B013 Skills Magic Box Skill Drills Ball Skills
95 B060 Skills Receiving The Ball Grid Ball Skills
96 B020 Skills Side Step Dummy Ball Skills
97 B022 Skills Sole Of Boot Pass Ball Skills
98 B030 Skills Step Over & Pass Ball Skills
99 B034 Skills Stopping The Ball Ball Skills
100 B023 Skills Taking On Players Ball Skills
101 B045 Skills The Power Drive Ball Skills
102 B049 Skills Trapping The Ball Ball Skills
103 B032 Skills Turn & Pass Drill Ball Skills
104 B038 Skills Turning Under Pressure Ball Skills
105 B033 Skills Two Ball Simple Line Pass Ball Skills
106 M064 Attacking and defending 2 v 2 with the goalie Match Practice
107 M040 Attacking Beating The Offside Trap Match Practice
108 M001 Attacking Blind Runs to the Far Post Match Practice
109 M004 Attacking Blind Runs to the Far Post Match Practice
110 M010 Attacking Dealing With Deep Crosses Match Practice
111 M031 Attacking From Deep Match Practice
112 M046 Attacking From Switch Play Match Practice
113 M048 Attacking from wide Using the midfield and width Match Practice
114 M067 Attacking Line Pass & Wide Play Match Practice
115 M069 Attacking Overlapping Runners Match Practice
116 M018 Attacking Passing Through The Middle Match Practice
117 M015 Attacking Switches From Deep Match Practice
118 M005 Attacking the goalkeeper turning central defenders Match Practice
119 M013 Attacking The Wall Pass In Attack Match Practice
120 M003 Attacking turning 2 v 2 attacking and defending Match Practice
121 M045 Attacking using Overlapping Fullbacks Match Practice
122 M022 Attacking using the centre forward Match Practice
123 M002 Attacking wide of the penalty area   Match Practice
124 M050 Attacking wingers covering the Far Post for crosses Match Practice
125 M009 Attacking Working Goal Line Crosses Match Practice
126 M049 Attacking working Near Post moves Match Practice
127 M068 Beating The Offside Trap Match Practice
128 M020 Crossing Lay Off for Strikers Match Practice
129 M063 Crossing Wing Play Match Practice
130 M052 Defence the line pass and cross Match Practice
131 M057 Defending 2 v 2 Full Pitch Match Practice
132 M065 Defending and attacking 2 v 2 with the goalie Match Practice
133 M058 Defending attacks turning central defenders Match Practice
134 M055 Defending Blind Runs to the Far Post Match Practice
135 M041 Defending Dealing With Attacks Down The Middle Match Practice
136 M060 Defending Dealing With Deep Crosses Match Practice
137 M047 Defending Line Clearing Match Practice
138 M035 Defending One Goal Match Practice
139 M070 Defending Overlapping Runners Match Practice
140 M011 Defending Playing Out The Back Four Match Practice
141 M028 Defending Pressure Grid Match Practice
142 M053 Defending pressure grid Match Practice
143 M017 Defending Slide Tackling Shooting Match Practice
144 M027 Defending Sudden Breaks Match Practice
145 M039 Defending -The Role of the Sweeper Match Practice
146 M061 Defending The Wall Pass In Attack Match Practice
147 M054 Defending Turning in attack 2 v 2 attacking and defending Match Practice
148 M043 Defending using Zonal Defence Match Practice
149 M007 Defending Wide Attacks Match Practice
150 M059 Defending Working Goal Line Crosses Match Practice
151 M066 Defending working the Offside Trap Match Practice
152 M056 Goalkeeper Attacking turning central defenders Match Practice
153 M021 Goalkeeper dealing with corners Match Practice
154 M062 Goalkeeper dealing with Wing Play and Crosses Match Practice
155 M016 Goalkeeper Wingers Line Pass & Cross Match Practice
156 M036 Goalkeeping 2 on 2 Attack Defend Match Practice
157 M044 Midfield building attacks from the back Match Practice
158 M037 Midfield Creating Space for Striker Roles Match Practice
159 M038 Midfield Diversions For Blind Run Match Practice
160 M008 Midfield In Attack Match Practice
161 M030 Midfield In Attack Match Practice
162 M026 Midfield Lay Off For strikers Match Practice
163 M029 Midfield play Match Practice
164 M033 Midfield Support Back Four Match Practice
165 M023 Midfield Through Ball Match Practice
166 M032 Midfield Through Ball Match Practice
167 M019 Midfield Turning Defenders Grid Match Practice
168 M051 Passing Line Pass & Wide Play2 Match Practice
169 M024 Shooting The Knock Back Match Practice
170 M034 Strikers Creating Space Match Practice
171 M012 Strikers Holding The Ball Match Practice
172 M042 Strikers Predicting Play Match Practice
173 M025 Strikers Switching Match Practice
174 M014 Strikers Working Wide Play Match Practice
175 G001 Ball Control passing, heading and dribbling 5 v 5 Games
176 G002 Man For Man Marking Game Games
177 G003 Defending - Dribbling, tackling grid 3 v 4 & 4 v 3 Games
178 G004 All In The Half Game, team game Games
179 G005 Defending Playing for time, team game Games
180 G006 Second Defender, support play Games
181 G007 Four Goal Game, awareness and team work grid Games
182 G008 Olde English Football Game - time on the ball, building confidence. Games
183 G009 Non Stop Game, pressure team passing, beating a square defence. Games
184 G010 Back Pass Chip the ball Game Games
185 G011 Draw A Player, game Games
186 G012 Long Pass Soccer Game Games
187 G013 All touch soccer game Games
188 G014 Man for Man soccer game Games
189 G015 Two Touch Soccer Game Games
190 G016 Wingers Free Game Games
191 G017 Silent Soccer Game, learning about good calling off the ball Games
192 G018 Minefield Game, learning about passing into space. Games
193 G019 Uneven Teams Game, using space and holding the ball. Games
194 G020 High Ball Game, volleying and chipping. Games
195 G021 Low Ball Game, passing and dribbling game. Games
196 G022 Touch (tag) Soccer Game, learning about space Games
197 G023 Free Player Calling Game Games
198 G024 One Touch Soccer Games
199 G025 All England Soccer Game, all passes forward Games
200 G026 Attacking From Switch Play.doc  
201 G027 The Heading Game.doc  
202 S001 Set Piece Drill, Defenders roles and set piece play. Set Piece
203 S002 Free Kick, Lay off (close to goal kick) Set Piece
204 S003 Free Kick, Back Heel (medium distance from goal) Set Piece
205 S004 Free Kick,  (Fairly Deep Kick) Set Piece
206 S005 Free Kick, Wide runner (close but wide of goal) Set Piece
207 S006 Free Kick, Double lay off (Deep Free Kick) Set Piece
208 S007 Set Piece, The Long throw in  (Deep mid pitch) Set Piece
209 S008 Set Piece, Corners, Short Lay Off 1 Set Piece
210 S009 Set Piece, Corners  Far Post Set Piece
211 S010 Set Piece, Corners, Deep Lay Off Set Piece
212 S011 Set Piece The Kick Off Set Piece
213 S012 Set Piece, The Standard Stop & Shot Set Piece
214 S013 Set Piece - The Runners turning the central defenders Free Kick Set Piece
215 S014 Set Piece, The Long throw in Set Piece
216 S015 Set Piece, Corner - Sardines Set Piece
217 S016 Set Piece, Free Kick - Direct - Clear the box Set Piece
218 S017 Set Piece, Far Post Cross - Practising the set piece. Set Piece
219 S018 Throw In Variation Set Piece
220 S019 Set Piece - Free Kick - Back to Goal shot Set Piece
221 S020 Set Piece Deep Free Kick Set Piece
222 A001 Pressure Grid - Assessment.doc Assessments/Fitness
223 A002 Magic Box Grids.doc Assessments/Fitness
224 A003 Overlapping Pass & Fitness.doc Assessments/Fitness
225 A004 Variable Paced Run.doc Assessments/Fitness
226 A005 Line Sprints for Fitness.doc Assessments/Fitness
227 A006 Speed Passing Fitness Run.doc Assessments/Fitness
228 A007 Circle Sprints.doc Assessments/Fitness
229 A008 First To Ball Wins.doc Assessments/Fitness
230 A009 Speed Beep Test.doc Assessments/Fitness
231 A010 Dribble & Shot Assessment.doc Assessments/Fitness
232 A011 Pass & sprint Drill.doc Assessments/Fitness
233 A012 Shooting & Fitness Drills.doc Assessments/Fitness
234 A013 Variable Running.doc Assessments/Fitness
235 A014 Shooting & Fitness Wide.doc Assessments/Fitness
236 A015 The Numbers Game.doc Assessments/Fitness
237 A016 Pro Line Sprints for Fitness.doc Assessments/Fitness
238 A017 Pro Speed Passing Fitness Run.doc Assessments/Fitness
239 W007 Warm Up / Down Chart Assessments/Fitness

 

ball Level 1 ball Level 2 ball Level 3 ball Level 4 ball Starter Spreadsheet

How to set up Sessions Generator

Here is where you select the grids that you wish to use, the best way to start is to copy the Level sample for your age group, then look at the existing selections and change them as you see fit. Here is how to do it, OPEN one of the Sessions Samples (Level 1, Level 2, Level 3 or Level 4)

You have selected Level 3 and can now choose the sessions (all 200+ grids will be shown) but highlighted on the left are those suitable for Level 3 shown as L3 a guide.

In Session 2 I have selected Grid W015 Dribbling Angle Grids as a Warm Up using No 1 as the warm up grid selected

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You can choose grids concentrating on Attacking, Defending, Midfield, Goalkeeping, Shooting, Passing, Crossing, Fitness, Dribbling or Heading by simply using a number in your selection area (shown below Number 5 shows all the grids suitable for Attacking), However most grids will use a combination of skills.

Use the Spreadsheet T025 Sessions Planner Skills.xls

Once I have made my selections I can look at the Sessions print out

A TYPICAL SESSIONS LAYOUT

This is the print page for session 1 of Level 4 The Count shows if you have selected a grid, The section is Warm Ups, Ball Skills, Assessment etc, and the lookup looks at your selection and brings up the file information so that you can print the files for your session. The Time is what you set for each routine with a suggested time for the routine. Depending on how long you weekly session is you can adjust or remove some grids.

session L4

Session Explanations
1. Pre Warm Up is where you are waiting for players to assemble on the park. Rather than let the keen ones stand around, I have some fun routines  that get the players started. As the group gets bigger and the session time arrives you should have all the players doing a pre warm up routine. These should be light sessions but some are quite important for the following sessions.
2. The stretching (G191) is important and should be devised specifically for soccer. It should cover sitting and standing stretches of various muscle groups. If it is wet use standing stretches only. Note: In the following you should stretch only after a Warm Up (lap of the oval etc. - never stretch cold muscles).
3. The Warm Up is designed to get the core temperature up so that players are ready to start the Skill Developments or Match Practice. When a light sheen appears on a player's forehead you have core temperature. This is sometimes an introductory grid or routine for the session ahead.
4. The Skill Developments is a fitness/skills component with various soccer ball skills involved. In many instances it will provide a basis for the Match Practice by developing passing,  dribbling,  shooting, etc. skills that may follow in the Match Practice. It may however just be a drill that covers another aspect of the game or a fun skill's session.
Note:  If coaching Juniors (under 11) you may only need to use the Skill Developments. The Match Practice in most instances is the advance part of the session. In many sessions the Skill Developments used can often be reversed to develop either attacking or defending skills. It will depend on what element of coaching you want to concentrate on  as to how you use the drill. In many instances' players change places after each move and change from attacker to become the defender in the progress of the drill. I have found that this gives players a more encompassing view of the various aspects of each role.  However you may wish to modify the Skill Developments so that only attackers attack and defenders defend, depending on how many players you have at training.
5. The Match Routine is where we simulate the roles of players in game situations often in match play conditions or where more advanced techniques and skills are developed.   Here is where we develop defending, attacking, set pieces, etc. In senior teams this component is very important especially for premier league standard. You should split defenders, midfield and attackers into specific roles. When I move onto Match Practices I often insist on defenders being separate from midfield players and from  attacking players,  so that those particular skills are sharpened in simulated game roles. I also use the Match Practice to develop my strategies for that particular team.  Some of the Match Practice may be an extension of the Skill Developments and it is in these drills that you should concentrate on defenders v's attackers, etc.  There are many grids and drills to choose from and you may find that one routine suits your particular team strategy better than another.  You will need to select and mix grids from the appropriate folders and the following samples show you how I have put together my season.
6. The Game may reflect what we have been doing in our session. It is NEVER just a game! It is always conditioned and players should be developing skills in preparation for their normal league or cup fixtures. If you can get another person to supervise the game then this is YOUR opportunity to take out individuals for concentrated coaching.
7. The warm down is a very short segment but is very important. (G126 end) Is reduced stretching and a gradual cooling of the muscles using slow jogging and walking. It should be followed by a shower to relax the muscles completely.

Drinks: Have regular drinks breaks between each segment or at least one drinks break between the Skill Developments and Match Practice.

You may want to do several coaching sessions on the same theme or just do a fitness session and therefore leave out the Skill Developments or coaching routine. You may find some grids suit your purposes adequately and some do not work for you or your team. Initially it may take you longer to see how the routine works so walk it through so that you and your players know what is going to happen, what your targets are and what roles each player will play.

The following sessions are set out in a sequence that might be used for a professional or senior team during a season. Some sessions such as fitness or set pieces will not follow the session sequence shown above.

these drills are aimed at giving soccer coaches a starting point to thier season and to offer developments in most grids so that you the coach can set the level of skill required. In the word files you can add or modify the drill to suit your needs or improve on the basic concept. Use the planning sheet to prepare your session.

In the sessions belowI have used 6 weeks for pre season (12 sessions) then the season begins 14 weeks (28 sessions)

a total of 20 weks you may wish to modify this according to your team.

Sessions Level

Suitable For

Explanations

Level

1

Is suitable for Junior players up to about 11 and includes basic skill development and fun routines with lots of action and ball work.

A sample of 26 weekly sessions for Juniors is included (make a copy of the sample if you wish to make changes) and you can add more grids from other sections if your skill levels improve.

Level 1 Sample

Level

2

Is suitable for Youth up to about Under 16's and Women’s Teams and concentrates on Developing passing and dribbling and introduction to the skill techniques

A sample of 26 weekly sessions for Level 2 is included (make a copy of the sample if you wish to make changes) and you can mix and match with other grids from higher or lower levels, it is also an opportunity to start using the development elements in each grid.

Level 2 Sample

Level

3

Is suitable for Club Men’s Teams and Premier Ladies teams it it the broadest scope of skill development and brings in Match situations, player roles and high level ball control and development of tactics including set pieces

A sample of 26 weekly sessions for Club men and women teams is included (make a copy of the sample if you wish to make changes) and you should now be looking at the Phase ii sections of these grids or move onto some Level 4 grids.

Level 3 Sample

Level

4

Is suitable for Premier or Semi-Pro Teams at club or semi pro club level it concentrates on player roles extreme fitness and testing along with serious ball work

A sample of 26 weekly sessions for Semi-Pro teams is included , (make a copy of the sample if you wish to make changes) and you have access to other levels if you wish to develop your own area of need, i.e. you can select grids that concentrate of Forwards, Defence or Midfield or on crossing, shooting etc. Most of the grids start at Phase ii of previous grids.

Level 4 Sample

 

Club Team Men Pre Season Sample 1 Club Team Men Pre Season Sample 2
Week 1 Session 1 Time 120 min Week 1 Session 2 Time 120 min

1. Pre-warm up

10 Min

1. Pre-warm up

 

10 Min

2. Stretching exercises after lap of oval

10 Min 2. Stretching exercises after lap of oval 10 Min

3. Warm up

 

5 Min

3. Warm up
   

 

5 Min

4. Skill Developments

 

20 Min

4. Skill Developments
        

 

20 Min

5. Match Practice

 

20 Min

5. Match Practice
 

 

20 Min

6. Game
    

 

15 Min

6. Game

 

15 Min

7. Warm down

 

10 Min

End

7. Warm down

 

10 Min

End

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