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1 GLOBAL PREMIER SOCCER 2014 CURRICULUM ANDOVER YS U11 - U12 CURRICULUM 10 WEEK TRAINING PROGRAM

2 GPS CURRICULUM METHODOLOGY U4 - U8 JUNIORS U9-U12 JUNIOR PREMIER U13-U18 PREMIER 18+ PREMIER Player Evaluation & Assessment FUN-Damental Practice to develop PRACTICE TO COMPETE PRACTICE TO WIN AIM: To allow players of all ages and abilities, to develop to their full potential, in an ENJOYABLE, CHALLENGING and POSITIVE environment. OBJECTIVES: Create a clear and simple pathway for player development. Always keep the player at the centre of the development process. Allow players as much active time with a ball each as possible. Teach the principles of the game. Teach roles not positions. Acknowledge that players will learn and develop at different speeds. To keep a fresh and current outlook on the changes in young player development. Create a deep and underlying passion for the sport of soccer at all ages.

3 SCORE METHODOLOGY GPS recommends that all practice sessions follow the S.C.O.R.E. method: SIMPLE. Stick to one theme during your practice session. Choose 2 or 3 core coaching points and reinforce them throughout the session. CHALLENGING. Ensure that the players are posed problems that they need to find solutions to. Provide guidance and help when they need it. ORGANISED. Plan every detail of your session - how many players, space and equipment. Ensure that your sessions have the appropriate pace and progression to challenge all of your players. RELEVANT. Ensure that the exercises in your session are relevant to the game. ENJOYABLE. The players should walk away from every practice having thoroughly enjoyed the session and learning at least one new aspect of the game. KEY PLAYER MOVEMENT WITH THE BALL PLAYER MOVEMENT WITHOUT THE BALL MOVEMENT OF THE BALL (PASS / SHOT)

4 GPS CURRICULUM LEARNS AT U11 - U12 TECHNICAL PASSING - USING BOTH FEET (INSIDE & OUTSIDE) - COMBINATION PLAY (GIVE & GO) CONTROL - A,B,C S AWARENESS, BODY SHAPE & CONTROL - RECEIVING WITH SOLE OF FOOT - RECEIVING TO ATTACK - RECEIVING IN TIGHT AREAS - RECEIVING AERIAL BALL PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPING SKILL OF ANTICIPATION SENSE OF BELONGING AND BEING VALUED MAKING BETTER DECISIONS DEVELOPING BETTER AWARENESS OF TEAM PLAY DRIBBLING - RECOGNISING SPACE / HEAD UP ATTACKING - 1v1, 2v1, 2v2, 3v2 - COMBINING AROUND PENALTY AREA TACTICAL PLAYING OUT FROM THE BACK UNDERSTAND PLAYER ROLES & PLAYER ROTATION UNDERSTANDING DIFFERENCES BETWEEN DEFENCE & ATTACK PHYSICAL ALL PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT DONE WITH A BALL INTRODUCTION TO SAQ

5 GPS CURRICULUM METHODOLOGY SESSION STRUCTURE FOR U11 - U12 SESSION LENGTH - 75 MINUTES TECHNICAL WARM UP - 20 MINUTES TECHNICAL PRACTICE - 25 MINUTES SMALL SIDED GAME (8v8) - 30 MINUTES All sessions will end with a 8v8 Game. A 8v8 game will be played in an area of 70x50 yards. Alter the method of scoring: - Stop the ball on the endline with sole of foot - Dribble through corner gates - Scoring a goal Ensure that substitutes are rotated frequently in order for everyone to experience playing.

6 GPS CURRICULUM INDEX INDEX Week 1 - Week 2 - Week 3 - Week 4 - Week 5 - Week 6 - Week 7 - Week 8 - Week 9 - Week 10 - Dribbling & Close Control Dribbling & SAQ Dribbling With Change Of Direction Dribbling & Ball Protection 1v1 Moves 1v1s/2v1s 1v1 & 2v2s Attacking 2v1s Shooting Shooting

7 WEEK ONE: Dribbling - Close Control TECHNICAL WARM UP (20mins) - Pinny Tag 10x10 yard area Each player has a pinny tucked into their shorts. 1 player (highlighted) will try and grab as many pinnies as possible. 1 point for each pinny. Once a pinny has been taken, it is dropped on the floor so player can re-join the game. Players move around the area trying to keep away from all other players. Add another catcher Each player now has a ball : Move into space Keep ball close to feet TACTICAL (25mins): Straight Lines v Zig Zags 10x15 yard area with cones along the width of the area Split onto two teams. Reds start on the short side, whites start on the long side. The red team must dribble their ball from east to west. White team dribble north to south but must zig zag the dribble. Start players on all sides with same rules Switch team sides. Add a defender in the area who tries to touch the top of any ball with the sole of their foot. 1 Point for each ball touched. Attackers 1 point for every successful dribble to the other side. : Slow in traffic Speed up into space SMALL SIDED GAME (30mins) - 8v8-4 Goal Dribbling Game Corner Goal Game 70x50 yard area (8v8) Communication - Verbal or visual Move off ball to create opportunity to receive pass. 8v8 teams play Create a goal in each corner 3 yards wide. Each team attack and defend 2 goals. To score players must dribble the ball through the goal.

8 WEEK TWO: Dribbling & SAQ TECHNICAL WARM UP (20mins): Dribbling Create 5x10 yard channels with SAQ exercise either side Each player has a ball and dribbles the ball to the opposite side of the channel and stops the ball on the end line. Each player now moves up into the next channel and dribbles a new ball across to the opposite end line and repeats. The pair at the top channel move through the SAQ exercise and back to the first channel to repeat the circuit. Vary SAQ exercise Switch balls halfway in each channel before stopping ball on end line Dribble to keep the ball close Different parts of the foot to move the ball Accelerate away TACTICAL (25mins): 1v1 3 goal game Create a 25x20 yard area. On the longer sides of the area place three 3 yard wide goals. Split into two teams who start either side of the coach. First player from each team will run around the area through the first goal on coach s command. Coach will pass the ball into one of the players. Player tries to beat defender and dribble ball through a goal. If defender wins ball they try dribble through three goals on opposite side. Give each set of goals a number 1,2 or 3. Coach calls a number and players must run through that number goal before ball is passed into area. 2v2 3v3 Positivity Dribble at speed Head up to find spare gate Turn an attack other gate if defender blocks space SMALL SIDED GAME (30mins) - 8v8 70x50 yard area Both teams play Communication - Verbal or visual Move off ball to create opportunity to receive pass.

9 WEEK THREE: Dribbling With Change Of Direction TECHNICAL WARM UP (20mins): Box Tag 25x25 yard area with 3x3 boxes inside the area One player is a tagger and must try and tag players on the back to gain a point. If tagged player must stand with feet apart. Other players must crawl through tagged players legs to get them back into the game. The boxes are safe zones but players can only be in the zone for 3 seconds. Play without soccer balls involved. Each player has a ball Dribble to keep the ball close Different parts of the foot to move the ball Accelerate away TACTICAL (25mins): Box to Box 25x25 yard area with 3x3 boxes inside the area Each player has a ball and dribbles around inside the area and through as many squares as possible. Only 1 person in a square at a time. How many squares can you go through in 1 minute Players must turn change direction inside the square Add 1 player as a tagger who can not go into the squares. If tagged player must freeze on the spot until high 5 d by another player to be free. Boxes are safe zones for 5 seconds. Dribble to keep the ball close Different parts of the foot to move the ball Accelerate away SMALL SIDED GAME (30mins) - 8v8 70x50 yard area Both teams play Communication - Verbal or visual Move off ball to create opportunity to receive pass.

10 WEEK FOUR: Dribbling & Ball Protection TECHNICAL WARM UP (20mins) - Protect your castle 15x15 yard area Each player has a cone and a ball. Players place cones on outside of area with ball on top. 2 defenders try and knock the ball off the top of the cones. Players try and protect only their ball. Defenders work in pairs, defending team who knock all the balls off the quickest win. Players can now dribble the ball around inside the area. : Use sole of foot and body to protect ball TACTICAL (25mins) - Ball Protection 15x15 yard area In small groups or pairs, the front player leads the others. The following players must copy the movements of the leader Take turns so everyone has a chance at being the leader. Player 1 now has a ball and must dribble the ball. Player 2 follows. When coach shouts go player 2 must try and win the ball and player 1 must try and protect it. Player who has the ball after 1 minute gains a point. Use body to protect the ball SMALL SIDED GAME (35mins) - 8v8 70x50 yard area (8v8) 8v8 teams play Create 4 10x10 boxes in each corner. Teams score by getting the ball into a corner box and holding the ball in the zone for 4 seconds. First team to score in all for zone wins Make play directional with teams attacking 2 zones and defending 2 zones.

11 WEEK FIVE:1v1moves TECHNICAL WARM UP (20mins): 1v1 Moves Create a 20x20 yard square with 15x15 square inside. Each player has a ball and dribbles in the outside square. When a player enters the middle square they must perform 3 moves before going back to the larger square. Add defender to the middle square who must try and touch the top of any ball with the bottom of their foot. Attackers must try and perform 3 moves in the middle square without defender touching their ball. 1 point for every 3 moves. Defender gains 1 point for every touch of a ball with sole of foot. : Keep ball close Inside/outside/sole of foot to manipulate ball TACTICAL (25mins): Dribbling Gates 25x25 yard area. Give each player 2 cones and have them make a mini goal anywhere inside the area. Players race their dribble the ball inside the area through as many gates as possible. Turn back through each goal you go through using sole of foot. Figure of 8 through each gate. 1v1 move as you pass through gate Keep ball close and within reach of feet Head up to see where your going Accelerate once through a goal SMALL SIDED GAME (30mins) - 8v8-1v1 End Zone Game 70x50 yard area (8v8) 8v8 teams play Create 2 end zones of 20 yards. In each end zone have 1 defender. Defender can not leave the zone. All other players start in central area. 1 attacker can enter the attacking zone once the ball has gone into the zone to create a 1v1. Ball can be passed or dribbled in. Defender looks to win possession and start an attack. Add GKs Communication - Verbal or visual Move off ball to create opportunity to receive pass.

12 WEEK SIX: 1v1s/2v1s TECHNICAL WARM UP (20mins) - 1v1 15x50 yard area divided into 15x10 channels Players work in pairs in a channel with one ball pair channel. One player starts with the ball and passes it across to their partner. Receiving player attacks 1v1 to score in opponents goal. Attacker must cross halfway cones before shooting. If defender wins ball they attack other goal. TACTICAL (25mins): 1v1/2v1 15x50 yard area divided into 15x10 channels Players now work as a team. Team 1 (white) start with a ball each and pass across to team 2 (red) team 1 must stay in their channel and defend the goal. Team 2, once the pass is received can go into any channel with the ball and score in any goal. Must be past half way cones to shoot. Once your ball is out you can help another team mate to score. If defender steals ball they try and score in goal in their channel. SMALL SIDED GAME (30mins) - 8v8 70x50 yard area Both teams play First player to 3 points wins : Change of speed or direction to beat defender Use a move to beat defender Have 3 attacks each, team with most points wins : Change of speed or direction to beat defender Use a move to beat defender Head up to spot open goal Communication - Verbal or visual Move off ball to create opportunity to receive pass.

13 WEEK SEVEN: 1v1 & 2v2 TECHNICAL WARM UP (20mins)- Passing Combinations 44x22 yard area with 3x3x3 triangles randomly placed in the area. All players work inside the area. Half the players with a ball. Players with a ball dribble inside the area. Players without a ball : Open body shape to receive on back foot. Quality first touch into space. Drive at triangle and recognize when to play around triangle and when to play through TACTICAL (25mins) - Ball Protection 12x25 yard area Create 2v1 in one half and 1v1 in other half with GKs. An attacker starts with a ball in each half and starts practice by passing to attacker in other half. Players receive and turn to attack defender to goal. Attacker in 1v1 attempts to retain possession or score. If 2 A s score, one can join A in other half to create 2v1. If defenders win possession they try and score in same goal and A s try and win ball back. SMALL SIDED GAME (30mins) - 8v8 70x50 yard area Both teams play Players now work in pairs. with a ball. Pairs look to pass ball through each triangle. Pairs now look to play wall pass through the triangles One pair now become defenders and try and stand in any triangle to prevent other teams passing through them. Pairs look to play a wall pass around the triangle if a defender prevent a 1-2 being played through the triangle. (top right of diagram) Defenders gain 1 point for preventing pair playing 1-2 through a triangle, 2 points if they can intercept a 1-2 around a triangle. Player 1 now has a ball and must dribble the ball. Player 2 follows. When coach shouts go player 2 must try and win the ball and player 1 must try and protect it. Player who has the ball after 1 minute gains a point. Use body to protect the ball Communication - Verbal or visual Move off ball to create opportunity to receive pass.

14 WEEK EIGHT: Attacking 2v1 TECHNICAL WARM UP (20mins): 2v1 Create a 24x25 yard area split into 4 boxes with a goal on the outside of each box Player work in pairs. 2 pairs start as defenders, one in each box. Defenders can t leave the box. Have a pair of attackers in each box with a ball creating 2v1 in each box. Teams must make 3 passes inside the box. Once 3 passes have been made they can move to a new box. First team to make 3 passes in each box wins. If defender steals the ball they try and dribble out through the goal in their box. If ball is stolen team start again. TACTICAL (25mins): 2v1 Attacking 12x25 yard area split in half Players now work in groups of 4 (2v2). One team have a player in each half starting on the end line, one team start on the half way line with a ball. Team on half way line will attack one defender and try and stop the ball on the end line for a point. Team then attacks other end If defender wins the ball they try and pass to team mate in other half to stop ball on other end line. Attacking team try and recover. If defending team score point they become attackers. SMALL SIDED GAME (30mins) - 8v8/11v11-2v1 End zone game 70x50 yard area (8v8) 60x100 yard area (11v11) 8v8 teams play v11 teams play Create 2 end zones of 20 yards. In each end zone have 1 defender and a GK. Defender can not leave the zone. All other players start in central area. 2 attackers can enter the attacking zone once the ball has gone into the zone. Ball can be passed or dribbled in. Defender looks to win possession and start an attack. Rotate defending teams. : Keep ball close Head up to look for pass Decision on if to pass or dribble Turn back through each goal you go through using sole of foot. Figure of 8 through each gate. 1v1 move as you pass through gate Keep ball close and within reach of feet Head up to see where your going Accelerate once through a goal Decision of when to penetrate into attacking zone. 2v1 Pass, shoot or dribble Timing of supporting run from midfield

15 WEEK NINE: Shooting WARM UP (20mins): Shooting 10x20 Yard area. Set out 3 sets of cones 10 yards apart every 10 yards from the goal. Have a player standing in between each set of cones. Player 1 starts with the ball. Player 3 will move to the left or right. Player 2 reacts off this movement and moves in the opposite direction (shown by blue arrows) P1 passes into P3. P3 sets the ball off for P2 to shoot for goal. P3 follows in shot. Players move forward to next set of cones and P3 joins back of line. Players must start centrally for each go. 1 Touch Play Add defender in middle zone between P2 & P3 to try and intercept pass or block shot. Quality of the pass and lay off to allow shot M.O.D.E - Movement- first touch to allow shot - Observe - goal keeper position - Decision - where and how to shoot - Execute - correct technique to shoot TACTICAL (25mins): Close Range Finishing 15x45 yard area divided into 2 15x20 yard areas. Teams of 3. Play 3v2 in each half with one attacking player in the central zone. Play begins with attacking player in central channel playing into an attacking player and joining to create 3v3. Offside applies and objective is to create goal scoring opportunities. If defending team win the ball they try and dribble and stop the ball into the central channel. Have 2 defenders man mark 2 of the attackers to encourage forward movement. Quick decision making Awareness of opponents position Clever & Creative play Pass or shoot SMALL SIDED GAME (30mins) - 8v8/11v11 70x50 yard area (8v8) 1 point for wide goals 3 points for central goal. 8v8 teams play Each team attack 3 goals and defend 3 goals.. GK must work to protect all 3 goals. Communication - Verbal or visual Move off ball to create opportunity to receive pass.

16 WEEK TEN: Shooting WARM UP (20mins): Squashers & Shooters 15x30 area split into three 10x15 channels Player 1 dribbles to opposite red cone. As player 1 is dribbling player 2 calls out squash At this point player 1 stops the ball with sole of foot (squashes the ball) and player 2 runs in to shoot first time to goal. Rotate groups Competition: Shooters v GK Shooters 1 point for each goal GK 1 point for each save Dribble to keep the ball close Different parts of the foot to move the ball Accelerate away TACTICAL(25mins): Shooting Speed Race 10x15 yard area with goal. Split into two teams, 5 yards from each goal post. Coach s starts opposite the goal. On coaches command first player from each line races out to the opposite cone through the central gate to try and be first to a ball passed into the area by the coach. Player who scores gets point for their team. Throw ball in the air into the game Number each player from each team and call out 1,2 or 3 numbers. Concentration of when its your go to race Speed when running Laces or inside of foot to shoot SMALL SIDED GAME (30mins) - 8v8/11v11-6 Goal Game - Wide Field 70x50 yard area (8v8) 8v8 teams play Have 3 goals on each of the longest sides of the field. Each team attacks and defends 3 goals. GKs defend one goal, 3 points if attacking team score past GK, 1 point for other goals. GK can now move and defend all 3 goals. Communication - Verbal or visual Move off ball to create opportunity to receive pass.

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