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1 GLOBAL PREMIER SOCCER FUTSAL CURRICULUM U8 8 weeks Winter 05-06

2 GPS CURRICULUM METHODOLOGY U4 - U8 JUNIORS U9-U JUNIOR PREMIER U-U8 PREMIER 8+ 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 GPS - Futsal FORMATION At 5v5, teams will consist of goalkeeper, defender, midfielders and attacking player. - Players will be exposed to all roles in order to develop an understanding of playing in different s of the field. - Players will be encouraged to interchange positions during game play.

4 GPS - Futsal FORMATION - PLAYER MOVEMENT IN POSSESSION

5 GPS - Futsal FORMATION - PLAYER PASSING OPTIONS

6 GPS FUTSAL CURRICULUM INDEX Week - Week - Week - Week 4 - Week 5 - Week 6 - Week 7 - Week 8 - Ball Manipulation Ball Manipulation Turning Running with the ball Dribbling Passing & receiving Shooting Attacking with an overload

7 Week : Ball Manipulation TECHNICAL - Get as many orange or green cone as you can. - Picking up just orange or green, depending on what the coach call. - Stop the ball next to a cone, leave it there and go and find another ball (switch balls) TECHNICAL 5x5 yard box (set up if you need it). 8 orange and green cones inside. ball per player. Players have to dribble stop the ball with sole part, pick up the cone and drop in another spot. - Use pull backs and L turns to change direction Number races. teams have to compete to get back rst to the line performing the skills circuit. The coach will call a number and skill, players have to jump both feet the hurdles, and dribble to the cone, turn around and go back. - Dribbling just with right foot - Dribbling just with left foot - Dribbling with one hand on your head. - Dribbling with both hands on your head. teams in di erent colors with one ball per player. Players are dribbling around till the coach call one color. Every player without that color have to dribble towards one player with that color and touch him. Players with that colors must run away. : - Small touches. - Dissociate visual contact with lower body coordination. First player from each line dribbles to the central cone, around the cone and back to the group. Next person in line goes after have 5. - zig-zag circuit: toe taps (forward/backwards), foundations (forward/backwards), roll-over with both feet, inside-outside touch, inside dribble + L turning. - Stop and dribble the ball with sole part of feet. - Accelerate after turning - Keep your ball close - Keep your head up to see the free - Toe taps to the cone & dribble back - Foundations to the cone & dribble back - One foot - Inside/Outside to cone - dribble back - Dribble backwards - Let players be creative - Little touches - Keep ball close to feet - Use sole part for dribbling and passing

8 Week : Ball Manipulation TECHNICAL - Get as many orange or green cone as you can. - Picking up just orange or green, depending on what the coach call. - Stop the ball next to a cone, leave it there and go and find another ball (switch balls) TECHNICAL 5x5 yard box (set up if you need it). 8 orange and green cones inside. ball per player. Players have to dribble stop the ball with sole part, pick up the cone and drop in another spot. - Use pull backs and L turns to change direction - Each player has to find a partner and do it holding hands. Tagging players just use ball, instead if. - Set up or 4 small boxes where player can be safe. If other player gets in the box, previous one has to get out. 5x5 yard box (set up if you need it). ball per player. Chasing game, player has to tag with the pinnie the other players and than switch role. We re going to cause the other players dribble and turn and manipulate the ball much faster, under pressure. : - Use pull backs and L turns to change direction - Dribble with sole part (rolling over) - L turn each time you change direction - Different skills going back to the line (toe taps, foundations, toe taps backwards, scissors...) Ball manipulation circuit. st: zig-zag dribbling. Going to the right side (use outside of your right foot). Going to the left (use outside of your left foot). Stop the ball with sole part to change direction. nd: Pass with your inside part, receive with sole part, turn around and go back to the line. Switch the passing player when the line finishes. - Change direction using sole part - Red players without the ball are out. - Add more white players. - Allow red players to get the ball back from the goal but count how many goals white teams gets during - min. 0x0 yard with mini-goal. 0- players with ball, -4 without ball. White has to take the ball away from red and shot to the goal. Red player without the ball, stays inside the box to help his teammates. Switch white players when they finish. - Use different kind of change direction with sole part.

9 Week : Turning TECHNICAL - Dribble counter-clockwise - Dribble just with your weaker foot - Dribble backwards - Get the box, do 5 toe taps and go back to the circle - Last player that gets into the box is out TECHNICAL Players make a circle around the coach or a cone if you have to make more than circle. 4 boxes with 4 different colours around the circle. Players have to start dribbling with the sole part clockwise till the coach calls a colour and they have to get that box ASAP. - Let them realise which is the fastest way to turn and go into the box. - Change direction with the ball in front of you. - Change direction with the ball behind you. - Use the opposite foot of the direction you are going to turn. - Use just inside part of your feet - Create a competition between two groups 7x7 yard boxes with cone in the middle and one players on each space. 4 outside players waiting to switch. Players must dribble right-left-center and back to the middle and than switch. Focus on the change of direction with the sole part. You can set up cones behing the outside player to perfom footwork while waiting. : - Dribble with your head up, scanning the - Change direction as quick as possible - Turn around the cone - Turn stopping the ball just in front of the cone - Change the distribution of cones to create new turnings - Create a competition between two teams Red and White 4 lines of players that perfom the same circuit at the same time, to create a moment where the two players bump into and have to avoid each other. 60º turn in the first cone and zig-zag till get the opposite line. - Dribble with your head up, to avoid the player in front of you - Change direction with right foot if you re going to the right and use left if you re going to the left. - Double goal if your team score after more than 5 passes. 5x0 yard field with two futsal goals. 4v4. passes in a row before score. Switch teams each goals or min. - Without possession create an angle - Use different change of direction with sole part. - Receive with your sole part

10 Week 4: Running with the ball TECHNICAL - Player who leads run backwards and is the player with the ball who has to tell him where to go. - Player who dribbles goes backwards. TECHNICAL Working in pairs, red players run around the space while white players follow them as close as possible running with the ball. Use the sole part to dribble. Switch roles after min. to know where is your partner going and where are the other players - Each player has to find a partner and do it holding hands. Tagging players just use ball, instead if. - Set up or 4 small boxes where player can be safe. If other player gets in the box, previous one has to get out. 5x5 yard box (set up if you need it). ball per player. Chasing game, player has to tag with the pinnie the other players and then switch role. We re going to cause the other players dribble and turn and manipulate the ball much faster, under pressure. : - Use pull backs and L turns to change direction - Change the wat they have to dribble into the box: sole, outside, weaker foot, backwards... - Change the order of the players to compete against others. - First who score gets double point. - Leave just one ball in the middle that way just the first to arrive can score. Two small goals, one small box with balls in the middle and gates. Players must run with the ball into the box, stop this and switch it for one of the others, take that and shoot before crossing the gate in the opposite goal. Set up two s if it s needed - Stop the ball with sole part - Double goal if your team score after from your half to the other instead of getting there passing the ball. 5x0 yard field with two futsal goals. 4v4. passes in a row before score. Switch teams each goals or min. - Without possession create an angle - Use different change of direction with sole part. - Receive with your sole part

11 Week 5: Dribbling TECHNICAL - Show them moves and combination like: Double scissor, roullette, elastico, dragging+ scissor... - When the coach call Switch everybody have to switch box, the last one has to show us a new trick. TECHNICAL 5x5 yard box with plenty of cones inside. Players are dribbling around looking for empty cone where ejecute a v move. Create as many boxes as you need with 6-8 players in each one. Let the players be creative and pratice different moves. Encourage them to try new things. to know where is the empty cone. - After ejecute the move change direction as quick as possible v competition. Defender pass to attacker who has to get the opposite end zone. - Previous touches before dribbles with the sole part - Add cones on the side so when they are going to the line have to dribble in the other side that they did before. One line in front of another one. The players must drive till find the perfect timing to dribble in the same way, so one will go right and the other left. Use: Scissor right/left, double scissor, roulette and roll over+ step over. : - Timing - Accelerate after the dribbling 5x0 yard field with two futsal goals. 4v4. passes in a row before score. Switch teams each goals or min. - Switch roles Attacking - Defending - After 5min, attacker who has more point moves to the next level to compete against other defenders. -Speed of approach to make the move. - Dribble with your head up to be aware how is the defender positioning - Change direction as quick as possible after the dribbling. - Double goal if your team scores after v situation in the opposite half. - Without possession create an angle - Use different change of direction with sole part. - Receive with your sole part

12 Week 6: Passing and receiving TECHNICAL - Change the combination - touch - Dynamic movements: receiving right/left side of the cone - Two balls at the same time starting on and TECHNICAL - First touch finish - Create a competiton with another group to see who scores first. Distance depends on the level. Passing combination: # ->-> -> 4. Players rotate clockwise each min. You can adapt numbers adding - more players per cone. - Proper weight and accuracy of passing. - Open body shape to receive with the sole part - Counter-movement (set to receive) - Communication (eye contact) Distance depends on the level. # pass to 4, 4 pass back to who pass into the space for. Then the ball starts in 4 to do the same passing combination but in the opposite way. Players do the rotation on their right. If the level is low, avoid the rotation in each play, and switch each min. - Proper weight and accuracy of passing. - Open body shape to receive with the sole part - Counter-movement (set to receive) - Communication (eye contact) - Center player receive with the closest foot. - Center player receive with the farthest foot. - touch using inside part of foot to receive - Double goal if your team gets 4 passes before score. 4 players in each drill. Distance depends on the level. Pass and follow. Passing triangle combination to support your teammate.# pass to - pass to - pass to (who has occupaid the middle spot). You can adapt numbers to add more players, but do it without rotation. : - Proper weight and accuracy of passing. - Open body shape to receive with the sole part - Communication 5x0 yard field with two futsal goals. 4v4. passes in a row before score. Switch teams each goals or min. - Without possession create an angle - Use different change of direction with sole part. - Receive with your sole part

13 Week 7: Shooting - Change footwork each time all players finish - Pass/shot with weaker foot - Compete against the other groups. TECHNICAL Create a ladder in each line with cones. Footwork skills + S dribble through the cones + pass ( simulating an inside shot) through cones + player who waits behind the cones pass back. The other leaves the ball on the same place and run back to have 5 with the next player and start again. Rotate the player behind cones each time all players finish. - Speed of ejecution on dribbling - Weight of passing/shooting TECHNICAL - Race: First player to score gains a point for their team - Try toe surface to shoot as a good resource in Futsal Distance depends on the level. Split into two teams, starting either side of the cones. First player in the line dribbles the ball down the channel and perform a fake & take move through the gate to then shoot for goal. : - Keep ball close to allow change of direction - Accelerate after last change of direction - Big touch through gate to allow quick shot - Look for top or bottom corners - Add pinnies on the top corners and cones on the bottom corners to improve accuracy and get points. Groups of 4 players. different type of passes, for different type of finishes. st with laces (pass next to the post) nd with inside part (from a cross) rd laces/outside volley (player on behind throws the ball) Adapt your body to finish ASAP. - Open body shape to kick the ball - Lean your body forward in order to get a good high. - Kick the ball in the middle - Take a quick look at the goal before shooting. - Add two mini-goals on both halfs where the team can score with a st touch finish. 5x0 yard field with two futsal goals. 4v4. passes in a row before score. Switch teams each goals or min. - Without possession create an angle - Use different change of direction with sole part. - Receive with your sole part

14 Week 8: Attacking with an overload TECHNICAL - Change the cones for one real defender and rotate this each min. TECHNICAL Undestanding of wall pass. Distance among lines depend on the level. Player with the ball dribbles till cones (simulate defender), pass and receives to pass forward again. The same sequence starts again from the other side. Check how players rotate. - Timing: - to give and go - to pass into the space and don t delay the run - Proper weight and accuracy of passing - Speed of ejecution - Add one mini-goal on each side with cone to score instead of dribble through the end zone. 7x7 yard with two end zones. v+. Create a competition with different levels. To get a point has to dribble into the end zone and stop the ball. Change the role each (defender, attacker, neutral). : - Keep your head up to see your teammate and defender moves - Use wall pass principals from the last drill. - Decision making: pass or dribble? depending on the defender - Mix up colour and number combinations x40 yard with a goal at each end. Split into two teams with each team starting in opposite corners of the. Coach will have four colour cones. (Red, Blue, Orange, Yellow) Each team must associate a colour with a number (e.g... red = ) They will not tell the other team which colour they associate with which number, meaning both teams should be different. When coach holds up that colour cone, the number associated with that colour for each team is the amount of players who can enter the playing. This will create random games of any combination. For example: v, 4v, v. - Decision making depending on the situation - Comunication with your teammates - Split the field into halfs. Two attackers of the team without possession cannot defend, to create a 4v situation - After 5 of play, if the team with possession hasn t scored, another defender comes in 4v. 5x0 yard field with two futsal goals. 4v4. passes in a row before score. Switch teams each goals or min. - Without possession create an angle - Use different change of direction with sole part. - Receive with your sole part

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