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1 GPS Curriculum 2016 Vacation Programs Technical Training Program u11 - u12

2 Daily Schedule DAILY STRUCTURE FOR TTP WARM UP/TECHNICAL 30 MINUTES 9.00am am PLAYER EVALUATION EXERCISE S 15 MINUTES 9.30am am TECHNICAL PRACTICE 30 MINUTES 9.45am am BREAK 15 MINUTES 10.30am am TECHNICAL PRACTICE 30 MINUTES 10.45am am TECHNICAL PRACTICE 30 MINUTES 11.15am am SMALL SIDED GAMES 45 MINUTES 11.45am pm LUNCH 45 MINUTES 12.45pm pm TECHNICAL PRACTICE 30 MINUTES 1.30pm pm DE-BRIEF 10 MINUTES 2.55pm pm

3 Dribbling Like Costa Day 1 - COSTA - Dribbling and Ball Mastery Day 2 - Day 3 - Day 4 - LAHM - Passing & Receiving MULLER - Finishing School WORLD CUP DAY

4 Fun Warm Up Challenges Toe Taps (30 Seconds) 5x5 yard box Player 1 will perform toe taps for 30 seconds. Player 2 will count. Swicth roles. Move about the box while performing toe taps. Start from 1 if ball leaves box. Touch ball with bottom of foot Get into a rhythm when switching feet Foundations (30 Seconds) 5x5 yard box Player 1 will perform foundations for 30 seconds. Player 2 will count. Swicth roles. Move about the box while performing toe taps. Start from 1 if ball leaves box Knees slightly bent to allow quicker movements Try keep eyes up Small touches with inside of feet Get into a rhythm moving the ball Juggling (30 Seconds) 3 cones 5 yards apart in a line. Player 1 will juggle in the box. Player 2 will count. Swicth rokes after 30 seconds Right foot only Left foot only Use laces to kcik ball up Bend knee and point toe to open surface to kick ball Small touches keeping ball close Figure of 8 Dribbling 3 cones 5 yards apart in a line. Player 1 will dribble in a figure of 8 shape twice in the quickest time possible. Left foot only Right foot only Keep ball close to feet Use different parts of the foot to move the ball Head up to see cones

5 Dribbling Like Costa Monday Costa Dribbling and Ball Mastery The theme of all our programs is to encourage attack minded, confident soccer players who are as comfortable on the ball as they are off it so who better to emulate than Douglas Costa, the world s best players. We start the week learning a range of individual skills and providing the necessary sessions to develop close control and dribbling skills. The warm-up consists of learning to use multiple surfaces, most notably the extra use of the sole, in an energetic environment. This warm-up will be used through the rest of the week to drill in good habits. Session 1 will focus on the feel of the ball, close control and the introduction of tricks and moves in both unopposed and opposed activities whilst session 2 will introduce dribbling and running with the ball. This will also provide the chance for players to use the skills learnt earlier in the day.

6 Day 1: Costa - Dribbling & Ball Mastery Technical Warm Up (15mins) - Skills 11 - Cruyff Turn 20x20 yard square with 8x8 square in the centre Split players evenly on each cone with a ball on each cone. First player in each line dribbles to central cone, turns and dribbles back to start cone Toe taps Foundations Roll overs Inside/outside Cruyff Turn Bring the kicking foot to the front on the ball, use the inside of the foot to push it behind the stationary non-kicking foot Turn to the direction of the ball, use the outside of the non-kicking to push the ball way to the new direction Technical (15mins): 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. Switch team sides. Use different surfaces of foot to get to other side 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. Keep ball close to feet Accelerate into space - slow with close control in traffic Clever foot work to escape traffic

7 Day 1: Costa - Dribbling & Ball Mastery Technical: (30mins): Box Tag 25x25 yard area with 3x3 boxes inside the area Each player has a ball and dribbles inside the area through as many squares as possible. Leave ball in a box, go find a new ball and dribble it to a new box to leave. Creative move to take ball out of box. Players can t exit the square through the same side they went in. Use a move to escape 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. Coaching Points Dribble to keep the ball close Different parts of the foot to move the ball Accelerate away Technical (30mins): 1v1 3 goal game Create a 25x20 yard area with three 3 yard wide goals as shown. 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 Coaching Points Positivity Dribble at speed Head up to find spare gate

8 Day 1: Small Sided Games SMALL SIDED GAME - 5v5 44x22 yard area Both teams play SMALL SIDED GAME - 6v6/7v7 60x40 yard area Both teams play One team tries to stop the ball in the end zone, the other team try and score in either corner goal. SMALL SIDED GAME - 8v8/9v9 70x50 yard area Both teams play

9 Day 1: Costa - Dribbling & Ball Mastery Technical (30mins): 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. Foot Skills Toe-Taps / Sole-Taps / Drag Laces / Foot Rolls Slides / Inside-Outside / Dribble Cuts / Right Foot / Left Foot 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. Coaching Points Keep ball close Inside/outside/sole of foot to manipulate ball Technical (30mins) - 1v1 Moves 15x50 yard area divided into 15x10 channels Players work in pairs in a channel with one ball per 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. First player to 3 points wins Change of speed or direction to beat defender Use a move to beat defender Turn an attack other gate if defender blocks space

10 Day 1: Conditioned Games SMALL SIDED GAME - 5v5 44x22 yard area Both teams play SMALL SIDED GAME - 6v6/7v7 60x40 yard area Both teams play One team tries to stop the ball in the end zone, the other team try and score in either corner goal. SMALL SIDED GAME - 8v8/9v9 70x50 yard area Both teams play

11 Day 2: Lahm - Passing & Receiving Tuesday Pass and Receive like Lahm Tuesday players learn to pass and receive like Philip Lahm of Bayern Munich. Both sessions will be centered on the basic principles of passing. Session one will introduce the skills in a pressure free exercises and will explain the variables associated with passing & receiving whilst session two will have players in a more realistic competitive environment.

12 Day 2: Lahm - Passing & Receiving Technical Warm Up: (15mins): Skills 11 - Iniesta Double Tap Create a 20x20 yard square with 7 yard diamond in the centre with a central cone. Players work with the group on the cones opposite. Players dribble straight at the cone in the middle and perform a double tap dribble to side step the cone before accelerating to the group opposite. Used when dribbling at a defender with pace Pass the ball between your feet using the inside of one foot then the inside of the opposite foot The second touch need to be harder to push the ball passed the defender Accelerate into the space Technical (15mins): Passing & Dribbling At Speed Create 2 overlapping triangles with cones 15 yards apart. Red work as a team and Whites work as a team (see diagram) Players cross paths for interference. Ball starts on middle two cones. Blue team play left, yellow team play right. Players dribble to the next line at speed. Red Team pass and follow to next line, White dribble. Rotate. Combination - players play 1-2 before passing to next line. Competition - 1st team to have all players back on starting cone wins Positive first touch into space - sole of foot (how, when, why?) Different surfaces to dribble the ball Head up to scan for traffic Quality and weight of passing - surfaces and disguise

13 Day 2: Lahm - Passing & Receiving Technical (30mins) - Passing to shoot 15x20 yard area with cones set out as shown Red player dribbles the ball towards the gate and passes ball through to white. White takes positive touch and tries to score. Red runs around the cone and tries to stop shot on goal. 2v1 for attackers who must make 1 pass before shooting Coaching Points Close control when dribbling Weight and accuray of pass 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 Technical (30mins): Random Attacking Game 22x44 yard area with a goal at each end. Split into two teams with each team starting in opposite corners of the area. Coach will choose four colours. (Red, Blue, Orange, Yellow) Each team must associate a colour with a number (e.g... red = 3) They will not tell the other team which colour they associate with which number, meaning both teams should be different. Mix up colour and number combinations. Coaching Points Take advantage of extra players Attack at speed Shots on target

14 Day 2: Small Sided Games SMALL SIDED GAME - 5v5 44x22 yard area Both teams play SMALL SIDED GAME - 6v6/7v7 60x40 yard area Both teams play One team tries to stop the ball in the end zone, the other team try and score in either corner goal. SMALL SIDED GAME - 8v8/9v9 70x50 yard area Both teams play

15 Day 2: Lahm - Passing & Receiving Technical Warm Up (30mins) - Receiving Skills 25x25 yard area with 4 corner goals & 5 yard gate in centre Split into two teams lined up centrally between each set of goals. One team start with the balls. First player in team without balls runs into the centre through the gate. As player reaches gate ball is passed in. Player receives to turn and dribbles through a corner goal and back to thier team. should them be with other team to repeat exercise. Receiving player can turn to either goal and dribble through. The passer must now try and run through the other goal before the receiver gets through the goal they turn too. Winner gets a point for their team. Passer now chases receiver and tries to tag them before they dribble through a goal Change of speed or direction to beat defender Use a move to beat defender TECHNICAL (30mins): Receiving under pressure 25x25 yard area with 4 corner goals & 5 yard gate in centre Have two teams lined up side by side centrally between the goals. The attacker will start the practice. As soon as the attacker runs for the gate, the defender can follow. Attacker receives a pass from the coach tries to receive the ball and turn to dribble through either goal. Defender can t tackle until attacker has taken a touch. If defender wins the ball they can attack other two goals. Make team competition Coaching Points Check shoulder before receiving Take touch into space Disguise

16 Day 2: Conditioned Games SMALL SIDED GAME - 5v5 44x22 yard area Both teams play SMALL SIDED GAME - 6v6/7v7 60x40 yard area Both teams play One team tries to stop the ball in the end zone, the other team try and score in either corner goal. SMALL SIDED GAME - 8v8/9v9 70x50 yard area Both teams play

17 Day 3: Muller - Finishing School Wednesday Muller s Finishing School Every player loves that feeling of scoring and no one does it better than FC Bayern Munich star Thomas Muller. Wednesday will give a players to practice scoring goals with all parts of the body and in a range of game like situations as our coaches will show you how Muller does it. Half the day will be spent shooting. Shots from varying distance and angles working striking for power with various parts of the foot. The other half will be spend on finishing with finesse and trying to pass the ball into the goal from close range

18 Day 3: Muller - Finishing School Technical (15mins) - Movement & Finish 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 Technical Skill Break Down (15mins): Zidane Roulette Create a 20x20 yard square with 7 yard diamond in the centre with a central cone. Players work in groups of 3. First player dribbles the ball out round the first cone, around the second cone and passes back to the next player in line. : Players now dribble to the first cone, Zidane roulette away to the next cone, zidane roulette away from the second cone and pass to the next player in line. Dribble straight at the defender Stop the ball with the sole of your foot and turn 180 degrees. Keep your knees bent for balance and look at the ball. Use the other foot to drag the ball backward Turn again, making a full 360 degree turn and accelerate away from the defender. 1

19 Day 3: Muller - Finishing School Technical (30mins) - Receiving To Shoot 22x44 yard area with 2 goals, Place 4 cones 16 yards from goal in line with goal posts. Have 4 even groups 5 yards either side of each goal post. 1 player stands on each of the cones in the centre area. Player 1 plays a straight pass to player 2 and follow pass as shown. Player 2 receives to shoot in 2 touches. Follow up shot then join other line. Both sides work simultaneously. Players keep track of how many goals they score. Each goal is a point for their team. Switch side players shoot from Competition players vs GK Quality, weight and accuracy of pass A,B,C - Awareness, body shape & control 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 TECHNICAL (30mins): Shooting Races 25x15 yard area with cone in the centre & goals at each end Split into two teams lined up next to a goal as shown. First player from each team dribbles towards goal opposite so shoot. Player must be past halfway cone before shooting. First player to score wins. Players now dribble around cone and back towards their own goal Coaching Points Keep ball close when dribbling 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

20 Day 3: Small Sided Games SMALL SIDED GAME - 5v5 44x22 yard area Both teams play SMALL SIDED GAME - 6v6/7v7 60x40 yard area Both teams play One team tries to stop the ball in the end zone, the other team try and score in either corner goal. SMALL SIDED GAME - 8v8/9v9 70x50 yard area Both teams play

21 Day 3: Muller - Finishing School Technical Warm Up (30mins) - Shooting Under Pressure 2 goals 25 yards apart with 2 groups to the right of each goal. 15 yards from each goal have a 8 yard wide gate. First player runs with the ball through the gate and shoots at the goal opposite their group. As the shot is taken the first player from the second group runs toward the goal opposite to shoot. Once shot is taken player now becomes defender and chases the player from the next group to try and stop them shooting. Big positive first touch into the space Use laces to push ball into space at speed 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 Technical (30mins): Thunder 1 player starts in goal. Coach lays the ball off for the first player in line to shoot for goal. Rules. - If player scores they join back of line, next player in line goes in goal & GK is out of the game - If player misses they go in goal and GK joins back of line - Players who are out stand behind the goal. If they catch a shot that is missed they are back in the game. - Last player in wins. Coaching Points 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

22 Day 3: Muller - Conditioned Games SMALL SIDED GAME - 5v5 44x22 yard area Both teams play SMALL SIDED GAME - 6v6/7v7 60x40 yard area Both teams play One team tries to stop the ball in the end zone, the other team try and score in either corner goal. SMALL SIDED GAME - 8v8/9v9 70x50 yard area Both teams play

23 Day 4: World Cup Day Thursday World Cup Day We finish off our week with the day everyone loves most, World Cup Finals Day. This has been a staple part of our vacation programs and with 2014 being the FIFA World Cup in Brazil, what better way than to play on the Road to Rio. The day will start off with an overview of everything covered throughout the week before everyone separates off into their teams for the day. We play a mixture of technical games, Small Sided Games and bigger scrimmages with points accumulating throughout the day until the World Champion is crowned! We encourage players to come dressed in colours of their adopted nation and to bring flags, foods, pictures associated with their country to really add to atmosphere!

24 Day 4: World Cup Day Technical (15mins) - Skills Corridor Create 3 6x18 yard channels with a 10 yard channel either side Split players into 3 even teams as shown. First player in each line dribbles a ball down the channel to the end. At the end the players must turn and dribble back down a side channel to the beginning. Next 3 players can go when player in front is past first set of cones. Challenge the players to be creative with there foot work. Each of the below challenges is designed to make the players think and be creative. There is an easy way to comeplete each challenge (in brackets) at the end of each challenge. - Have as many touches as possible before getting to the end of the channel (foundations on the move) - Have the fewest amount of touches possible with the ball under control (two big touchs) - While dribbling the ball make your body face North/East/South/West (Zidane Roulette) - Get ball to end of channel without using hands and without ball touching the floor. (Get ball under shirt and run) Technical (15mins) - Skills Corridor Create 3 6x18 yard channels with a 10 yard channel either side Players can now dribble into any channel they like. Have one player starting on the sides of the channel in the mini channels. going arcoss. These players will dribble the ball back and forth in the mini channel gaining 1 pont each time they get across and back without colliding with anyone else. Other players dribble up and down as before gaining a point each time they get to the end and back without a collision. Encourage players to always be moving forward and to use creative footwork to avoid traffic. Creative thinking, think outside the box Creative footwork thinking about previous 3 days sessions

25 Day 4: World Cup Day Technical (15mins) - Skills Corridor Create 3 6x18 yard channels with a 10 yard channel either side Mark off one channel crossing the 3 channels and add a defender. Ths defender will hold a ball in one hand and try and tag any player passing through the channel. Defneder must stay in channel. Add a defender to each side channel. These defenders will try and tackle attackers in 1v1 situation. Attacking players get 1 point for beating defender in channel and then beating a defender in a side channel to cross end line. Attack space 1v1 moves to beat defender Change speed & Direction Technical (15mins) - Skills Corridor Create 3 6x18 yard channels with a 10 yard channel either side Now add 3 goals as shown. Have 1 player in each goal. Players now dribble through the channel using creative footwork before attacking one of the goals. Shooter becomes new GK and GK takes ball back to the line. Head up to attack free goal 1v1 move to beat defender 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

26 Day 4: World Cup Day SMALL SIDED GAME - 5v5 44x22 yard area Both teams play SMALL SIDED GAME - 6v6/7v7 60x40 yard area Both teams play One team tries to stop the ball in the end zone, the other team try and score in either corner goal. SMALL SIDED GAME - 8v8/9v9 70x50 yard area Both teams play

27 Day 4: World Cup Day Technical Warm Up: (30mins): Squash & Finish 10x20 yard area split into two. Split into two teams. Player 1 dribbles towards the cone diagonally opposite. As player 1 dribbles player 2 calls out set. Once the call has been made player 1 stops the ball with the bottom of their foot and carries on towards the cone. Player 2 then steps forwards to strike for goal. Player 1 follows up the shot. Players rejoin opposite line. Switch sides to use other foot Keep ball close when dribbling Quality of set 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 Technical (30mins) Receive, shoot and follow up 22x44 yard area with 2 goals, Place 4 cones 16 yards from goal in line with goal posts. Have 4 even groups 5 yards either side of each goal post. 1 player stands on each of the cones in the centre area. Player 1 plays a straight pass to player 2 and follow pass as shown. Player 2 receives to shoot in 2 touches. Follow up shot then join other line. Both sides work simultaneously. PROGRESSION Strike for power with laces Strike for placement with inside of foot : 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 1

28 Day 4: World Cup Day SMALL SIDED GAME - 5v5 44x22 yard area Both teams play SMALL SIDED GAME - 6v6 60x40 yard area Both teams play One team tries to stop the ball in the end zone, the other team try and score in either corner goal. SMALL SIDED GAME - 8v8/9v9 70x50 yard area

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