50 Small Sided Games

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50 Small Sided Games

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A collection of Small Sided Games (SSG) designed by UEFA 'A' Licence coach Dan Wright.  The themes covered in this eBook are;

  • Building and Playing Out from the Back
  • Switching Play
  • Midfield and Combination Play
  • Creating and Scoring
  • Transition Games
  • Defending
  • Team Games
  • Scenarios
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Football is a complex, dynamic and random sport. For young players to learn the principles of the game and the skills and attributes needed to play, the players should always be playing football by ‘perceiving-deciding-executing’. The link to the game must always be apparent creating the relevance to the ‘why’.This easy to use collection of 50 Small Sided Games is ideal for any coach looking to develop young players. 

These 50 small sided games are challenging, engaging and fun!  They look to develop game understanding by repetition of pictures they will see in on a matchday. The themes covered in this collection are

  • Building and Playing Out from the Back
  • Switching Play
  • Midfield and Combination Play
  • Creating and Scoring
  • Transition Games
  • Defending
  • Team Games
  • Scenarios

Each session contains the follow features;

DIAGRAM: A full colour visual of how the practice should look

SET UP: An overview of the setup of the session; how many players are required, whether the game needs offsides, pitch dimensions and game time.

ORGANISATION: In this section, you will find details of how to run the session, including basic rules and equipment needed.

OBJECTIVE: Here the coach breaks down the aim of the session, how it links to the principles of play and the 11v11 game.

OBSERVATION: In this area, the coach has added some tips for you to observe in your players.  These may be; technical, tactical, physical, psychological or social.  It also poses some questions for you to address whilst the game is being played.

PROGRESSION:  Here the coach details ways that you can make the practice more challenging for the group.