The player in possession must make a pass into the end zone as the player runs to receive the ball. The running player must not arrive in the end zone before the ball. Each team defends its end zone and attacks the opponent’s end zone. The team in possession attempts to pass the ball quickly in order to gain a 1v1 or 2v1 situation.
The soccer end zone game is a great soccer drill that will help coaches focus on all aspects of attacking and defending in soccer. With incorporating end zones into the game, it gives players a chance to learn to attack space behind the defense and allows defenders to learn how to deny space behind them.
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The ‘ End-Zones ‘ are free, only the attacking team can enter these areas. This game also encourages players to “SPREAD OUT” and work together, which, players are starting to be able to do at this age. At first, players will be tempted to just kick the ball up the field instead of passing.
In a 30x20 grid, play 3v3 or 4v4, depending on numbers. Two teams play on the field, and score by dribbling over the endline. Once a goal is scored, the ball is left for on the endline for the team that is out to immediately dribble onto the field and score on the other team. So, everytime a goal is scored, both teams that are out enter the field to play.
In this soccer passing end zone game, 2 teams compete to gain possession of the ball in their opponents zone. Soccer transitional abilities and communication play an important role as players work hard. Preparation: - Set up this endzone game with 2 teams of 4 to 6 players per team. - Have a field 20 x 40 yards (adjust based on age/ability).
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