In Belgium the youngest footballers play their matches, two against two then the 2014-2015 season. The aim is to improve the individual skills of the children. By dribble football, all the more on the ball, each player a chance to score and the fun aspect is increasing.
What is two against two, or dribble football?
Small children, this is the age of 6 years, for a little control over her own body movement. As a young coach is therefore important in this age boys and girls do better here. This is just one thing first: fun. A child of this age will never come home and say, “I have such and such a tactical landing line learned” but “it was fun!” or “I scored a goal!”. In addition to detect movements of the body, the child must also learn to assess the movement of the ball accurately. Various exercises coordinating eye-hand coordination and ball feet is ideal. Please note that there is a high turnover of spelertjes in this age. Throughout the year, new are, and even if they are of the same age, there is an important difference in the football age. Why make your own exercises.
The important thing is that the coach creates an environment in which the child can discover what it can and cannot do. Provide recognition by always using the same structure. For example, having a global game, followed by dribbling exercises and finally a game 2 against 2. Within this structure, it is important to have enough variety. Children 5 years and younger have a limited attention span. Therefore provides many short exercises. A trail that led from workout to workout is perfect.
As with education, it is important to let your child discover what can and can not do. Absolutely not to do this by giving them all sorts of instructions in advance. The child forgets this anyway and will only get confused. Let them find a solution by trial and error. What once was not going to try to solve the child after a couple times myself in a different way. This makes it much more to learn. Limiting instructions on the sidelines encouraging and positive promotion of good deeds. For example, a high five. Also, note that a child must learn how to win, and learn how to lose. Set ploegjes together so not winning the same players or more and still lose. Winning is not always fun. Hold both the time and the rest shortly. Young children are easily fatigued, but is also just as quickly refreshed. Over time, the kids, the rules are easy to learn and can finish races independently without much additional help.
Fewer rules, more dribbles!
The purpose of introducing the two-on-two soccer is to allow each player to get to the ball, dribble and make him/her to score goals. A competition is as follows:
- 5 contests, two against two played together. After each race will be emailed so that you play against another opponent.
- A player is in goal, the other on the pitch.
- Player dribbles on the field and try to score on the other team.
- play until the ball lands in or the next target, then try to attack the other team.
width: 12.5 10 m-
Length: 16, 5 m-18 m
Goal: 6 m
3 m x 1.5 m
2 x 3 my
no more than six games in a row
Kickoff ++ goal kick goals
Indribbelen of own goal line. The opponent is on his own goal line.
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Indribbelen by on the sidelines. Opponent at 3 metres.
Each half is a change of goalkeeper. This may play the ball with his hands in the finish area. He can also leave the goal to play in the field.