Sit down tag - Area depends on how many players you have. 20 x 20 is shown. Designate 2 players to be a ‘Tagger’ and separate them with a colored pinnie. The rest of the players have a ball
1. The players with a ball dribble around the playing area. The yellows run around inside the area and attempt to tag the players.
2. If a player gets tagged, they sit on their soccer ball.
3. To free these players they must be tagged on the shoulder by a dribbling player.
4. See if the yellows can get every player sat down.
Close ball control
Dribbling players look for players sitting down and the taggers.
The coach can tag players on the shoulder if it gets too easy for the taggers.
This is a technical dribbling exercise that mimics game situations.
It teaches dribbling under pressure and the moment to attack
It teaches field awareness and decision making
Players will get a sense of pressure from competing
They will be challenged on decision making and will need to solve problems
From a players perspective, it needs close ball control, vision and field awareness