Develop your players’ ability to create goal-scoring opportunities from wide areas. By STEVE GREENWOOD MORE
Fast passing games help teams to keep the ball when they play in matches. This unopposed game helps develop first touch, movement and accuracy. Great session to get teams passing the ball with speed.
You need balls and cones. In an area 20 x 10 yards place 6 cones in the pattern pictured. We used 7 players in the session.
The passing pattern starts at one end of the course with movement for two of the players. It should be tried two-touch at first progressing to one-touch as the players get better at the session. Play moves from the left to the right with all players touching the ball. Start the first couple of patterns slowly so players get the hang of it.
This practice rehearses movement, angles, short passes, body shape and weight of pass .