Small-sided games are a fantastic way of getting players to work together to score lots of goals with every single player having a big part to play in the game. Here are 6 reasons why coaches should use small-sided games MORE
Small sided game to work on heading
Try this fun, competitive small-sided soccer game to get your players practising their heading skills.
Game set up
- Arrange your players into three teams of four.
- One team stays off the pitch placing two players at each end beside the goal.
- To score; the attacking team must pass to the players at the end they are attacking and then head for goal on the return pass.
- The small-sided soccer game can be played with or without keepers, depending on the heading ability of your players.
- Play for a set period of time or rotate the teams after each goal so all your soccer players have a turn at attacking and serving.
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