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Bahrain Football Association

Youth Players Work
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Transcript of Bahrain Football Association

TECHNICAL STRUCTURE
TECHNICAL
DIRECTOR
GFHFG
ASSISTANT
T. DIRECTOR
FITNESS
AREA
METHODOLOGY
AREA
GOALKEEPER
AREA
U-
19
U-
17
U-
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U-
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U-
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U-
13
U-
12
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U-
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GK-
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GK-
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GK-
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GK-
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GK-
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FRAN SANCHEZ
Create with the coaches and the Head Coaches of each area, a work plan as a function of the age of the players.
Supervise the different areas to be done correctly the work plan established.
Direct contact with the coaches and head coaches of each area.
Inform monthly to BFA of the work done.
Follow the developments of the National Teams in training sessions and competitions.
Supervise the scout of the competitions.
Determinate with the coaches the profiles of players that we want according to positions in the field.
Good relationship with the clubs.
Help the staff to fix the problems.
Create with the coaches and the Head Coaches of each area, a work plan as a function of the age of the players.
Supervise the different areas to be done correctly the work plan established.
Direct contact with the coaches and head coaches of each area.
Direct contact with the clubs.
Prepare Festivals for the youngest players.
Follow the developments of the National Teams.
Supervise the scout of the competitions.
Help the staff to fix the problems.
HAMAD MOHAMED
Create with the Technical Director, the other Coaches and the Head Coaches of each area, a work plan as a function of the age of the players.
Controlling workloads in the training sessions.
Prepare and carry out specific tasks for players with special needs.
Prepare work injury prevention.
Prepare jointly with the medical area the diets when traveling teams or be resident in the BFA.
Prepare and work with injured players who can not work with the group.
Supervise the work of the Coaches.
Daily contact with the Technical Director, Coaches and the Head Coach of the other areas.
Create with the Technical Director, the other Coaches and the Head Coaches of each area, a work plan as a function of the age of the players.
Prepare training sessions as a function of age.
Teach inside and outside the field their assistants to know and understand the plan.
Supervise the work of the Goalkeeper Coaches.
Direct contact with the Technical Director, other Coaches and Head Coaches of each area.
Supervise the goalkeeper scout of the competitions.
Working with the Head Coach of his Area in training to learn and understand the work plan.
Daily contact with his Head Coach and the Coaches of the teams to answer questions about the training sessions.
Weekly contact with the Coaches and the Head Coach of the other areas to prepare the working week.
After each training session archive it in the BFA.
Incident control of the goalkeepers, along with coaches from each team.
HEAD FITNESS COACH
HEAD GOALKEEPER COACH
GOALKEEPER COACH
HEAD COACH
Create with the Technical Director, the other Coaches and the Head Coaches of each area, a work plan as a function of the age of the players.
Prepare training sessions as a function of age.
Teach inside and outside the field their assistants to know and understand the plan.
Supervise the work of their assistants.
Direct contact with the Technical Director, other coaches and head Coaches of each area.
Submit weekly reports.
Control of competitions and featured players of different ages..
Prepare weekly work schedule of matches to go to see for them and the assistants.
Show to the assistants which are the profiles of our players according to positions in the field.
Control with the staff the incidents of their teams.
ASSISTANT COACH
Working with the Coach to learn and understand the work plan.
Daily contact with his Coach and, if is necessary with the Head Coach of the different areas, to answer questions about the training sessions.
Provide expertise in Bahrain Football to help the coaches.
Teamwork.
Watch the matches assigned by the Coach.
Follow the instructions on the profiles of the players according to their position on the pitch.
Highlight the best players in every matches.
HEAD FITNESS COACH

IVAN TORRES
HEAD COACH:
ALBERT FERNANDEZ

ASSISTANT COACH:
ALI ASHOOR
HEAD COACH:
DANIEL POYATOS

ASSISTANT COACH:
BADEER KALIL
HEAD COACH:
SERGIO TORAN

ASSISTANT COACH:
JAMAL QAED
HEAD COACH:
JAMAL QAED

ASSISTANT COACH:
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COORDINATOR

SERGIO TORAN
GOALKEEPER COACH

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GOALKEEPER COACH

JIHAD AL ASHAR
HEAD GOALKEEPER COACH

JOSEP PASCUAL
FITNESS
COACH
TECHNICAL
DIRECTOR
ASSISTANT
TECHINCAL
DIRECTOR
GOALKEEPER
COACH
ASISTANT
COACH
PLAYERS PROFILES
PLAYERS SELECT:
Not all the players are equal. We find a lot of players with a different skills.
We should look to select players…
We should not seek the same qualities in all players.
Position in the field would indicate what to look for in each player.
System game.
Style.
Philosophy.
METHODOLOGY OF
GOALKEEPERS WORK
INTRODUCTION
THEORY ASPECTS
To build a good building need a good foundation. All of the goalkeepers must master the theory aspects, both technical and tactical aspects, as they must become aware of what they do well and what they do wrong.
TECHNICAL-TACTICAL ASPECTS
We can not dissociate the technical concepts of tactical concepts, because they are closely linked. Just in case you want to make a very specific correction of a technical error.
To perform this technical - tactical need to use a mixed methodology with analytical work occasionally.
TACTIC ASPECTS
The most important aspect of football:
In each action is a decision that will be determined by the knowledge and understanding of the game. Without this kind of work our goalkeepers will not be able to take the right decisions at all times.
We will use a mixed methodology, global with goalkeepers as far as possible and global work with the team.
DOMINATE TECHINCAL ASPECTS
30%
DOMINATE
THEORY ASPECTS
60%
90%
DOMINATE
THEORY ASPECTS
DOMINATE
TACTICAL ASPECTS
WORK METHODOLOGY
SLOW DIFFICULTY
MEDIUM DIFFICULTY
HARD DIFFICULTY
TECHNICAL ASPECTS
TECHNICAL-TACTICAL
ASPECTS
TACTICAL ASPECTS
CORRECTING FOR THE WORK WITH THE GROUP.
PREPARE THE SESSION BEFORE ARRIVE TO FIELD.
PREPARE ALL THE EXERCISES IN THE FIELD, WITH EVERYTHING YOU NEED.
MAKE PART OF THE SESSION WITH THE GOALKEEPERS.
TO BE A
BETTER COACH
MAKE A SMALL REPORT ON THE SESSION.
WORK METHODOLOGY
GK - 1
GK - 3
GK - 2
Within the methodology of the training of goalkeepers we can find different situations.
ANALYTIC SITUATIONS
Will try to find situations where improved technique giving a sense of the game.Affects only delivery mechanism, achieving improved very specific aims (technical or physical). Get a high number of repetitions of specific gesture.
But presents isolated and descontextualized situations of the game.
No constraints tactical therefore no decision making regarding the game, only technical gesture automation or game situation.
The improvements made manifest not entirely, because the competition involves a tactical-decision conditions that do not occur in the exercise.
MIXED SITUATIONS
In this type of training will situations closer to the competition, where gesture combine automation and decision making, increased perception of changing situations. But still does not give real situations and you have less control of the work.
Within the schedule of sessions should be clear that seek targets with each of the exercises to keep track of work that we want to seek improvement.
GLOBAL SITUATION
It has actions very close to the reality of the game. This leads to decision constant in close proximity to the competition. Through group work, mostly.
The improvements obtained are projected in competition quickly and are much more meaningful. Little control over the number of repetitions. Less control over physical labor.
Mechanisms are working simultaneously perception, decision and execution, working so technical, tactical, physical and psychological aspects.
Within the schedule of the sessions must be clear on the objectives to look at each of the exercises to keep track improvement work we want.
GOALKEEPERS TRAINING SESSION
During the sessions we will follow a common structure for goalkeepers work of BFA.
A structure based on three different blocks of work during each session.
The session is made from the objectives set for the week.
Taking into account age, domain level and time of the week.
TRAINING MODEL
STIMULATION OF OBSERVATION AND DECISION MECHANISMS.
GENERAL WORK IN PHYSICAL TRAINING, ADJUST EACH CONTENT AT THE MOST OPTIMAL, GIVEN:

1- MOMENT OF THE SEASON.
2- REQUIREMENTS OF THE AGE.
3- NEEDS OWN GOALKEEPER.
TEACHING STYLE: DECISION MAKING (COGNITIVE SKILLS).
IMPROVEMENT OF EXECUTION.
THE GOALKEEPING COACH HAS TO BE INTEGRATED WITHIN THE COACHING STAFF AND DEPENDING OF THE PLANNING OF THE COMPETITION AND PRIORITIZATION OF THE COACH.
A first Warming block and adaptation to technical and tactical gesture to work. From eminently analytical work where we look mainly on technical issues.
A second block, the main part of the session, from Mixed work we will focus on technical and tactical issues and Physics as objectives.
Sometimes we can use the Global method.
A third block of the session where we will work from global situations, in order to influence essentially tactical issues and see if there has been improvement over the contents (work that is going to happen normally with the group).
WARM UP
MAIN PART
GROUP WORK
METHODOLOGY OF THE SESSION
TECHNICAL /
TACTICAL
DEFENSIVE
OBJECTIVES
TECHNICAL /
TACTICAL
OFFENSIVE
OBJECTIVES
TACTICAL
OBJECTIVES
PHYSICAL
OBJECTIVES
OBJECTIVES
WORK STAGES
GENERAL OBJECTIVES
FORMATION
GENERAL OBJECTIVES
GENERAL OBJECTIVES
PERFECTION
HIGH
PERFORMANCE
INITIATION
GENERAL OBJECTIVES
Basic technical of defensive gestures of recovery, non-recovery actions and actions outside goal.
Basic technical of technique offensive gestures of restart and of continuity (within the physical possibilities).
 Introduction to defensive tactical behavior (spatial and body aspects).
TECHNIQUE-TACTIC DEFENSIVE
Of ball recovery: Basic technique frontal bloc / Frontal bloc with previous movement.
Basic technique save in fall / Save in fall with movement.
Of non-recovery: Basic technique of frontal clearance / Basic technique clearance in fall / Clearance in different heights.
Basic technique of frontal prolongation balls.
Actions outside goal: Basic technique of aerial game (crosses) with bloc / With punch.
Basic technique 1 x 1 / 1 x 1 dribbling / 1 x 1 kick.
Basic technique divided balls blocked / Cleared.
Spatial aspects (Bisector position, distance from the goalie).
Body aspects ( Frontal, lateral, diagonal plane).
Set pieces positioning (Position and wall structure).
Positioning from 1 x 1.
TECHNIQUE-TACTIC OFFENSIVE
Of restart: Basic technique goal kick / Short and medium goal kick.
Of continuity: Basic technique hand relaunching / Short and medium hand relaunching.
Basic technique foot relaunching front volley / Basic technique foot relaunching lateral volley.
Basic technique classic control / Basic technique oriented control.
Basic technique 2 touches short-large / Basic technique 1 touch short-large (Forced pass).
Initiation of defensive gestures of recovery and non-recovery, with movements and in different heights.
Initiation at defensive technique of actions outside goal.
Technical adjustment of offensive actions of its increased possibilities.
Initiation defensive tactical positioning (positioning within the system, finalization zone positioning, positioning in actions outside goal and positioning in set – pieces).
TECHNIQUE-TACTIC DEFENSIVE
Of ball recovery: Frontal bloc with previous movement. / Initiation at frontal bloc in fall.
Save in fall with movement. / Initiation at save in fall in different plans and heights.
Of non-recovery: Clearance in different heights / Decision – making between save or clearance.
Domain of frontal prolongation balls.
Initiation to thoughtless refuse.
Actions outside goal: Basic technique of aerial game (crosses) with bloc / With punch / In different plans.
1 x 1 dribbling / 1 x 1 kick / In different plans.
Divided balls blocked / Cleared.
Spatial aspects (Bisector position, distance from the goalie).
Body aspects ( Frontal, lateral, diagonal plane).
Positioning in finalization zone.
Initiation at positioning in actions outside goal (positioning in aerial game, perception balls divided).
Set pieces positioning (Positioning in corners, frontal and lateral free kick, and wall structure).
Positioning from 1 x 1.
Positioning within the tactical system (coverages, defensive tilt).
TECHNIQUE-TACTIC OFFENSIVE
Of restart: Basic technique goal kick / Short, medium and large goal kick.
Of continuity: Short, medium and large hand relaunching.
Domain foot relaunching front volley / Basic technique foot relaunching lateral volley.
Domain classic control / Domain oriented control.
Technique 2 touches short-large / Technique 1 touch short-large (Forced pass).
Positioning within the tactical offensive system: Offensive support.
To provide continuity and direction of the game.
Communication active play.
Domain of defensive gestures of recovery and non-recovery and initiation to decision – making between try the best technical – tactic option.
Initiation at defensive technique of actions outside goal and initiation to decision – making between try the best technical – tactic option.
Domain of offensive technique of restart and recuperation.
Domain defensive tactical positioning (positioning within the system, finalization zone positioning, positioning in actions outside goal and positioning in set – pieces).
Initiation at Positioning within the tactical offensive system.
TECHNIQUE-TACTIC DEFENSIVE
Of Ball Recovery: Frontal Bloc with previous movement / Domain at Frontal Bloc in Fall.
Save in fall with movement / Domain at save in fall in different plans and heights.
Of non-Recovery: Clearance in different heights / Decision–Making between save or Clearance.
Domain of Frontal Prolongation Balls. / Decision –Making between hand use.
Domain to thoughtless refuse.
Actions outside goal: Technique of Aerial Game (crosses) with Bloc / with punch / In different plans / Decision–Making between save or punch.
1 x 1 dribbling / 1 x 1 kick / In different plans / Initiation in 2 x 1.
Divided Balls blocked / Cleared.
Spatial Aspects (Bisector Position, distance from the goalie).
Body Aspects ( Frontal, lateral, diagonal Plane).
Positioning in finalization zone.
Domain at positioning in actions outside goal (positioning in aerial game, perception balls divided).
Set pieces Positioning (Positioning in corners, frontal and lateral free kick, and wall structure).
Positioning from 1 x 1.
Positioning within the tactical system (coverages, defensive tilt).
Inhibit danger by communicating (in game or strategy).
TECHNIQUE-TACTIC OFFENSIVE
Of restart: Goal Kick / Short, Medium and large Goal Kick.
Of continuity: Short, Medium and large Hand Relaunche.
Domain Foot relaunche Front Volley / Domain Foot relaunche Lateral Volley / Domain bounce kick.
Domain Classic Control / Domain Oriented Control.
Technique 2 Touches short-large / Technique 1 Touch short-large (Forced pass).
Positioning within the tactical offensive system: Offensive Support / Leave pressure line.
To provide continuity and direction of the game.
Communication Active Play.
Domain of decision making in the technical-tactical defensive gestures (of recovery and non-recovery and actions outside goal).
Domain of decision making try the best offensive technical – tactic option of restart and recuperation.
Domain of tactic defensive contents and develop Inhibit danger by communicating.
Domain at Positioning within the tactical offensive system, develop
Domain at positioning within the offensive tactical system and develop timing and tempo control plus active communication.
ALL FASES WILL HAVE DIFFERENT ASPECTS:
OBJECTIVES
TECHNICAL
SKILLS
PHYSICAL
PSYCHOLOGICAL
ASPECTS AND HABITS
REGULATION
TACTICAL
SKILLS
INDIVIDUAL WORK
SET-PLAY
Individual work with players who must improve in different aspects.
Physical (coordination,injury,recovery,…).
Tactical.
Technical.
To know offensive and defensive technical skills in different real situation inside the game. (Technical).
Basic tactical principles football (Tactical).
Psychological and habits – Introduction.
Start to know the main rules of the game (Regulation).
Physical we’ll work: R1, R2, R3, R6, F0, V1, R2, CC, EST, IP.
INITIATION
PERFECTION
Identify and dominate offensive and defensive technical skills in different real situation inside the game (Technical).
To know and realize tactical contents inside the system (Tactical).
Reinforce work habits and controlling the game scenarios.
Perfect set-play knowledge.
Dominate the rules of the game (Regulation).
Physically we’ll work: R1, R2, R3, R6, FO, F1, F2, F3, V1, V2, CC, EST, IP.
To perfect offensive and defensive technical skills in different real situation inside the game (Technical).
To perfect and dominate tactical contents inside the system (Tactical).
Develop the maximum potential of the player in competition and use the work habits.
Use set-play as a instrument to win.
Use and take profit from the rules of the game (Regulation).
Physically we’ll work: R1, R2, R3, R6, FO, F1, F2, F3, V1, V2, CC, EST, IP.
FORMATION
INITIATION
PERFECTION
TO CONTROL GAME SCENARIOS.
TO REINFORCE THE WORK HABITS.
DEVELOP THE MAXIMUM POTENTIAL OF THE PLAYER IN COMPETITION.
TO USE THE WORK HABITS.
FORMATION
INITIATION
PERFECTION
FORMATION
TO DOMINATE THE RULES OF COMPETITION.
INITIATION
PERFECTION
TO USE THE RULES OF COMPETITION.
FORMATION
TO KNOW AND REALIZE THE COMPETITION.
TO KNOW ABOUT THE WORK HABITS.
INITIATION
PERFECTION
TO CONTROL GAME SCENARIOS.
TO REINFORCE THE WORK HABITS.
DEVELOP THE MAXIMUM POTENTIAL OF THE PLAYER IN COMPETITION.
TO USE THE WORK HABITS.
FORMATION
INITIATION
PERFECTION
RESISTANCE: R1-R2-R3-R6
(R4-R5)
Aerobic (Low-Media-High Intensity) /.
Progress work Anaerobic (Maximum).
FORCE: F0-F1
(F2-F3)
Individual preventive work -Compensatory Force.

Progress Resistance Force-Explosive Force.
VELOCITY: V1-V2
Velocity Reaction-Gestural / Velocity Acceleration Displacement.
COORDINATION CAPACITIES: CC
Integrated exercises.
STRETCHING: EST
Active-Passive.
INJURY PREVENTION: IP
FORMATION
Individual work with players in different aspects:
Physical (coordination,injury,…).
Technical.
INITIATION
PERFECTION
Individual work with players who must improve in different aspects:
Physical (coordination,injury,recovery…).
Tactical.
Technical.
Individual work with players who must improve in different aspects:
Physical (coordination,recovery…).
Tactical.
Technical.
FORMATION
INITIATION
PERFECTION
FORMATION
25%
OFF / Control-pass (Oriented / Short-Medium)
14%
OFF / Run with the ball (With-Without opposition)
14%
OFF / Dribbling (Simple-Compound)
13%
DEF / Entry (Frontal-Lateral)
10%
OFF / Shoot (Medium distance)
10%
DEF / Interception
10%
DEF / Reject
4%
OFF / Heading (Shoot-Pass)
25%
OFF / Control-Pass (Oriented + Difficulty / Short-Medium-Long)
10%
OFF / Run with the ball (With-Without opposition)
10%
OFF / Dribbling (Simple-Compound)
14%
OFF / Shoot (Medium-Long distance)
8%
OFF / Heading (Shoot-Pass)
10%
DEF / Entry (Frontal-Lateral)
10%
DEF / Interception
13%
DEF / Reject
25%
OFF / Control-Pass (Oriented + Difficulty / Short-Medium-Long-Cross)
With specifity Tactic
8%
OFF / Run with the ball(With-Without opposition).With specificity Tactic
8%
OFF / Dribbling (Simple-Compound). With specificity Tactic
18%
OFF / Shoot (Medium-Long distance). With specificity Tactic
8%
OFF / Heading (Shoot-Pass). With specificity Tactic
10%
DEF / Entry (Frontal-Lateral). With specificity Tactic
10%
DEF / Interception
13%
DEF / Reject
12%
OFF / Depth and amplitude
12%
OFF / Creation line pass
8%
OFF / Numerical superiority
8%
OFF / Game intention
10%
OFF / Near space perception
12%
OFF-DEF / Transitions
12%
OFF-DEF / Body shape
8%
DEF / Zone defense
6%
OFF-DEF / Basic system movements
6%
OFF / Uncheck
6%
DEF / Timing (Individual-Collective
10%
OFF-DEF / Collective structure related and system variants
10%
OFF-DEF / Transitions
10%
OFF-DEF / Body shape
10%
OFF / Creation line pass
10%
DEF / Zone defense
8%
OFF / Create, occupy and use space
8%
OFF / Numerical Superiority-Equality
8%
OFF / Game intention
8%
OFF / Near-Far space perception
6%
OFF / Game rhythm
6%
DEF / Timing collective
6%
DEF / Numerical inferiority
12%
OFF-DEF / Collective structure related and system variants
12%
OFF / Game intention
12%
DEF / Zone defense
10%
OFF-DEF / Transitions
10%
OFF / Control of rhythm game
8%
OFF-DEF / Body shape
8%
OFF / Create, occupy and use space
8%
OFF / Creation line pass
8%
OFF / Near-Far space perception
6%
DEF / Timing collective
6%
DEF / Numerical inferiority
PHYSICAL TRAINING
RESISTANCE:

R1-R2-R3-R6
Aerobic (Low-Media-High Intensity).
FORCE: F0
Preventive work (Proprioception-Coordination capacities).
VELOCITY: V1-V2
Velocity Reaction-Gestural / Velocity Acceleration-Displacement.
COORDINATION CAPACITY: CC
Integrated exercises.
STRETCHING:

EST
Active-Passive.
RESISTANCE: R1-R2-R3-R4-R5-R6
Aerobic (Low-Media-High Intensity) / Anaerobic (Maximum).
FORCE: F0-F1-F2-F3
Individualpreventive work -Compensatory force / Resistance-Explosive force.
VELOCITY: V1-V2
Velocity Reaction-Gestural / Velocity Acceleration-Displacement.
COORDINATION CAPACITIES: CC
Integrated-Analytic exercises.
STRETCHING: EST
Active-Passive.
INJURY PREVENTION: IP
STRUCTURE OF SESSION
PROTOCOL ACTIVE STRETCH/ DYNAMIC MOBILITY
TECHNICAL EXERCISE
COORDINATION WORK
PROTOCOL PASSIVE STRETCH
TECHNICAL EXERCISE
ACCURACY GAME
PROTOCOL ACTIVE STRETCH / DYNAMIC MOBILITY
TECHNICAL EXERCISE
COORDINATION WORK
WARMING UP WITH MAKING DECISION
PROTOCOL PASSIVE STRETCHING
ACTIVE RECOVERY AND RELAX
ACCURACY GAME
SPECIFIC INDIVIDUAL WORK
INITIATION
FORMATION
PERFECTION
INDIVIDUAL WORK WITH PLAYERS IN DIFFERENT ASPECTS:
PHYSICAL: COORDINATION-INJURY
TECHNICAL
INDIVIDUAL WORK WITH PLAYERS IN DIFFERENT ASPECTS:
PHYSICAL: COORDINATION-INJURY-RECOVERY
TECHNICAL
TACTICAL
INDIVIDUAL WORK WITH PLAYERS IN DIFFERENT ASPECTS:
PHYSICAL: COORDINATION-INJURY-RECOVERY
TECHNICAL
TACTICAL
PHYSICAL ABILITIES
IN FOOTBALL
COORDINATION
INJURY
PREVENTION
VELOCITY
FORCE
RESISTANCE
45'
45'
VARIABLE EFFORTS IN INTENSITY AND VOLUME
DECISION MAKING
MOST IMPORTANT ACTIONS (MAXIUM INTENSITY AND SHORT DURATION)
PHYSIOLOGY FOOTBALL
STRETCHING
R3: RESISTANCE HIGH INTENSITY. AEROBIC POWER
R2: RESISTANCE LOW INTENSITY. AEROBIC CAPACITY
OBJECTIVES:
Create an anaerobic base to increase capacity to make efforts of long time.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Medium intensity (60% -80%FCMAX) / AHR: 160 PPM (130-180ppm).
Volume session: Continue >15’.
Interval: Series >5’.
CHARACTERISTICS OF EXERCISES:
Exercises in big spaces / players don't stop.
Little continuity efforts 1x1 or 2x2.
Variables will use to change intensity.
EXAMPLES OF EXERCISES:
Keep possession ball.
“Rondos”or position game with many players.
Technical circuits.
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B1 - B2
OBJECTIVES:
Increase capacity to support a efforts of long of high intensity and quickly recovery after a intense effort.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
High intensity (80% -100%FCMAX) / AHR: 180 PPM (160-200ppm).
Volume session: Continue 3’- 8’minutes.
Interval Small: 15’’-30’’ recovery > time of work.
Interval Medium: 30’’-90’’ recovery = time of work.
Interval Large: 90’’- 3’ recovery < time of work.
CHARACTERISTICS OF EXERCISES:
Exercise of high intensity with anaerobic peaks.
Keep of intensity for during all the time of work.
Corrected in recovery.
EXAMPLES OF EXERCISES:
Keep possession ball, "rondos' or position game in inferiority (6X3, 5X2… 3X3+3, 4X4+4).
Situations of game in short space (3X3, 4X4, 5X5).
Technical circuits.
Transitions of counterattack with very little recovery between the actions.
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B1 - B2 - B3
R4: RESISTANCE MAXIMUM INTENSITY. LACTIC WORK
OBJECTIVES:
Improving for very intense efforts and recovery of these efforts.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Maximum intensity (100%).
Volume session : 30’’ – 90’’. recovery > time of work.
Total : 3 – 6 repeats .(5’-10’ minutes).
CHARACTERISTICS OF EXERCISES:
Exercises maximum intensity with accumulation of lactate.
Good recovery after these exercise (recovery active or continues career).
EXAMPLES OF EXERCISES:
Situations of 1x1 or 2x2.
Defense in numerical inferiority a game situation or in transition in all the exercise.
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B1 - B2 - B3
R5: RESISTANCE MAXIMUM EFFORTS
OBJECTIVES:
Improve the capacity of support maximum efforts intermittent.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Maximum intensity (100%).
Volume session works: < 20’’ recovery = < time of work.
Total : 10 – 20 repeats (10’-15’ minutes).
CHARACTERISTICS OF EXERCISES:
Exercises maximum intensity intermittent.
Time of recovery incomplete.
Similar efforts to competition.
EXAMPLES OF EXERCISES:
Series of coordination and speed with active recovery incomplete.
Situation plays 1x1, 2x2 with short recovery.
Technical circuits with finalization with maximum requirement and short recovery.
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B1 - B2
R6: RESISTANCE OF COMPETITION
OBJECTIVES:
Improve the resistance and efforts produced in the same parameters in the competition.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
The same of competition.
Volume session: minimum 5’ maximum 60’.
CHARACTERISTICS OF EXERCISES
: The same stimulus and situations of competition.
EXAMPLES OF EXERCISES:
Situation of game.
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B4
F0: COMPENSATORY FORCE AND INDIVIDUAL PREVENTIVE WORK
F1: RESISTANCE FORCE OR INTERMITTENT
F2: EXPLOSIVE FORCE RESISTANCE
F3: EXPLOSIVE FORCE SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES:
Developed of force applied to the maximum speed with real transfer with the efforts reproduced in competition.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Repeats for muscular group 4 - 8.
Series 3 - 4.
Complete recovery.
CHARACTERISTICS OF EXERCISES:
Automation of attack organized by muscular groups.
Efforts : Bulk - Dynamic - Specific.
EXAMPLES OF EXERCISES:
Automation attack.
Technical circuits or directed goal.
Ending.
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B1
OBJECTIVES:
Improve and keep the developed of muscular groups not involved in the actions of football.
Individual injury prevention.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Number of exercises for session 6 - 14.
Number of series for session 1 - 2.
Recovery between series 1’.
CHARACTERISTICS OF EXERCISES:
Protocol and work routines to make before or after session.
Coordination work (initiation/formation).
EXAMPLES OF EXERCISES:
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B7
OBJECTIVES:
Improve and keep the developed of muscular groups involved in the actions of football by continuous efforts.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Efforts 15’’ – 40’’.
Time of recovery = >time of work.
Interval (15’’-15’’/20’’-20’’/20’’-30’’/30’’-30’’).
Time for series: 5’- 8’. series: 2 – 5.
CHARACTERISTICS OF EXERCISES:
Combine force works of long duration with actions low intensity.
EXAMPLES OF EXERCISES:
Circuit combine technical skills with force exercises.
Game situation (small space) with force exercises for out of space.
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B1 - B3
OBJECTIVES:
Improve the resistance of the actions of explosive force of football.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Maximum efforts 3’’ – 12’’.
Followed times of recovery 10’’- 25’’.
Series of efforts 40’’- 1’30’’.
Repeats 3-4.
Series 3-6.
CHARACTERISTICS OF EXERCISES:
Circuits directed or goal combining explosive force efforts with exercises of active recovery.
Combine exercises of: Bulk - Dynamic - Specific.
EXAMPLES OF EXERCISES:
Game situations 1x1, 2x2, with efforts out of the space.
Technical circuits or directed goal.
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B1
V1: VELOCITY REACTION AND GESTURAL
OBJECTIVES:
Capacity to respond to a stimulus received as fast as possible.
Capacity to make technical skill of football as fast as possible.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Intensity maximum.
Time of work < 2’’ - recovery: complete ( about 30’’).
Number repeats 5 - 10.
Series 3 - 6.
CHARACTERISTICS OF EXERCISES:
Works made after a stimulus or works technical gestures as fast as possible (competition works).
EXAMPLES OF EXERCISES:
Finalization actions 1xGk , 1x1, works with a lot of making decisions.
Games a 1 touch (Ex: 3 teams, 1x1+1 outside, 1 touch. foot tennis 1 touch for player no bounce).
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B1 - B2 - B3
OBJECTIVES:
Increase capacity for to act quickly for a determined space.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Intensity maximum.
Time of work 2’’ - 10’’.
Recovery complete (30’’ – 60’’).
Number repeats 3 - 6.
Series 3 - 6.
CHARACTERISTICS OF EXERCISES:
Distances of displacement 10 – 30 meters.
EXAMPLES OF EXERCISES:
Actions of transitions, fasted attacks 1xGk, exit of press with kick from goalkeeper.
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B1 - B2 - B3
V2: VELOCITY ACCELERATION AND DISPLACEMENT
CC: COORDINATION CAPACITIES
OBJECTIVES:
Capacity to dominate the different possibilities of movement of own body.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Intensity high and maximum.
Volume for session no more of 15 repeats if work analytical.
DIFFERENT KINDS OF COORDINATION:
Coordination dynamic general.
Coordination dynamic segmental.
Coordination space - time (perception of distances, trajectories, peripheral).
EXAMPLES OF EXERCISES:
Warm up with stairs of coordination (joint mobility, improve technical run).
Game of warm up with hands, foot, with difficult motor (catch for couple)…
Integrated exercises with different coordinative materials.
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B1 (Integrated exercises: First part of session)
B7 (Analytical : Warm up (sometimes for different kind of join mobility)).
IP: INJURY PREVENTION
OBJECTIVES:
Avoid possible articular injury and improve the proprioception involved in football.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Volume for session sporadically to make 8 – 10 exercises.
Number repeats for exercises 20’’ – 30’’.
Series 1 - 2.
CHARACTERISTICS OF EXERCISES:
Supports unstable, falls in different position, working with unstable material or functional.
Excentric work. Core-stability work and TRX.
EXAMPLES OF EXERCISES:
Preventive protocols.
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B7
EST: ACTIVE AND PASIVE STRETCHING
OBJECTIVES:
Prepare for muscle football practice or help active recovery between of exercises.
Relax of the muscle and return to calm after game or session.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Volume for session routines of 5 – 15 exercises.
Active stretching + joint mobility 5 ‘– 10’ during warm up of training session or game.
Passive stretching 10’ – 15’ final part of training session or game.
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B7
EVOLUTIONARY PERIODS
MOST IMPORTANT FOR NATIONAL TEAMS OF BAHRAIN
RESPECT THE DEVELOPMENTAL PERIODS OF THE PLAYERS
WORK CAPACITIES FOR YOUR AGE FASE
R1: GAME OF WARM UP AND RECOVERY WORK
OBJECTIVES:
Recovery players more fast after the game or train.
Adaptation of body to the next exercises.
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Low intensity (< 65% FC MAX)/ AHR: 130 PPM (80-160ppm).
Volume: Continue 10’-15’.
Interval: Series > 5’.
CHARACTERISTICS OF EXERCISES:
Exercises with very low intensity.
Big spaces with a lot of players.
Minimizing explosive efforts.
EXAMPLES OF EXERCISES:
Games of warm up (40X20, 50X30).
"Rondo” 8x2.., foot tennis low intensity, strategy.
PHYSICAL INTERRELATION FROM “B” TYPE:
B1 - B5
PHYSICAL
TECHNICAL
PSYCHOLOGICAL
TACTICAL
NOMENCLATURE PHYSICAL ABILITIES
RESISTANCE: R1
(GAME OF WARM UP AND RECOVERY WORK)
R2
(RESISTANCE LOW INTENSITY. AEROBIC CAPACITY)

R3
(RESISTANCE HIGH INTENSITY. AEROBIC POWER)
R4
(RESISTANCE MAXIMUM INTENSITY. LACTIC WORK)

R5
(RESISTANCE MAXIMUM EFFORTS)

R6
(RESISTANCE OF COMPETITION)
FORCE: F0
(COMPENSATORY FORCE AND INDIVIDUAL PREVENTIVE WORK)
F1
(RESISTANCE FORCE OR INTERMITTENT)

F2
(EXPLOSIVE FORCE RESISTANCE)

F3
(EXPLOSIVE FORCE SPECIFIC)
VELOCITY: V1
(VELOCITY REACTION AND GESTURAL)

V2
(VELOCITY ACCELERATION AND DISPLACEMENT)
COORDINATION CAPACITIES: CC
INJURY PREVENTION: IP
ACTIVE AND PASIVE STRETCHING: EST
INTENSITY
PHYSICAL OBJECTIVES
BY
INTEGRATED TRAINING
FITNESS TRAINING

FOOTBALL PREPARATION
U-12
R1 - R2 - R6
INITIATION
FORMATION
R1 - R2 - R3 - R4 - R5 - R6
R1 - R2 - R3 - R4 - R5 - R6
PERFECTION
U-13
R1 - R2 - R6
F0
F0
V1 - V2
V1 - V2
CC
CC
IP
IP
EST
EST
THE BEST AGE FASE TO WORK COORDINATION AND SPEED
U-14
U-15
U-16
U-18
R1 - R2 - R3 - R6
F0 - F1 - F2 - F3
V1 - V2
CC
EST
IP
F1:
Compensatory force
F3:
Coordination
R1 - R2 - R3 - R4 - R5 - R6
F0 - F1 - F2 - F3
V1 - V2
CC
EST
IP
R4 - R5:
Work in progress
F2 - F3:
Work in progress
F0 - F1 - F2 - F3
V1 - V2
CC
EST
IP
F0 - F1 - F2 - F3
V1 - V2
CC
EST
IP
CAPACITY FOR GAME
PHYSICAL QUALITIES
ANTHROPOMETRIC CONDITIONS
PERCEPTION TACTICAL
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
THE TARGET IS A PLAYER PROFILE WITH GREATER ABILITY TO MAKE DECISIONS
PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS
TACTICAL SKILLS
TECHNICAL SKILLS
SPORTS PERFORMANCE
WEATHER CONDITIONS
BASIC CONDITIONS
TRAINING SESSION
CLOSE CIRCLE OF PROGRESSION
SELECT THE PLAYERS WITH THE CORRECT PROFILE FOR EVERY POSITION
HOW WE WANT TO PLAY
USE THE TRAINING SEASON TO WORK WITH THE SELECTED PLAYERS THE WAY WE WANT TO PLAY
DEFINE THE WAY WE WANT TO PLAY IN EVERY POSITION AND SITUATION
GROUP OF PLAYERS
TRAINING SESSION
The TRAINING SESSION is the TOOL to get the players learn how we want to play.
Every season we re-select possible new players to continue improving the team.
THE TRAINING SESSION
WORK TO PREPARE BEFORE EVERY TRAINING SEASON
MORE GENERAL TO MORE SPECIFIC:
In the younger ages the work should be more general, with little regard to the position in the field. At older ages the work must be specific as a function of position in the field (ex possessions must be by position, not free).
OBJECTIVES OF EACH SESSION:

Each exercise should have a clear objective to work. We must correct the players in that point. The quality of the exercise will give the corrections made ​​by the coach. (ex driving exercise, does not behave the same with / without opposition).
VARIETY OF EXERCISES:
Do not do always the same exercise for a specific aspect (ex. pass).
Define so clear in every exercise the groups, position and
COMPETITION.
TRAINING SESSION
ORGANIZED:
The session must be prepared before you start. Groups each exercise, the cones prepared, position of the staff, material.
TIME TO IMPROVE:
We must create situations for players to work actions that they do not do well (ex. use their “bad” leg). If they improve in the training will be able to use at games.
USE THE TIME:
Use the time of rest between exercises: Drinking water, stretching, general strength work .
MAXIMUM DEMAND:
We must constantly correct the players in the game aspects and attitudes (ex. when the coach calls their, must come quickly not walk).
PUT ALL THE ISSUES INSIDE THE TRAINING SESSION PAPER
TYPES OF EXERCISES
TYPES OF
EXERCISES
Games from 4x4 to 11x11 players respect the positions they occupy in the field usually. Concept related with the previous exercises.
B5.
STRATEGY
Possession situations (with opposition) but with the players in positions similar to the game. From + to - complex number of players.
B3.1
Without opposition or combinative actions
B3.2
With opposition or OFF-DEF
B1.1
Simple decision-making
B1.2
Complex decision-making
B6.
CORRECTIONS WORK
POST-MATCH
B7.
INJURY PREVENTION / STRETCHING
B2.
POSITION GAMES
Individual aspects. Offensive and defensive (passing, control, anticipation ...).
Work the offensive/defensive structure of the team. It can be all the team or only one line.
B4.
FOOTBALL GAMES
Prepare and work strategy actions offensive and defensive: Corner – Fault – Lateral fault – Throw in.
Methodology: Disposition - Application.
B1.
ESSENTIAL SKILLS
B3.
TEAM STRUCTURE
B5.1
Defensive (Close)
B5.2
Offensive (Open)
Recovery training to correct the mistakes of the game.
B6.1
Mistakes that change the initial planning
Always do before and after training session.
B7.1
Injury prevention
B7.2
Stretching
B7.3
Individual work
MUST CHOOSE
3 TYPES x SESSION
PHYSICAL "B" RELATION
RESISTANCE
R1:
B1 - B5
R2:
B1 - B2
R3:
B1 - B2 - B3
R4:
B1 - B2 - B3
R5:
B1 - B2
R6:
B4
VELOCITY
V1:
B1 - B2 - B3
V2:
B1 - B2 - B3
FORCE
F0:
B7
F1:
B1 - B3
F2:
B1
F3:
B1
COORDINATION
CAPACITIES
CC:
B1 - B7
INJURY
PREVENTION
IP:
B7
STRETCHING
EST:
B7
SEASON PLANNING
Definition:
Organize contents of the training, with the aim of structure the team's annual improvement.
Variables to evaluate:
Schedules extra sport (Studies, Religion, Holidays). Sports Calendar (Competition National - International). Composition of staff (Features, Talent).
How? When? For?:
Distribution of training content in line with the particular stage.
Prior to starting of the season and with the knowledge of the variables that influence this.
With the end goal of planning internalized.
SEASON PLANNING
ANNUAL
SEASON PLANNING
MONTHLY
SEASON PLANNING
WEEKLY
TYPES OF EXERCISES ("B")
BY AGE
B1
INITIATION
PERFECTION
B1
B1
FORMATION
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
COACH
METHODOLOGY OF THE MICROCYCLE
Since four different targets we prepare the evolution week.
This evolution it must be from less difficult to more difficult.
We have to take into account the time of the week:
If we are near of the competition.
The group work.
Control of physical charge.
SEASON PLANNING
ANNUAL
SEASON PLANNING
MONTHLY
SEASON PLANNING
WEEKLY
HEAD COACH:
----- -----

ASSISTANT COACH:
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FRAN
SANCHEZ
TECHNICAL
DIRECTOR
HAMAD
MOHAMED

GRASSROOTS
IVAN
TORRES
FITNESS
COACH
JOSEP
PASCUAL
GOALKEEPER
COACH
ALBERT
FERNANDEZ
U-19
COACH
DANIEL
POYATOS
U-16
COACH
SERGIO
TORAN
U-14
COACH
1 - GOALKEEPER
2 - RIGHT BACK
4 - LEFT CENTER BACK
5 - LEFT BACK
3 - RIGHT CENTER BACK
10 - LEFT MIDFIELDER
8 - RIGHT MIDFIELDER
9 - CENTER FORWARD
7 - RIGHT FORWARD
6 - CENTER MIDFIELDER
11 - LEFT FORWARD
PHYSICAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS
Good height, agility, reaction velocity.
Personality, command.
DEFENSIVE ASPECTS
Air game.
Technical actions (catch, reject the ball…).
Domain Tactical Aspects.
OFFENSIVE ASPECTS
Domain restart actions.
Domain feet game.
PHYSICAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS
Speed and reaction velocity.
Right foot.
DEFENSIVE ASPECTS
Difficult to overcome in the 1vs1.
Domain of the space and body shape.
OFFENSIVE ASPECTS
Safe way to play.
Domain the cross.
PHYSICAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS
Speed and reaction velocity.
Left foot.
DEFENSIVE ASPECTS
Difficult to overcome in the 1vs1.
Domain of the space and body shape.
OFFENSIVE ASPECTS
Safe way to play.
Domain the cross.
PHYSICAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS
Good height, aggressive.
Speed and power.
Leadership.
Right foot.
DEFENSIVE ASPECTS
Heading game.
Difficult to overcome in the 1vs1.

OFFENSIVE ASPECTS
Good start of the attack game.
PHYSICAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS
Good height, aggressive.
Speed and power.
Leadership.
Left foot.
DEFENSIVE ASPECTS
Heading game.
Difficult to overcome in the 1vs1.

OFFENSIVE ASPECTS
Good start of the attack game.
PHYSICAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS
Work capacity.
Strong and aggressive.
Good communication.
DEFENSIVE ASPECTS
Good positioning.
Heading game.
Difficult to overcome in the 1vs1.
OFFENSIVE ASPECTS
Good positioning.
Domain of short passes, medium and long.
PHYSICAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS
Speed and reaction velocity.
Right foot.
OFFENSIVE ASPECTS
Ability to beat in 1vs1 actions.
Good cross skills.
DEFENSIVE ASPECTS
Transitions: Ability to switch from AT to DEF.
PHYSICAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS
Speed and reaction velocity.
Left foot.
OFFENSIVE ASPECTS
Ability to beat in 1vs1 actions.
Good cross skills.
DEFENSIVE ASPECTS
Transitions: Ability to switch from AT to DEF.
PHYSICAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS
Mobility and dynamic.
Right foot.
OFFENSIVE ASPECTS
Capacity imbalance.
Vision of play, good final pass.
Arrivals in the shooting zone.
DEFENSIVE ASPECTS
Transitions: Ability to switch from AT to DEF.
Line pass control.
PHYSICAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS
Mobility and dynamic.
Left foot.
OFFENSIVE ASPECTS
Capacity imbalance.
Vision of play, good final pass.
Arrivals in the shooting zone.
DEFENSIVE ASPECTS
Transitions: Ability to switch from AT to DEF.
Line pass control.
9.1 - “REFERENCE" FORWARD:
Good physical.
Good finisher with different contact surfaces.
Finished to a contact.
9.2 - “MOBILITY FORWARD:
Speed.
Good uncheck: support/breaking.
Good finisher.
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
3
DOMINATE
TECHNICAL ASPECTS
30%
LEARNING PERIODIZATION BFA
Quality it will be always before than quantity.
Each age must learn some specific points in all different aspects: technical, tactical, physical...
It will be a process for all this learning stage.
It will be a planning with % for each phase and each concept.
WE WILL DIVIDE IN THREE FASES:
PERFECTION:
FROM 17 TILL 19 YEARS OLD
FORMATION:
FROM 14 TILL 16 YEARS OLD
INITIATION:
FROM 10 TILL 13 YEARS OLD
METHODOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE SESSION
EXERCISES INVOLVING MAKING DECISION.
TASKS WITH IMPORTANT CHARGE PERCEPTUAL COGNITIVE.
INTERRELATION PHYSICAL-TECHNICAL-TACTICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL .
ACTIONS TACTICS AND TECHNIQUES WITH MAXIMUM TRANSFER IN THE REAL GAME .
VARIABILITY IN THE EXERCISES AND STIMULUS USED .
EXERCISES WITH COMPETITION AND CONTINUITY.
CONSIDER IN THE EXERCISES ELEMENTS OF INTERNAL LOGIC: SPACE, NUMBER OF PLAYERS, TIME, NUMBER OF TOUCHES,GOAL.
GOOD HYDRATION VERY HIGH TEMPERATURES.
TERMINOLOGICAL CLARIFICATION
PHYSICAL TRAINING
FOOTBALL TRAINING
TYPES OF EXERCISES
EXERCISES
Games from 4x4 to 11x11 players respect the positions they occupy in the field usually. Concept related with the previous exercises.
B5.
STRATEGY
Possession situations (with opposition) but with the players in positions similar to the game. From + to - complex number of players.
B3.1
Without opposition or combinative actions
B3.2
With opposition or OFF-DEF
B1.1
Simple decision-making
B1.2
Complex decision-making
B6.
CORRECTIONS WORK POST-MATCH
B7.
INJURY PREVENTION / STRETCHING
B2.
POSITION GAMES
Work the offensive/defensive structure of the team. It can be all the team or only one line.
B4.
FOOTBALL GAMES
Prepare and work strategy actions offensive and defensive: Corner – Fault – Lateral fault – Throw in.
Methodology: Disposition - Application.
B1.
ESSENTIAL SKILLS
B3.
TEAM STRUCTURE
B5.1
Defensive (Close)
B5.2
Offensive (Open)
Recovery training to correct the mistakes of the game.
B6.1
Mistakes that change the initial planification
Always do before and after training session.
B7.1
Injury prevention
B7.2
Stretching
B7.3
Individual work
IMPORTANT ASPECTS
INITIATION
WARM UP
RETURN
TO CALM
MAIN PART
INTERRELATION PHYSIC WORK WITH THE TECHNICAL-TACTICAL
INTRODUCTION
PHYSICAL ABILITIES
PHYSICAL WORK
INSIDE THE SESSION
FORMATION
WARM UP
RETURN
TO CALM
MAIN PART
INTERRELATION PHYSIC WORK WITH THE TECHNICAL-TACTICAL
PROCOTOL ACTIVE STRETCH / DYNAMIC MOBILITY
TECHNICAL EXERCISE
COORDINATION WORK
WARMING UP WITH MAKING DECISION
PROTOCOL PASSIVE STRETCHING
ACTIVE RECOVERY AND RELAX
ACCURACY GAME
PERFECTION
WARM UP
RETURN
TO CALM
MAIN PART
INTERRELATION PHYSIC WORK WITH THE TECHNICAL-TACTICAL
-
+
PLAYERS
PROFILES

TECHNICAL
STRUCTURE

LEARNING
PERIODIZATION BFA

TRAINING
SESSION

FITNESS
AREA

GOALKEEPER
AREA

GAME
SYSTEM

PLANNING
PHYSICAL ABILITIES BY AGE
=
EXERCISE
BOOK

GAME SYSTEM
The players must be always focus and participating, not only when the ball is near them.
All players must participate in offensive and defensive way.
When we have the ball, we should be attacking but ready to defense.
When we don’t have the ball, we should be defending but ready to attack.
GENERAL ASPECTS
WE WILL PLAY ZONE DEFENSE.

We must defense with line together in all zones of the field.
When the ball is in center line, we must leave free both sides.
When the ball is in one side we must leave free the opposite side.
Transition concept, after lose the ball we must change fast mentality and try to recover the ball as far as we can. If its not possible we will lines together.
After recover the ball the first action must be very save.
Defensive surveillance are very important even we have the ball we must keep attention to the game not just the ball.
Players must protect the goal, take care of ball and opposite player and keep the ball distance.
Movement related to the ball, helps and good position.



We’ll play with four defense in zone.
We’ll defense always the center zone, cross is what we are looking for LB and RB will go to press and the nearest CB will guide the line.
Body shape is very important to keep attention to ball and player at the same time we’ll be ready to run.
This defensive block will wait in zone 2 regularly
Inside the box players must be focus in marks, zone defense disappear.
Keep good distance with midfielders line.
Movement related to the ball, helps and good position.
Always defending cutting line pass.
Fast transition attack-defense



The center striker will be the first defense and the LW and RW will be a little bit behind him.
RW and LW will offer always the side to exit.
Keep good distance with defensive line.
Movement related to the ball, helps and good position.
Players must be behind the ball as fast as they can.



Usually formation is in triangle.
Defensive midfielder will keep the center line as mush as he can, in continuous helpings to CB.
Offensive midfielders must be behind the ball
They will play in continuous helpings, in diagonal related the position of the ball.
Maximum attention to long balls, second balls and recover position in this balls.
DEFENSE SYSTEM
GENERAL ASPECTS
DEFENSE SYSTEM
DEFENSE LINE
DEFENSE SYSTEM
MIDFIELDERS LINE
DEFENSE SYSTEM
FORWARDS LINE
Players must be in amplitude because then we will get depth.
We’ll build always triangle to create line pass
When we recover the ball, we’ll play forward always if it will be possible,
We will play very save in initiation phase
Midfielders will give dynamism to the team in movements. They will move the ball as fast as they can with pass and not to run with the ball, just when its so necessary they will run with the ball.
Midfielders will arrive to finalization zone.
Avoid lose the ball in stupid and easy situations.
We must finish the action when we are near the opposite goal.
OFFENSIVE ASPECTS
EXERCISE BOOK
PLAYERS EXERCISES
GOALKEEPERS EXERCISES
GK
1
GK
2
GK
3
B
1
B
2
B
3
B
4
B
5
B
6
B
7
GK
1
ANALYTIC
GK
2
MIXED
GK
3
GLOBAL
B
1
- OFFENSIVE
B
1
- DEFENSIVE
Defensive Objective: Technique Frontal Bloc.
Offensive Objective: Technique of Goal Kick.
-Goal Kick + Coordination + Front Bloc
Defensive Objective: Technique of Frontal Bloc.
Defensive Objective: Technique of Clearence.
-Movements + Clearence and score goal in small goalie.
-On both sides.
Defensive Objective: Technique of Clearence.
Defensive Objective: Technique Save in Fall.
Offensive Objective: Technique of Oriented Control.
Defensive Objective: Technique of Frontal Save and Save in Fall.
-Work of save (frontal bloc and bloc in fall). In five different positions kick:
In the first post.
In second post.
When you want.
Defensive Objective: Technique of Aerial Game (Punch).
Defensive Objective: Technique Aerial Game (Bloc).
Offensive Objective: Technique of Foot Relaunche (Volley Kick).
Defensive Objective: Technique Ball Divided.
Offensive Objective: Technique of Foot Play.
-Goal Kick + Control Oriented + Pass + Save.
-Comments:
In a real actions the goalkeeper sees the action later.
Defensive Objective: Technique Save in fall.
Offensive Objective: Technique of Oriented Control.
Defensive Objective: Technique of Aerial Game (Bloc).
Defensive Objective: Technique Aerial Game (Bloc).
Offensive Objective: Technique of Foot Play.
-This is a game, of two teams. One team cross and catch the ball and the other team intercept the ball.
-Consist that the crosser pass the ball to her partner without intercept the ball the other team.
Defensive Objective: Technique Medium and hand relaunch.
-Working with the group.
-Goalkeepers can only pass the ball in hand behind the red line.
Defensive Objective: Technique 1 VS 1.
Offensive Objective: Technique of Foot Play.
Defensive Objective: Technique of Foot Play.
Offensive Objective: Technique of Foot Play.
B
1
CONTROL/PASS
B
1
RUN WITH BALL
B
1
SHOOTING
B
1
DRIBBLING
B
1
HEADING
B
1
CROSSING
B
1
INTERCEPTATION
B
1
REJECT
B
2
POSITION GAMES
B
2
POSITION GAMES
B
3
TEAM STRUCTURE
B
4
FOOTBALL GAMES
B
5
STRATEGY
B
6
CORRECTIONS POST-MATCH
B
7
STRECHT/PREVENTION
Aims to correct:
Oriented control-Body shape-Use the right foot-Peripheral vision-Accuracy-
Give pass lines
Development:
-Action technique with continuity and without opposition.
-Follow the sequences of passes in the draw.
-The players always are following the ball related to change their position.
-The last movement the player runs with the ball to the start.
Aims to correct:
Oriented control-Body shape-Use the right foot-Peripheral vision-Accuracy-
Give pass lines
Development:
-Technique action with continuity and without opposition.
-Follow the sequences of drawing passes.
-The players always are following the ball related to change their position.
-The last movement player runs with the ball to the start.
Aims to correct:
Oriented control-Body shape-Use the right foot-Peripheral vision-Accuracy-Give pass lines
Development:
-Technique action with continuity and without opposition.
-Play always with your color.
-Play only with other color.
-Make pass only between his colors.
-Make sequence of different colors.
Development:
-Technique action with continuity and opposition.
-After the pass change the position to the other side, just in front of you.
-If the defense player intercepts the pass, this player change the roll with the player who made the pass.
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate foot-Peripheral vision-Permanent control
Development:
-There is a competition. Players must try to steal the ball from the box of the other teams, running with the ball saving the cones and leaving this ball in their box.
-Different variants can have conduction:
-Each time a foot.
-Turn any cone before reaching the area.
-Driving back at some point along the route, etc ...
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate foot-Peripheral vision-Permanent control
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate foot-Peripheral vision-Permanent control
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate foot-Peripheral vision-Permanent control
Development:
-Follow the color sequence annotated by the coach, forcing players to pass through the doors of adequate color.
Development:
-One player is runnig till the line trying to shoot the ball.
Second player is in persecution trying to avoid this shoot before the line.
-If he touchs the first player or the player with the ball does a mistake, they will change the role of the players from attack to defense.
Development:
-Improving the pass into space between players near to end in a goal area.
-Practicing Timing between passer and finalizer.
-Finish with aimed shoots with precision.
Development:
-Improving the crosses.
-Practicing Timing between passer and finalizer.
-Finish with aimed shoots with precision.
Development:
-Improving the crosses.
-Practicing Timing between passer and finalizer.
-Finish with aimed shoots with precision.
Development:
-Finishing with opposition.
-The attacking team always plays in superiority.
-Look for provocate numeral superiority and then create easy situation to shoot.
Aims to correct:
Appropriate technical gesture-Timing of the action
Aims to correct:
Appropriate technical gesture-Timing of the action
Aims to correct:
Appropriate technical gesture-Timing of the action
Development:
-Overcome the opponent inside the playing area.
-If you do not overcomes roll change.
Development:
-Overcome the opponent inside the playing area.
-If you do not overcomes roll change.
Development:
-Overcome the opponent inside the playing area.
-After of the actions change the line.
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate contact area to shoot-Good body shape-Accuracy
when are shooting-When the player is close of goalkeeper not strong kick but hit out of
the reach of goalkeeper.
Development:
-Overcome the opponent inside the playing area.
-If you do not overcomes roll change.
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate surface-Good body shape-Right Timing-Accuracy when are heading
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate surface-Good body shape-Right Timing-Accuracy when are heading
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate surface-Good body shape-Right Timing-Accuracy when are heading
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate surface-Good body shape-Right Timing-Accuracy when are heading
Development:
-Technical action with continuity and without opposition.
-Follows the sequences of passes in the draw.
-The players always are following the ball related to change position.
-The last lap runs with the ball at the start.
Development:
-Each team has three defenders against four attackers in a half part.
-The defending team works inferiority.
-The offensive team working on superiority, causing the pass and header.
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate contact surface-Good body shape to cross and finish-Accuracy when are crossing
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate contact surface-Good body shape to cross and finish-Accuracy when are crossing
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate contact surface-Good body shape-Accuracy when
are crossing
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate contact surface-Good body shape-Accuracy when are crossing
Development:
-Finishing actions with continuity and without opposition.
-After a cross the player attack the ball in the air to finish, the action directly where the coach order.
Development:
-In function of zone that first pass the player will do a different kind of cross.
1. Crossing to find the back of the opponent.
2. Crossing to win the race when they return to the middle.
3. Crossing to anticipate within the area and finish.
Development:
-Each team plays defense at a disadvantage, with the help of external jokers.
-To score a goal the play must be preceded by lateral center.
-Players arrive to their position and attack according the system.
Development:
-Directly playing with wide and this players crossing and the defense team reject this ball.
-After the defense team go to attack on the other field, and there are a team waiting crossing to defense.
Aims to correct:
Take the possession of the opponent-Avoid the progression of the game-Prevent combination-Forcing lost
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Aims to correct:
Take the possession of the opponent-Avoid the progression of the game-Prevent combination-Forcing lost
Aims to correct:
Take the possession of the opponent-Avoid the progression of the game-Prevent combination-Forcing lost
Aims to correct:
Take the possession of the opponent-Avoid the progression of the game-Prevent combination-Forcing lost
Development:
-If the opponent does not surpass the defender changes the role.
Development:
-After pass the player who defense will go to defense and make entry.
Development:
-If the opponent does not surpass the defender changes the role.
-The offensive players should score in small goals.
-The jokers can help making 2vs 1.
Development:
-Game trying to score goal in the small goals.
-The team who attack have superiority with joker.
-Each player in defense team have under control his goal.
Aims to correct:
Take the possession of the opponent-Avoid the progression of the game-Prevent combination-Forcing lost
Aims to correct:
Take the possession of the opponent-Avoid the progression of the game-Prevent combination-Forcing lost
Aims to correct:
Cover lines pass-Modify the path-Avoid the ball arrive to other players
Aims to correct:
Cover lines pass-Modify the path-Prevent the ball reaches it's target
Development:
-The offensive team try to keep the ball.
-The defensive team must intercept the ball to change role.
Development:
-Technical action with continuity and opposition.
-6x3 in three areas. Each team plays in an area.
-In attack they must have continuity and get passes among themselves.
-In defense must intercept the ball in his area.
-When recover the ball change the role with the team that lose ball.
Development:
-The defense players are waiting to intercept the crossing.
-After the action the players change the line.
-The defensive players also change.
Aims to correct:
Away the ball from danger-Body position to hit with power-Anticipate the trajectories-Try clearing guide
Aims to correct:
Away the ball from danger-Body position to hit with power-Anticipate
the trajectories-Try clearing guide
Development:
-Red player trow in to blue player, during these time, green come to press, and blue make a oriented reject to score goal on small goals.
Development:
-First action: after long pass try to give to the maniquine, the defense reject this ball trying score in the small goals.
-Midfielders are ready to take rebound, after they pass directly to the wide and the wind players make across, and the first defense reject the second ball.
Development:
-Always the action starting with long pass from goalkeeper and clear in the air game the first action.
Development:
-Directly playing with wide and this players crossing and the defense team reject this ball.
-After the defense team go to attack on the other field, and there are a team waiting crossing to defense.
Development:
-An area of ​​10/15x10/15 meters, exercise to keep the ball possession 4x2.
-The aim is to conserve ball possession as long as possible, and the team with defensive role steal it as quickly as possible.
Aims to correct:
Correct body shape related to give continuity-Support and mobility-Prepare the ball
Development:
-Over an area of ​10/15x15/20 meters, exercise to keep the ball possession 6x2.
-The aim is to conserve ball possession as long as possible, and the team with defensive role is steal it as quickly as possible.
Aims to correct:
Correct body shape related to give continuity-Support and mobility-Give the line pass related to overcome the opposite players-Cover and support
Aims to correct:
Correct body shape related to give continuity-Support and mobility-Give the line pass related to overcome the opposite players-Cover and support
Development:
-Over an area of ​​10/15x15/20 meters, exercise to keep the ball possession 3x3x2.
-The aim is to conserve ball possession as long as possible, and the team with defensive role it steal it as quickly as possible.
-The aim is to provoke defensive diamond sequences to cause the cover and support and also the adversary can not find passing lanes inside.
Aims to correct:
Correct body shape related to give continuity-Support and mobility-Give the
line pass related to overcome the opposite players-Cover and support
Development:
-Over an area of ​​10/15x15/20 meters, exercise to keep the ball possession 4x4x3.
-The aim is to conserve ball possession as long as possible, and the team with defensive role it steal it as quickly as possible.
-The aim is to provoke defensive diamond sequences to cause the cover and support and also the adversary can not find passing lanes inside.
Aims to correct:
The games are geared more to the specificity of the real situation inside the game
Development:
-Over an area of 65x45meters, exercise to keep the ball possession 10x5. -The aim is to conserve ball possession as long as possible, and the team with defensive role it steal it as quickly as possible.
-Each offensive player will play in its usual position.
-Each player will defend their area and may not share the possession of another.
-When you regain possession quickly change the role.
-Can not play passes to the nearest, just between center back.
Aims to correct:
The games are geared more to the specificity of the real situation inside the
game
Development:

-Over an area of 65x45meters, exercise to keep the ball possession 7x7+3.
-The aim is to conserve ball possession as long as possible, and the team with defensive role it steal it as quickly as possible.
Aims to correct:
Back four position-Reduction in function of the ball line-Body Shape in function of the marking-Covers in function of the ball and the opponent
Development:
-Defense organized against a positional attack (5vs4).
-Defensive objective recover the ball as soon as possible with good organization.
Aims to correct:
Distance between lines-Defensive movement-Short block
Development:
-The defense team without the ball, always defense in to areas depending position ball, if is up or down.
-The offensive team can play in all the field keeping positioning and possession ball.
Aims to correct:
Defensive structure team-Reduction in function of the ball line-Body Shape in function of the marking-Covers in function of the ball and the opponent
Development:
-Objective defensive recover the ball as soon as possible with good organization.
-After you recover the ball back quickly to the initial structure of the team.
Aims to correct:
Position of the players in the field-Supervision about the evolution of our team-Correct offensive aspects-Correct defensive aspects
Development:
-Play 11vs11, maintaining position.
-Depending on the opponent can change the game system related our necessities.
Aims to correct:
Position of the players in the field-Supervision about the evolution of our team-Correct offensive aspects-Correct defensive aspects
Development:
-The team that has the ball play in superiority to try to do 2vs1 in different zones and take profit to score goal.
Aims to correct:
Position of the players in the field-Supervision about the evolution of our team-Correct offensive aspects-Correct defensive aspects
Development:
-Play 6 vs 6, keeping position.
-To score goal, the team who make, they must cross the half field line.
Aims to correct:
Position of the players in the field-Take profit of the numerical superiority-Correct offensive aspects-Correct defensive aspects
Development:
-The team with the ball played in superiority to try to do 2vs1 in different zones and take profit to scored goal.
Aims to correct:
Throw in-Timing
Development:
-Playing a sequence of throw in to finish in kick or crossing depending of creating space.
-After this sequence change the position.
Aims to correct:
Positioning in the field-Timing to attack the ball-Body shape
Aims to correct:
Positioning in the field
Development:
-Make positioning in set play. Offensive and Defensive.
-Make a competition between two team, and put score to provoke that the players are focus in the main target.
Aims to correct:
Positioning in the field
Development:
-Make positioning in set play. Offensive and Defensive.
-Make a competition between two team, and put score to provoke that the players are focus in the main target.
Aims to correct:
Oriented control-Body shape-Use the right foot-Peripheral vision-Accuracy-
Give pass lines
Development:
-Technique action with continuity and without opposition.
-Follows the sequences of dribbling in the draw.
-The players always are following the ball realted to change his position.
-The last lap runs with the ball at the start.
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate contact surface related to shoot-Good body shape-Accuracy when are shooting-When the player is close to goalkeeper not strong kick but hit out of the reach goalkeeper
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate contact area for the shoot-Good body shape-Accuracy when are shooting-When the player is close of goalkeeper not strong kick but hit out of the reach of goalkeeper
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate contact area for the shoot-Good body shape-Accuracy when are shooting-When the player is close of goalkeeper not strong kick but hit out of the reach of goalkeeper
Aims to correct:
Use the appropriate contact area for the shoot-Good body shape-Accuracy when are shooting-When the player is close of goalkeeper not strong kick but hit out of the reach of goalkeeper
Development:
-As indicated in the drawing, keep the line trying to pass the ball head.
-After the heading change line.
Development:
-Finishing actions with continuty and without opposition.
-After a cross the player attack the ball in the air to finish, the action directly where the coach order.
Aims to correct:
Away the ball from danger-Body position to hit with power-Anticipate
the trajectories-Try clearing guide
Aims to correct:
Away the ball from danger-Body position to hit with power-Anticipate
the trajectories-Try clearing guide
Aims to correct:
Correct body shape related to give continuity-Support and mobility-Give line pass related to overcome the opposite player
Development:
-Over an area of ​​10/15x15/20 meters, exercise to keep the ball possession 3x3x2.
-The aim is to conserve ball possession as long as possible, and the team with defensive role is steal it as quickly as possible.
-The aim is to provoke defensive triangle sequences to cause the cover and supports the players.
Development:
-Defense organized against a positional attack (7vs6).
-Defensive objective recover the ball as soon as possible with good organization.
-We introduce defensive triangle 6,8,10.
Aims to correct:
Back four positions in defense-Midfield line positions in defense-Reduction in function of the ball line-Body Shape in function of the marking-Covers in function of the ball and the opponent
Development:
-Make positioning in set play. Offensive and Defensive.
-Make a competition between two team, and put score to provoke
that the players are focus in the main target.
-Frontal Movement + Frontal Bloc + Go Back and start again in other side.
-Comments:
So much attention at the basic position ( weight forward, hands in front the knees, knees bent ).
-A game: when the goalkeeper give one pass to coach, the other goalkeeper start to run and protect the far goalie.
-The first Goalkeeper star with one pass,
the second goalkeeper give a Oriented control and one Pass + Coordination + Fall Save in small goalie.
-Goal Kick + Joint Mobility + Aerial Game Punch.
-Give a pass with Punch.
-Volley Kick + Pass volley kick + Cross with volley kick + Coordination and save the ball.
-Comments:
When the goalkeeper start the coordination stair,
he must be attention from the ball.
-Goal Kick + Control Oriented + Pass + Save.
-Comments:
In a real actions the goalkeeper sees
the action later.
-Pass above + Frontal Bloc + Joint mobility.
-Comments:
When the goalkeepers are ready they start a game, which consist in pass the ball above the player who stay in the middle.
-Set for the job 1 c 1 in a field of 10 to 12 feet long and 8 wide.
-Teams made up front and keeper, which is changed every ball intercepted or leave out.
-Group Work, position game.
-The goalkeepers are Jokers and play in a position similar to reality.
-The objective is start in one side and finish in the other one.
-We play with feet, and when one striker goes to pres the goalkeeper give a pass to one small goal.
Aims to correct:
Correcting bad actions-Talk about mistakes and right things-Exercise to work press in defense
Development:
-Our offensive players must stay ready to press opponent.
-They follow a sequence commented by us.
Aims to correct:
Correcting bad actions-Talk about mistakes and right things-Correct block team in defense
Development:
-The offensive team must play always in tree space (Blue, Yellow, Red).
-The defensive team always defending only in two zone depending on where the ball. (Blue,Yellow - Red, yellow).
-Lines together.
-Reduce the space between line fast.
-They defend and attack all keeping a balance in positioning
Aims to correct:
Correcting bad actions-Talk about mistakes and right things-Starting
with the ball
Development:
-Initiation of superiority offensive game.
-The attacking team must overcome the opponent by the combination.
-The defending team must recover to try to score in the goal of the game start.
Aims to correct:
Correcting bad actions-Talk about mistakes and right things-Get use to keep the ball in the center line area
Development:
-In attack:
-Keep possession and team structure.
-Don’t repeat more than four passes in the same area.
-In defense:
-How many balls recover each team with the same time.
-Organization and correct defensive positioning.
Development:
-After pass the player who defense will go to defense and make entry.
BASIC RULES
BASIC RULES
BASIC RULES
Individual aspects. Offensive and defensive (passing, control, anticipation ...).
USING ANALYTICAL - MIXED - GLOBAL SITUATIONS.
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