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Passing Drill – Looking for the Right Position

This drill is geared towards improving players’ agility and strategic thinking through a challenging combination of passing and movement. Players engage in a dynamic sequence of passing, with a twist: they have to continuously change their positions by following certain rules. It’s a test of their awareness and adaptability.

They need to anticipate their teammates’ next moves and adjust their own positions accordingly, making sure not to repeat any previous patterns. This activity is great for enhancing physical agility and sharpening decision-making skills on the field.


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Passing Sequence with different Positions

Passing sequence (looking for position)

Organization: 

Players complete a predetermined passing sequence and after each pass have to change to a different position. Position changes take place according to predetermined rules. Players cannot change to positions they passed to. They also cannot change to positions the previous passing player ran to. This means that players are forced to closely follow the passing sequence and be aware of the previously active players’ actions in order to accomplish their own position search in accordance with the rules.

  • Player A passes to player B, player B passes to player C, player C passes to player D, and player D passes to player E back at the starting position.
  • The passing sequence continues indefinitely via players E, F, G, and H, and back to the starting position.
  • According to the rules for position hanges, player B cannot change to positions G or H (see 2).
  • Player C cannot change to positions H or E (see 3).
  • Player D cannot change to positions E or F (see 4).
  • Starting player A is only restricted from changing to position F, and with his resulting running path (see 1) specifies the follow-up actions of the subsequent pass receivers.

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  • 392 pages & 350 games & drills
  • From Beginner to Advanced Players
  • With detailed coaching tips

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