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1v1 back to goal race is as fun 1v1 exercise where the first player to run around the cone in front of them gets the ball to attack on goal.
3v3 in waves is a fast paced shooting game where players can earn an advantage and get a shot off by attacking quickly.
Keep away to wide players is a fun keep away style game where once a team completes a given number of passes they can play it out wide and attack.
Straight up 1v1 to goal is one of the simplest 1v1 variations where the defender plays a ball out to the attacker who then tries to score against them.
3v3 take back to attack is an easy small sided game where once a team wins the ball they have to play it back to the coach before going towards goal.
Escape the rondo is a keep away style game where the players in the middle need to dribble out as soon as they have won the ball.
Shooting in 2v1 to waves is a great exercise to get players to work on finishing in both solo and 2v1 situations.
Back and forth 2v1s is a possessional 2v1 variation where players aim to combine with one another to get past a defender and play a ball in to the opposite side. Once this is achieved, the players on the other side attack in the opposite direction.
This rondo variation is played with two teams. When one team loses the ball or maintains possession for a given amount of time, a new ball starts on the opposite side.
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