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2017 Spring Goalkeeper Training Programs

 

ONE WORLD SOCCER SPRING 2017 GOALKEEPER TRAINING PROGRAMS

 

A One World Soccer goalkeeper is not just the player who can catch the ball with his hands. A goalkeeper is the first attacker and the last defender in a soccer team.

 

goalkeeper is both a field player and a leader on the field. They should be able to understand the game, participate in every action of the game, and interact with the team by informing them what is happening in the field in a way that they can become a pair of extra eyes for each player in the team.

 

In One World Soccer, we want to develop goalkeepers who are able to be field players so they can utilize the feet in building the play from the back or be an option for restarting the play.

 

A successful goalkeeper shows leadership on the field, helps the team communicate and learns to master all the basic goalkeeper techniques in order for him/her to have the ability to make saves with a high percentage of success whenever needed.

 

"The best goalkeeper is not the one who saves more goals.  The best keeper is the one who is able to lead his team to avoid scoring opportunities from the attacking team."

 

 

Under Coach Jonas Hunt and Coach Frank Aguirre´s leadership, the 2017 Spring Season Goalkeeper Training Programs are designed for all goalkeepers, ages 8-14, with three different levels:

 

  

- ACADEMY:  Analytical and practical technical work of the basic goalkeeper technique, and introduction to technical – tactical situations.

 

Group 1.  07 Boys & 07, 08, 09 & 10 Girls.  

Tuesdays, from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM, at Pfluger Park 1.

 

Group 2.  08 Boys, 09 & 10 Boys. 

Wednesdays, from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM, at Pfennig fields. 

 

 

- 9v9 SELECT: Analytical and practical technical work of advanced goalkeeper technique and work of technical-tactical situations.

 

Group 05 & 06 Boys:  

Tuesdays, from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM, at Pfluger Park 1.

Wednesdays, from 7:15 PM to 8:00 PM, at Pfennig fields.

Thursdays, from 7:15 PM to 8:00 PM, at Pfennig fields.

 

Group 05 & 06 Girls. 

Mondays, from 7:15 PM to 8:00 PM, at Pfluger Park 1.

Tuesdays, from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM, at Pfluger Park 1.

Wednesdays, from 7:15 PM to 8:00 PM, at Pfennig fields.

 

 

11v11 SELECT: Analytical and practical technical work of advanced goalkeeper technique, work on advance technical -tactical situations and physical-technical work.

 

Group 02, 03 & 04 Boys.

Tuesdays, from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM, at Pfluger Park 1.

Wednesdays, from 8:00 PM to 8:45 PM, at Pfennig fields.

Thursdays, from 8:00 PM to 8:45 PM, at Pfennig fields.

 

Group 02, 03 & 04 Girls. 

Mondays, from 8:00 PM to 8:45 PM, at Pfluger Park 1.

Tuesdays, from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM, at Pfluger Park 1.

Wednesdays, from 8:00 PM to 8:45 PM, at Pfennig fields.

 

 

SPRING 2017 GOALKEEPER TRAINING PROGRAMS:

 

-  Academy (12 sessions and 2 rain-out sessions):

Week 1.  February 13-16.  Air ball handling.  W catch and scoop catch.

Week 2.  February 20-23.  Ground ball handling: scoop up and positioning towards the ball.

Week 3.  February 27-March 2.  Ball Distribution: overhand throw and rolling.

Week 4.  March 6-9.  Collapse diving to a ground ball.

Week 5.  March 20-23.  Collapse diving to a waist high.

Week 6.  March 27-30.  Collapse diving technique review and mix situations.

Week 7.  April 3-6.  Extra Step.

Week 8.  April 10-13.  Jumping catch.

Week 9.  April 17-20.  Jumping catch and measuring.

Week 10.  April 24-27.  Catch and attacking distribution.

Week 11.  May 1-4.  Footwork and playing outside the box.

Week 12.  May 8-11.  Review and real situations.

Week 13.  May 15-18.  Rain-out week.

Week 14.  May 22-25.  Rain-out week.

 

 -  9v9 Select (36 sessions and 6 rain-out sessions):

Week 1.  February 13-16.  Angle shot situations.

Week 2.  February 20-23.  Ground ball handling: scoop up and positioning towards the ball and frontal diving.

Week 3.  February 27-March 2.  Low shots and crowded situations inside the box.

Week 4.  March 6-9.  Ball distribution: overhand throw and rolling, punt and volley service.

Week 5.  March 20-23.  Catch the ball and counter attack distribution.

Week 6.  March 27-30.  Power shot deflection situations.

Week 7.  April 3-6.  1v1 technique.

Week 8.  April 10-13.  Footwork and playing outside the box.

Week 9.  April 17-20.  Playing out of the box situations: anticipate or recover position.

Week 10.  April 24- 27.  Free kicks: wall set up and positioning towards the ball.

Week 11.  May 1-4.  Crosses.

Week 12.  May 8-11.  Introduction to power diving.

Week 13.  May 15-18.  Rain-out week.

Week 14.  May 22-25.  Rain-out week.

 

- 11v11 Select (36 sessions and 6 rain-out sessions): 

Week 1.  February 13-16.  Angle shot situations.

Week 2.  February 20-23.  Low shots and crowded situations inside the box.

Week 3.  February 27-March 2.  Catch the ball and counter attack distribution.

Week 4.  March 6-9.  Free kicks: wall set up and positioning towards the ball.

Week 5.  March 20-23.  Speed and reaction speed.

Week 6.  March 27-30.  Power shot deflection situations.

Week 7.  April 3-6.  Unbalanced reaction and recovery speed.

Week 8.  April 10-13.  1v1 technique and real situations.

Week 9.  April 17-20.  Power dive technique.

Week 10.  April 24-27.  Playing out of the box situations: anticipate or recover position.

Week 11.  May 1-4.  Crosses.

Week 12.  May 8-11.  Explosive vertical jump.

Week 13.  May 15-18.  Rain-out week.

Week 14.  May 22-25.  Rain-out week.