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Title: BCSA Small Sided Games


1
BCSA Small Sided Games
2
Small Sided Games
Eleven-a-side soccer is an adult game devised by
and for adults to enjoy.
Small Sided Games or Mini Soccer are any game
played with less than eleven players per side.
BCSA includes all age groups up to adult, U12
and younger play Small Sided Games
3
Small Sided Games
  • The objective of small-sided games is a
    staircase approach for young players to grow into
    the adult game of 11 versus 11

4
B C S A Stairway of Development
5
Benefits of Playing Small Sided Games
  • Small side games offer many positive challenges
    that foster player development
  • These include
  • The opportunity to repeatedly touch the ball
  • Repeatedly experience basic tactical challenges
  • The ability to actively participate is fun, we
    know players develop when they enjoy themselves
  • When players enjoy themselves, they remain
    consumers of the game
  • Player retention should be the number one
    priority of all youth coaches

6
Benefits of Playing Small Sided Games
  • Individual participation and development is
    fostered due to the players receiving more
    playing time
  • Due to individual involvement the general health
    and fitness increases
  • Confidence and self-esteem is promoted

7
Benefits of Playing Small Sided Games
  • Playing small sided games players are encouraged
    to use freedom of expression
  • By playing and exploring the game, children will
    gravitate to positions they prefer and feel
    comfortable with
  • However - due to the limited numbers and small
    field a player can rotate to being a forward,
    midfielder and defender during the course of the
    game

8
Benefits of Playing Small Sided Games
  • As the players become older they will discover
    their best position
  • The focus is on the PLAYER as the number 1
    priority, supported by the COACH
  • The so called dominant player is prevented
    from holding onto the ball due to the smaller
    area of play

9
Lines of Interaction or Confrontation
  • Lines of interaction or confrontation are the
    possible passing connections and or 1 v 1
    encounters between players
  • By adding additional players to the field of
    play the level of complexity of the game increases

10
Complexity versus Simplicity
Lines of Interaction or Confrontation Example
6 Lines of Interaction or Confrontation
11
Lines of Interaction or Confrontation
  • 2-players 2
  • 3-players 6
  • 4-players 12
  • 5-players 20
  • 6-players 30
  • 7-players 42
  • 8-players 56
  • 9-players 72
  • 10-players 90
  • 11-players 110
  • 12-players 132
  • 13-players 156
  • 14-players 182
  • 16-players 240
  • 18-players 306
  • 20-players 380
  • 22-players 462

12
Players cover 4236 yards in 25 minutes, compared
to a professional Bundesliga player who covers
only about 1000 yards more in the same period.
Physical Stress Levels
13
Number of Ball Touches per Player In 10 Minutes
14
IMPLEMENTATION OF SMALL SIDED GAMES
15
IMPLEMENTATION OF SMALL SIDED GAMES
  • Diagram of the dual field layout

16
Shape of the team
  • Triangles (3 players)

17
Soccer Shapes
  • Diamonds (4 Players)
  • The diamond provides the fundamentals of Attack
    and Defence - Length, Width Depth

18
Playing 3 vs. 3
  • Attacking Shape
  • Forward
  • Back
  • Left
  • Right

19
Playing 3 vs. 3
  • Defending Shape
  • Provides
  • Pressure
  • Cover
  • Balance

20
Playing 4 vs. 4
  • Ideal Attacking Shape
  • Provides
  • Length
  • Depth
  • Width

21
Playing 4 vs. 4
  • Defending Shape
  • Pressure (1st defender on the ball)
  • Cover (2nd defender closest to ball)
  • Balance (3rd defender cover)

22
National Game Structure
23
National Game Structure
British Columbia Soccer Association
Under 6
Game format - 3 v 3 Squad size - 6 Players
(Maximum) Duration - 4 x 8 Minutes Ball
size - 3 Field size - 28 x 18 Meters Goal
size - 2.438 x 1.219 Meters 8ft x 4ft
24
National Game Structure
British Columbia Soccer Association
Under 7 and Under 8
Game format - 4 v 4 Squad size - 8 Players
(Maximum) Duration - 4 x 10 Minutes Ball
size - 3 Field size - 36 x 22 Meters Goal
size - 2.438 x 1.219 Meters 8ft x 4ft
25
National Game Structure
British Columbia Soccer Association
Under 9 and Under 10
Game format - 7 v 7 Squad size - 14 Players
(Maximum) Duration - 2 x 25 Minutes Ball
size - 3 / 4 Field size - 55 x 36 Meters Goal
size - 3.657 x 1.981 Meters 12ft x 6.5ft
26
National Game Structure
British Columbia Soccer Association
Under 11 and Under 12
Game format - 8 v 8 Squad size - 16 Players
(Maximum) Duration - 2 x 30 Minutes Ball
size - 4 Field size - 75 x 55 Meters Goal
size - 5.486 x 1.981 Meters 18ft x 6.5ft
27
National Game Structure
British Columbia Soccer Association
Under 13 and Under 14
Game format - 11 v 11 Squad size - 18 Players
(Maximum) Duration - 2 x 35 Minutes Ball
size - 5 Field size - FIFA Reg Goal
size - 7.3152 x 2.438 24ft x 8ft
28
National Game Structure
British Columbia Soccer Association
Under 15 and Under 16
Game format - 11 v 11 Squad size - 18 Players
(Maximum) Duration - 2 x 40 Minutes Ball
size - 5 Field size - FIFA Reg Goal
size - 7.3152 x 2.438 24ft x 8ft
29
National Game Structure
British Columbia Soccer Association
Under 17 to Adult
Game format - 11 v 11 Squad size - 18 Players
(Maximum) Duration - 2 x 45 Minutes Ball
size - 5 Field size - FIFA Reg Goal
size - 7.3152 x 2.438 24ft x 8ft
30
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