Players play 6 v 6 with 6 “window players” on the outside that play for the team in possession. Window players on the goal lines may only use one touch. The window players on the touch lines may use two touches. Some coaches set two window players on each goal line (one on each side of the goal), but in the video I opted for two window players on each touchline. That is up to you. The game goes for two and a half minutes or until someone scores (whichever comes first). If the game ends for time, then the team that was on the longest goes off. When a team scores or it is time to transition, they immediately get the ball from their own goalkeeper and try to attack the new team before they can get set on the pitch.


One response to “6 v 6 with Window Players”

  1. Aron says:

    A good exercise to help teams with speed of play and getting forward quickly

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