Floorball drills for 11-13 years old

  1. Breakout drill: players start at the face-off dots, pass to their partner at the defined spot, and run to receive a return pass and shoot on net.
  2. 1-on-1 battle drill: players line up at the face-off dots and take turns trying to beat their opponent one-on-one and score on the goalie.
  3. 2-on-1 drill: players start in opposite corners, pass to a teammate at the defined spot, and work together to create a scoring chance against a defender and goalie.
  4. Triangle passing drill: players form a triangle with a passer in the middle and two players on the sides, and work on quick and accurate passes to each other.

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Floorball drills for 10-12 years old

  1. Dribble and pass drill: Set up cones in a line, with one player standing at each cone. The first player starts with the ball and dribbles around the cone, then passes to the next player in line. The receiving player then dribbles and passes to the next player, and so on. This drill helps improve ball control and passing accuracy.
  2. Breakout drill: Set up two lines of players, with one line at each end of the rink. The players in the first line pass the ball back and forth, while the players in the second line try to intercept the passes. This drill helps improve communication and teamwork.
  3. 1-on-1 drill: Set up two players at one end of the rink, with one player starting with the ball. The player with the ball tries to score on the other player, while the other player tries to defend and prevent the goal. This drill helps improve individual offensive and defensive skills.
  4. 3-on-3 drill: Set up three players on each side of the rink, with one player starting with the ball. The players on each side try to score on the other team’s goal, while the other team tries to defend and prevent the goal. This drill helps improve team offensive and defensive skills.
  5. Shooting drill: Set up cones in a line at defined distance, with one player standing at each cone. The first player starts with the ball and runs towards the net, shooting at the goal. The next player repeats the same process, and so on. This drill helps improve shooting accuracy and power.

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Floorball drills for 9-11 years old

  1. Passing and shooting drill: Set up cones or small goals in a line, and have players pass the ball back and forth, taking turns shooting on goal. Encourage players to use their backhand and forehand shots.
  2. Stickhandling and ball control drill: Set up a series of obstacles, such as cones or pylons, and have players run around them while controlling the ball. This can also be done in a small-sided game format, with players competing to keep possession of the ball while navigating the obstacles.
  3. Team attack and defense drill: Set up a small-sided game with two teams, and have players work on attacking and defending as a unit. Encourage players to communicate and support each other on both offense and defense.
  4. 1-on-1 battle drill: Set up a small rink with two goals, and have players compete in 1-on-1 battles to score on the opposing goal. Encourage players to use their body positioning and stick handling skills to gain an advantage.
  5. Breakout and transition drill: Set up a full-sized rink and divide the players into two teams. Have one team work on breaking out of their own zone and transitioning to offense, while the other team practices defending and transitioning to offense. Encourage players to use proper passing techniques to make quick, efficient transitions.

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Floorball drills for 8-10 years old

  1. Mini-game: Divide players into two teams and set up a small-sided game with goals and a goalkeeper. Encourage players to use their stickhandling and shooting skills to score goals.
  2. Pass and move: Set up cones in a grid pattern and have players pass the ball to each other, moving around the grid and switching direction frequently. This drill helps improve their ball control and body positioning.
  3. Dangle drill: Set up two lines of players facing each other, with a player in the middle. The players in the middle take turns stickhandling through the other players, trying to get past them without losing control of the ball. This drill helps improve their stickhandling and dodging skills.
  4. Shooting drill: Set up a shooting lane and have players take turns shooting at the net from different angles and distances. This drill helps improve their shooting accuracy and power.
  5. Power : Have players run around the rink, focusing on their running, power, and balance. This drill helps improve their speed and agility.

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Floorball drills for 7-9 years old

  1. Dribbling drill: Set up cones or balls in a straight line, spaced about a stick length apart. Have players run through the cones or balls, using their stick to dribble the ball in front of them. Encourage them to keep their heads up and focus on the ball.
  2. Passing drill: Divide players into pairs, with each pair standing about 10 feet apart. Have one player pass the ball to the other, and then run to receive the pass back. Repeat this several times, encouraging players to use both their forehand and backhand passes.
  3. Shooting drill: Set up a mini net or designated shooting area. Have them take turns taking shots on goal, focusing on proper technique and accuracy.
  4. Ball control drill: Set up a small obstacle course using cones or balls, and have players run through the course while maintaining control of the ball. Encourage them to use different body movements and stick handling techniques to navigate the course.
  5. Scrimmage drill: Divide players into teams and set up a small game area. Have players play a short game, emphasizing teamwork and communication. Encourage them to pass the ball and support each other in the game.

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