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Teach your youth soccer team to build out of the back!!!

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  • เผยแพร่เมื่อ 20 ก.ค. 2024
  • Want to know how to teach your teams to build out of the back?
    00:00 start
    00:33 typical session
    01:29 BOOTB Setup
    03:54 Patterns
    04:23 Pattern 1
    06:26 Pattern 2
    07:06 Pattern 3
    07:59 Pattern 4
    09:04 Pattern Summary
    09:18 Positional Games
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  • @santoshkullu6798
    @santoshkullu6798 ปีที่แล้ว +2

    Thanks Coach Rory…Patterns are great…😊

  • @MikeBaas
    @MikeBaas ปีที่แล้ว +2

    You can't get enough on this subject, people!

  • @brandonh3512
    @brandonh3512 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    Great video and explanation! Thank you!

  • @francisdeguzman5283
    @francisdeguzman5283 8 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    Thank you so much for this coach!😀

  • @brettryder5561
    @brettryder5561 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    Great simplification of what I feel like I've been preaching, but kids not quite understanding. Not sure why I never thought of the cones, this will work well. Thanks!

  • @chadbunn1494
    @chadbunn1494 ปีที่แล้ว +4

    We do patterned play each practice and it has made the boys (U9) a much stronger team. They get more used to talking on the field and looking for passes instead of just playing kickball. Thanks again for the diagrams!

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  ปีที่แล้ว +3

      Yeah it makes such a difference. I’m shocked the number of coaches who don’t do it.

    • @chadbunn1494
      @chadbunn1494 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@CoachRorySoccer As far as I know I am the only coach practicing it in our AYSO area. At this age most teams and coaches seem happy to let the best players take over and have the rest of the team just try and kick the ball as hard and as far as possible. It's a bummer.

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  ปีที่แล้ว +2

      @@chadbunn1494 crazy right? That’s awesome your teaching those kids how to actually play!

    • @chadbunn1494
      @chadbunn1494 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@CoachRorySoccer It's a lot more fun to watch that's for sure!

    • @sirioussam05
      @sirioussam05 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      ​@@CoachRorySoccer I agree but I will say in our league the organizers really don't encourage patterns and train the parent coaches to focus on skills and SSGs. I've done some of your patterns including BOOTB and it has helped a tremendous amount. Really recommend even at our U10 age

  • @USCCUSMA
    @USCCUSMA ปีที่แล้ว

    Thank you Coach Rory! Soooo helpful!

  • @beraterhaushalle9710
    @beraterhaushalle9710 ปีที่แล้ว

    Hey Coach Rory, i am from Germany and i am the coach of an E-Youth-Team (9-10 years old). We play 8 vs 8 so i have to ad a second middfielder between the 9 and the six. I train with the kids 3 times your building out of the back patern and today we had the first play against another team. My Boys played a wonderfull football i 've never seen bevor. Thanks for your videos so mutch. The kids watch this video like a homework bevor the next training session and they understand whats your idea to play. And today they play like this. I wish you all the best. Have a nice time.

  • @plllundy
    @plllundy ปีที่แล้ว +1

    Great video! Really appreciate this content.

  • @coydogdentist
    @coydogdentist ปีที่แล้ว

    Subscribed! I have a U9 team. Great info

  • @akeellaila
    @akeellaila 10 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Hi Coach Rory. Just discovered your channel a few days ago, and it is a God send for a new coach like me.
    Question on patterns 1-3: instead of going goalie to centre back to full back, why not go directly from goalie to full back? I would think that would be quicker, and would also delay the press from the other team, since they have to wait for the first pass completion before crossing the build out line.

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  10 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Well at this age at least where I coach there is a build out line and usually defenders are standing on it. I want the CB to draw pressure and then play balls away from said pressure.

    • @akeellaila
      @akeellaila 10 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Thanks for your reply. I used your tips to coach my team buildout at our last practice, and then saw them put it into action at our game few days later. It made a big difference, and it was wonderful to see my girls actually implement what we worked on. Looking to get more information from your other videos to improve other aspects of our game.

  • @tonicox4005
    @tonicox4005 ปีที่แล้ว

    Thanks for the content! Do you call them pattern 1 with your players or the finding the cm or just today we’re working on this?

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  ปีที่แล้ว +1

      Pattern 1, 2, 3, etc. I call them out and once we’ve done them enough they memorize them

    • @tonicox4005
      @tonicox4005 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@CoachRorySoccer Fantastic! Thank you so much!

  • @makariosabader4197
    @makariosabader4197 4 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

    Awesome video. What software do you use to show the tactical animation?

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  4 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      Tactical pad. Highly recommended

    • @makariosabader4197
      @makariosabader4197 4 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@CoachRorySoccer thank you!!!

  • @asylvia7
    @asylvia7 ปีที่แล้ว

    Hey Coach, thanks for the content, great stuff. I coach a town travel U9 team, and we've been together for a couple years now. We've been implementing the patterns over the last 2 weeks and were up to pattern #2. I have 13 players (7v7) so I've been using the extras as the mannequins and subbing them in here and there. They seem to be doing a good job of the patterns vs the mannequins, but where things seem to fall apart is when I add in the live defenders. It doesn't help that the defenders know where we are going to play the ball. Even with just 1 defender they seem to struggle, and when I add the second it's even worse. Any suggestions? Should we just stick to no live defenders for now and instead learn the other two patterns? Or just stick with the first two patterns and keep drilling them until we can have success building out with 2 live defenders?

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  ปีที่แล้ว +1

      You might want to have the attacking team just play possession. That can help but I can tell you this will take time for them to get it. Stick with it though! It will pay off.

    • @HEC892
      @HEC892 11 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Maybe try being the “defenders yourself , make them make the right decisions and put pressure when you see fit

    • @henryo1962
      @henryo1962 4 หลายเดือนก่อน

      I tell my players to play 50% defense . As in just shadow chase don’t fully try to take the ball away . So we can help our build out players

  • @giovanni_grant
    @giovanni_grant ปีที่แล้ว

    Hey Coach, I've been watching you're videos to help, as Im a rec parent/coach who started coaching U10 last fall. We lost every single game. Now we're onto this season and building out the back is something we've struggled with. Even simply getting the ball past the half line. The issue is, the kids cannot pass the ball with any pace, the passes are weak/without any power, and usually if they have any power, they feel more like clearances so the receiver has a hard time controlling it. I have tried practicing short passing during practices, but the kids dont put much effort/energy into the passes. How can you motivate a rec team to really "care" about improving their skills? And from that, what is an alternative to building out the back as long goal kicks really dont get that far up the pitch. ...fyi, I have played at the high school level but not pro, so I have a decent understanding of the game and techniques.

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  ปีที่แล้ว +1

      Sometimes all you can do is coach the basics and hope players learn. Definitely the rec skill level can make some upper level concepts harder but for me they are still very young and should be coached the right way (even if they can’t execute).
      In terms of getting the kids to care I mean you can make practice enjoyable and challenging but if they don’t have the passion it’s just where they are right now.

    • @giovanni_grant
      @giovanni_grant ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@CoachRorySoccer Thanks for the reply, good to hear your personality on this. I guess I'll keep them having fun instead of doing too much improvement. I told them at the start of the season all I ask for is individual improvement. ... I fear for the kids who are there trying to learn and be better, i don't want them to get discouraged by always losing. But like you said all I can do is teach the right way, and hope the passion will come

  • @andymcnicoll1111
    @andymcnicoll1111 ปีที่แล้ว

    During a game who triggers which pattern to use in the heat of the moment? Or do you let the players decide for themselves and then work on decision making after?

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  ปีที่แล้ว +1

      Right. It’s dictated by what press the other team is using. So players have to decide.

  • @ijustwanttoleaveacomments5728
    @ijustwanttoleaveacomments5728 4 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Good afternoon Coach Rory, wild question for you. I'm having trouble connecting this video with your "finishing" videos. Would you not finish w the #9 but instead keep pushing and attempt to finish as you suggest in your "finishing" videos? I've been thrusted into a coaching position and want to implement this tactic. The kids mainly play street soccer, not a lot of organization.

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  4 หลายเดือนก่อน +1

      So the idea is break down build out and finishing but yes in the ideal world and in actual game play their isn’t really a line separating the two. And your build up in the best case scenario leads to attacking and finishing opportunities

  • @tristanelgar6193
    @tristanelgar6193 ปีที่แล้ว

    I have some players who are very weak in terms of skill, power and "awareness".
    Do you have any drill ideas to force players to run back to receive the ball (as a fullback) from the centre back, and then lay it back to the centre back or sideways to the midfielder and then move up the wing to receive it back again?

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  ปีที่แล้ว +1

      Pattern choreography. Nothing helps more.

    • @tristanelgar6193
      @tristanelgar6193 ปีที่แล้ว

      @Coach Rory Soccer
      Sorry for the essay here... But figured I'd put a bit more information, plus something I tried last night.
      My team of u9s was only put together a short time before the start of the season (and we're now one game in).
      I have one kid with a reasonable base of tactical understanding and has done a fair bit of academy work, plus one with a small amount of previous 7v7 experience in u8 but that was with the other u9 coach who isn't really a "soccer person" and doesn't really know the formations and tactics - but he's a PE teacher by day, so he's pretty good at coaching in general and great with the kids. Apart from that, one has some school 5v5 experience, but 3 kids still kick with their toes.
      Anyway, I've had them working on your Build-Out #1. They can play the pattern, but really they're just kicking from cone to cone rather than learning how, when and where to move (with and without the ball).
      So..
      My centre backs are receiving the ball and stopping it dead while facing the keeper, so then they need to turn which makes them too slow and they will get caught with the ball. I can't get them to understand that they need to use their first touch to open up and give themselves the option to dribble up the wing and/or find a pass up the pitch.
      Then if my centre back does the right thing, my wing backs are standing still and too high. They don't move down the wing or across into space to receive the pass, they don't think about where the press on the CB is coming from. If they move down the wing they often run towards the ball which means they are just helping the other team to press, or they give the passer just the smallest little angle to pass to with i high chance of interception. They really need to overrun the spot they want to receive the ball, turn and open themselves up and then receive it "up the pitch" and in the open.
      So to drill in the reasons for this, I had them play 6v3 (I only had 9 at training). I picked my 3 best to press from the halfway line and attack a normal goal with GK. I left them to organise their own press.
      The other 6 were in normal gameday style setup minus a forward, and had two mini-goals to attack. Ball starts with the 'keeper.
      Well.. It went really badly, which was great. The 3 absolutely smashed the 6, scoring nearly every attack, while the 6 managed one lucky goal from an errant pass (still counts though!).
      I asked a few questions afterwards..
      Why couldn't the 6 players score? -"Not passing", "Not enough time"
      Why couldn't you pass? Why didn't you have time? ... no answers here, needed to prompt a bit more.
      For centre backs, do you think it would help if you were facing up the pitch a bit when you receive the pass? How could you do that? .. still nothing..
      So I suggested they play a bit deeper and indicate to the keeper to play the ball out in front. How could that help? "I'll be more open and have more time". I added that they could also signal to the keeper that they want it out in front, rather than to the feet, so they can move onto it and it will also help them see where the press is coming from and how many, which helps them work out what to do.
      Then similar with the wings.
      Went through how can they help the defenders, how can you be a passing option? What happens if you go straight towards the CB? How do you know whether to go down the wing, up the wing, or into the centre? Where do you want to receive the ball if you're in space? What do you do when you get it?
      Haven't even started on what to do when they lose the ball.
      My 3 guns were great, spread themselves out. Two would press, one straight to the defender, one just behind to press the winger if they go that way, otherwise pick up the ball across goal or back to 'keeper. The opposite side player would hold the centre and block the switch and then move into space to be an option when his team inevitably won the ball.

  • @MikeBaas
    @MikeBaas ปีที่แล้ว

    The mannequin just above the build out line...in most of our 9v9 games, will mostly be about 10 yards to so farther forward. So the pressure is on the CB and the player defending against the fullback is in the half space. It often feel like that defensive position takes out our fullback, and so, we rarely play out wide from CB to FB. What is the solution to this?

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  ปีที่แล้ว +1

      What formation are you guys in? As you get older it in more and more common to see an organized press and teams know you want to go wide. If the wide option is taken out you should look central, switch back to other CB, or direct ball beyond to CM or striker.

    • @MikeBaas
      @MikeBaas ปีที่แล้ว

      @@CoachRorySoccer Yes, all very very sensible options and congruent with all of your teachings on the subject. We need to be better at using the other options, but direct balls often happen. I appreciate your answer - we are experiencing organized presses and therefore have to have a better reaction.
      We usually play 4-3-1, but were having problems with numbers on the attack, switched to 3-2-3 and had a very sketchy back 3 experience and now will be playing 2-4-2 with our wingers playing they had in 4-3-1 and participating in the build.

  • @leovalencia1989
    @leovalencia1989 11 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Hi Coach Rory. First year coach here. I'm currently teaching my u11 team to build out of the back. Do you have a video like this but for 9v9?

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  11 หลายเดือนก่อน +2

      I have build out in my 323 and 431 vids at 9v9 but I probably need to do a more dedicated build out 9v9

    • @leovalencia1989
      @leovalencia1989 11 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@CoachRorySoccer thank you! I’ll use both this video and the 431 to set up a beginner level pattern play

  • @adamhopcroft649
    @adamhopcroft649 ปีที่แล้ว

    Hey Coach, I have just started coaching an U8 that play 5 v5. What formation would you recommend and can you start doing pattern play with this age group? Thanks

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  ปีที่แล้ว +1

      1211. Check out my futsal videos they may apply to your situation

    • @adamhopcroft649
      @adamhopcroft649 ปีที่แล้ว

      Thanks, sorry it's 5 a side including GK, so 4 outfield players. Is a diamond the best formation in your opinion?

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@adamhopcroft649 1211. This includes a keeper. I’d play it the same way I setup in Futsal.

    • @adamhopcroft649
      @adamhopcroft649 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@CoachRorySoccer Thanks

  • @jamilbym6811
    @jamilbym6811 7 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Hello coach, thank you for the video. I have a question: why all the passes in all patern are from the CB to full backs, the CB cannot play directly to the CM?

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  7 หลายเดือนก่อน

      That’s pattern 5. I shared the first 4. The patterns are really just meant to give the kids ideas on what to do then make decisions based on pressure they face.

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  7 หลายเดือนก่อน

      Check out my build out breakdown games video.

    • @jamilbym6811
      @jamilbym6811 7 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@CoachRorySoccer thank you so much.
      I have many other questions, how i can chat with you or contact you?
      Thank you

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  7 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@jamilbym6811 feel free to email coachrorysoccer@gmail.com

  • @PPp-yr6co
    @PPp-yr6co ปีที่แล้ว

    Can get five out of five What is the best way to defend and attack preferably high pressure without the ball 😅 😊

  • @joaocondesso7491
    @joaocondesso7491 6 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Do u have a coreography for 9v9

    • @CoachRorySoccer
      @CoachRorySoccer  6 หลายเดือนก่อน

      I do in the specific formation videos but I probably need to make a dedicated video.

    • @joaocondesso7491
      @joaocondesso7491 6 หลายเดือนก่อน

      @@CoachRorySoccer for the 242

  • @barryanderson3568
    @barryanderson3568 ปีที่แล้ว

    When you say half a field you mean half of a regular size field ?