We can all take things too seriously at times and need reminding why we take part in sport. It is not only the community game that keeps fun at the centre of things, the pro's do as well. This clip shows a simple fun game to use at the start of sessions
Two examples of fun team relays that keep your players active with a competitive element. Suitable for adults, too!
A great fun game to get training started and integrate new players into your squad. Lots of progressions and a variety of skills on show
To get young players used to passing and catching the ball. This is best suited to a warm up exercise and get the players moving and active quickly
A good warm up game, especially for young players, that encourages spacial awareness and evasion skills.
Owen Davies provides the main points for "Egg in the nest" game and why he uses games to keep the players engaged and active
This progression of 'Scarecrow Tag' sees multiple defenders working together to tag others. They can pass the ball between them but cannot run with the ball.
Young players are very rarely taught how to hold the ball. This video explains why this is important, how to coach it and incorporates some fun grip games to enforce the technique.