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09/05/2014

TACTICS AND DEAD-


DEAD-BALL SITUATIONS IN
FUTSAL
José Venancio López

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FUTSAL TACTICS
José Venancio López

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TACTICAL OBJECTIVES
OFFENSIVE PROCESS DEFENSIVE PROCESS
(ATTACK) (DEFENCE)

BALL RETENTION OR WINNING POSSESSION OF


POSSESSION THE BALL BACK

MOVING FORWARD WITH PREVENTING OR LIMITING


THE BALL (BUILDING PLAY) THE ABILITY TO BUILD PLAY

PREVENTING A GOAL OR
SCORING A GOAL/FINISHING MAKING IT DIFFICULT TO
SCORE

PHASES OF PLAY IN FUTSAL

FUTSAL

ATTACK DEFENCE

POSITIONAL OFFENSIVE OFFENSIVE POSITIONAL DEFENSIVE DEFENSIVE


ATTACK TRANSITION SET-PIECE DEFENCE TRANSITION SET-PIECE

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STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF FUTSAL TACTICS


DEFENSIVE
GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF PLAY ATTACKING PHASES
PHASES
IN FUTSAL

1. BALANCE AND TIMING DEFENSIVE TRANSITION


2. GETTING BACK

3. DEFENSIVE
ORGANISATION
DEFENCE ATTACK
4. POSITIONAL DEFENCE

1. OPENING UP THE PLAY


OFFENSIVE TRANSITION
2. COUNTERATTACK

3. QUICK ATTACK
OBJECTIVES
OBJECTIVES
1. Win possession back
1. Score a goal
2. Prevent the ball from being 4. POSITIONAL ATTACK
2. Have possession of the ball
played forward
3. Move forward with the ball
3. Prevent the opposition
from scoring

GAME CYCLE
THE MOMENT AT WHICH THE BALL IS WON BACK AND AN
ATTEMPT IS MADE TO ATTACK WHILE THE OPPOSITION IS OUT OF
POSITION

OFFENSIVE TRANSITION

ATTACK AGAINST A ALL THE DEFENDERS ARE


DEFENCE THAT IS IN POSITION AND ARE
ALREADY ORGANISED ATTACK DEFENCE ORGANISED

DEFENSIVE TRANSITION

DEFENSIVE ACTION AND INTENTION WHEN POSSESSION OF THE


BALL IS LOST

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OFFENSIVE TACTICS
Offensive tactics are all of the individual and collective actions that the players in a team make when they are in
possession of the ball, in attempting to get the better of the opposition and achieve the objectives of the attack.
They are actions that are performed as part of the attacking phases.

OFFENSIVE TRANSITION
DEFENCE ATTACK
COUNTERATTACK

3. QUICK ATTACK
1. OPENING UP

4. POSITIONAL
THE PLAY

ATTACK
2.

BUILDING AN ATTACK

DEVELOPMENT
• Switch from defence to • Making the most of
• Coordinated movements
attack favourable situations
designed to find a way
• Initial tactical intention • Completing the move
through the defence
after the ball has been with a shot on goal
won back • Retention of the ball
• Search for favourable
situations in which the
OPENING UP move may be completed COMPLETION

Offensive guidelines and resources: support play designed to maintain possession; moving into space; finding
depth and width to allow the move to continue; moving off the ball; creating, occupying and making use of space;
moving the ball around; basic technical factors; drawing in defenders and pulling them out of position etc.

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• POSITIONAL ATTACK
Positional attack: the organisation and movements we make when we have to attack a defence that is in
position and is organised. The positional attack is built by means of two procedures: development and
completion.

3-1 SYSTEM
ATTACKING

4-0 SYSTEM
SYSTEMS

2-2 SYSTEM

SPECIAL SITUATIONS 5X4

SPECIAL SITUATIONS 4X3

OFFENSIVE TRANSITION

1. OPENING UP THE PLAY


Rapid action, intention and organisation after the ball has been won back

2. COUNTERATTACK
An offensive attack designed to reach the opposing
The four defenders are not behind the ball
goal quickly

3. FAST ATTACK
Four defenders behind the ball but with no defensive
Intention to attack at speed
organisation

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DEFENSIVE TACTICS
Defensive tactics are all the individual and collective actions that players make when their team is not in
possession of the ball, in attempting to counteract or restrict the opposition with a view to achieving the
objectives of defence.

DEFENSIVE TRANSITION

ATTACK DEFENCE

ORGANISATION

4. POSITIONAL
3. DEFENSIVE
AND TIMING
1. BALANCE

2. GETTING

DEFENCE
BACK

BUILDING DEFENCE
Building defence is based on defensive organisation and positional defence. It is dependent on the game space
and the height of our defensive lines: high pressing defences/open (3/4) defences/closed defences.

TYPES OF
DEFENCE

INDIVIDUAL ZONAL MIXED ALTERNATING


DEFENCE DEFENCE DEFENCE DEFENCE

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POSITIONAL DEFENCE
Positional defence: the two phases involved here are defensive organisation and positional defence itself, with
the first being seen as leading into the second. Positional defence is defined as the defensive movements that
the team makes as soon as it organises itself defensively. The basic principal is to mark and cover players and
the direction in which this is done.

1-2-2 SYSTEM
DEFENSIVE
SYSTEMS

1-1-2-1 SYSTEM

1-1-3 SYSTEM

SPECIAL SITUATIONS 4X5

SPECIAL SITUATIONS 3X4

• DEFENSIVE TRANSITION

1. BALANCE AND TIMING


Position of attacking players at the moment at which
Prevent the opposition from building play quickly.
possession of the ball is lost.

2. GETTING BACK
Getting back as quickly as possible behind the ball or in a position in which the team can organise itself
defensively.

The aim of the defensive transition is to prevent the opposing team from attacking quickly before we can
organise ourselves defensively and to drop back from attacking positions in order to cover space in an
organised way and thereby initiate positional defence.

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THE DIVISION OF TACTICS: THE STRUCTURE OF DIFFERENT TACTICAL


SITUATIONS

Systems of play

Twos and threes


Basic individual TECHNICAL RESOURCES
principles TEAM TACTICS
TECHNICAL RESOURCES
GROUP TACTICS
TECHNICAL RESOURCES
INDIVIDUAL TACTICS

Individual Group or
Team
tactics collective
tactics
tactics

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DEAD-
DEAD-BALL SITUATIONS IN
FUTSAL
José Venancio López

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DEAD-BALL SITUATIONS

 Do we devote enough time to them or do we work on them in pre-match training sessions and nothing
more?

TYPES
FREE-KICKS
FREE-KICKS
CORNERS KICK-INS WITH NO WALL PENALTIES KICK-OFFS
WITH WALL
AND 10 METRES

TYPES OF ACTIONS THAT MAY BE DEVELOPED


QUICK DIRECT BASIC ELABORATE COMPOSITE

SPECIFIC ROLES AT DEAD-BALL SITUATIONS

SHOOTING
ON GOAL

CREATION PLAYER DUMMY


OF SPACES RUN OR
OR PASSING TAKING SUPPORT
ANGLES PLAY
THE KICK

DEFENSIVE
BALANCE

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CORNER KICKS

IMPORTANCE OF THE AREA AS AN OFFENSIVE


SPACE

HIGH AND LOW PASSES MAY BE PLAYED IN THE LOW AND LOBBED PASSES MAY BE PLAYED
AREA BUT NOT LOBBED PASSES OUTSIDE THE AREA

PLAYERS MUST ATTACK A PASSING LINE INSIDE OUTSIDE THE AREA ALL WE REQUIRE IS
THE AREA AND HAVE SPACE IN WHICH TO SPACE IN WHICH TO EXECUTE THE KICK,
EXECUTE THE KICK WITHOUT HAVING A LINE FOR A LOW PASS

KICK-INS

HALFWAY OUT
• AIM IS TO SHOOT ON GOAL • REHEARSED MOVEMENTS FOR
• DOMINATE THE AREA BUILDING PLAY AND
• ENGINEER A SITUATION FOR CATCHING THE OPPOSITION
• LOOK TO SURPRISE THE
SHOOTING FROM OUTSIDE BY SURPRISE
OPPOSITION BY SHOOTING
THE BOX • RELIEVE PRESSURE BY
ON GOAL
• DEFENSIVE BALANCE RETAINING POSSESSION
• MAINTAIN POSSESSION AND
LINK UP WITH A POSITIONAL
ATTACK

CLOSE TO
GOAL FAR FROM
GOAL

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FREE-KICKS
DIRECT SHOT ON
GOAL INDIRECT SHOT ON GOAL

CENTRAL
POSITION ON THE ON ONE SIDE
CLOSE TO GOAL
COURT
HALFWAY OUT IN A CORNER
TYPE FAR FROM GOAL
NUMBER OF
PLAYERS IN THE BODY STRONGER
WALL ORIENTATION FEET

OPTION OF DUMMY/FEINTI
TAKING DIRECT NG
SHOT ON GOAL MOVEMENTS

VARIOUS RIGHT PROFILE


OPTIONS FOR FOR
SHOOTING ON SHOOTING ON
GOAL GOAL

DEFENCE OF DEAD-BALL SITUATIONS

FREE-KICKS
CORNERS KICK-INS KICK-OFFS
WITH WALL

INDIVIDUAL
ZONAL DEFENCE MIXED DEFENCE
DEFENCE

SPECIFIC DEFENSIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF USE OF SPECIFIC BASIC


ROLES DEFENDERS PRINCIPLES

COMMAND OF VISUAL
BODY POSITION BODY ORIENTATION COMMAND OF SPACE
FIELD

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