PITCH ZONES: KEY AREAS Pep Guardiola's Positional Patterns of Play Training Attacking Midfielders and the "Half Spaces" ⊲ Attacking midfielders aim to receive in this area and turn ⊲ From here, the most creative players look to pass in behind Wide Zones ⊲ Wingers stay within higher wide zone (wing backs in 3-5-2 = lower)
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The goal area is a rectangular zone centered on the goal starting 18’ | 5.5 m out from both goalposts and extending 18’ | 5.5 m into the pitch. Around this area is the larger penalty area that is 54’ | 16.5 m from the posts and 54’ | 16.5 m out.
18 zones, Warm-ups, Beginner, 18 Zones, 18 Zones on the pitch, to be used for UEFA B project Easy as That Video Teaser Video Football/Soccer Session (Beginner): 18 zones
Penalty area. Two lines are drawn at right angles to the goal line, 18 yards (16.46m) from the inside of each goal post. The lines will extend into the field of play for a distance fo 18 yards (16.46m) and joined by line parallel with the goal line.
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By dividing the field into a six-by-three grid, there are 18 zones on the pitch. Zone 14 is the zone located in the middle of the pitch immediately outside the penalty area appears crucial for goal scoring (Taylor et al., 2002). It is shown in the following diagram. The location of Zone 14 (Grant et al., 1998) Why is Zone 14 so important?
By dividing the field into a six-by-three grid, there are 18 zones on the pitch. Zone 14 is the zone located in the middle of the pitch immediately outside the penalty area appears crucial for goal scoring (Taylor et al., 2002). It is shown in the following diagram.
The ball does not traverse only one zone (ie from midfield to the half-space or from the half-space to the near wing), which wouldn’t require the opposing defense to move much; or three zones (from the half-space to the far wing or vice versa) or more (wing to wing), which would give the opponent too much time to adjust to be truly effective.