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Tripple low balls around marker cones

Main Technique goal defense

1 ×

3 ×

Marker Cones
2 ×

Starting from quick footwork, goalkeepers have to get into position to save low balls quickly.

A marker cone is positioned around 1 m from the goal post and the goal line. The other marker is positioned about 4-5 m in a central position. The coach positiones himself with two balls looking torwards the first marker. A second ball is statically positioned in front of the second marker cone.

  1. Starting at the goal post, the goalkeeper quickly moves around the first marker, then standing in a ready position (Figure 1).
  2. The coach shoots a central low ball (Figure 1).
  3. The keeper rolls the ball back to the coach and then attacks the static ball in front of the second marker aggressively for a save (Figure 2).
  4. Leaving the just saved ball lying in place, the keeper goes around the second marker with quick feet and saves another ball served by the coach (Figure 3).
  1. Start only with central low balls and the static save of the second ball.
  2. Then enhance and let the coach roll the second ball towards the second marker.

The goalkeeper must always work diagonally into the ball. Even though we are talking about lateral saves to the side, the motion is always slightly forward facing thus gaining momentum and strength behind the ball.

Pro-Tip by Peter Rasch

Don’t speculate, even though the goalkeeper knows where the ball is supposed to go. If they do, I’ll sometimes just drop the ball from my hand and they have to attack it. Surprises are always welcome so nobody goes into cheating mode.

Pro-Tip by Roland Rasch

Clever forwards just recognise the keeper’s movements. Tip: react, don’t speculate!

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For almost 20 years, Peter Rasch has been working as a goalkeeper's coach at the youth academy of german Bundesliga Club Hannover 96. He also runs his own Goalkeeper School and works almost daily with kids, teenagers, and senior goalkeepers who take their goalkeeping to the next level.

Several DFB National U-Goalkeepers arose from his own Goalkeeper School throughout the years and some even turned professional.

Timo Königsmann DFB
Timo Königsmann
DFB U-National Goalkeeper
Stina Johannes SGS Essen
Stina Johannes
DFB U-National Goalkeeper
Kilian Neufeld DFB
Kilian Neufeld
DFB U-National Goalkeeper
Philipp Schulze DFB
Philipp Schulze
DFB U-National Goalkeeper
Joel Grimpe RB Leipzig
Joel Grimpe
DFB U-National Goalkeeper
Marian Kirsch Hannover 96
Marian Kirsch
DFB U-National Goalkeeper

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Goalkeeping School Peter Rasch, Hannover 96

Training goalkeepers has to be fun and there has to be a high level of energy! With me, there is always action. Fun, ambition and discipline in goalkeeper training – that's my philosophy.

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