Round the Clock Passing
Dimensions: 16 Yard Diameter circle. Adjust as you see fit depending on age group and distance of pass you want. Bear in mind that the focus here is short, quick passing triangles.
How to: Set up a few cones in the middle of the circle, these cones will be occupied by players who will remain static until you rotate things round. On the outside of the circle set up players to each face a static player in the middle (should have an even number of players on the outside/inside for this to work properly) The players on the outside pass into the middle and move around to the start point of the person ahead of them, they then look for a return pass. The drill continues, be sure to switch roles after a few minutes. Allow multiple touches while players adjust to the drill.
Coaching Points: Make sure passes are accurate, focus on technique, use cones as a visual aid if necessary so players have an indication of where to aim for.
Move quickly to your new position but be sure to look up for the ball so you know where the play is happening.
Relate this drill to the game, how could runs like this be useful?
Progressions: Move clockwise/ Anticlockwise
One touch passing