Kba Lessons 2009


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Kba Lessons 2009

  1. 1. Table Football Lessons<br />Group Lessons: £15pp (minimum 3) – Duration 2.15hrs – One secession per month<br />Private lessons: £10 per 30min <br />Novice booster package: 2x 90 min secessions (2nd time, no more than a fortnight <br />Promotional slogan proposal: “Love Table Football? Think its fun?<br />Wait until you can stop the ball!”<br />Table Football requires many different forms of skills as well as mental strength. Practice makes perfect, and you can only improve by playing better players than you. Why is this? At each match you get beaten you learn the opponent’s techniques and integrate them into your game. (in attacking and defending). Until you do so, you just keep getting beaten. There is no choice but to progress technically, making you a stronger player. Typically experienced good players will be in the region of 1000+ hrs of activity time. <br />Bonzini World Cup Series April 2009 – France – Paris – Eubonne<br />National Team Event (Great Britain Vs. Belgium) – Table 1 - Filmed for Eurosport 2<br />Players featured:<br />GB (left): Rob Atha in blue (UK champion/ITSF ranking: 5) J-P Thompson in white (Representing Kick Babyfoot Association)<br />Belgium: Frederico Colligon( Undisputed World Champion/ITSF ranking: 1) SABAN Ismaël (ITSF ranking: 17)<br />By taking lessons you can save practising hundreds of hours by learning to execute proven techniques from the start, and get results rapidly. By being introduced to the table football codex of shots & passing you will be able to score goals at a higher rate with controlled skill. Discover what is magic “stick angle” the pro’s use to make the ball stay to the player. Learn the elementary body stance set-ups which make your shots crisp & quick. Improve dramatically your game all round by learning directly from the Great-Britain National team, currently participating in the International Table Soccer Federation World Cup series events (ITSF - www.table-soccer.org).<br />Trainer message: “Once you have seen it, you can do it!”<br />The ITSF has made the game improve tremendously over the years. In terms of rules, Competitions standards and International circuit being held... One could consider the golden age of table football / foosball /table soccer has started. For the first time in the history of the sport the ITSF World Cup was televised on EuroSport2:<br />VIDEO YOU TUBE HTML CODE<br />Lesson Schedule Description<br />Greeting: What is Kick Baby Foot Association ( KBA); British Foosball Association (BFA); ITSF<br />1 – Basic ball control<br />Players to execute following exercises:<br />-Placing the ball from Back pin to front pin<br />-3 bar/ 2 bar back & forward<br />-Using front pin to move the ball to other players (lateral tapping)<br />2 – Passing (what is the magic angle)<br />Wall pass<br />Chip pass<br />(Lane pass) mention<br />Sweeping and catching the ball<br />3 – Attack <br />Choose your forward attacking shot:<br />Pull pin- shot (right to left)<br />Push pin shot (left to right)<br />Moving the ball for deception<br />Defence attacking:<br />3 classic gaps to shoot for<br />4 - Defence<br />Goalie positioning:<br />Classic guard<br />Reverse guard (brief)<br />Different Styles:<br />Active<br />Re-active<br />Pro-active<br /> 5 – Practise games with other players<br />4 timed matches – *whereby the winners play the winners (and reversely losers play losers) at each round until the final round so you evaluate your level in the class. (Similar to Swiss system)<br />6 – Question Time – and tables on freeplay for practise until doors close.<br />Lesson Schedule Timings<br />Total 2h15min<br /><ul><li>Greeting (5 min)
  2. 2. Basic Ball control (20 min)
  3. 3. 7 min demo
  4. 4. 13 min exercise
  5. 5. Passing (20min)
  6. 6. 7 min demo
  7. 7. 13 min exercise
  8. 8. Break (5min)
  9. 9. Attack (15min)
  10. 10. 5 min demo
  11. 11. 10 min exercise
  12. 12. Defence (15 min)
  13. 13. 5 min demo
  14. 14. 10 min exercise
  15. 15. Forward shoot-out exercise (20 min)
  16. 16. Rotational stop ball shooting and defending (timed and scored)
  17. 17. Break (5min)
  18. 18. Arranged matches (30min)
  19. 19. Evolutive fixture*; timed and scored
  20. 20. End of class
  21. 21. Question time
  22. 22. Tables on freeplay until close