Involves different playstyles and positionings known as the passer, shooter, and help. If you are playing 2s then the help will be negated and its responsibilities split between the two players instead. Every player has an exit rotation which means that once they complete their offensive job, then they should rotate back toward their goal and start the process all over again.
The passer is the one who will push the ball up the field, usually along the wall, and they can either take a shot on goal or pass it across the middle. Once the pass is made they should rotate back toward their own goal to prepare for the opponent to clear the ball back down the field.
The shooter will be pushing up towards the middle, but being a little behind the passer. They must be ready to put pressure on the goal to either put the pass in the goal or ensure that a blocked shot remains on that end of the field.
It’s basically the last resort and is there to serve whatever purpose is necessary, For instance, if the shooter misses the shot or it was a bit too far behind them then the help can rush forward to finish the ball. (this one only applies in 3s)
Defensive rotations are fairly simple compared to offensive rotations, as every player follows the same path. You have one player who pushes the ball and then the other one/two players take a goal post. It creates a defense system so nothing can sneak by your team.
Tips & Tricks
- Do not chase the ball
- Do not cut your teamates rotation
- If you still have issues with rotating, watch a youtube video 🙂
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