8 v. 8 played on half of the field.
Set up 10 yard squares in each corner of the pitch. These act as goals.
Goals are scored when the ball is passed into the square and then out to a teammate.
Each team can attack any of the four goals.
Whoever has the ball is on offense, the other team defends.
Keep the team balanced in attack and defense. Don't bunch up around one goal.
Look ot attack the goal that is open. see if players can recognize where pressure is coming from.
It should be easy to keep possession since the defense has to worry about so many goals, therefore, be patient in attack, do not take unnecessary risks.
In defense, look to create opportunities to double team.
Use two balls to open the game up.
Allow a goal if players dribble in, then out of the square.
Insist that "passing" goals involve three different players.
Limit players to two touches.