Numerical advantage, numerical disadvantage, numerical equality

YOU can also use RESWITCH ideally to play with a numerial advantage, numerial disadvantage or with equal teams indeed with even numbers of players. If you have 10 players in the training group and still want to play a game form with different team sizes, you only have to adjust the output of the jerseys.
If you hand out the jersey numbers 1-10 you will have an equal number of players for each category. Now we change for example the jersey number 10 with the jersey number 11. What happens now?

Category Color: 5 vs 5
Category Symbol: 4 rhombuses vs. 6 circles
Category Number: 4 Ones vs 6 Twos
Category Letter: 6 A’s vs 4 B’s

Depending on which jersey you change, different game constellations arise. If you play a 3 vs 3 and leave out the number 6 and take the 11 in, there will be a new situation.

Category Color: 2 red vs 4 white
Category Symbol: 2 rhombuses vs. 4 circles
Category Number: 3 Ones vs. 3 Twos
Category Letter: 4 A’s vs 2 B’s

Game form with 6 players in numerical advantage, numerical disadvantage, numerical equality

If you would take another jersey instead of the 11 that you took, the constellation would change again.

Playing with neutral players

With RESWITCH game forms, you can also use neutral players. In the game 3 vs. 3 + 3 neutral players, the three neutrals have the task, for example, to play with the ball-owning team. Here, you as the coach, have to show good sensitivity in the selection of players who are able to handle the situation, because the game is very challenging for the neutrals. They need to concentrate even more, because they play in other teams all the time and have to perceive extremely quickly, especially in a SWITCH moment, which is the new team they are in.

Rondo Game Form in 3 vs. 3 + 3 Neutrals