Drills

Free Dribbling

Free Dribbling Soccer Drill

Free Dribbling is is a simple warm-up that can be used for all ages. The focus of this warm-up is having players getting lots of touches on the ball. It’s important for players to get lots of touches during every practice session and this drill is a great way to start. Continue reading »

Quick Feet

Quick Feet

Developing foot speed with a ball is important for soccer players. A player who can run fast is great, but a player who can run fast with a ball at his/her feet while keeping control is better! It is best to start this at a young age so they can better develop this skill over time. Continue reading »

Don’t Feed The Animals

Don't Feed The Animals Soccer Drill

Don’t Feed The Animals is a variation of Monkey In The Middle but the theme is that of a zoo! It focuses on accuracy, ball control, and anticipation. This is a fun drill for all ages! Continue reading »

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Tips and Tricks

The Basic Shot

The Basic Shot

If you have already read about The Basic Pass, you are more than halfway there to making a proper shot. You already know the body positioning over the ball and the leg movement to address the ball. Now you just need to learn how the angle of your ankle needs to adjust to strike the ball. Continue reading »

Soccer Tricks: Heel Toe Cut

Heel Toe Cut Step 2

The Heel Toe Cut can be used to deceive an opponent by changing direction.  It involves balance and quick feet. It’s best used when standing still or slightly jogging. In this article, we’ll provide step by step instructions as well as a video example. Continue reading »

The Basic Header

The Basic Header

Being able to correctly head the ball in a soccer game is important since you can use it to pass or shoot.  Heading the ball incorrectly can give you a headache! Therefore, it is important to learn how to head the ball correctly at an early age. Continue reading »

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