Drills

Pass and Receive

Passing and receiving happens all the time in a game of soccer. So knowing how to do it successfully is important. This is a simple drill suitable for younger players but can be altered for older players as well. Continue reading »

Goalkeeper Training

Many could argue that the goalkeeper is one of the most difficult positions on the soccer field. A goalkeeper’s fitness, endurance, and reflexes are tested every game. To prepare for that, they need some intense training. Here’s a typical goalkeeper practice for the Men’s U.S. National Team. Continue reading »

Simon Says

Simon Says

The old school game of Simon Says can be used with younger players to teach dribbling, controlling the ball and listening. Continue reading »

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Tips and Tricks

Soccer Tricks: The Dummy

The Dummy is a simple but effective soccer trick used to deceive the opponent into thinking you’re receiving the ball, when in fact you allow it go by you while you turn and run onto it. With this article, we’ll provide step by step instructions as well as a video example. Continue reading »

Soccer Tricks: Maradona/Zidane Turn

This trick was made famous by both Diego Maradona of Argentina and Zinedine Zidane of France. It’s a spin type turn that allows you to avoid an opponent while changing direction quickly. With this article, we’ll provide step by step instructions as well as a video example. Continue reading »

Improving your weaker foot

Improving your weaker foot

All soccer players have a preferred foot they use for dribbling, passing, shooting, etc. It doesn’t mean that the other foot can’t do anything, but maybe it doesn’t do it as well as the preferred foot. So how do you improve your so called “weaker” foot? Continue reading »

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