Drill Instructions. The play begins when the coach plays a ball into the attackers in one of the end zones. The four offensive players in this zone focus on keeping possession in their grid. The two defenders assigned to this zone step in and defenders the attackers in this zone and attempt to steal the ball from them.
Set Up The Drill. Set up a 25×25 yard field with a 5-yard end zone on either side of the field. So, the full dimension is 25×35 yards. Divide players up into 2 teams and prepare one soccer ball.
3 Zone Passing Print/Download This Drill Basic Information Age Group: (5-7yrs)(8-11yrs) (12-15yrs) (16-Adult) Number of Players: 3+ Difficulty: Easy-Medium Time: 10-15 min. Emphasis: Passing Field Preparation: in pairs each pair with a ball grid (20yds x 30yds) middle zone 3-5yds deep cones to
This soccer passing drill is suitable for almost any age level, focusing on passing, receiving, and turning skills. Great warmup drill for players to pass and move. Setup: The players are divided in four lines that form a square, with one player starting in the middle of the square. Two soccer balls are needed.
Penalty Area Rondo. Attacking Drills, Finishing Drills, Passing Drills, Possession Drills, Small Sided Games. Tempo 2 vs 2 to Goal. 2 vs 2 Drills, Attacking Drills, Defending Drills, Dribbling Drills, Small Sided Games. POWERBALL. 1 vs 1 Drills, Dribbling, Small Sided Games, Turning / Shielding. 1 vs 1 to 4 Goal & 4 Gates Game.
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If there are extra goalkeepers, have them stand to the side of the goal and rotate in every 2-3 repetitions. Place two cones 10-15 yards outside of the penalty area. The two cones should line up with the two goalposts. These will be the offensive cones. Place two cones 2-3 yards off each goalpost on the end line.
Soccer Defending Drills will assure your team understands the tactic and technique of playing defense during a soccer match. Defending is the ability to prevent the opponent from getting chances and moving the ball forward. Although defense in soccer is not seen as a sexy part of the game, the truth is playing defense is a significant component ...