2v1 Dribbling with Opposition
In this 2v1 Dribbling with Opposition dribbling drill, we put the players in a 2v1 situation forcing the players to decide whether they should dribble or pass.
2v1 Soccer Dribbling with Opposition Drill
In this dribbling drill, we put the players in a 2v1 situation forcing the players to decide whether they should dribble or pass.
- Create a 30X15 yard grid.
- Split the grid in half with disk cones to make two adjacent grids touching on one side.
- Place two attackers on one side of the grid.
- The full-size goal and goalkeeper is on the end line opposite the attackers.
- A single defender should be placed on the side of the middle line.
- You can use a Pugg Goal in place of the larger goal and goalkeeper.
- The first attacking player plays to the second attacking player.
- Once the pass is made, the defender becomes active and defends the attacking players.
- The defender is only allowed to defend in the 1st grid.
- Instruct the attacking players to take on the defender and attempt to score a goal.
- The attacker in control must decide whether he should pass or dribble.
- Use a Pugg Goal in place of the larger goal and goalkeeper.
- Good choice to pass, dribble or shoot
- Close Control
- Change of Direction
- Change of pace
- Disc Cones - Mini or Full-Size Disc Cones are a critical piece of equipment that every soccer coach must have in your equipment bag.
- Scrimmage Pinnies/Vests - Scrimmage vests, also called bibs or pinnies, are also another must-have in your soccer coaching equipment bag.
- Soccer Practice or Training Balls - Every player should have a soccer balls at practice to have a successful training session.