This 5v5 soccer dribbling game is more of a realistic setting to help focus on improving dribbling skills. Because of a large number of players, players are forced to make decisions to dribble, pass, or shoot.
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5v5 Soccer Dribbling Practice Game
This 5v5 soccer dribbling game is more of a realistic setting to help focus on improving dribbling skills.
Create a grid that is 30X40 yards.
Divide the players into two teams of 5 field players and 1 goalkeeper.
Create a goal on each goal line, or use two Pugg Goals on each end line.
Players play a 5v5 game with the restriction that the attacking player with the ball must first beat a defender before he can pass or shoot.
This restriction will encourage attackers to dribble and take on defenders.
Remove all of the restrictions and play a standard 5v5 game.
Drill Coaching Points
Encourage players to take on defenders.
Remind players to make a good approach, change direction and change pace.
Players must make decisions to dribble, pass or shoot.
Full Size Goal
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Soccer Drill Focus
Dribbling - Soccer Dribbling Drills
Passing - Soccer Passing Drills
Attacking - Soccer Attacking Drills
Shooting - Soccer Shooting Drills
Soccer Drill Titled: 5v5 Dribbling Game Tagged: 5v5 Soccer Dribbling Practice Game Published by: Chris Johnson
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