This shooting drill focuses on combination play and building up for a shot on goal. There are multiple combination ideas to make the shooting drill more difficult progressively.
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Combination Shooting Drills
This is a shooting drill that focuses on combination play and building up quickly for a shot on goal.
Create two fairly small triangles about 15 yards from each other and approximately 5 yards outside the penalty box. You can adjust the distance from the goal based on the age and skill level of your players.
Place a player on each cone with the remaining players lined up outside of the triangle area.
You will need a large supply of balls per triangle.
COMBINATION SERIES 1
Player 1 starts the first series by passing to player 2.
Player 2 passes to player 3.
Player 3 lays a ball into space near the top of the penalty box where player 1 can hit a first-time shot on goal.
COMBINATION SERIES 2
Player 1 passes to player 2.
Player 2 then passes to player 3.
Player 3 returns the ball to player 1.
Player 1 lays off a ball into space for player 3 to hit a first-time shot on goal.
Switch sides the players shoot so players are shooting left and right footed.
Be creative and make up other combinations as they are limitless.
Drill Coaching Points
Focus on the following topics:
Good passing combination to feet while playing in 1 touch.
Good fluid movement keeping the body under control
Finishing with a shot on target.
Focus on body mechanics when striking the shot.
Full Size Goal
9 Years Old and Under
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11 Years Old and Under
12 Years Old and Under
13 Years Old and Under
14 Years Old and Under
15 Years Old and Under
16 Years Old and Under
Soccer Drill Focus
Passing - Soccer Passing Drills
Crossing - Soccer Crossing/Finishing Drills
Shooting - Soccer Shooting Drills
Warm-up - Soccer Warm-up Drills
FUN - FUN SOCCER DRILLS
Soccer Drill Titled: Combination Shooting Drills Tagged: Combination Shooting Drills Published by: Chris Johnson
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