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World Cup Soccer Drill

Chris Johnson 347,946 Views Rating 4.12 (230 Reviews)
The World Cup Soccer Drill is a great shooting game for kids of all ages. The World Cup Soccer Drill is a great game to work on game like situations with number down situations.
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The World Cup Soccer Drill is a great shooting game for kids of all ages. The World Cup Soccer Drill is a great game to work on game like situations with number down situations.
Drill Setup

Inside the penalty box, set up 4 groups of 3 players in alternate jersys with a goalkeeper in a full size goal. The coach should have the full supply of soccer balls nearby.

Drill Instructions

The coach should serve a ball into the grid. Each team plays at the same time against the other teams. The team to score sits out for the remainder of that round and advances to the next round. The last team to score in each round is out of the tournament.

Round 1:
3v9
3v6
3v3
last team to score is out.

Round 2:
3v6
3v3
last team to score is out.

Round 3:
3v3
team to score first 2 goals wins the world cup.

Drill Variations

Drill Coaching Points

good team work
quick passes
take shots/chances
have fun
Equipment

Drill Ages

  • 4 Years Old and Under
  • 5 Years Old and Under
  • 6 Years Old and Under
  • 7 Years Old and Under
  • 8 Years Old and Under
  • 9 Years Old and Under
  • 10 Years Old and Under
  • 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

  • Dribbling - Soccer Dribbling Drills
  • Passing - Soccer Passing Drills
  • Receiving - Soccer Receiving & Turning Drills
  • Crossing - Soccer Crossing/Finishing Drills
  • Possession - Soccer Possession Drills
  • Defending - Soccer Defending Drills
  • Attacking - Soccer Attacking Drills
  • Shooting - Soccer Shooting Drills
  • Goalkeeping - Soccer Goalkeeping Drills
  • FUN - FUN SOCCER DRILLS

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