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Soccer Tag Dribbling Game

Chris Johnson 129,952 Views Rating 3.88 (26 Reviews)
Soccer Tag is a fun soccer drill that allows players to gain confidence on the ball while getting a lot of touches.

Improving Speed of Play - Passing Drill

Chris Johnson 129,769 Views Rating 4.14 (51 Reviews)
This soccer drill is designed to improve the speed of play, decision making, and passing accuracy under pressure.

Defensive Speed Course

Chris Johnson 126,645 Views Rating 3.8 (50 Reviews)
The Defensive Speed Cource fitness drill is designed to improve defensive speed and quickness in front of the goal.

Diamond Passing Combination

Chris Johnson 126,432 Views Rating 3.92 (85 Reviews)
This soccer passing drill focuses on quick ball movement and combinations to clean up first touch and tight passing.

Shooters and Shaggers Soccer Shooting Game

Chris Johnson 124,325 Views Rating 3.96 (46 Reviews)
Shooters and Shaggers soccer shooting drill is a great game to help improve shooting on target, leg strength and perfecting the instep drive.

Extreme Tag Soccer Game

Chris Johnson 123,600 Views Rating 4.14 (21 Reviews)
The extreme tag soccer game a fun soccer drill that focuses on young soccer players dribbling skills and aids in player awareness.

Goalkeeper - Arc Drill 1

Chris Johnson 123,090 Views Rating 4 (43 Reviews)
This soccer goalkeeper drill focuses on the keeper's proper footwork, stance, and movement along the goalkeeper arc.

7v7 Scrimmage

Chris Johnson 122,810 Views Rating 4.4 (5 Reviews)
It's always good to finishing a soccer training session with a 7 vs. 7 scrimmage to focus on team play.

The Soccer Gauntlet

Chris Johnson 121,275 Views Rating 3.62 (39 Reviews)
The primary focus of THE SOCCER GAUNTLET is centered around good dribbling technique in traffic which requires vision and awareness.

Improving Combination Play

Chris Johnson 120,185 Views Rating 3.96 (45 Reviews)
The Improving Combination Play drill will help improve combination play as well as switching the point of attack.