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Trapping and Controlling the Ball with Back to Goal

Chris Johnson 114,908 Views Rating 4.07 (57 Reviews)
This soccer receiving drill will focus on chest, thigh, and fast traps and control. This receiving exercise teaches players to turn, shield, or play the way they face when their back is to the goal.

Passing Combination | 1-2 | Wall Pass | One-Two

Chris Johnson 112,147 Views Rating 3.81 (53 Reviews)
This soccer passing and combination drill will focus on passing and receiving ground balls and playing a one-two wall pass around the defender.

Transition Drill

Chris Johnson 111,933 Views Rating 4.06 (36 Reviews)
This dynamic soccer game will allow you to focus on the transition from offense to defense. Soccer Transitional Drill.

Goalkeeper - Shooting Angle

Chris Johnson 111,168 Views Rating 4.11 (37 Reviews)
Goalkeeping shooting angle drill for improving goalkeeper positioning and angles when defending a shot on goal.

Goalkeeper - Down Up Drill

Chris Johnson 108,683 Views Rating 4.04 (45 Reviews)
This goalkeeper drill is designed to help goalkeepers get up quickly from the ground and get set for a shot.

1v1 to Multiple Goals (Dribbling)

Chris Johnson 108,402 Views Rating 4.04 (23 Reviews)
This 1v1 soccer drill is a great drill for focusing on teaching players attacking and defending skills.

6 vs 4 Team Training Numbers

Chris Johnson 108,035 Views Rating 3.47 (19 Reviews)
This 6 vs 4 team training drill focuses on passing and team play. The 6v4 soccer game is great finish to a passing training session.

Indoor Dribbling and Passing Drill

Chris Johnson 107,894 Views Rating 3.77 (40 Reviews)
This indoor soccer drill is great for warm-up to your indoor soccer practice. This focuses on dribbling and passing warm-up indoors.

1v1, 1v2, 2v2 - 4 goal game

Chris Johnson 106,955 Views Rating 3.92 (39 Reviews)
This 1v1, 1v2, 2v2 - 4 goal game soccer drill puts soccer players in 1v1 and 2v2 situations with multiple goals.

7v7 Scrimmage

Chris Johnson 106,038 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.