Most Viewed Soccer Drills

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Target Players

Chris Johnson 100,427 Views Rating 3.77 (44 Reviews)
This attacking drill focuses on playing the target players from the attacking third of the field.

Knock Out

Chris Johnson 96,751 Views Rating 3.85 (27 Reviews)
This a great warm-up dribbling drill that focuses on dribbling and ball control, keeping the head up, change of direction and change of pace.

Trapping and Control with No Opposition

Chris Johnson 95,793 Views Rating 3.97 (29 Reviews)
This soccer skills drill aims to practice trapping and control with the foot, chest, and thigh.

1v1v1 Triangle Game

Chris Johnson 94,972 Views Rating 3.92 (39 Reviews)
The 1v1v1 Triangle Game soccer drill focuses on the attacking in number down situations and will encourage players to dribble to take players on.

Figure Eight Dribbling Drill

Chris Johnson 94,817 Views Rating 3.97 (32 Reviews)
The Figure Eight soccer dribbling drill is a good change to weaving in and out of cones and is great for dribbling with the inside and outside of the foot.

Tunnel of Death

Chris Johnson 94,321 Views Rating 3.77 (57 Reviews)
The tunnel of death soccer drill focuses on either attacking or defending skills.

Goalkeeper - Arc Drill 2

Chris Johnson 93,745 Views Rating 3.95 (41 Reviews)
This goalkeeper drill is a great goalkeeper drill designed to focus on the goalkeepers movement along the goalkeepers arc in order to keep proper angle in the goal.

Check-in Passing Warm-up

Chris Johnson 92,755 Views Rating 3.87 (31 Reviews)
This passing warm-up drill is a great soccer drill to help with timing and striking a ball while checking in to a pass.

Shooting on the Turn

Chris Johnson 92,399 Views Rating 3.83 (48 Reviews)
Soccer shooting drill focusing on shooting on the turn. Players will need to turn quickly towards the goal to get a shot on goal.

3v1 Early Support

Chris Johnson 91,551 Views Rating 4.13 (30 Reviews)
3v1 soccer drill focusing on supporting the player with the ball, early support, moving without the ball, proper supporting angle, and good distance of support.