Most Viewed Soccer Drills

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Attacking from the Back

Chris Johnson 70,205 Views Rating 3.72 (36 Reviews)
This drill focuses on building an attack from the back starting with the keeper’s distribution.

Trapping and Controlling the ball Facing Defender

Chris Johnson 69,933 Views Rating 4.13 (23 Reviews)
This soccer ball control drill aims to work on trapping and control with the foot, thigh, and chest while facing an opponent.

Criss-Cross Dribbling Game

Chris Johnson 69,923 Views Rating 3.82 (17 Reviews)
This dribbling drill assists younger players play with speed while keeping their heads up.

3v3 in the 18 - Attacking and Shooting Drill

Chris Johnson 69,858 Views Rating 3.83 (18 Reviews)
This attacking soccer drill focuses on attacking in the final third of the field and shooting around the 18-yard line.

Shadow Dribbling

Chris Johnson 69,838 Views Rating 4.05 (21 Reviews)
The shadow soccer dribbling drill uses partners who do not attempt to steal the ball, but adds extra pressure as they follow the dribbler.

Goalkeeper Pressure Cooker Drill

Chris Johnson 68,484 Views Rating 3.71 (28 Reviews)
This soccer drill is a great goal keeper drill. It will give your keeper a great workout while working on passing and shooting with accuracy.

2v1 Dribbling with Opposition

Chris Johnson 66,982 Views Rating 3.62 (26 Reviews)
In this dribbling drill, we put the players in a 2v1 situation forcing the players to decide whether they should dribble or pass.

Dribbling with Speed,Recognizing When to Dribble

Chris Johnson 63,260 Views Rating 4.06 (16 Reviews)
This dribbling soccer drill will help players recognize when to make runs and get comfortable making those runs with speed.

Great Attacking Skills

Chris Johnson 62,189 Views Rating 3.58 (19 Reviews)
This attacking soccer drill focuses on a number’s up situation and opening up and finding the attacker in a 1v1 situation.

1v1 1st Attacker Dribbling Without Opposition

Chris Johnson 58,508 Views Rating 3.68 (19 Reviews)
This 1v1 dribbling exercise allows coaches to focus on the 1st attacker's ability to beat the defender on the dribble.