Soccer Attacking Drills
Soccer Attacking Drills focus on scoring goals by moving the ball forward to create chances.
Since scoring goals is the ultimate task in soccer, we should concentrate on game-like
activities to develope attacking abilities.
Purpose of Soccer Attacking Drills
Good attacking soccer includes creating space by getting wide as well as being as deep as one
possibly can be without being offsides. This space will create an opportunity for their team
to exploit the area and move the ball forward. Supporting players must create space and take
the proper angles to assist the player and allow for quick combination play to off-balance the
defense to get off a shot. Since the ultimate purpose of attacking is to score, attackers should
attempt to get behind the defense and finish the attack with a shot on goal.
Browse the Latest Soccer Attacking Drills
2v2 drill focusing on penetrating passes to a target player to stretch the field and finish on goal.
1v1 attacking drill that focuses on beating the defender in a 1v1 situation and finishing on a full-size goal.
1v1 Attacking Drill focuses on dribbling to beat defenders.
Soccer shooting drill focusing on receiving a flighted ball, quickly dribble on the attack, and finishing with a shot on goal.
This soccer shooting training session focuses on receiving a ground pass and shooting followed up with receiving a long ball and shooting on target.
This finishing soccer drill focuses on collecting a flighted serve, knocking it to a forward, and finishing on goal.
This 1v1 soccer battle drill will focus on the attacking and defending aspects of the game.
This 2v2 soccer attacking and defending drill focuses on the attacker's decision to dribble, pass, or shoot. From the defensive side, they must quickly close down the attackers and deny space.
This 4v2 game will focus on building an attack near the penalty area and getting shots on goal.
This 1v1 soccer attacking drill focuses on the attacker making quick faints, a change of direction, and a burst of speed while causing the defender to react quickly to the attacker's movements.