Soccer Defending Drills

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1v1 Speed and Reaction Game

Chris Johnson 4,528 Views Rating 0 (0 Reviews)
1v1 Speed and Reaction Game is a fun addition to any practice that focuses on quick reaction and speed, ending with a 1v1 to small goals.

1v1 Attacking to a Full-Size Goal

Chris Johnson 9,351 Views Rating 0 (0 Reviews)
1v1 attacking drill that focuses on beating the defender in a 1v1 situation and finishing on a full-size goal.

Defensive Clearances- Up and Out

Chris Johnson 12,400 Views Rating 0 (0 Reviews)
This defensive soccer drill focuses on clearing balls from the back third of the field. Defenders are taught to handle difficult balls while clearing them high and wide.

Circle Rondo Soccer Drill

Chris Johnson 9,967 Views Rating 0 (0 Reviews)
This circle rondo soccer drill is a great warm-up drill before a game, or a drill for your practice session.

1v1 Battle - Attacking and Reaction Drill

Chris Johnson 5,929 Views Rating 0 (0 Reviews)
This 1v1 soccer battle drill will focus on the attacking and defending aspects of the game.

2v2 Battle - Attacking and Defending Drill

Chris Johnson 7,630 Views Rating 0 (0 Reviews)
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.

4v2 Soccer

Chris Johnson 8,861 Views Rating 0 (0 Reviews)
This 4v2 game will focus on building an attack near the penalty area and getting shots on goal.

1v1 Attacking and Reaction Drill

Chris Johnson 5,133 Views Rating 0 (0 Reviews)
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.

6 vs 4 Team Training Numbers

Chris Johnson 111,780 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.

7v7 Scrimmage

Chris Johnson 114,148 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.