Soccer Shooting Drills
Soccer shooting drills are not only fun for the players, but it is one of the fundamental
skills necessary to score goals. However, become an excellent shot takes practice. Repetition
is one of the best tools to refine your skill of shooting. Players should start by shooting
stationary balls and progress towards moving targets, different angle shots, and volleys.
You miss 100% of the shots you don't take. You need to start shooting...
Purpose of Soccer Shooting Drills
- Become confortable striking the ball on target.
- More goals scored.
- Confidence to attempt more shots on goal.
Soccer Shooting Drills Requires
Players should focus on their plant foot, balance, and striking the ball with the
correct area of the foot.
- Glance up and select your target.
- Keep your head down and eyes on the ball.
- Point your toe and lock your ankle.
- Strike the ball inthe center-bottom half of the ball.
- Position your plant foot beside the ball.
- Plant foot should be pointing towards your target.
- Plant foot should strike the ground first before your kicking foot.
Browse the Latest Soccer Shooting 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.
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.
The Cristiano Ronaldo Speed Test is an individual assessment of ones ability to dribble the ball at pace while maintaining control.
This 4v2 game will focus on building an attack near the penalty area and getting shots on goal.
This soccer shooting drill focuses on agility and check-runs after the pass.
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.
It's always good to finishing a soccer training session with a 7 vs. 7 scrimmage to focus on team play.