U13, U14, U15 and U16 Soccer Drills

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Three Goal Shooting Drill

Chris Johnson 105,161 Views Rating 3.83 (59 Reviews)
This soccer shooting fitness exercise is a great finishing drill for getting rapid shots on multiple goals and is also great for fitness.

Shooting on the Turn

Chris Johnson 90,969 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.

Diagonal 1v1 Soccer Drill

Chris Johnson 78,954 Views Rating 3.83 (29 Reviews)
This 1v1 soccer drill is great to focus on 1v1 play whether it's on the offensive or the defensive side.

3v3 in the 18 - Attacking and Shooting Drill

Chris Johnson 67,753 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.

Small-Sided Shooting and Finishing Game

Chris Johnson 149,636 Views Rating 3.82 (50 Reviews)
This small-sided shooting and finishing game is a great shooting drill that focuses on shooting and finishing.

1v1 Defending the Dribble

Chris Johnson 232,776 Views Rating 3.81 (108 Reviews)
1v1 soccer defending drill to isolate the defender to focus on the first defender and defending the dribble.

Passing Combination | 1-2 | Wall Pass | One-Two

Chris Johnson 111,058 Views Rating 3.81 (53 Reviews)
This soccer passing and combination drill will focus on passing and receiving ground balls and playing a one-two wall pass around the defender.

Dribble with Speed

Chris Johnson 68,064 Views Rating 3.81 (32 Reviews)
This dribbling exercise that works on speed dribbling and getting the ball under control while dribbling with speed.

Combination Crossing Drill

Chris Johnson 260,097 Views Rating 3.8 (156 Reviews)
This combination crossing and finishing drill will focus on crosses within the 18.

1v1 Defending the Dribble with Teammate

Chris Johnson 209,417 Views Rating 3.8 (120 Reviews)
The purpose of this drill is to isolate the defender to focus on the first defender and defending the dribble while working with a teammate.