Under 9, Under 10, Under 11, and Under 12 Soccer Drills

The soccer drills listed below are age specific soccer drills for Under 9 Soccer Drills (U9 U-9 Soccer Drills), Under 10 Soccer Drills (U10 U-10 Soccer Drills), Under 11 Soccer Drills (U11 U-11 Soccer Drills), Under 12 Soccer Drills (U12 U-12 Soccer Drills), Soccer Games and Soccer Training Sessions.


7v7 Scrimmage

A 7v7 scrimmage is a great way to end most of your training sessions. The 7 vs 7 allows players to focus on team tactics in realistic training situations and respond to problems presented in the full-sided game. 


Catch Me If You Can

The soccer dribbling drill is a fun and competitive exercise that focuses on dribbling with speed.


Alien Tag Soccer Game

This is a fun game for 2 through 4-year-olds. This will focus on agility, vision, and awareness, but best of all, it's fun.


1v1 Diamond Shooting Drill

This 1v1 drill focuses on a passing combination with movement off the ball and finishes with a one vs. one to goal. If players miss they become the keeper and the game continues. Players love the fun, competitive twist of being able to make a player become a goalkeeper.


Figure Eight Dribbling Drill

The Figure Eight soccer dribbling drill is a good change to weaving in and out of cones and is great for dribbling with the inside and outside of the foot.



Shooting Agility Drill

This soccer shooting drill focuses on agility and check-runs after the pass.


Pirates of the Pugg

This soccer dribbling drill is a great soccer drill using a Pugg Goal that can be tweaked to focus on many aspects of the game. For younger players ages 8-11, the primary focus should be on proper dribbling technique in traffic which requires vision and awareness. The coach can also focus on the transition from offense to defense if the ball is lost, or recovering from a tackle and finding safety. Defensively, this allows defenders to steal the ball from attackers and play to a particular goal or target.


4v3 Attack vs. Defense

This attacking soccer drill is a great drill to focus on finishing. Since the attackers have the numerical advantage, they should learn how to exploit their advantage and finish with a shot on goal.


4v4, To Lines or Small Goals

In Soccer, 4v4 is the smallest version of a full-sided game. While on the attack, to be successful in a four vs. four matches, players must penetrate via the pass, dribble, or shot; players must provide support to the player with the ball, and players need to create width to the field. On the defensive side of the field, players must provide pressure to the ball, delay the attack, cover for the player pressuring the ball, and balancing the field of play. This 4v4 practice focuses on all aspects of the match including attacking, defending, passing, receiving, support, penetration, and spreading the field.


The Numbers Game

The Numbers Game soccer drill focuses on the 1v1 situational play for younger players. This  1v1 drill works on all dynamics of this game such as dribbling, shooting, shielding, turning and beating an opponent.



The soccer drills listed below are age specific soccer drills for Under 9 Soccer Drills (U9 U-9 Soccer Drills), Under 10 Soccer Drills (U10 U-10 Soccer Drills), Under 11 Soccer Drills (U11 U-11 Soccer Drills), Under 12 Soccer Drills (U12 U-12 Soccer Drills), Soccer Games and Soccer Training Sessions.

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