Coach Equipment –Today’s soccer

New soccer training drills | December 20th, 2011

That’s our final news of this year; we’re taking a short Christmas break. We’ll start full-throttle again in 2012.

We wish you and your families a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Stay healthy, not only hundreds of new soccer drills will be waiting for you, but many interesting articles in the magazines and theoretical critiques, not to mention that lots of new things will happen. You’ll be surprised!

Have fun with our new drills,
your Soccerpilot Team

Soccer exercise - Surprise Pass

Double Cross

You often have to react at lightning speed to get a shot at goal. We‘ll try to simulate this with this drill. The players who are directly involved in the goal scoring process, don’t know beforehand who will shoot......

Tackling training


We’ve put together three different variations in the animation, which makes the sequences easier to recognize compared to if we had described them many words. Your players, especially the forwards in the center, decided how the attack will end......

Soccer exercise warm up

Windscreen Wiper

A feel for the ball, ball control and at the same time, keeping an eye on the right path – that’s all we want from this drill. For this, we have marked two dribble paths on the ground. A small curve was added between the dribble paths......

Soccer dribbling drills

Ball Swapping Fun

Pay attention, or else this drill won’t work properly. Concentrate on the coach’s commands, since he decides who can dribble. This drill is also great to do as a competition. Not necessarily as can be seen in the animation......

Soccer passing drills

Tower Pass

Looking at the drill, it seems as if the players are running up a set of tower stairs. The shot on goal is taken from the tower’s roof. It looks easy, but what happens when the groups all start at the same time?......

Soccer passing drills


Great combinations and a successful goal is something that every coach wants. Can this really be done? It won’t work just by practicing static combinations. That would leave us with well-practiced plays that are almost......

Incorporating Feints

Incorporating Feints

An easy drill for incorporating feints. It is based on the drill “Incorporating Turns”. Whenever possible, every exercise should be expanded to include feints and tricks. Nothing is more important than practicing ball control......

Tackling training

Double Attack

This drill is defined by duels during the sequence. The aim is to stop a goal from being scored and to dribble through the cone goal on the other side. It is important to quickly switch between passing and defending......

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