Soccer drill procedure
The passing drill changes because the players then make a double pass at each wicket before they can head for the next gate.
Same description: the player with the ball dribbles into position so that a precise pass can be made to his partner through a wicket. The partner takes the ball and directs it dribbling to the next wicket. It is passed there again, and the drill then goes on and on. The next pass always has to be through a different wicket. Unity is made difficult by the many pairs who try to make goals at the same time.
- Different passing techniques
- Competition - Which pair makes the most goals in a given time?
Soccer coach tips
- Always train using both legs!
- Accurate passing
Organisation of the soccer training drill
Category: Advanced training, children’s training, youth training, seniors
Minimum group size: 2
Maximum group size: Depends on the number of wickets
Materials required: 1 ball per pair of players, at least 4 wickets (8 gates or flags), up to an unlimited number
Field size: Wicket size about 2 meters, field size according to number of wickets.
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