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Soccer training – Warm-Up - Arrowhead

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Soccer drill procedure

Please be sure to watch the video to see the variations. We’ll start with something easy and then increase the difficulty level with the variations. Easy dribbling and a circular process make this exercise an easy and quick introduction to warm-up training. Players should master this drill before we move on.


We will mark an arrowhead using marker plates. We will post a group on the upper and lower end of the arrowhead. The first players from each group have one ball each. The players dribble around the arrowhead and pass to the next group from the marker that is farthest outside. The process then starts over. Players should always wait for the ball to be received before they start.


- Do the drill in the other direction

Soccer coach tips

- Start with one ball so that players can get used to this drill more quickly.

Organisation of the soccer training drill

Category: Advanced training, kids training, youth training, seniors
Minimum group size: 5
Maximum group size: 10
Materials required: 2 balls, 8 cone markers
Field size:According to ability

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