Soccer coaches will find a wide-ranging collection of soccer drills which will be highly useful in the structuring and planning of training sessions for kids and youths soccer. Large numbers of animations are used, providing a varied, modern programme of soccer training drills. Plenty of soccer drills- in the “Tricks” section, for example – are suitable for independent practice with friends on your local soccer field. It works like this: watch the animations, turn the computer off, call your friends and off you go! The soccer drills are continuously being updated and expanded, and we appreciate your feedback and support.
Many youth, children’s and senior soccer coaches offer their services on a voluntary basis. We help coaches to design varied soccer training sessions, free of charge. This significantly reduces the time investment required for the preparation of a training session.
Soccer coaches know how they want to structure their children’s or youth training sessions. Often, interesting soccer drills are the only thing they need help with in order to successfully implement an optimally designed training session for their young soccer players.
Training programmes dedicated to the soccer drills "Goal Shot", "Dribbling", "Passing", "Tricks", "Tackling", "Warm up", "Ball Control", "Goalkeeping", "Heading" and "Indoor soccer training" are already partially completed or planned. Put together well, each training session becomes an experience for the kids. And at the same time, it’s easy for the coach to help the kids to reach their educational goal.
All of the training units and soccer drills can easily be adapted to the ability of each individual team. The units have all been pre-sorted into three level of difficulty: "Easy", "Medium" and "Hard".
The planning of the soccer training drills is supported by soccer magazine articles which provide the necessary theoretical background. In this section, new trainers – as well as experienced coaches – can expand their theoretical knowledge.
Information: There are already more than 1,000 animations online at
www.soccerdrills.de, as well as plenty of interesting articles by very well-known soccer experts.
If you don’t want to wait for the translations, you can take a look at Soccerdrills.de. The animations often speak for themselves.
What should you take into consideration when choosing a soccer drill? Soccerpilot is continuously expanding its range of soccer drills. All animations are for free and will remain for free.
The aim of the game ‘Uno-Dos-Tres’ is to have fun while scoring and defending the goal.
Along with technical skills, the game helps improve players’ cognitive skills, which are required to better take in information (input) and then store this information.
How often during a soccer game does one hear the desperate call “make that pass!”?
However, often there is a good reason why it does not happen, why it cannot be done. The requester stands in the shadow of a defender and cannot be played to at all or only at a high risk. At times he is not even seen by the player controlling the ball. We wish to more closely investigate this fact, in which the theoretical fundamentals are often disregarded. What does “in the shadow of a defender” actually mean?