Soccer training – Dribbling - Exercise:

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Soccer drill procedure

The focus of this drill is on dribbling. We will also practice shots on goal and one-on-ones. The player on the left side of the practice field should start at the coach’s signal to make sure that the timing is right.


Two small slalom courses are marked to the left and right of the goal. The distance to the goal should be chosen in such a way that there is still enough distance on the right side to take a shot on goal. The front cone on the goal-scoring side can be moved, depending on the desired angle to the goal. In both groups, the first players start simultaneously. The shot on goal comes from the right side, depending on which angle of shot is preferred. The shot on goal is made from the right-hand side and is followed by players finding their orientation for the one-on-one. On the left side, the player tries to score a goal after dribbling the ball through the slalom.


- Perform the sequence from opposite sides

Soccer coach tips

- Start on command
- Correct errors individually

Organisation of the soccer training drill

Category: Advanced training, children’s training, youth training, seniors
Minimum group size: 4 + goalkeeper
Maximum group size: 12 + goalkeeper
Materials required: Enough balls, 6 ground markers, 2 cones, 1 goal
Field size: For the shot on goal, we need enough distance to the goal

The focus of this drill is on dribbling