The animation shows you a very effective drill for practising goal shot training. After every shot at the goal, the players change sides. This means that the shooting leg is changed after each repetition of the drill.
After shooting at the goal, the players change sides. Five markers are laid out on the ground on each side of the goal. It's possible that the players dribble in slalom through the first two sets of cone markers. The third, represented by two red cone markers in the video, is left out, setting the ball up for a shot through the fourth set of markers.
- Different goal shot techniques
- A competitive aspect can be introduced
- Different dribbling techniques
- Don’t forget to push forward
- Always train using both shooting legs!
Category: Advanced training, children’s training, youth training, seniors
Minimum group size: 4 + 1 goalkeeper
Maximum group size: 10 + 1 goalkeeper
Materials required: One ball per player, ten cone markers and one set of goal posts per group
Field size: According to group’s ability.