What is a feint? A feint is a deception of the opponent. We are communicating him an action that we do not want to carry out. The opponent does not realize this and just like that, he is inferior or put differently: we are doing theater, but reality looks different: recognizes the opponent the action as a feint, he is superior.
Every soccer player loves the feints of the professional players on TV and everyone has tried to comprehend one or another of those feints. During games often looked upon as something one cannot make a living from, tricks and turns are always a highlight on the field.
For all players who do not belong to a club, we present now a collection of animated tricks. That way, the problems of carrying out a feint are easy to recognize and you will be surprised what you can do with a ball. The collection is far from being completed and is expanded by us continuously.
But it is not for this reason alone, that this category came into existence. We could not put soccer feints into the categories “Dribbling” or “Feeling for the ball” because nothing trains the ball control more than learning feints. Feint training belongs clearly to soccer coordination training. That coordination training is supposed to be a permanent part of training should be familiar to you by now.
Especially in children’s soccer, it is easy for the coach to teach ball skills by teaching soccer tricks. It is clear that every player develops boundless ambition while learning tricks and turns and kids anyway. As a soccer coach, you should start – if you did not start already – teaching tricks. When some tricks are learned by heart, they have to be incorporated into the other parts of practice of Soccerpilot. First of all into the easier parts of practice, later on also under pressure of the opponent.
Under the heading of “Turns”, you will find animations that demonstrate change of direction by 180 degree with a ball. Turns belong to modern coordination training. The player who is in the possession of the ball turns away from the opponent to head into clear space or to play a free pass.
Coordination training with soccer tricks belongs to the important parts of modern children’s soccer training. Start easy and increase the level of difficulty continuously. You will be surprised how the kids will develop.
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.
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= Number of Balls: All = one ball per player | + = sufficient number of balls
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