This passing drill is a highly competitive possession game in which players get to work on their passing and receiving skills, speed of play, decision making, team shape, and movement off the ball.
In this simple passing drill, players work on their passing and receiving skills as well as communication, vision, and awareness. This activity can also be used as a fun warm-up drill to practice passing.
In this basic but fun passing drill, players get to race against their opponents and practice passing with accuracy in an effort to hit the ‘Jackpot!’
In this 2v2 turning game, players get the opportunity to practice receiving the ball under pressure with their back to goal before executing their favorite turn to beat their opponent and score!
In this highly enjoyable 1v1 game, 4 players compete against each other simultaneously and try to knock their opponents out by scoring on their goal. Players love the competitive nature of the game and once familiar with it, they will be asking to play it again and again!
In this highly energetic and competitive 1v1 game, players attack 3 goals and defend 3 goals. This activity also gives lots of touches on the ball, offers decision-making opportunities for players, and supports individual vision and awareness as players compete…
In this intense 1v1 ladder game, players will always be on the move and constantly trying to beat their opponents as they work their way up to the famous Wembley stadium to try and win the FA Cup! FA Cup…
In this realistic 1v1 shooting drill, players must work their way around a defender to try and get a shot on goal and score! This activity helps develop dribbling skills, shooting skills, defending skills. and goalkeeping skills.
In this chaotic 1v1 game, players compete individually against one opponent while other players are competing 1 on 1 with other players simultaneously. Players have to be aware of both their opponents and the other players around them and try…
In this soccer shooting drill, players will compete 2v2 while trying to score as many goals as possible.
This fun soccer shooting drill is a fun activity to practice shooting from a distance. Players will work in groups of three and will practice shooting with their laces and with their instep.
In this fun and energetic warm-up game for kids, players will practice dribbling, turning, and passing the ball as well as developing fundamental motor skills. Children absolutely love this drill and will want to play again and again.
In this exciting small-sided game, players get to practice their turning and shooting skills. They will also learn to spread out, keep their head up, and pass the ball to their open teammates whilst scoring goals galore!
In this simple soccer shooting drill, players get multiple opportunities to practice shooting and finishing under pressure from a defender. This drill emulates the pressure players will be under in a real game and encourages players to use multiple techniques to do the most important thing in the game, score!
In this fun warm-up game for kids, players will practice their dribbling and turning skills whilst trying to not get caught by the ‘Mud Monsters’!
In this fun turning drill for kids, players will try to take the ball past the ‘Gatekeepers’ to score points. This drill is great for practicing turning with the ball, dribbling, and shielding with the ball.
This soccer turning drill for kids is a fun game based on the cartoon Tom and Jerry. This drill is great for helping young players practice their favorite turn and dribbling at speed whilst being chased by their teammates in a classic game of cat and mouse!
This fun warm-up game, is a turning drill in which players can practice their turning and shielding skills whilst trying to keep the ball away from their opponents to become the ultimate ‘ball hog’!
This turning drill for young players is a great way to introduce some basic soccer turns in a fun game-like setting whilst igniting players imaginations!
In this small-sided game drill, players will compete in small teams to score in one of four goals. Players will be encouraged to move into space and remain visible and open to support their teammates, and to focus on their team’s shape to create positive angles of support. This small-sided game is great for kids and teenagers, but can also be easily adapted for use with older players.