This simple but competitive small-sided game is a great warm-up for any passing and possession session and can be enjoyed by players of all ages from 9 years and up. Triangle Gate Drill Set Up The Drill Mark off a 30…
This small-sided game is great for use in training sessions focusing on possession, transitioning, and passing. Players will compete in two teams and must quickly transition from attacking to defending and vice versa throughout the drill. This activity can also…
This soccer drill is one of Pep Guardiola’s favorite rondo drills. It’s a great passing and possession game and one that players love!
An adaptation of the ever-popular Lightning Soccer Drill, Team lightning has the added benefit of developing passing and receiving skills and delivers multiple repetitions for all players in a short period of time. Give this fun and competitive shooting game…
This competitive and fun warm-up game encompasses plenty of touches on the ball whilst encouraging the development of passing and receiving skills and dribbling and shielding. It is a fun and popular activity that you can use at the start…
In this fun 4v4 shooting game players get the opportunity to pass and receive, switch the play, play in goal and most importantly of all; shoot! By increasing the number of goals available for players to shoot at the coach gives more repetition and more chances of success for all their players.
In this unopposed passing and receiving warm-up, players work on their first touch and quality of pass. This activity has plenty of repetition as is a great activation activity for a session on switching the play.
In this fast-paced and competitive rondo game, players work on their short and long-range passing as well as their vision and awareness.
Players have an opportunity to practice their lofted and driven passing techniques in this simple activation activity that children always enjoy!
In this fun warm-up game, players get to work on their passing, receiving, and movement skills. Players will pass the ball and try and keep it away from the ‘Monkey In The Middle’.
In this dynamic passing warm-up drill, players get plenty of touches on the ball whilst practicing their passing and receiving skills as well as vision, awareness, and decision making.
In this basic but fun passing drill, players get to go against their opponent in a series of 1v1 competitions and try to work their way up to the World Cup Final!
In this twist on the classic 4v2 rondo, players work in teams to score points adding an extra edge to this highly functional warm-up activity.
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 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 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.
In this fun passing drill, players will practice passing and receiving the ball and looking over their shoulders for a pass. This drill is great to use as a passing drill or as a warm-up drill.
In this fun passing drill for kids, players will practice passing the ball through gates to their teammate to score points. After playing one time, this drill becomes more fun with the introduction of ‘gate defenders’ and ‘goalkeepers’ who try and block the players successfully passing the ball through the gate.