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Dribble, Cut and Turn Soccer Drill
This is a good soccer drill to use with young players (5 - 9) it provides them with plenty of opportunities to dribble the ball and evade a tackle from an opponent. . . . keep reading

Four corner keep away drill
Four corner keep away drillAccurate passing to feet is the name of the game in this 4 Corner Keep Away soccer drill. Using five players this is a variation of piggy in the middle. . . . keep reading

Attacking Soccer 1v1 2 station drill
Attacking Soccer 1v1 2 station drillUse this two station soccer drill to keep all of the squad involved, working on creative soccer techniques this drill is geared towards winning 1v1 battles on the pitch. Feints, dribbling, turns and shooting practice is all contained within this attacking drill. . . . keep reading

3v3 Soccer Drill including Warm Up
3v3 Soccer Drill including Warm UpHere is a good soccer drill that will work your players on movement, communication, creating space and looking for the killer pass. This drill can be easily conditioned to work the players harder or refine skills. . . . keep reading

Soccer Possession Play
Soccer Possession PlayHere a small sided game is very easily set up that practices the key soccer skills of accurate passing, movement, support, counter attacking football and defensive duties. . . . keep reading

Small sided soccer game - Cowboys & Indians
Small sided soccer game - Cowboys & IndiansThis small sided soccer game is great for players up to the age of 12. Named Cowboys and Indians the objective is for the cowboys to get as many buffalo's home into the ranch. Indians must try and prevent the cowboys from completing their goal by stealing the buffalo. . . . keep reading

Dribbling to unbalance a defender
Dribbling to unbalance a defenderUse this drill to develop your attacking and defending soccer players when they have a 1v1 situation. Quick to organise and can involve everyone... . . . keep reading

Block Tackling - Attackers version
This is exercise could be used as pre cursor to the Gauntlet exercise, it introduces the concept of having to go past a defender. This is a 1v1 situation and players should begin to demonstrate the key principles of dribbling by using stops, starts, feints and tricks to go past the defender. This exercise should then be progressed to the Gauntlet. . . . keep reading

The Gauntlet - Attacking Version
Players will be required to dribble past a couple of defenders in order to unlock an opponents team. This is quite a high intensity exercise for the dribblers. They must demostrate good technique as they run the gauntlet where up to 5 defenders are going to try and take the ball off them. . . . keep reading

Receiving Under Pressure
A tidy drill for developing close control when receiving the ball. A good first touch is important as is an awareness of where the pressure is likely to come from. The drill's primary aim is to develop a good intial receiving and close control thereafter. . . . keep reading

Warm Up - Passing/Receiving/Dribbling
A good warm up drill that focuses on all the key techniques, passing, recieving and dribbling. This start up drill can be used effectively 1v1 in lanes while you can be setting up the next technical development drill . . . keep reading

Support and Shoot
A realistic drill that mirrors the game very well. A striker must dribble to keep possession, look for help, lay off, be open for a return pass and shoot immediately. . . . keep reading

Ball Control - Centre Cone Drill
A neat exercise that involves many players and encourages both feet dribbling, turning and shielding the ball. Balance is also a key feature of this exercise as the ability to change direction while still maintaining control. . . . keep reading

Ball Control - Green Light Red Light
A fun exercise that can be used as part of the warm up as well as a drill. Close control is aim but also having an 'eye' for what's happening up ahead, small touches and trapping the ball are key components. . . . keep reading

Ball Control - Race for the Ball
A good exercise to bring both control and turning together. It also makes the players focus their attention on the exercise as they don't know when their number will be called out. . . . keep reading

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