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Find out how to improve your soccer with our database of tips and drills for soccer players.
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Playing tips are available in the following categories:
Practice drills for various parts of your game are available in categories such as General, General.
- Goalkeeping Practices
Goalkeepers clearly need special types of practices, and they can be 'worked’ together from the rest of the players particularly if there is no...
- How To Kick a Soccer Ball Properly
By: Andre Botelho One of the most important soccer lessons and the first thing to know on kicking a soccer ball is what not to do....
Run and exercise every day, or at least every other day. Keeping in good shape is key because getting tired will allow anybody on the field to...
- Footwork Soccer Drills
By: Andre Botelho One very simple yet effective tool for improving footwork is sticks. Whether you purchase some, use kindling, or...
- Pass ball back and forth
Form two lines parallel to each other. Each player should have another player directly across from him. The first player should pass the...
- Passing Pairs Game
Teaches: Quick & accurate passing Set-up: * Put 3 disk cones 5 steps apart and then walk 20 steps & set out 3 more: * Pair up play...
- Throw-in and trap
Have the soccer players form two lines parallel to one another. Make sure that each player has a partner directly across from him. The first...
- Breakaways - A Defensive and Attacking Drill
Set-up: * Divide your team into attackers and defenders. * Attackers in red bibs, Defenders in blue bibs. * Three lines of attackers - A1,...
Begin with three players line up in a row about three yards apart. Two players are on the outside and one in the middle. The ball starts in the...