The site contains a number of free soccer drills for registered members to view and use.
There are a number of soccer drills on the site to give users a sample of the full professional membership option. Hopefully visitors find it valuable. The site is designed to bridge the coaching education gap for higher licensing and provide soccer drills that are creative and effective to keep your sessions new and fresh.
We are always open to receiving new ideas and drills on the site. So, please feel free to post your own drills and ideas. If you have a drill that you think will add value to this section please post it.
A soccer player needs to master many different skills in order to be successful on the soccer field. Once a player learns a skill he or she will also need to maintain it. The best way for doing that is to participate in various drills. The fundamental thing a soccer player need to know about soccer drills is that he really needs to work hard during them in order to develop his skills.
I know by experience that many soccer players do not actually focus on the drills. Instead, they see them as something that needs to be done during the practice and then forgets about them. The danger with this behavior is that the players will become less focused during the real games which will impact negatively on their performance.
You see, it is not enough to practice on various drills if you never reflect over how you can use them in real game situations. Every time you participate in a drill, you need to imagine how this drill could help you during the games.
To state an example let’s discuss how a simple shooting drill can make you think outside the box. During a shooting drill, you will, (in most cases), kick the ball with maximum possible power because you probably think that the harder the shot is the bigger the chance for scoring a goal.
However, you should be aware of that getting that ball on the goal is much more important than kicking the ball with tremendous power. So, by actually reflecting over the drill, you have discovered that a hard shot is not a guarantee for scoring more goals.
If you start to reflect over the drills you will soon notice that you are actually using what you’ve learned during the drills in real soccer games. So, don’t just perform the drills, be sure to know the benefits of them.
Several of the free drills are pretty general, but include sections such as soccer fitness, passing, small sided games, etc. The professional membership entitles the users to functional practices and phases of play drills for higher levels of coaching. You are free to print out the drills presented here and take them to your soccer sessions.
We hope that the drills help enrich your soccer training sessions!