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Welcome to the soccer section of Yoursportplanner. The right workouts, drills, dedication and fun are the key to success. Currently we offer 778 soccer drills and there are 3 soccer workouts created by soccer coaches.

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    • Take a lap around the field. On the long sides jog, on the short sides walk.
    • Stand upright, feet hip-width apart. Make 20 squats at slow pace.
    • Stand upright, feet hip-width apart. Make 20 jump squats. Begin with arms extended above your head. To add extra power to the jump; Drop your arms along your body while bending your knees. Swing the arms through to the back and jump while moving your arms back forward and up. Keep your back straight, hips back, feet flat on the ground.
    • Do lunges in three positions per leg. Basic position; stand upright with your feet slightly apart.
      • Put your right leg straight ahead and bend the knee 90 degrees. Your left knee as close to the ground as possible; come up.
      • Put your right leg, with the foot turned slightly forward to the right side. Bend your left knee. Return to base position.
      • Put your right leg back, bend your left knee. Return to base position.
      • Put your left leg straight ahead and bend the knee 90 degrees. Your right knee as close to the ground as possible; come up.
      • Put your left leg, with the foot turned slightly forward to the left side. Bend your right knee. Return to base position.
      • Put your left leg back, bend your right knee. Return to base position.
    • Make a lap along the field. On the long sides jog. On the short sides sprint.
    • Blue runs to the pot and cuts off.
    • Blue passes the ball to red.
    • Red tries to score.
    Variations:
    • inside/outside ball cut off.
    drawing Felling & scoring
    • Player 1 passes the ball to Player 2.
    • Player 2 passes to Player 3.
    • Player 3 is going to attack with Player 1.
    • Player 2 goes to defend on Player 1 and 3.
    • Goalkeeper 1 tries to catch the ball.
    drawing 2 versus 1 attack interplay
  • - Exercise revolves primarily around player D.
    - Open-ended approach essential.

    • Starts at A.
    • A plays to B.
    • B rebounds in the run back to A.
    • D makes forward action and gets into the ball between the 2 hats.
    • A plays in on D's left foot.
    • D accepts with one ball contact and turns up between the two hats.
    • D plays in on C.
    • C drops on B.
    • B pokes into the run of the passed D.
    • D finishes in small goal and closes in behind again.
    Alphabetical turn through.
    drawing Handball/ pass open turn
    • S2 is central and asks ball to S1.
    • S1 plays ball in.
    • S2 spins out and does double pass to S3 who asks for ball with pre-action.
    • S3 takes ball and does slalom with turn on each side and passes with ball to back pot.
    drawing Passing - first key and dribbling
  • Circuit:
    • Player A begins by accepting ball on chest thrown in by player B.
    • With ball move from A to B to C to D.
    • Scoring.
    drawing Dribble circuit with pass
  • Exercise A:
    ball overpass through gate right - and left legged. Emphasis on stance leg slightly dropping through knee and kicking ball in the middle. Keep body straight, do not hunch.

    Exercise B:
    instep kick.

    Exercise C:
    dribble around the pawn, first inside foot right and left, then try outside foot.
    Speed is not necessary, rather hit the ball every step.

    - Players A and B change after 3 min, after 6 min A & B change to C.
    drawing Technique exercise
    • Player with ball slaloms around the pawns with a cap move
    • Player plays the ball into the feet of the sagging striker at the end of the cones
    • Striker takes the ball on the turn
    • Striker shoots at goal

    • The player who slaloms becomes the new striker
    • The striker who shot retrieves the ball and joins the line to slalom
    • The next player can start when the player in front of him/her is at the 4th pawn; halfway through the slalom
    - 2 players stand at the pawn in the front to follow each other faster
    - The pawn in the vanguard stands approximately on the 16 meter line
    drawing Dribbling and cowering
  • 1. Ladder 3 variants:
    • Each step 1 step.
    • Two feet in.
    • Foot in, foot out.
    2. Pull sprint to pawn.

    3. Slalom around pawn with ball:
    • 1x good foot.
    • 1x alternate.
    • 1x ball rolling under foot left and right.
    4. One-two with trainer.

    5. Dribble through and pass with scissors.

    6. Then round off.
    drawing Circuit
    • Player 1 passes a long ball across the goal.
    • Player 2 takes the ball and must attack.
    • Player 1 must defend.
    • Is the 1 vs 1 played then player 1 moves on and player 2 joins the line.
    drawing long ball 1 versus 1
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