Dribbling Progression with Finishing
This soccer dribbling drill emphasises developing ball control, making gentle contact with the ball, and dribbling with speed while being in control. The exercise also focuses on improving changing directions, turning with the ball and practising various feints, tricks and deceptive movements.
Players and equipment are arranged as shown. Place plenty of extra balls in the starting positions next to the goals.
Small cones are used to mark the players' positions, the big cones and sticks are placed to draw the dribbling paths.
16-20 field players and at least two goalkeepers must take part in the exercise about the optimal execution.
Distances of the players' position and the equipment must be counted and planned according to the age-group and the players technical skills.
In the case of U16+ players, the optimal area for work is a half field.
Players change their positions in alphabetical order, although from positions D the players always go to the other sided position A, so they can perform the task on both sides continuously.
It's important that, the placing of the equipment can take 25-30 minutes for the first time.
Of course, the stick and big cones can be replaced with small cones.
Description and Graphics
The soccer drill is performed with 2 balls on both sides at the same time.