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  • 1. Table of Contents Introduction 3 About the authors 4 1. One Touch Passing and Rolling with the Ball 5 2. Attention - Awareness and Basic Cooperation 8 3. Double Triangle 11 4. Combinations and Complex Cooperation 13 5. Timing and Harmonization 18 6. Ball Control and Soccer Vision 22 7. Twin Squares 26 8. Combinations in Y Shape 1 29 9. Combinations in Y Shape 2 31 10. Combinations in Y Shape 3 33 11. Simple Combination 1 35 12. Simple Combination 2 37 13. Simple Combination 3 39 14. Move to Get the Attacking Diagonal Pass 41 15. Wall Passing with 5 Players 43 E-book identifier: 5.3 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 2.
  • 2. Introduction Being able to perform quick and precise passes is one of the crucial skills in soccer. Therefore, in training programs a great emphasis must be laid on improving the players’ technical ability and avoiding mishandling the balls. This e-book offers soccer passing drills which will help practise and develop the advanced techniques of passing and receiving, the cooperation and the foundation of teamwork. Beside some simple soccer passing drills in square, triangle and Y shape, you can find higher level, complex exercises in different shapes. Throughout these progressions accurate timing and secure performing of passes with both feet and with different techniques can be improved. These drills also focus on ball control, receiving in different angles and movements without the ball. These exercises can be used for younger and older agegroups as well, they can easily be improved to ensure the persistant development of your players. Build the following exercises in your trainings even tomorrow and check the evolution of your players' passing and receiving technique. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 3.
  • 3. About the authors This e-book has been compiled by the leading experts of Pro-soccerdrills.com, who have visited hundreds of training sessions of professional teams all over Europe in order to collect the best ideas and coaching methods for you. Based on their experiences, they have also created several new methods and soccer drills. They have launched pro-soccerdrills.com and compiled several e-books to share their experiences with other coaches and help them develop their players by using the most effective exercises and brand new methods. They have a unique collection of the best soccer drills ever that have already been tested, applied and put into practice. These tasks can be applied with both younger and adult age groups, and can also be adopted into your training sessions partly or fully. What is more, they will help you find the suitable assessment keys to check whether your team has reached its potential, and give you further ideas and inspiration in order to create your own exercises. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 4.
  • 4. Goal T his soccer passing drill helps develop one touch passing, receiving and innervating basic combinations. This passing drill also focuses on soccer vision and the ability to create passing channels. U10-U12, U13U15, U16+ 1. One Touch Passing and Rolling with the Ball Goal This soccer passing drill helps develop one touch passing, receiving and innervating basic combinations. This passing drill also focuses on soccer vision and the ability to create passing channels. Organisation Equipment and players are arranged as shown. Players stay in their positions all over this soccer drill. Distances must be adequate to the age group. Description This soccer passing drill begins from one of the players standing next to the sticks on the side. This passing drill is performed with one ball. Soccer Passing Drill Set Up © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 5.
  • 5. Soccer Passing Drill 1 In this variation players in the middle practise receiving skills and wall passing with the outside players. Soccer Passing Drill 2 In this variation players practise one touch passing and wall passing. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 6.
  • 6. Coaching Points • Quality of passes is imperative • Vary the technique of passes • Accuracy and weight of passes are vital • Heads up before passing and receiving, vision • Vary the technique of receivings • Keep the ball on the ground • Use both feet to pass and receive the ball • Take care of extra balls • Perform the exercise to both directions • When ball is out restart the play calmly Set Up • Number of players: 4 • Time: 10 - 15 min Equipment • Balls: 1 • Sticks: 4 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 7.
  • 7. Goal This soccer drill focuses on practising one touch passing, wall passing and receiving. U10-12, U13U15, U-16+ 2. Attention - Awareness and Basic Cooperation Goal This soccer drill focuses on practising one touch passing, wall passing and receiving. Organisation This soccer passing drill contains 3 variations. Variation 1: 8 players are located with ball in the grid, 8 players are on the sides of the grid without ball. Exercise 2: 8 players are located with ball in the grid, 8 players are on the sides of the grid without ball. Variation 3: 4 players are with ball and 4 players are without ball in the grid, 8 players are on the sides of the grid without ball. Variation 1 8 players dribble the ball in the grid, the other 8 are located on the sides of the grid. The player in possession makes a strong, low pass to one of the waiting players on the sides and runs out. The waiting player receives the ball accurately and dribbles it into the grid. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 8.
  • 8. Variation 2 8 players dribble the ball in the grid, the other 8 are located on the sides of the grid. The player in possession makes a wall pass with one of the waiting players. Then he runs out of the grid. Variation 3 4 players with ball and 4 without ball move in the grid. 8 players are located on the sides of the grid. In the right situation the player with ball passes to one of the 8 players waiting on the sides of the grid. After receiving the ball, this player plays it to one of the players without the ball. The player giving the first pass runs out of the grid, the one standing by the sideline runs into the grid. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 9.
  • 9. Coaching Points • Accuracy and weight of passes are vital • Players should use both feet to pass and dribble • Supporting movements without ball • Accurate receiving • Cooperation between players • Overlapping in the right time • Keep the ball on the ground • Communication is vital • Take care of extra balls Set Up • Number of players: 16 • Area: 30x30 m • Time: 10-15 min Equipment • • © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 Small cones: 9 Balls: 4-8 10.
  • 10. Goal This soccer drill focuses on practising passing, receiving and developing orientation. Under U10, U10-U12, U13-15, U16+ 3. Double Triangle Goal This soccer drill focuses on practising passing, receiving and developing orientation. Organisation Create two triangles as shown. Players are arranged as shown. Players work in their own triangle with 1 ball. Players change their positions after their passes. Description The two Players A start this soccer passing drill at the same time. After passing the ball they follow it and change their positions. Players work with two touches: receiving and passing. Players should carry out the task to both directions. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 11.
  • 11. Coaching Points • Accuracy of passes and receivings • Choose the right pace • Heads up before passing • Communication • Keep the ball on the ground • Use both feet to pass the ball • Take care of extra balls Variations • Receiving outside the cones • Receiving inside the cones Set Up • Number of players: 8-16 • Time: 10-15 min Equipment • Small cones: 6 • Balls: 2 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 12.
  • 12. Goal This soccer passing drill emphasises passing accuracy, cooperation, practising combinations and dribbling. 4. Combinations and Complex Cooperation Goal This soccer passing drill emphasises passing accuracy, cooperation, practising combinations and dribbling. Organisation U10-U12, U13U15, U16+ Mark five positions with three cones and two sticks. In this soccer drill players change their positions continuously in alphabetical order. This passing drill is performed to both sides by turns. Place two players to Positions B and one-one player to positions C. Description This soccer drill always begins from Position A. Players start the soccer exercises by turns to both sides in position A. Take care of extra balls and restart the soccer drill at the right time from Position A. Soccer Passing Drill Set Up © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 13.
  • 13. Soccer Passing Drill 1 Deep passes and counter movements without ball to advance forwards. Soccer Passing Drill 2 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 14.
  • 14. Soccer Passing Drill 3 Cooperation between two players in Position B. One of the players asks for the ball and moves towards Player A. Player A passes to him but the player who advances lets the ball to the player behind him. Second Player in Position B lays back the ball to Player A who plays the first in Position B. First player receives the ball and dribbles around the stick at speed and passes to the other sided player in Position C who dribbles back to the starting position at speed. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 15.
  • 15. Soccer Passing Drill 4 Cooperation between two players in Position B. One of the players asks for the ball and moves towards Player A. Player A passes to him and the player who advances lets the ball to the player behind him. Second Player in Position B lays back the ball to Player A who plays the first in Position B. First player receives and dribbles around the stick at speed and makes a wall pass with the player in Position C. Player C plays the other sided player with a long, sharp pass. Coaching Points • Accuracy of passing is imperative • Heads up before passing • Players should use both feet to pass • Change pace with ball • Dribble at speed • Communication • Keep the ball on the ground • Vision • Instructions and correcting mistakes • Take care of extra balls © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 16.
  • 16. Set Up • Number of players: 8-12 • Time: 10-20 min. Equipment • Small cones: 3 • Sticks: 2 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 17.
  • 17. Goal This soccer passing drill focuses on developing functional passing technique. This soccer exercise also helps improve cooperation between the players while passing. 5. Timing and Harmonization Goal This soccer passing drill focuses on developing functional passing technique. This soccer exercise also helps improve cooperation between the players while passing. Organisation U13-U15, U16+ Players and equipment are arranged as shown. 8 players take part in this soccer passing drill. Duration: 2 minutes. Change: P1-P2-P5-P6 and P3-P4-P7-P8 change continuously. Players perform this soccer passing exercises to both directions. Description P1 and P3 start this soccer passing exercise at the same time. Players perform the exercise parallel with 2 balls. Set Up © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 18.
  • 18. Soccer Passing Exercise 1 P1 dribbles the ball to the red cone and makes a sharp, low pass to P4. Then P1 moves towards P2 and combines directly with him. P2 dribbles the ball a few meters and passes to the next player. Then the movement continues. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 19.
  • 19. Soccer Passing Exercise 2 P1 dribbles the ball to the red cone and makes a sharp, long pass to P4. Then P1 moves towards P2 to make a passive defending against him. P2 plays the ball (which he gets from P3) to P5 and moves towards him. P5 lays the ball off with one touch to P2 who dribbles a few meters and passes the ball back to P5. Then the movement continues. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 20.
  • 20. Coaching Points • Concentration and quick decision • Accuracy and weight of passes are vital • Players should use both feet to pass the ball • Change the pace o passes • Communication • Correcting mistakes • Take care of extra balls Set Up • Number of players: 8 • Area: 20x20 m • Time: 2 min Equipment • Balls: 2 • Small cones: 8 • Puppets: 4 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 21.
  • 21. Goal This soccer passing drill focuses on developing basic passing and receiving skills. This soccer drill also develops orientation, close control and soccer vision. U10-U12, U13U15, U16+ 6. Ball Control and Soccer Vision Goal This soccer passing drill focuses on developing basic passing and receiving skills. This soccer drill also develops orientation, close control and soccer vision. Organisation 10 sticks and 5 big cones are placed about 8-10 meters apart as shown. Players change their positions continuously. Mark the players with different colored vests to make orientation easier as shown. Description Players pass the ball to each other diagonally in the same color and they change their positions following their passes. Last players dribble the ball back to the starting positions. This soccer drill starts with two balls at the same time. Passes must be performed without collision of the balls. Set Up © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 22.
  • 22. Soccer Passing Drill Receivings are performed in front of the sticks. Receivings are performed behind the sticks in an open body position. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 23.
  • 23. To raise the difficulty of the task place players to the big cones as shown. Three players start the task at the same time. Players in the middle receive the ball close to the big cones in 180 degrees. Last player dribbles back to the starting position. Try to avoid collision of the balls and players. Coaching Points • Accuracy of passing and receiving • Close control of the ball while receiving • Heads up from the ball • Searching passing channels • Keep the ball on the ground • Use both feet to pass and receive the ball • Determine the technique of receivings • Take care of extra balls • Instructions and correcting mistakes © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 24.
  • 24. Set Up • Number of players: 12-20 • Time: 10-20 min Equipment • Balls: 6 • Sticks: 10 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 25.
  • 25. Goal This soccer drill emphasises developing one touch passing and preparing deep passes. 7. Twin Squares Goal This soccer drill emphasises developing one touch passing and preparing deep passes. U13-U15, U16+ Organisation Create two 8x8 meters rhombuses 4 meters apart. Place players to the cones. In the two ends of the area place two or more players with ball. Changing position is continuous in alphabetical order. Soccer Passing Exercise 1 Player A starts the task with a wide pass to player B who lays it back to A. Then A gives a deep pass to Player C who lays it off to Player D. When A passes the ball to C, D performs a counter movement. When D gets the ball from C takes it forward with a dynamic dribbling. After a short dribbling D forwards the ball to E. Then the game is repeated on the other side. Players take turns in alphabetical order. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 26.
  • 26. Soccer Passing Exercise 2 Player A starts with a wide pass to Player B who receives the ball and forwards it to Player C who lays it back to Player A. Player A makes Player D jump out. When Player C lays the ball back to A Player D performs a dynamic counter movement. Player D dribbles the ball and forwards it to Player E. The progression is the same in the other side. Coaching Points • Weight and angle of passes • Open body positions • Orientation of the head • Movements without ball, and contra movements before getting the ball • Heads up before passing • Use both feet to pass • Keep the ball on the ground • Take care of extra balls © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 27.
  • 27. Set Up • Number of players: 10-14 • Time: 10-15 min Equipment • Small cones: 8 • Balls: 1 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 28.
  • 28. 8. Combinations in Y Shape 1 Goal This soccer passing drill emphasises practising one touch passes, diagonal passes and dribbling. U10-U12, U15, U16+ U13- Goal This soccer passing drill emphasises practising one touch passes, diagonal passes and dribbling. Organisation Equipment and players are arranged as shown. The players change their positions in alphabetical order. They perform the soccer drill to both directions. Description The players practise strong and weak passes and wall passes. The exercise starts when Player 'A' plays the ball to Player 'B'. Player 'B' passes it back with one touch to Player 'A'. Player 'A' makes a strong pass to Player 'C'. Player 'C' receives the ball and dribbles to the starting position. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 29.
  • 29. Coaching Points • Accuracy and weight of passes are vital • Players should accelerate towards the ball • Communication • Heads up from the ball • Players should use both feet to pass and receive the ball • Keep the ball on the ground • Take care of extra balls Set Up • Number of players: 5 • Area: 15x20 meters • Time: 5-10 min Equipment • Small cones: 4 • Balls: 3 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 30.
  • 30. Goal 9. Combinations in Y Shape 2 This basic soccer drill emphasises practising one touch passing, wall passing and receiving. Goal U13-U15, U16+ Organisation This basic soccer drill emphasises practising one touch passing, wall passing and receiving. Equipment and players are arranged as shown. The players change their positions in alphabetical order. Players perform this soccer passing drill to both directions. Description The soccer passing drill starts when player 'A' plays the ball to Player 'B'. He makes a wall pass with Player 'A' and plays the ball to Player 'C'. Player 'C' makes a wall pass with Player 'B' and pass the ball back to the starting position after a few meters dribbling. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 31.
  • 31. Coaching Points • Players should accelerate towards the ball • Accuracy and weight of passes are vital • Players should use both feet to pass • Movements without the ball • Accurate receiving • Cooperation between the players • Keep the ball on the ground • Take care of extra balls Set Up • Number of players: 5 • Area: 15x20 meters • Time: 5-10 min Equipment • Small cones: 4 • Big cones: 9 • Balls: 1 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 32.
  • 32. Goal This basic soccer drill emphasises practising one touch passing, wall passing, overlapping and receiving. 10. Combinations in Y Shape 3 Goal This basic soccer drill emphasises practising one touch passing, wall passing, overlapping and receiving. Organisation U13-U15, U16+ Equipment and players are arranged as shown. Players change their positions in alphabetical order. Players perform this soccer passing drill to both directions. Description This soccer passing drill starts when Player 'A' plays the ball to Player 'B'. Player 'B' lays the ball back to Player 'A' and moves towards Player 'C'. Player 'A' plays a deep pass to Player 'C' who makes a double wall pass with Player 'B' between the cones and passes the ball back to the starting position after a few meters dribbling. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 33.
  • 33. Coaching Points • Players should accelerate towards the ball • Accuracy and weight of passes are vital • Players should use both feet to pass • Movement without ball • Accurate receiving • Cooperation between players • Keep the ball on the ground • Take care of extra balls Set Up • Number of players: 5 • Area: 15-20 m • Time: 5-10 min Equipment • Small cones: 4 • Big cones: 9 • Balls: 1 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 34.
  • 34. Goal This soccer drill focuses on practising one touch passing and developing movements without ball. Under U10, U10-U12, U13U15, U16+ 11. Simple Combination 1 Goal This soccer drill focuses on practising one touch passing and developing movements without ball. Organisation The players change their positions in alphabetical order. Players perform this soccer drill to both directions. Description This soccer drill starts when Player 'A' plays the ball to Player 'B' and moves towards him. Player 'B' makes a wall pass with Player 'A' and plays a strong ball to Player 'C'. Then the movement continues. In the end Player 'D' dribbles the ball into the starting position. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 35.
  • 35. Coaching Points • Players should accelerate towards the ball • Accuracy and weight of passes are vital • Movements without ball • Players should use both feet to pass • Communication • Keep the ball on the ground • Take care of extra balls Set Up • Number of players: 6 • Area: 12x12 m • Time: 10 min Equipment • Small cones: 4 • Balls: 1 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 36.
  • 36. 12. Simple Combination 2 Goal This soccer drill emphasises practising wall passing, diagonal passes and dribbling. Under U10-U12, U15 U10, U13- Goal This soccer drill emphasises practising wall passing, diagonal passes and dribbling. Organisation The players change their positions in alphabetical order. Players perform this soccer drill to both directions. Description The soccer drill starts when Player 'A' plays the ball to Player 'B' and moves towards him. Player 'B' lays it off back to Player 'A' and overlaps. Player 'A' makes a deep pass to Player 'C' who lays the ball off to Player 'B'. Then the movement continues. In the end Player 'D' dribbles the ball into the starting position. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 37.
  • 37. Coaching Points • Players should accelerate towards the ball • Accuracy and weight of passes are vital • Cooperation between the players • Movements without ball • Players should use both feet to pass • Communication • Keep the ball on the ground • Take care of extra balls Set Up • Number of players: 6 • Area: 12x12 m • Time: 5 - 10 min Equipment • Small cones: 4 • Balls: 1 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 38.
  • 38. Goal This basic soccer drill focuses on practising one touch passes, diagonal passes and movements without ball. Under U10, U10-U12, U13-U15 13. Simple Combination 3 Goal This basic soccer drill focuses on practising one touch passes, diagonal passes and movements without ball. Organisation The players change their positions in alphabetical order. The players perform this soccer drill to both directions. Description This soccer drill starts when Player 'A' plays the ball to Player 'B' and moves towards him. Player 'B' lays it off back to Player 'A' and overlaps. Player 'A' makes a strong, diagonal pass to Player 'C' who lays the ball off to Player 'B'. Then the movement continues. In the end Player 'D' dribbles the ball into the starting position. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 39.
  • 39. Coaching Points • Players should accelerate towards the ball • Accuracy and weight of passes are vital • Players should use both feet to pass and dribble • Movements without the ball • Cooperation between players • Communication • Keep the ball on the ground • Take care of extra balls Set Up • Number of players: 6 • Area: 12x12 m • Time: 5 - 10 min Equipment • Small cones: 4 • Balls: 1 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 40.
  • 40. 14. Move to Get the Attacking Diagonal Pass Goal This soccer passing drill emphasises developing weight and timing of passes, one touch passing. This soccer drill also focuses on developing and practising diagonal movements and cooperation between players. Goal This soccer passing drill emphasises developing weight and timing of passes, one touch passing. This soccer drill also focuses on developing and practising diagonal movements and cooperation between players. Organisation U10-U12, U15, U16+ U13- Set up two 5-meter triangles 10 meters apart. Players are arranged as shown. Players work with one ball. Description P1 starts this soccer drill with a strong pass (1) to P2 who lays the ball back (2) to P1. P2 moves in angle behind the cone and gets the ball back (3) from P1. At the moment P2 approaches, P3 moves farther from P2 and opens space to keep the distance between them. P3 accelerates in space to the front of the ball and gets the pass from P2. P3 dribbles towards and passes to P4. The progression is the same at the other triangle. Players change their positions continuously. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 41.
  • 41. Coaching Points • Create supporting angles in front of the ball • Rhythm of movements without ball • Take care of changing pace and the rhythm of movements • Players should always look up before their passes • Use both feet to pass • Keep the ball on the ground • Take care of extra balls Set Up • Number of players: 5 Equipment • Small cones: 6 • Balls: 1 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 42.
  • 42. Goal This soccer drill focuses on developing one touch passing, wall passing, supporting movements without ball and cooperation between two players. U10-U12, U13U15, U16+ 15. Wall Passing with 5 Players Goal This soccer drill focuses on developing one touch passing, wall passing, supporting movements without ball and cooperation between two players. Organisation Set up two 5-meter triangles about 10 meters apart as shown. Place the players into the area as shown. Players change their positions continuously. Description P1 starts this soccer drill with a sharp pass to P2 who lays it back. P1 forwards to P3, follows the ball and makes passive defending movements. After the pass from P1 to P3, P2 supports to make a wall pass with P3. P3 gets the ball back from P2 and dribbles towards and passes to P4. The progression is the same in the other side. © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 43.
  • 43. Coaching Points • Create supporting angles • Accuracy and weight of passes • Hit the middle of the ball • Take care of changing pace of the ball • Heads up before passing • Keep the ball on the ground • Take care of extra balls Set Up • Number of players: 5-5 • Time: 10 min Equipment • Small cones: 6 • Balls: 1 © Pro-SoccerDrills.com 2012 44.