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Teach your kids how to bend it, cross it, and head it like the pros with these soccer drills and practice tips.

Offseason Training for Soccer

By Online Soccer Academy 01/18/2019, 12:00pm CST

Wear an ipod or music player while training by yourself! It gets lonely and sometimes un inspiring training on your own! 

Score More Soccer Goals This Season

By Cisco Athletic 01/09/2019, 12:00pm CST

If you want a big way to improve this season, you should think more about how to make more accurate shots. 

Indoor Workouts Youth Soccer Players Can Do Anywhere

By Soccer Wire 12/12/2018, 12:00pm CST

Get your soccer players to move the ball between or around the cones in specific patterns using all parts of their feet. Keep a list, time them, make it a challenge.

The Standard Defensive Header Is Easy to Learn

By Soccer Training Guide 10/15/2018, 12:00pm CDT

You don't need to be 6 feet tall to be great at heading. In fact, the most important factor is not how tall you are, instead it is the technique.

1 V 1 Soccer Goalkeeper Drill

By Dave Clarke, Soccer Coach Weekly 10/03/2018, 12:00pm CDT

The goalkeeper needs to come off his line and try to smother the shots as the striker turns and tries to beat him. 

Simplified Soccer Drills for Kids

By Amelia Graves, UPP Haradis 09/26/2018, 12:00pm CDT

Younger players learn by watching and playing with the older players more normally than watching their coach do a step-by-step demonstration.

Soccer Coaches, Players Are Changing the Game

By Travis Barrett, 09/25/2018, 12:00pm CDT

“Kids have been exposed to more and more soccer, and they’re digesting it and understanding it.” 

Soccer Drills: Defending as a Back Four

By Tony Carr, Soccer Coaching Weekly 09/05/2018, 12:00pm CDT

Once completed the coach calls out the number of the second attacker who dribbles onto the pitch and combines with the previous attacker in a 2v4 situation. The game continues until it’s a 4v4 situation.

Six Steps for Kids to Learn Soccer

By Unicef Kid Power 08/15/2018, 12:00pm CDT

Getting a few friends together to play pickup soccer in a loose, fun environment is a great way to learn soccer. It won’t be super competitive. This way everyone can have fun, and kids will slowly learn how to play together.

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