This is one of the most common soccer training drills. You will need a soccer net and multiple soccer balls for this one. Line the soccer balls up to be shot into the net. I found using at least 6 soccer balls works best with this drill. The goal is to practice shooting at the net without the distraction of retrieving the ball after every shot.
The basic idea to this backyard soccer drill will be for the player to pass the ball at their feet toward the soccer ball balanced on top of the cone. If the player knocks the ball off they will receive two points, if they touch the ball without it falling off they receive one point.
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Old School Backyard Soccer Drills Are The Best. Many drills are orientated towards the full team practice style of work. There are many individual drills that often get overlooked and there value is not appreciated. Let’s look back at a player’s beginning when they first started. Most players remember getting that first soccer ball, it was that free one with the giant advertisement covering it, or it was the best color available at the sports store.
Take a cone or another soccer ball, place it on the ground ten yards away, and practice passing the ball accurately to the object in question. Once you can hit the target regularly from this distance, move five yards back and repeat the exercise.