Free Soccer Drills and Info

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Soccer / Football is LIFE!

Hello everyone, my name is Armin, and I am a long-time player and coach in this great sport we love.

I started this website to inform and educate people from my long experience in soccer. If I'm not playing the game, I am watching the game; if I am not watching, I am coaching the youth.

Soccer is a big part of my life, and this website is the diary and journey of my soccer life. 

Soccer Success for the 1% of Players

Millions of people worldwide follow professional soccer, where winning is the ultimate goal in the game.

Professional soccer athletes live a luxurious life, with players earning millions of dollars for their skills with the ball and the commitment to perform.

Their overpaid salary comes with a commitment to daily training and games. These players represent the club and commit to abide by the club's rules.

Players are REQUIRED to spend every day in soccer training, developing their skills further and further, with 2 to 3 soccer training times a day.

Younger soccer players should want to play soccer as often as possible. Soccer is not a chore, but a way to get away from everything and kick the ball around with friends. Eventually, that fun may turn into passion and may lead to a fat paycheck.

Players below 12 years old should not have to deal with the pressure for winning games. Their focus should be on having fun playing soccer, being creative, learning from the game, and applying simple technical skills acquired through training.

Having fun, training hard and working on the technical part of the game (how to do different soccer skills properly), is best for developing younger soccer players.

As players get older and winning becomes more important, positive habits and skills repeated early in a players career will come out to play and win games.

Soccer Drills Come in Many Forms

Soccer drills help players develop different skills.

The Game itself is a great Coach for players to use. To fully utilize the Game as a Coach, players need to play more soccer with friends, teammates, rebound goals, or the wall. The Game decides what soccer drills players do through fun and creativity with the ball and space.

It takes years and thousands of hours of soccer training and playing, repeating different soccer skills through various soccer drills, over and over again, to become a great soccer player.

Training amount of time, quality of the training, and playing the game are the most significant factors in player's development, especially at a young age. Talent alone can only take players so far.

Hard work and dedication to train, play, and keep improving are the map to becoming a great soccer player. Legends of the game spent countless hours perfecting their soccer skills, especially when they were younger.

Some of them are still playing and improving with age and experience. Their improvement now, at a later stage in life, is more mental, in the sense of reading the fast-paced game better and making smart decisions quicker.

Time, Passion, and Effort are the critical elements to improving skills in any sport. Young players need to play more soccer, instead of typical two training sessions per week, with the game on the weekends. Players need to spend time with the soccer ball every day to develop the best soccer skills they can.

There are several basic, simple, but essential fundamentals of soccer.

Young players, who miss out on the basic soccer fundamentals during their early years, will not be playing to their full potential as they get older.

Important soccer fundamentals are developed through repetitive soccer training and different games. 

  • Proper running with or without the ball.
  • Simple dribbling moves to get out of tight spaces.
  • First touch on the soccer ball is crucial for youth development. 
  • Passing with pace and into teammates path.
  • Receiving the ball on the ground or in the air.
  • Shielding the soccer ball from the opponent.
  • Shooting and Passing with different parts of the foot. 
  • Decision making.
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