Soccer passing drills are used to improve the players passing skills, movement off the ball, and overall ball control skills.
occurs when a player kicks the soccer ball to another teammate, or whenever the
ball is moved from one teammate to another.
Passing the soccer ball is one of the basic soccer skills in this game.
Soccer ball is faster than any player on the field. When you pass the ball, you are building up speed, and rhythm on the field for the whole team.
is a team sport, and every player has a role, or a position to play in.
Passing soccer skills will benefit every position on the field.
Passing skills will vary by age, and players overall soccer skills.
players will have better passing skills than others, but every player
willing to learn and train more, will develop skills necessary to pass,
shoot and dribble the soccer ball.
Consistency in practice, and outside of practice, is the key to developing better skills with the ball.
Watching Barcelona matches is a great way to see how passing the ball, and keeping possession is properly applied in the game.
Young players will learn from visually seeing the technique from top soccer players passing the ball often in the game.
Barcelona players make consecutive one or two touch passes, moving the ball from defense, to midfield, forward, and passing the ball back through midfield, keeping possession of the ball.
Barcelona is patient,
attacking with possession, through passing the ball to every player,
back and forth, frustrating their chasing opponent into making a
mistake, and creating an opening for an attack on goal.
I can write on and on about the importance of passing the soccer ball, but reading this article will not make anyone a good passer. Training consistently through various soccer passing drills, will pave the way to great soccer passing skills.
Keep practicing, in and out of regular team training, and all soccer skills will follow with improvement.
SOCCER DRILL SET UP
SOCCER DRILL INSTRUCTIONS
SOCCER TRAINING VARIATIONS
Get creative and add your own twist to the training drill.