Simple Dribble & Shoot: Dribbling Drill, Shooting Drill
Soccer Drill Exercises
Dribbling and ball control, shooting accuracy, goalkeeper drill
Minimum Number of Players Needed
U10, U12, U14, U16
This soccer drill is perfect for players looking to improve their dribbling and ball handling skills while also working on their soccer shooting technique. It also works as a good soccer goalie drill.
In order to set up this soccer drill, you will need one net, one goalie, and roughly seven cones. The layout of this setup is shown in the diagram.
Play by Play
- The first player in the line should start on the left side of the initial cone with a soccer ball, sprint to the next cone, cut around the cone, and then take a shot from inside the right gate to attempt a goal.
- Then, the player should return to the end of the line while the next player begins the drill.
- Once all of the players have run through the drill, they should switch sides and start over. This means that the first player would start with the soccer ball on the right side of the initial cone, run to the next cone, cut around the cone to the left, and then shoot the ball at the goal from inside the left gate.
- Then, the player should run back to the end of the line while the next player begins.
- After all players have finished, the soccer drill then resets and starts over again.
This dribbling and shooting drill is one of the best soccer drills for kids in U10 soccer up to high school soccer. This soccer drill helps players feel more comfortable behind a soccer ball while dribbling and shooting at the net. It can be used by beginners and more intermediate soccer players. The shooting part of this drill will help improve players on how to kick a soccer ball with accuracy and how to score a goal. By running through this drill, your soccer team will become better prepared for their next soccer games both on offense and defense.