Soccer Skills:

Soccer Shooting

The crowd goes crazy, players erupt in tears, parents hug in jubilation and coaches shake their heads in approval. After all, it’s literally the goal of the game: shooting and scoring. It’s sizing up the goalie, picking your place and driving the ball to the back of the net. Taking a shot is the culmination of all the dribbling, trapping, passing, defending to create that millisecond of opportunity to put one on the frame. As a youth soccer coach, it’s a blessing to have a lethal scorer who has the grace, composure and confidence to win the game when the opportunity arises. But, we caution: be sure to celebrate all the wonderful plays that led to the build-up of that goal. We’re review the many ways to improve your team’s shooting and confidence in the offensive third of the field.

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Rossi’s Challenge

Rossi's Challenge is a fun finishing drill that I grew up playing with my club team Leeds United.  The game was named after our coach Gary Ross.   Combine your first power shot and place your second shot in the back to the net to challenge the opposing team!

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Shooting Gallery

Passing and shooting are inherently similar; a shot is simply a pass to the goal. The Shooting Gallery begins players thinking about passing and shooting at a target. The competitive nature of the game makes it a game kids love.

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