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6 Soccer Dribbling Drills for Field Domination

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Dribbling, along with feinting, is a movement of the players related to deception. Dribbling and feinting are the hardest parts of the soccer game, because not often you can lead, pass and receive the ball with no disturbance.

Dribbling is a sudden change in direction of the player with the ball to confuse the opponent, it is usually achieved with leading the ball, ie. the player moves with the ball or makes a move with the ball in one direction, which causes parry opponents. To achieve this, the opponent shall switch the focus of the body to one side, whereupon the direction of movement with the ball is changed to opposite direction.

Feinting is an apparent movement of the player he uses to conceal his intentions in front of the opponent. Feinting is widely used in every game when receiving, passing and leading the ball, before dribbling, before stealing the ball and before exposure of the players.

Therefore, in this article we will show you which soccer dribbling drills are the most important.

Soccer dribbling drills – Analysis

Dribbling with the inside of the foot

Description:

Dribbling precedes leading the ball toward the opponent. At an optimal distance, the dribbler, who leads the ball, turns aside and distracts the opponent. At the moment when the opponent transfers the weight of the body on the outer of the leg to steal the ball, the dribbler suddenly changes the direction of movement in the opposite direction. The inside of the outer food passes the ball diagonally to the other side, towards the supporting leg, receives the ball and passes the opponent. With the change of direction, the rhythm of movement shall be changed too.

Pre-exercises:

  • Leading the ball zigzag, with directional changes and passing the ball with the inner or outer side of the foot.
  • Wringing the ball with the inner or outer side of the foot left – right (with an emphasis on the proper functioning of the lower leg).

 

Dribbling with the outter of the foot

Description:

Dribbling precedes leading the ball toward the opponent. At an optimal distance, the dribbler, who leads the ball, turns aside and distracts the opponent. At the moment when the opponent transfers the weight of the body on the outer leg, the player with the ball makes a side-step with the outer foot and suddenly changes the direction of movement with the inner leg and the outer side of the foot. At the same time, the ball impetuously turns sidelong, the player receives the ball and passes the opponent. In this dribbling we put an emphasis on the change of the rhythm of movement.

Pre-exercises

  • The same as in the previous exercise.

Dribbling with the sole and the heel backward

Description:

Dribbling with the sole and the heel backwards applies when the player with the ball and the opponent are running parallel to one another.  The dribbling starts from the fast ball leading. At a certain point the player suddenly changes direction of the ball movement using the sole or the heel in the opposite direction. In doing so, the weight of the body remains at the supporting leg. The sudden change in direction of movement and direction of the ball allow the players to liberate themselves from the opponents.

Pre-exercises:

  • Leading the ball and retreat it using the sole or heel, turn of 180 degrees.
  • Leading the ball and quickly retreat it using the sole (strong rhythm changes).
  • The same exercise, but now on the coach signals.

Dribbling with passing the opponents

Description:

It is performed when the opponent is in front of the player with the ball. When the opponent is near, the player pushes the ball past him (or between his legs) and quickly runs to the other side.

Deception – “fake kick”

Description:

The player performs a fake kick to one side (kick above or beside the ball). In doing so, the slope of the body is in the direction of the swing too. After the fake kick, the body quickly turns to the other side, and the ball is pulled in different direction using the outside of the foot of the legs which kicks, or with the inside of the foot of the other leg.

Pre-exercises:

  • The ball is stationary. The player kicks above or past the ball to one side by spot, than pulls the ball to the other side with the outer part of the foot of the leg that kicks (or inner part of the back of the foot of the other leg).
  • The same exercise with the fact that now the fake kick is made by running in with the ball.

Dribbling ‘bycicle’

  • Description:
  • This dribbling was named after the body movement where from one side the slope of the body switches to another side, with the ball between his feet. In fact it is a combination of false maneuvering with the outer side of the foot of one leg and maneuvering with the outer of the foot of the other leg. Dribbling is done when the ball either slightly moves forward or when idles. The player performs a fake fast dribbling to one side (the leg exceeds the foot across and in front of the ball). This movement shall throw opponents off balance. Therefore, there is a change in the inclination of the body to the other side and a dribbling with the outer side of the foot of the other leg.

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