Our free "No Lines" soccer drills for beginners are games that teach the most important soccer skills, which are dribbling and how to kick a soccer ball while running. Our soccer drills for beginners are fun and self-teaching, which means your players will learn skills by playing the games. They are MUCH better than line drills. Try them and you will see for yourself.
Our soccer drills for beginners don't have lines, so your players will NOT stand in line. Our drills keep players active and involved - NO LINES. Lines are boring and waste a lot of time. Line drills are not a good way to teach young soccer players.
Beginning soccer players learn much faster using our drills because in practice they get many more touches on the ball. The reason is because in most of our drills every player has a ball. You can see 3 great examples in the videos that are at the links below: Try our soccer drills for beginners and you will see the difference.
- For U6 Players Watch the Hit the Coach Drill that is a Practice Game Video
- For U8 & Older - The Best Soccer Drill toTeach Dribbling to Beginners - Dribble Across Square Video Preview
- For U8 & Older - Dribble Around Cone & Pass Relay Race Video
As you will see in the videos, our soccer drills for beginners teach dribbling by having players dribble the ball in traffic, NOT thru cones. In real soccer games, players are dribbling through and around other players, NOT thru cones. The Hit the Coach soccer drill teaches beginners to dribble and kick the ball while looking up. The Dribble Around Cone & Pass Relay Race drill teaches players to dribble and kick the ball while looking up AND to be Aggressive Receivers, and much more. The Dribble Across a Square soccer drill teaches beginners to dribble while looking up and composure in traffic.
You can see more of our soccer drills for beginners by clicking the link below.
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