It is essential that even while at home, we stay active and show our love for the great game. These videos and other resources that you can perform in your very back yard and even some in the house with your parent’s permission of course.
If you do not have a ball or cone at home please contact us about our rent a ball program.
Practices at this level should focus on the ABC’s- agility, balance and coordination. These videos and resources posted below will feature a variety of ways to stay active while learning important techniques. Bring soccer into your back yard or even your house, with your parent’s permission of course and stay tuned for new videos weekly!
Juggling the ball helps improve foot-eye coordination. We recommend this drill as it encourages a bounce in between touches while players are just starting to hone in on their footwork.
We encourage passing and receiving of the ball at home. A solid wall will make a great partner, but pairing with parents, siblings and friends make for a great time as well.
Dribbling requires players to have great control over the ball at all times and foot work drills like the one shown above can help players develope a feel for the ball.
These at home training sessions can be done in a small space! Follow along with the coach and other players as they walk through various skills and exercises. There are 60 days worth of at home skills!