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How To Improve Your Soccer Skills


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How To Improve Your Soccer Skills

Author : Robbie Fredric

Submitted : 2014-01-04 22:50:54    Word Count : 556    Popularity:   Not Rated

Tags:   soccer skills, soccer drills, soccer training, soccer drills for kids, coaching soccer drills, soccer drills for coaches, football skills, football drills

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Whether you want to become a professional soccer player, or simply want to be able to hold your own at the sport you love, improving your skills at soccer is no easy task. Here are five ways you can improve your soccer skills significantly.

Work on Juggling the Ball

Obviously, juggling a soccer ball has no place in a soccer game, so you may be wondering how it could help you improve your soccer skills. As a simple and basic skill, learning to juggle a soccer ball well will help lay down a solid foundation.

Juggling will help you improve both your skill and your coordination with the ball. It will also help you become more familiar with the soccer ball, so you won't panic when it's in your possession.

Get Familiar with Different Balls

When it comes to competitions and games, typically one has no control over the size of a soccer ball or what type of ball will be used. Therefore, you should get yourself familiar with both smaller and bigger balls.

Practicing with a tennis ball or mini-ball will help you become familiar with smaller balls. Not only will it familiarize you with smaller balls, but it will also help you develop or improve a much finer level of skill. You won't regret practicing with smaller balls if you end up ever having to play with a match ball.

Work on the Weaker Foot

Most soccer players have a weaker foot. However, players who are able to use both of their feet effectively while playing soccer are really high in demand, yet rare.

In order to improve your skill as a soccer player, you should work on your weaker foot until it's equal, or almost equal, to your dominant foot. Use your weaker foot to make goals. Ensure that you practice with different sized balls and different distances.

Work on a Few Tricks

While skill is definitely required to win soccer games, tricks definitely have a place as well when it comes to victory. However, during a game when one is concentrating on the ball, their teammates, and the opposing team, it is difficult to both come up with and effectively employ a trick.

Therefore, you should pick two or three tricks and work on them constantly until you are able to do them without even thinking during a game. Some techniques that you can learn are the step-over, the shoulder drop, and the nutmeg. You can also go on YouTube to look up Brazilian soccer tricks.


Almost certainly you've heard of the old adage, "Practice makes perfect." While you can be good at soccer with talent alone, it's impossible to be great without practice. It's best to practice regularly, at least multiple times a week, but ideally everyday. Remember that doing little practice on a constant basis is better than infrequently doing tons of practice all at once.

Unfortunately, practicing by one's self typically gets boring and tedious after a while. Therefore, consider joining a local soccer team if you haven't already. Chances are, playing in a team will make practice fun for you, and you'll form new relationship as well.

As you can see, there are many ways you can improve your skills at soccer, no matter what level of proficiency you are at. Just follow the tips listed above and you'll see your skills grow in no time.

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