Soccer Winning Restrictions Training Drill

Winning Restrictions

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More importantly regarding playing soccer is performing it effectively and consequently succeeding, particularly when it’s virtually to the level of humiliating the opponent with your soccer technique and natural talent. No matter if it’s setting up a wonderful pass, scoring an unbelievable goal, dribbling around somebody with comfort – leaving your opponent at a halt, they are virtually all terrific accomplishments which encourage a great amount of deserved and needed pleasure. Therefore let us learn to play the fantastic game of soccer.

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Basic Information

Age Group: (5-7yrs) (8-11yrs) (12-15yrs) (16-Adult)
Number of Players: 10+
Difficulty: Medium
Time: 15-25 min.
Emphasis: Dribbling, Attacking, Defending

Field Preparation:

  • 2 teams
  • grid (40yds x 50yds)
  • cones to mark off area
  • 4 cone goals (3-5yds)
  • 2 goals with goalies
  • pinnies


  • each team defends and attacks goal with goalie
  • losing team has also the option to score on cone goals by dribbling through


  • minimum of 3 touches for winning team
  • no forward passes allowed for winning team
  • winning team plays with one (two) man down until opposing team scores the equalizer
  • adjust spacing depending on the age and ability of the group if necessary

Coaching Points:


  • set up defender
  • change of speed & direction
  • protect the ball
  • vision
  • close control
  • supporting angle and distance to ball
  • create space for others
  • attack space behind defense


  • angle and distance of cover
  • change role of pressure and cover
  • visual and verbal communication
  • control and restraint
  • delay and channel

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