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Beginner Passing Drill
Overview:

This passing exercise is based around learning the fundamental techniques required to pass and receive the ball effectively. The number of players and balls can be adapted easily to suit your needs. Players start with 1 or 2 football between a group of 5, simply passing to each other with the aim of keeping the ball moving all the time. Once players have passed the ball, they should look to create an angle to receive another ball from their team mate. Encourage players to use the whole area by spreading out to mix their distance of passes and use all the space.

 

Watch the Full Video with Progressions, Read the Write Up & Download PDF here: https://www.footballdna.co.uk/sessions/beginner-passing-drill/

Intermediate Passing Drill
Overview:

This passing drill focuses on the ability to move the ball quickly with the introduction of combination play as the drill progresses. Players start in groups of 3 with 2 players stationed on a cone on the outside square and 1 starting on the cone on the inside square. 2 balls start diagonally opposite on the outside. The first pass is into the middle with the next player passing short to the next player and then to the outside player who takes a good first touch and plays a longer pass to the next group ahead with players following their pass.

Watch the Full Video with Progressions, Read the Write Up & Download PDF here: https://www.footballdna.co.uk/sessions/intermediate-passing-drill/

Advanced Passing Drill
Overview:

For the more advanced level of player with 7 passes to complete a round with two groups of players performing the same move at opposite ends. The pattern starts at the top with each group mirroring each other. On the last pass the players takes a good first touch, dribbles & then passes to the opposite group following their pass.

Watch the Full Video with Progressions, Read the Write Up & Download PDF here: https://www.footballdna.co.uk/sessions/advanced-passing-drill/