Dribbling and Passing Warmup Diagram

Dribbling and Passing Warmup

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  1. P1 dribbles to the cone at pass.
  2. P1 turn at he cone, plays a pass to P2 in their line.
  3. P2 sends a lofted ball to P3 on two touches.
  4. P3 controls the aerial pass, becomes P1. The dribbling and passing warmup sequence continues.

Reverse Direction

Coaching Points: Dribbling and Passing Warmup

  1. Short, quick touches on the dribble.
  2. Have them work on turning inside and outside the foot.
  3. Get low on the turn.
  4. Ball striking technique on the pass (part of foot and ball, toes curls, ankles locked, follow through).
  5. Receiving technique (first touch, keep the ball moving, foot down, body shape).
  6. Communication (eye contact, gestures and vocals).

Check out this “Passing and Receiving Warmup”.

Relevant Age Groups:

  • U9, U-9, Under 9, 9 and Under
  • U10, U-10, Under 10, 10 and Under
  • U11, U-11, Under 11, 11 and Under
  • U12, U-12, Under 12, 12 and Under
  • U13, U-13, Under 13, 13 and Under
  • U14, U-14, Under 14, 14 and Under
  • U15, U-15, Under 15, 15 and Under
  • U16, U-16, Under 16, 16 and Under
  • U17, U18, U21 and Older

Coaching Equipment:

  • 60 Cones
  • Coordination Tools – Hoops, Hurdles, Ladders
  • Tactical Board
  • Poles (Optional), Training Mannequins (Optional)
  • A Ball per Player
  • 3 Colours of bibs
  • A Watch
  • A Pump
  • Air Pressure Gauge
  • A Whistle (windy day).

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