The Octopus Race is a coordination training exercise for young soccer players
This training exercise is not only suitable for the U5 to U10 age groups – it can also be used for older players or even seniors, for fun at least.
The Professional Soccer Player – a soccer training exercise for kids
Several traffic-cone goals are set up in a row on the practice pitch. The kids shoot balls through the goals simultaneously. Climbing up the ladder of success.
Playing catch is very popular, especially during kids' soccer training
Looking for an exciting game of catch that you can use for kids' training sessions? Look no further. There is also a fantasy story to motivate the kids.
Kids' soccer training exercise to improve dribbling and orientation skills
An exciting and motivating exercise for kids. The rules of Nosoccer City are quickly explained by means of a short story. Only suitable for larger groups.
Soccer training exercise to teach kids how to pass the ball
The kids must be divided into at least two groups. Each group stands in a circle and is given a ball. Each hot potato will be passed as fast as possible.
Kids' training to improve movement coordination under time pressure
Kids love things they already know, which is why we use this game to combine coordinated movement with dribbling and goal-shooting. A -Have a go- exercise!
Jungle Monkeys is a goal-shooting parkour for kids' soccer
The picture shows you our sample parkour, which includes exercises such as climbing, running and jumping before shooting at the goal. Kids like this game!
Competitive U7 and U8 speed dribbling on the motorway
Do your soccer protégés have problems with speed dribbling? A competition takes place on a straight stretch of this motorway. Teach kids how to dribble at speed
Kids' soccer parkour with diploma
This soccer training is twice as much fun. The kids don't just do the exercise; they also get a diploma, which you can simply print out as a PDF.
Kids' soccer and the fear of one against one in a duel
This training exercise includes competition. Designed to solve the fear of one-to-one encounters in a playful manner. Give kids the self-confidence they need.
This training exercise combines dribbling with communication
Do your U9 kids have communication problems? This competition is a playful way to teach them how to communicate. The game-cards are numbered from 1 to 10.
Coordination with a ball in the centre circle as a kids' soccer competition
Finally, we adults can understand the fantasy world of our kids. Trying to find a parking space is stressy, but in the coordination exercise, it's a lot of fun.
Using the Cuckoo's Nest exercise to teach kids how to dribble
Like to show your kids' soccer team how to dribble with a lot of fun? Take a look at this exercise, which is tried and tested and great fun for kids.
Learning goals of this exercise are coordination and communication
Half of the kids dribble a ball while moving freely over the practice pitch. The fun starts when a kid with a ball meets one without a ball.
Ball coordination training sessions with throwing, catching, shooting
If you, as a trainer, can imagine that balls are shooting stars, then you've come to the right place. Kids can do this, launching shooting stars into the air.
Teaching kids simple goal-shooting techniques
Want to teach shooting techniques? In this game, the ball isn't rolling when the kids try to score a goal, which makes the process easier, but still difficult enough.