3 Soccer Drills In The Passing-Triangle

Today we would like to share 3 soccer drills in the passing-triangle. The passing-triangle is an exercise without opponents. A general disadvantage of this kind of exercise is the missing competitive pressure resulting in a decrease of intensity and motivation of the players – leading to bad pass quality. At this point, the coaching of the trainer comes into focus. He must have the ability to demand missing intensity and lead by example with his coaching.

Going along with this, he could for example verbally accompany every pass. Therefore, the coach only demands what he himself sets an example of – every pass is important and can be deciding!

All soccer drills presented are from Steven Tureks eBook “German Training Concepts – 23 Drills in the Passing Triangle“.

Passing-Triangle: 3 Players – Level 1

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ORGANIZATION & COACHING: A starts an initial dribbling. B releases into the back of the dummy and is passed into his forerun. B receives the ball with his right foot and forwards the ball with his left foot. C released with the receiving of B behind the dummy and is played into his forerun (right foot). C receives the ball and dribbles back to the starting point.
POSITION CHANGE: A changes to the position of B. B takes over the position of C. C dribbles to A.

Passing-Triangle: 3 Players – Level 2

passingtriangle2Organization & Coaching: A starts an initial dribbling. B releases into the back of the dummy and is passed into his forerun. B receives the ball with his right foot and plays 1 v 1 against the dummy. C released with the dribbling of B behind the dummy and is played into his forerun (right foot). C receives the ball and dribbles back to the starting point.

Position Change: A changes to the position of B. B takes over the position of C. C dribbles to A.

Passing-Triangle: 3 Players – Level 3

passingtriangle3Organization & Coaching: A starts an initial dribbling. B releases into the back of the dummy and is passed into his feet. B receives the ball against his realizing-move in front of the dummy. C released with the dribbling of B behind the dummy and is played into his forerun (right foot). C receives the ball and dribbles back to the starting point.

Position Change: A changes to the position of B. B takes over the position of C. C dribbles to A.

More soccer drills for effective passing

32 Drills in the Passing DiamondAll soccer drills presented are from Steven Tureks eBook “German Training Concepts – 23 Drills in the Passing Triangle“. To get more information, variations, coching points and further drills, check out the complete book in our webshop!
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