Tips for shooting practice organization, structure, and methodology
- Make sure you have plenty of balls on hand. There should be at least one ball per player.
- Form small groups for plenty of repetitions and to avoid long waits.
- Portable goals are very helpful.
- Shooting practice does not have to be skipped if no goalkeeper is available. Field players can alternate as goalkeepers.
- Handball or mini goals, or marking cones may also be used.
- Have plenty of multi-colored pinnies on hand for practice drills.
- Always have enough extra balls in the goal for practice drills.
- Regularly switch wall players and neutrals.
Level 3: Double/Multiple Action
In the third level players learn …
- to shoot a series of ball (different directions and techniques).
- to adapt constantly to the ball’s coming from different directions.
Level 4: Complex Drills
In level 4 the player shoot at goal after a passing combination. The player have to concentrate on running and passing lanes. The main point is that the players have to shoot at goal while moving.
More Information: German Training Concepts