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Is Soccer Your Goal? You Need To Read This


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By : Minda Arteaga   99 or more times read
Submitted 2018-09-07 18:47:02

Soccer is one of the most beloved sports in the world. Hundreds of millions of people enjoy watching and playing this game. The more you know about soccer, the more you will get out of it. If you want to be able to play like the pros, use the following tips.

In order to become a good soccer player, you need to learn how to dribble. To properly dribble, keep your head down so you can see what you are doing, but still keep an eye on your opponent. Also, keep the ball near your feet at all times. Do this by using the outside and inside of your foot to carry the ball.

Never pass up the opportunity to practice. Take your ball with you everywhere you go, and do a drill or two whenever you have free time. In addition, you can dribble the ball anytime you are walking.

If you are trying to shield the ball in the game, and you notice open space, do not be afraid to move toward it. Push the ball with the inside of your food. Doing so will allow for the most control. As you get better, you will find that you can cut back and forth with the ball, switching from the inside to the outside of your foot.

You can usually make a defender freeze for a few seconds by faking a shot. If you see a defender closing in on you, posture yourself as if you were about to kick the ball and make a long pass. The defender should stop and anticipate the pass you are faking.

If the defenders seem to be closing in on you, kick the ball to an unguarded player. There will always be a few free seconds before the opposing defenders can cross the field.

Before each soccer match, make sure you take the time to do some pregame warm-ups and stretching. By following this pregame ritual, you will decrease your chances of sustaining a connective tissue injury. By providing additional blood flow to your muscles, tendons and ligaments, warm-ups and stretching increases your body's flexibility. Your lower body should be the focus of your stretching exercises.

If you love playing soccer but miss it during the off-season, you might like joining an indoor soccer team. Indoor soccer is played on a smaller field in an arena type setting and with less players. The indoor field allows games to be played despite whatever the weather might be.

Play indoor soccer sometimes instead of outdoor soccer. By playing indoors, you will be playing in a smaller field. It can help you work on making decisions faster and better ball handling. When spring comes, you'll be ready to take the field outdoors.

Practice like it is an actual game. You cannot learn to shoot under pressure if you always practice casually. To help improve your chances of success during an actual game, gather a group of friends together and practice like it is a real game. Call the same plays as you would in an actual game and try as hard as you would in an actual game.

Understand that improving your soccer skills will take time and hard work. You will not significantly improve your skills in a week or two. The best soccer players understand that they must continue to practice for weeks and months before any large improvements arise. However, with enough persistence, you will get better.

If you want to receive a pass in soccer, go to an open spot of the field. You should be constantly on the move, even when you don't have the ball. This gives you an opportunity to find a spot where you can receive a a strategic pass, and possibly a shot on goal.

Anticipation is key when you are on the field with the ball coming your way. It is also very important when you are defending as a goalie. If you are able to anticipate better an opponent's move, then you will have a much better chance of stopping your opponent. Knowing your offense will help you anticipate your defense.

Whether you are a serious soccer player, or you just like a pickup game on the weekends, the advice you have just read can help you improve your game. Before long, you will notice a marked improvement in your skills. Put these tips to work so that you can become a better player.


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