How to Easily Teach Soccer Players to be Fantastic at Dribbling
Video of a 9 Year Old Rec Soccer Player Dribbling through 6 Defenders
She learned by playing Dribble Across a Square for 3 seasons

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Hi, This is David at SoccerHelp.I get lots of letters from soccer coaches about how much the Dribble Across a Square soccer drill improves their player's dribbling. Below is such a letter. It is from an excellent coach who has given me several great ideas. You can see a video of his 9 year old daughter dribbling effortlessly through 6 defenders at The Dribble Across a Square game teaches many important soccer skills including � dribbling while looking up (you never have to say �Look up� � the game is the teacher and players learn by playing the game), dribbling and shielding the ball in traffic, how to recognize open space and accelerate into it (which teaches how to �breakaway�), composure under pressure and when in chaotic conditions, field vision, instintive reactions and peripheral vision. If you haven't checked it out, click the link above or below.

This is a free game so you can see the benefits of the SoccerHelp Practice Games. As you know, our soccer drills are games that involve pressure and competion � they teach players how to play fast while under pressure. Players will play as they practice. Why train your players to play slow without pressure? Real games involve pressure and players must play fast. If your players don't train fast while under pressure, they won't be able to play fast while under pressure.

Watch the video at This is a real video taken during a rec soccer game. She had never played travel when it was taken, and her coach was her Dad, a Premium member who didn't play soccer. She learned to dribble this way by playing the Dribble Across a Square game for 3 seasons � note that the video was shot in October 2010. I didn't ask Troy to write this letter or to post the video. Watch his daughter's composure in traffic and her ability to split defenders and find lanes, how she instinctively shields the ball while in traffic, how she accelrates with the ball when she sees open space, and her instinctive reactions. If you play the Dribble Across a Sqaure game you will see results within 2 practices and within 2 seasons some of your players will be doing amazing things. Learning to dribble a soccer ball is like learning a foreign language � the earlier you learn it, the better. There are many other SoccerHelp games that can also make a big difference for your players.

The Dribble Across a Square game is self-teaching. Players learn by playing the game. It is also an EXCELLENT warm-up, easy to set up (you only need 4 cones or strips of cloth), you don't need any assistants, and any number of players can play it (odd numbers are okay). Check out this free version Dribble Across a Square soccer drill.

David at SoccerHelp

===== Troy's Letter is Below ====

Hi SoccerHelp,

The more I watch my 9 year old daughter play, the more I'm convinced the Dribble Across a Square game has really helped her play well. She is consistently finding the lane and squeezing out of tight spots to get into the open.

I need to constantly remember that no matter what drill I do, this one drill is by far the most important.

She has been in the Soccer help program since I started coaching.

Coach Troy

Watch a Video of a young player who has played the Dribble Across a Square soccer drill that is a game for 3 seasons dribble through 6 defenders -

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