The following soccer passing drill is challenging for your players. Demanded is a passing and running speed as fast as possible. In case of a 2-touch play, the ball-away foot receives the ball and the other one passes the ball. In case of a demanded one-touch play, always pass the ball to the dummy-away (thus, opponent-away) foot.
A starts with an initial dribbling and passes the ball into the path of B. A starts a run to the front dummy, receives the ball in a closed position and passes the ball within 2 touches to C at the starting point. C passes the ball using one-touch to B, who opens behind the left dummy. He forwards the ball directly to A, who is situated at the right dummy. A delays and passes within the second touch to B at the back dummy, who plays off the dummy with a give-and-go combination with A. The ball is played to D and the com-bination starts from the other side. A and B get behind D and E. C returns to his starting position.
Passing Drill Variation 1
In this variation, A starts an initial dribbling and passes the ball sharply past the dummy to B at the left dummy. B forwards the ball directly to C, who opens up. C plays directly into the path of A at the front dummy. A passes the ball within 2 touches to B at the back dummy. B passes directly using the left foot to A next to the right dummy, who forwards the ball into the deep. The com-bination is performed from the other side and A as well as B position them-selves behind D and E respectively at their side. C returns to his starting position.
Soccer Passing Drill Variation 2
In the second variation, A starts an initial dribbling and passes to B, who is open behind the front dummy. B forwards the ball directly (left foot) into the path of A in front of the right dummy. E provides a passing option in front of the back dummy and is directly passed to from A. E passes one-touch to B at the left dummy. B plays directly into the back of E to the starting A. A passes the ball to D. The combination is performed from the other side and A as well as B get behind D and E.