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- To score by kicking the soccer ball past the goalie and into the goal.
- Two soccer balls at each goal
- Two teams are placed at each goal area.
- One team stands behind the goal with one member becoming the goalie.
- The other team stands about 20 yards in front of the goal and has one member attempting to score on the goalie from designated locations on the field.
- Team members rotate until every person has a turn and then the teams switch positions.
- Successful goals determine the team scores.
- Have two players on defense (goalie and fullback) and two on offense.
- Change the distance and angle of the shots.
- To kick or throw the ball into the opponent's goal.
- Soccer ball
- Material to tie legs together
- Each player ties one leg to the leg of a teammate.
- The game begins with the ball on the ground.
- The ball can be caught only after it is kicked in the air.
- Only one hand can be used to catch and throw the ball.
- No goalie is permitted and goals must be scored from a distance of at least ten yards from the goal.
- Use two goals at each end of the field. This will increase the action.
- Play the game without using hands.
- Use two or more balls.
- To keep the ball away from the opposing team using soccer skills.
- Soccer ball for each group of five players
- Three players attempt to keep the ball away from two players by dribbling and passing in a defined area.
- Players change positions when a ball is intercepted or stolen on a dribble.
- Vary the number of players on offense and defense.
- To have every player kick the ball before the team can score a goal.
- Soccer ball for each team
- Have players assume positions in their playing zones.
- There are no defensive players.
- The goalie throws or kicks the ball to a teammate.
- Every player must kick the ball before a goal can be scored.
- Make the game competitive by timing how long it takes to score a goal. Rotate a new team on the field as soon as one team scores.
- Require a certain type of kick or position on the field in order for a goal to count.
- Decrease the size of the field.
- To practice soccer skills using balloons.
- Heavy duty round balloons
- Balloons can be effective teaching aids when teaching lead-up skills.
- They add sparkle to classes practicing ball-skill fundamentals.
- Soccer kicks such as the instep, side of the foot, and volley can all be practiced with a balloon.
- The thigh, instep, and chest traps also lend themselves to balloon usage.
- Throw-ins can also be practiced by painting lines on the balloons to check for spin.
- Practice ball skills for other sports also; volleyball, basketball, football, etc.
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