Believe it or not, some creative minds have thought about making soccer indoors so that whenever it can’t be played outside due to some factors, you can still enjoy playing the game on a smaller area indoors. Since skills are essential even when a sport is played inside, there are drills that you need to follow so that you can improve your skills in inner soccer like dribbling the ball, goalkeeping, and even passing the ball on a short distance. According to indoorsoccershoesonline.com, the drills on indoor soccer focuses mainly on dribbling since space is not that big that would require a lot of energy. We all know that a good player is not just melded overnight because their skills are built for years that require strenuous trainings every day.
Example of Dribbling Drills
One of the drills in order to enhance dribbling skill is the Beehive. In this drill, you need to mark a square that has a distance of 1 yard per player. Each player inside the court will have their own ball and start at a random point inside the square. When the coach whistled as a gesture to start the drill, the players will start dribbling the ball around the square using a proper dribbling technique for inside and outside foot dribbling. The main goal of this practice is to avoid the other players and control their ball as much as they can inside the square.
If the players are already adapted with the square they are in, the coach can slowly decrease the area of the square so that they would have more control over their dribbling.
Another method is called the King of the Hill. It is done in a 20-yard square area where one player who has no ball would be it and would kick the balls out of the grid while others are dribbling.