Welcome to Soccer Blade’s hub of soccer drills. Where there’s a drill for every player and team, with over 120 free soccer drills in our collection, there’s something for you.

We’ve categorized the soccer drills for you to find your specific skill requirement. Whether you’re a beginner at the youth level, school, or an adult, you can do great training sessions with your team or at home.

The drills are laid out with clear instructions and images for you to replicate them easily. Each soccer drill has the following;

  1. Description
  2. Time
  3. Number of Players
  4. Skills To Learn
  5. Equipment
  6. Set-up
  7. Instructions
  8. Variations

These drills are all for free for you to enjoy!

Some soccer drills have been added to multiple sections because they cover many skill sets.


  • 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
  • Middle School
  • High School
  • College


  • Free Kicks
  • Corners
  • Positioning
  • Spacing
  • Lines
  • Agility
  • Endurance


  • Indoor
  • Outdoor
  • With Balls
  • Without Balls
  • Cones


  • Dribbling
  • Finishing
  • Passing
  • Tackling
  • Speed
  • Control
  • Agility


  • Movement
  • Runs
  • Possession
  • Give and Go


  • Groups With 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 Players
  • Fun
  • Mini
  • Beginners


  • Goalies
  • Defenders
  • Midfielders
  • Attackers
  • In-game

Soccer Training Gear

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Soccer Drills FAQs

What are some soccer drills?

Some soccer drills are; passing, shooting, mini-games, dribbling, and tackling.

What are some soccer drills for beginners?

For beginners, it’s best to work on passing and control drills – they are the essential skills in the game.

What training drills should You do for soccer?

For defenders, work on your tackling and power. Midfielders need a mix of defending and attacking, and strikers must work on speed and finishing.

How can I improve my soccer drills?

Follow our soccer drills here step by step, and use the variations to up your level. Set targets with several touches before a move, set a timer, challenge yourself against tough opponents, and practice 3+ times a week.