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  1. Make soccer training even more fun
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Make soccer training even more fun

Every coach will be delighted with this two-part series, each containing 20 fun-filled practice games. Every young soccer player will enjoy these games while they learn and improve the basic soccer skills of dribbling, tackling, shooting, heading, ball control, defending, goalkeeping and more! (55 min. each)

Disc 1- ages 5 to 9

Space Invaders

Ghost Blasters

Counting For Points

Secret Number

Freeway

Tunnel Passing

Anatomy Dribbling

Speed Passing

Atomic Tackling

Cone Toss

Coach Keep Away

Drag Race

Kill The Cone

Sharks

Firing Squad

Relays

Go For Goal

Team Shooting

Planet Game

Beat The Keeper

Disc 2- ages 10 and older

Top Gun

Musical Squares

Destruction Dribbling

Switcheroo

Penalty Box Soccer

Team Volleys

World Cup

Cross Toss

STB Shooting

Head-Catch

Outer Space

Head Juggling

Keep Away

4v4 plus 4

Paired Heading

Dodge Ball

Transition

Cocacabana

3 In A Corner

Heading Wars


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