Friday, 06 July 2012 02:30

How to Be a Soccer Coach for Kids

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Let the kids have fun. You can't put them down, even if they're not the brightest, you still can't! It will show you're a bad coach and parents will make the children leave the team.

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First things first, run little drills but don't kill the children by making it too hard.Like wide cone-weaves and just dribbling down the field. But kids love to compete whether they win or lose, so do little relay races at the end for rewards.

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Cover the following:

  • Pass with the inside or outside of your foot
  • Shoot with the laces not the toes. (this is very important for the next few years)
  • Stop the ball with the bottom or side of your foot.
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Make sure you're an encouraging 1st coach. You lead children onto the next league and age group, so be the best coach you can be!

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