Welcome to the Rudi Latka's Soccer School. In this film top manager Rudi Latka shows you some how to intimidate the opposition! Rudi isn't big on playing fair and has some tips to help you cheat your opponents. We don't know who he actually managed but after the producer had a visit from the Russian mafia in a sushi bar he said we had to make the films. Intimidate the opposition.
In this how to video, you will learn how to curve a soccer ball. First, you will need to know how to shoot a ball. To shoot, line up striaght with the ball and keep your knee over it. Strike it with your toe pointed down and on the center of the ball. To curve the ball, line up with the side of the ball. Kick the ball so that the inside of the foot hits the ball on the side. When you follow through your kicking foot, your arm should swing across your body. This causes the ball to spin which m...
This video instructs the viewer on how to do a powerful Driven Free kick for soccer. First, you will need to come on to the ball and strike it with your in-step. Your in step is the inner part of your foot that is right next to the laces. The most important tip is that when you do strike the ball, come through the ball and not around it! Finish with a hop at the end which will create more power! You'll want to kick the ball just under the center for proper height and maximum power. Kick the b...
This is not charm school. Far from trying to maintain perfect posture, the man in this video is training his ability to balance things on his head for the love of sport, the sport of freestyle soccer. Here, you will learn how you to can pull of the iconic Head Stall freestyle soccer move, in which the ball in balanced on the player's head for as long as possible.
Are your legs starting to get tired from standing up while you practice your freestyle soccer tricks all day? Here's some good new: there are tons of freestyle soccer moves that can be performed from the seated position. If you can already juggle while sitting, you're ready to learn this trick, a seated crossover.
Just like late-night bar hookups, a wingman in soccer is indispensible for scoring a win. Robert Pires, a midfielder who has won the FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Championship with France, demonstrates in this video how to be a good winger.
Learn freestyle football with Mariusz Chorazy, also known as freestyle soccer. Freestyle football is the art of juggling a football (aka soccer ball) using multiple body parts while performing skillful moves at the same time (and never dropping the ball of course). Freestyle football consists of dribbling moves, fakes and tricks. Master your freestyle football moves with these instructional tutorials. This video demonstrates: Knee Crossover.
Leg or heel catches are a great place for those new to the exciting world of freestyle soccer to start, as it isn't TOO challenging. All you have to do is flick the ball up and behind you and catch it against your heel in the crook of your bent leg. The video will show you everything you need to know and offers great tips on proper execution.
The UK's best-selling football magazine has teamed up with The FA to improve your game! This how-to video shows how to do the twist and turn move! Watch this video soccer tutorial and learn how to practice this running soccer move.
Learn how to do this crossover drill and explode into a sprint, improving your balance and multi-directional movement skills for soccer.
Learn these simple warm-up and ball handling drills to become the best soccer player there ever was.
Ronaldinho's combination of speed and deceptive footwork have made him a football legend, and his heel toe fake pass is a great way to misdirect defenders. Watch this video for step-by-step instructions on how to warm up for the trick and then how to actually do it.
In this tutorial, we learn how to juggle a soccer ball step by step. First, drop the ball from waist level and kick it back up so you can catch it. This will give you a better feel for the ball. Next, do the same thing but this time kick the ball twice before catching it. After this, as you get a better feel for the ball, kick it more and more before you catch it. Now, add another juggle and do this with your other foot. Keep adding more juggles in as you get better with the soccer ball. Have...
In the 1970s, Dutch legend Johan Cruyff invented a soccer trick called the Cruyuff turn, which tricks the defender into thinking you're about to pass or cross the ball. Instead of doing either, you drag the ball behind you to keep dribbling towards your destination. Successful football skills are all about how you can trick your opponent with footwork and body gestures, so get moving with this effective soccer trick!
Bounce back to full fitness in time for the new season with "Rebound", the latest Bootcamp drill of the week. This one's all about control. Twist and turn with the ball glued to your toe, then knock an inch-perfect pass and accelerate as you receive it back. Constant movement and constant control - two ingredients for next season's complete footballer. Nike bootcamp brings you this pro soccer drill training video. Brush up on your soccer skills and learn how to do the Rebound soccer drill.
Learn how to run an obstacle course to improve ball handling and dribbling speed in soccer.
Learn soccer skills Ronaldinho, Brazil's soccer wonder move Elastic. Learn how to play football the Brazilian way. These are tricks of Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Brazil. Brazilian Brasilian tricks revealed.
Use this exercise game - Around the cone shooting drills - to improve your shooting accuracy when playing soccer. The second video gives ideas for a dribbling variation.
Learn how to add light defensive pressure with the 50-50 drill for soccer.
Getting children under the age of 6 to do anything is a bit of a challenge, especially when you have a bunch of them in one place. This video teaches one great technique for youth sports coaches to motivate the kids, playing Simon Says. A simple game, but one that has great teaching potential when applied to a youth soccer practice, or any other youth sports practice. Can be used on older kids as well, but perhaps less effectively.
Getting started playing soccer? Considering the main objective is to kick the ball, you should probably learn how to kick a ball properly... and you can with help from this video! In this tutorial, learn simply how to properly kick a soccer ball through this demonstration.
Get the ball under control so you can shoot, pass or dribble. These easy techniques will help you practice. Control a bouncing soccer ball.
Play the chip pass drill by yourself in order to work on your passing game for soccer.
Learn how to dive from a squat position in order to improve your soccer ball diving technique and improve your goalkeeping skills.
Perform these laterals drill by touching the ball first with the inside, then the outside of the foot.
Soccer is more popular than ever among young Americans, and teaching them the relevant skills can be difficult for parents raised on the big 4 American sports. This video is here to help. It features a university soccer coach outlining some drills for young soccer players to help them master that most fundamental of soccer skills: dribbling the ball. It covers learning to control the ball with both sides of the same foot, as well as stepovers and other basic dribbling techniques.
When building an attack in soccer, you and your teammates must think as one in order for the ball to connect smoothely from player to player. Get your football cronies on the same wavelength by practicing the one-touch passing move.
Full backs in soccer have the same job as full backs in American football: be big, defensive bodyguards that prevent the other team from penetrating their goal.
Players from the Brazilian Soccer Schools show you how to beat your opponent using the 'Ronaldinho elastic'. Beat players the Brazilian way like Ronaldinho! The Ronaldinho Elastic has you pivot on one leg and move from a standing position to move your foot over the ball and back as if one touch. Practice Brazilian soccer skills: Ronaldinho elastic.
Similar to the Around the World and Crossover freestyle soccer tricks, the Hope the World or HTW shown here is a great trick where the player flicks the ball up, goes over it with the other leg, then catches the ball with the flying leg. You have to be able to jump and swing your legs pretty high, but if you can try out this move.
Become a better footballer with Coach King's Skill School from the UK's best-selling football magazine! This how-to video offers tips for getting more power out of a kick. There are lots of ways a player can get a stronger kick, depending on what part of the foot is used to kick the soccer ball, executing a good stance, keeping balance, leg position, and follow through. Watch this video soccer tutorial and learn how to kick the ball harder.
Perform the quick turn drill in order to improve your catching skills as a goalkeeper on the soccer field.
Perform this advanced move (Side Roll/Stepover) by making a stepover move after bringing the soccer ball across the body.
You can't do any freestyle soccer moves if you can't get the ball off the ground and into a juggle. There are a lot of different ways to accomplish the flick up that range in difficulty and artistic merit. This video will show you three easy flick ups that you can do to start your freestyle combos.
Catching the ball is one of the most important functions of the soccer goalie. They are the only player on the field allowed to do so, and when they do so they not only block the shot they caught, but keep possession of the ball for their team, changing the flow of the game. Use the tips in this video to catch the ball more effectively and improve your goaltending.
The goalie in soccer is unarguably the most important player on the pitch. Their skills are unique, and they have to perform well every game in order for your team to be successful. This video features an MLS goalkeeper offering instruction on one important of goalkeeping, punching the ball. If you can do this properly, you can utilize your hands
Soccer is the most popular sport in the world, and especially popular among young people in the United States. This video features a university soccer coach explaining several important drills for developing young soccer players, including two-touch passing and doing over-unders with the ball. Have you kid dominating the pitch in no time with these drills!
Without knowing how to pass a ball in soccer, you'd be a one-man soccer machine subject to getting mauled.
Soccer players may be the focus of the action on the World Cup soccer field, but soccer referees are just as actively involved in the game. Without their raising of flags, the game would fall into anarchy.
so the video is about how to knuckle a soccer ball. first of all, you need to kick the soccer ball with your foot. Do not kick the ball with the point of your foot, because you can not control the direction witch the ball is going to go. it is usually off target if you kick it with the point of your foot.