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How To: Juggle a soccer ball and do tricks and moves

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to juggle a soccer ball, and do tricks and moves. The first technique is to start with both feet around the ball. Then quickly push both feet together to pop the ball up and start juggling the ball. The second technique is have the left foot inches away from the soccer ball. Hit the ball with your right heel and pop it up with your left heel. The third technique is to start with the ball between your legs. Then pull it up with your right foot and spin...

How To: Do the Dual Goals soccer drill with Nike Bootcamp

Running and scoring. Two things you can never get enough of. It’s a simple formula: grab one ball, two goals and four cones. Add a combination of electric pace and razor sharp finishing. What do you get? Dual Goals: this week’s featured Nike Bootcamp drill. Brush up on your soccer skills. Nike Bootcamp brings you this pro soccer drill training video: learn how to do the Dual Goals drill.

How To: Score on a break away one on one with the keeper

Jason Roberts shows you how to score when you are one-on-one with the goalkeeper. This is most used when you are on a break away against a GK. This is important for strikers and forwards. Remember you have the advantage over the keeper. Goalies will come out strong, be ready to counter. Score on a break away one on one with the keeper.

How To: Play offense in soccer

This is a video tutorial in the Sports category where you are going to learn how to play offense in a game of soccer. The forward soccer position usually stays on the offensive side in order to score goals. Adrian Heath, head coach, shows you how to play the forward position properly. This is going to be a very easy and simple drill. All you are looking for is a nice little floating pass over the defender's head to your own player in the forward position. And the forward player then tries to ...

How To: Do the crossover freestyle soccer trick

The Crossover is one of the best-known tricks in the growing world of freestyle soccer, the soccer offshoot with a focus on doing trick with the ball. In this video, you'll learn how to do the crossover yourself by juggling the ball up, swinging your foot over it, then catching the ball with your ground foot. Pretty. Simple. Beautiful.

How To: Do Andres Iniesta's signature soccer move La Croqueta

In this video, we learn how to do Andres Iniesta's signature soccer move La Croqueta. First, while you are on the field and have the ball, you need to turn and control it. Pay attention to those around you and move around them. Move the ball from left to right around the people coming towards you. Attack the open space to free yourself up and get away from crowds of the opponents. Once you do this, you will be close to the goal. Finish off the shot by kicking the ball into the goal. From here...

Inspiring DIY of the Day: Building a Floating Soccer Field

This may feel like a Nike ad (and I suppose technically it is an ad), but it's also a based-on-a-true-story-hollywood-motion-picture waiting to happen... This inspiring short film is part of an ad campaign series called Make THE Difference for the TMB Bank, but it's also a true story—here are the facts:

How To: Successfully learn the Elastico trick

Learn the Elastico trick with this how-to video! 1. Decide which direction you want to fake with a soccer ball. 2. While leaning to the right, slide foot over the soccer ball (faking right). 3. Slide foot, blocking ball, causing it to bounce the other direction. 4. Make sure you keep your foot as close to the ball as possible to increase effectiveness of the fake. 5. Practice makes perfect. Skilled soccer kids show you how to perfect the elite soccer move, The Elastic.

How To: Coach an Under-6 Soccer Team

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.

How to Do dribble tricks: Ronldinho, backheel & pullback

To perform the Ronldinho trick you must drag the ball with the inside of your foot in a sweeping motion, this puts you and the ball into a movement, instead of dribbling out of a standstill. To perform the back heel you must step over the ball and push it with your heel to the leg behind. To perform the pullback you have to kick the ball to the other leg, then you stop it at the top, and then you pull the ball back.

How To: Do the Toe Bounce freestyle soccer trick

Many of the coolest freestyle soccer tricks involve passing one leg over the ball while it's in the air. This trick, the Toe Bounce or TB, is in that vein, but with a twist. This video will show you how to do the trick, which involves swinging one leg over the ball while the ball bounces off the other foot on the ground before being caught by your swinging foot as it comes back down. Beautiful.

How To: Save one-on-one shots in soccer

Become a better footballer with Coach King's Skill School from the UK's best-selling football magazine, MATCH. This how-to video shows how to save one-on-one goal attempts. Being a goalie takes a lot of skill, but learn some techniques to prevent the opponents from scoring. Watch this video soccer tutorial and learn how to save one-on-one shots.

How To: Shoot a knuckle shot in soccer

The knuckleball is an important part of both soccer and baseball, oddly enough, and the soccer version is a very effective shot that is probably much more widely used than the baseball pitch. This video will teach you how to shoot a perfect knuckle that will have most keepers confused and crying with shame.

News: Condom + Yarn = African Soccer

African children have been fashioning soccer balls from condoms since condoms became widely distributed by large health education campaigns promoting AIDS awareness. But it is the anticipation of the hype related to the 2010 South African World Cup that inspired this elegant short to be produced.

How To: Catch the ball as a soccer goalie

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.

How To: Do the Rolling Ball Catch freestyle soccer trick

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: Rolling ball catch.

How To: Do keepy-uppies in soccer

The UK's best-selling football magazine has teamed up with The FA to improve your game! This how-to video shows how to keepy-uppy! Learn new techniques or improve existing soccer skills. Watch this video soccer tutorial and learn how to do a keepy-uppy.

How To: Do a 360 freestyle soccer trick

How do you do a 360 with a soccer ball? Like this of course, by rolling the ball around your body from a chest stall to a neck stall and back again. It looks really cool, doesn't involve hands like a lot of the roll tricks do, and is sure to impress your mates.