Grassroots Coaching

Football Training – Shooting and finishing

Football Training sessions to develop and improve shooting and finishing.  Over  50 football training videos specifically focussed on helping coaches improve their players shooting and finishing skills.

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Football is an invasion game. We invade their goal and try and score. They invade ours and we try and stop them scoring. For most players and indeed coaches, scoring goals is far more fun than trying to stop them.

The best football training sessions on shooting and finishing are ones where the players have lots of fun and enjoyment and have loads and loads of game related opportunities to actually try and score.

The job of the coach is to facilitate the practice, make sure it is organised, safe and occasionally coach the players in ways in which they could improve.

We have over 50 + shooting and finishing sessions that will help you, the coach, do exactly that.

Key Football Training Tips for Close Range Shooting and Finishing

1. Movement to find space and receive the ball
2. Positive attitude and decision – can the player shoot quickly
3. Head up to assess goalkeepers position and distance / angle to goal
4. Decision of first time shot or control and shoot
5. Technique of shot – side foot, power, volley, first time or control and shot
6. Clever play, turning and shooting, dribble and shoot
7. Hit the target – accuracy over power when close to goal. Be calm and composed
8. Follow up for rebounds
9. Team mates follow up for rebounds

 

Key Football Training Tips for Long Range Shooting

1. Movement to find space and receive the ball
2. Get the ball out of the feet and in front of them
3. Positive attitude and decision – can the player be brave enough to take on a long range shot?
4. Head up to assess goalkeepers position and distance / angle to goal
5. Decision of first time shot or control and shoot
6. Technique of shot – power, use laces and strike through the centre middle of ball
7. Technique of shot – swerve, strike the outside of the ball to impart swerve and spin
8. Hit the target – although power is needed, so is a controlled technique to hit the target
9. Team mates follow up for rebounds

 

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