The pace at which your feet move can be the decisive factor to beat an opponent. Developing quick reflex action with anticipation to make the ball do what you want at speed.
How many hours a week does your child play football? At the younger ages, most kids will only spend around 1-2 hours training and playing football each week. In some cases it is just the match and even then the actual playing time is unlikely to be the whole game. To improve at anything you need to practice, but how can you do it without a teacher, a coach or other support?
If your child enjoys playing football and wants to improve, then this article is for you with some elite soccer drills for kids that can be practiced at home without the need for teammates.
Don’t just practice soccer for the sake of practice, as that will not be effective. It is important to understand the outcomes of any training and ensure they are game relevant. Time is limited so aim to achieve as many outcomes as possible.