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How To Get More Assists in Soccer

Free Soccer Training video focused on How To Get More Assists in Soccer. At Online Soccer Academy (OSA) we help players improve through FREE soccer tutorials. We inspire athletes that if you Believe in it® and back that up with hard work, anything in life is possible. 

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How To Get More Assists in Soccer

Watch to learn secrets on how great playmakers get more assists!


Key Points:

1 - Pass a Soft Weighted ball

2 - It’s Not a Hospital Ball

3 - Pass To Their Dominant Foot

4 - Study Highlights of Playmakers

5 - Make the Game Easy


Exercise to Practice:

An exercise to practice on your own is a simple pass and shooting exercise. You will need a partner, a few balls and a goal. If you don’t have a goal use a wall or fence as your goal. If you don’t have a wall or fence instead of shooting just pass the ball to a target up field a bit.

The shooter should be 18 yards out with the balls. You, the playmaker are at the 12 yard mark. The shooter passes you the ball. You control and pass the ball back with a soft weight to their dominant foot for them to shoot.

After you do a two touch pass a few times try a one touch pass with a soft weight to their dominant foot. This will make it more challenging.

Switch with your partner when you are ready.



What’s Wrong:

If your teammate can’t shoot on their first touch and they have to take two touches you weighted the pass too hard.

If you weighted the pass soft and they are taking a second touch by choice instead of shooting on their first touch then that is on them, not you. My advice is to talk to them at halftime or after the game and give them some friendly advice to shoot first time and be confident to take the shot if you play a soft weighted pass.


Bonus Tip:

Weighted passes work in almost every pass situation, not just assist opportunities. For example if you are a center back passing to your right back it matters how you weight the pass.

Sometimes it needs to be a hard weight at your right back. Sometimes it needs to be a medium weight into space in front of your right back so they can run onto it and move the game forward.


This Video Covers: 
Soccer drills, soccer attacking drills, how to pass a soccer ball, how to be a play maker, playmaker, How to get assists in soccer, how to score more goals in soccer, score goals,  How to Soccer, Football Soccer, Soccer Player, Soccer Football, Soccer World, Soccer Video, Soccer Training, Soccer Videos, Online Soccer Academy, OSA, How to Coach Soccer, Soccer Coaches, How to Play Soccer, Soccer Coach, Coaching Soccer, Soccer Camps