In 1v1 starting at the posts, the coach starts with the soccer balls and players start with their hands touching the posts. The defender can’t move until the attacker checks for the ball.
Defender in the square is a variation of 1v1. In this drill defenders must stay inside a square at the the top of the box as they try to take the soccer balls away from the attackers.
Toss out a 50-50 ball and let players battle for the ball in this competitive 1v1 drill.
In 1v1 to goal with defender trailing, the offensive players try to capitalize on breakaway opportunities. The defenders try to chase down the attackers from behind to prevent a shot.
Scoring spree is a great 1v1 drill to keep lots of players active at once. Compared to other 1v1 variations, this drill is exceptional for large teams because players don’t have to wait in lines and they are constantly engaged.
1v1 to mini goals is a common variation of 1v1 that is easy to implement and simple for players to understand. It is a great go to 1v1 drill due to it’s simplicity.
This is a common variation of 1v1 going to goal to develop excellent attackers and defenders.
Flying changes is a fast paced, back and forth 1v1 game that players will enjoy.
1v1 with back to pressure is a great 1v1 drill for developing strikers who receive the ball with defenders at their backs. Attackers in this drill learn how to create space for themselves and get past defenders when they are tightly marked.