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Secrets to Soccer, Secrets to Sports

Online Coaching
and Training

The S2S tool offers:
For the Coach:
  • a library with practices, readymade sessions and other resources
  • prepare training sessions, season and development plans
  • game management
  • communication system
  • reports and statistics for teams and players
  • design tools to prepare own drills
  • information to parents
For the Player:
  • training better at home
  • being prepared for the training sessions
  • log book per season and accumulated
For the Management:
  • overview all coaching and training activities
  • field scheduling
  • equipment management
  • quality assurance
  • information system
Now also includes:
Readymade training sessions per age group
with selected favorite drills
Product upgrades are included in the price

Today's soccer skill

Attacking play - 2-1 situations - wall pass
Below you will find one of the totally 156 soccer skills that are presented in the S2S tool.
In the ARCHIVE we have selected 50 of the most fundamental skills and drills for youth and grassroots.
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Demonstration practice
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Play three against three with two five-metre goals. Score by rolling the ball into the goal from a maximum of ten metres.
The players practise creating and making use of 2-1 situations, above all by using the wall pass. The person with the ball can also try the passing move, and his/her team-mate can turn and go him/herself or pass to the third player.
Occasionally limit the number of touches. Award extra points for goals preceded by a successful wall pass.
Coaching points (here we call them SECRETS):
  • The wall pass is an extremely good alternative when you want to get past an opponent
  • Challenge your opponent and then wall pass to a team-mate who is giving support
  • Your team-mate normally gives support diagonally in front of you and will pass back in the direction of your run
  • An unmarked team-mate can turn in the direction of the pass during a wall pass
  • It is then possible for him or her to pass safely with the back foot, that is the back foot in relation to you
  • A team-mate who is being marked also needs to screen the ball from his/her opponent
  • In this case, it is best to pass with the nearest foot, the foot furthest away from the opponent
  • At the same time, your team-mate will disguise the pass better from his/her opponent
  • You have to wall pass at high speed to succeed
  • The greater your speed from the beginning, the better your chance of getting past the defender
  • For this reason, it is best to be moving at high speed even before you pass the ball
  • If you are moving slowly before you pass, you have to dodge at the same time as passing
  • You then follow up your increase in speed after you have passed the ball as well
  • In order to succeed, it is also important to get close to the defender before you pass
  • However, never so close that you give your opponent too great a chance of reaching the ball and intercepting
  • If you pass with the outside of the foot, you can both move at high speed and get close to the defender
  • In this way, you can also disguise the pass from your opponent for a long time
  • It is occasionally difficult to run away from your opponent immediately after passing
  • In this case, your team-mate can help by delaying the pass back to you
  • Your team-mate can e.g. use two touches instead of one
  • Your team-mate can fool your opponents by occasionally turning with the ball him/herself
  • Wall passes can be performed in various directions, in different positions and at various angles
  • Wall passes can be performed in the air and in small areas inside your opponents' box
  • Learn to recognise how to give support for wall passes and how to perform wall passes
  • A variation of the wall pass is to double pass in various ways
  • Your team-mate then gives support a second time after the wall pass
  • You can then pass back to him or her again immediately after the wall pass
  • It will be like two wall passes or three passes in a row, you can call it a triple pass if you want to
  • The person with the ball can also feint a pass and dribble past the opponent
  • Occasionally, your team-mate can pass to a third player instead of completing the wall pass