TIPS FOR INDOOR SOCCER

The following article will give you valuable tips on how to improve your game in indoor soccer.

The toe kick is the best weapon for scoring goals indoor. The reason is that you do not need any big space to fire a hard and well placed shot. Use the toe kick for shooting as soon as you get the chance. When playing indoor soccer you do not have much time to decide whether to pass the ball, dribble or shoot. You need to know what you are going to do before you even get the ball.

While playing indoor you should learn directly to use the walls. In defence, you may use a wall to force an opponent to dribble to the walls where it will be harder for them to score from. In offence you can use the walls as an extra player.

If an opponent attacks you, you can pass the ball off the wall and then run around your opponent to receive the ball on the other side. However, you should try to vary this tactic as opponents may learn your style of playing.

Using one touch in indoor soccer is probably the most efficient tactic. However to play one touch you will need to think fast and know what to do with the ball before you receive it. Teams will find it hard to defend you if your team is constantly passing the ball and on the move.

Try to shoot as often as you can, even if you don’t score there is a big chance that the ball will rebound and set up scoring chances for your teammates. Try not to lift the ball when playing indoor. Passing the ball on the ground is necessary due to the small field of play. Also, if the ball is cleared outside the field you will be given a free kick from that particular spot.

Lastly, dribbling in indoor soccer can be very dangerous. If you lose the ball there is a big chance that your opponents will score a goal from their contra attack.

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