Possession skill practices are both opposed and non-opposed soccer drills design to develop a players abilities to maintain possession of the football. Possession passing drills are a key component to developing a teams ability to keep the football. To review more related training exercises refer to Soccer Drills.
Fundamental to maintaining possession and also exploiting our opponents weakly defended areas is the ability to switch play (also known as changing the point of attack). This requires a range of passing and the ability to move the football quickly from one side of the field to the other.
Passing and possession soccer drills that focus on developing the interchanging and rotation of players in the attacking phase.
Passing drills that also have an emphasis on control and touch.
Combination play and passing are directly linked and are dependent on each other. Well timed passing combinations are required in the break down of defensive lines. These passing drills provide a focus on combination play.