Keeper on Keeper Shots

Published on 30th April 2016 by

This is a competitive game between two keepers trying to score against each other. What’s not to love about it?

The basic drill
1) A set distance apart (I would say at least 25 yards) you should put two goals opposite each other
2) Each keeper takes it in turns to take shots against the other trying to score a goal. You don’t just have to take a shot off the floor. Vary it up a little, for instance with a shot out your hand or even a throw.

What is it helping?
Having to make constant saves allows you to develop your shot stopping. Your handling and even the accuracy of your kicking will develop when you try for the top corner.

Make the drill harder
– Play a competitive game to see who can score the most. In your head knowing that you may lose to an opponent will automatically make you try harder which means you will get more from the drill


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