Two Touch Passing On The Run

STEP-BY-STEP

  • Setup 3 cones for every 2 players, 10 yards apart from each other and the 3rd cone 5 yards away.
  • One player is stationary, the other runs to the cone and then makes a trap, then pass.
  • Make sure the players trap the ball close to their bodies and make a proper pass.

DRILL VARIATIONS

  • have your players use their right foot only for 1 to 2 minutes
  • have your players use their left foot only for 1 to 2 minutes

DRILL CONFIGURATION

2 Touch Passing on the Run Diagram

Hey Coaches.I’m Chai Nakpiban and today we’re going to be exploring a drill called 2 touch passing on the run.To set it up, you’ll need a total of 3 cones for every 2 players.Set up 2 cones about 10 yards apart and the third cone about 5 yards away.The 3 cones should all be in a straight line.

One player will be stationary on one cone and the other player will be doing the passing on the run.The stationary guy should start with the ball.The guy running will start in the middle cone then run 5 yards to the near cone, turn around and receive a pass.He’ll then trap the ball and then pass it back.So we call this drill 2 touch because players should only touch the ball twice – one to trap the ball and the other to pass it – very simple.Coaches should be looking at players to trap the ball close to their bodies and maintain control of the ball and then make a proper pass.You can do this for 1 minute or 2 minutes if your players are a bit older.