FA Tesco Skills teaches you how to tee up the ball before scoring.
Tuesday, 04 January, 2011
Watch our drill of the day from FA Tesco Skills.
Following the launch of the brand new FA Tesco Skills website, we're bringing you some of the best skills and drills videos from the programme.Aimed particularly at the five to eleven-year-old age group, there's no reason why players of all ages can't try out these sessions to help improve your game.Today we look at how to shift and shoot. A handy skill, which allows you to create more space in order to line-up a shot at goal during a game, by using one touch to get the ball out of your feet and ready to be struck.You can watch the video in the player on the right of the page.Check out the latest Skills, visit The FA Tesco Skills website for even more skills and drills.What is The FA Tesco Skills Programme? www.TheFA.com/TescoSkills
The FA Tesco Skills Programme is a revolutionary new approach to youth coaching that has been providing high quality, affordable football skills courses for five to eleven-year-olds of all abilities since 2007. Co-ordinated by The FA and funded by Tesco and Sport England , the Skills Programme employs 106 specialist FA coaches to develop the football skills of children in England. Since 2007 we have provided more than two million places on football skills courses, and by 2014 we aim to provide another 2.7 million places.We’re committed to helping boys and girls in England live a more active lifestyle and to be the best football players they can. We also want them to have fun, grow in confidence and learn teamwork and responsibility. Your children can take part in The FA Tesco Skills Programme through their primary school or by signing up to take part in our regular After School Skills Centres and Free Holiday Sessions .To play your part in the Skills revolution, search for your nearest FA Tesco Skills session now !You like this and want more coaching and technical advice? Why not check out the latest FA Guide for Grassroots Coaches. The Future Game is out now... click here to buy your copy...
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