Learning to spin pass is one of the first things young players want to do, it takes hours of practice and older / elite players continue practising throughout their careers. This video shows some simple exercises to do at home
Young Brazilian players just learning the game start out with some smile passing exercise, this is perfect for any young player starting out in the game
Stand side-on to progress towards the lateral pass. Push the ball rather than swinging so your hand is pointing to the target after the ball has been passed. Maintain soft hands when catching the ball
Developing our lateral passing skills. The coach can alter the width, depth and number of players
Here we take a look at a simple drill and Graham Steadman discusses the importance of getting the basics right. If every player can do this well your attacking speed will really improve.
A progression to build passing technique. The ball should be pushed from the waist rather than the player swinging the arm back first. Push through the ball so your arm finishes pointing at your target. Don't forget to practice on both hands.
To practice the core passing technique before integrating into a moving drill or game.
This clip provides some simple guidelines on coaching catch & pass for young players. The coach progresses to a conditioned game to help the learning process