How To Stand Out At Soccer Tryouts



How to Ace Your Soccer Tryouts

Three Parts:

Getting ready for the big tryouts can be a bit frustrating and overwhelming. You're probably asking yourself, "How can I improve my soccer skills and do well in the tryouts?" Some people will give you this short and simple answer,Practice.But you're probably looking for a more detailed way to improve. If that's what you're looking for, start with step 1, below.

Steps

Developing Good Soccer Skills

  1. Get good control over the soccer ball.You don't want the ball slipping from under your feet do you?
    • Practice dribbling and scoring. (Going to an empty field to practice dribbling and scoring is a good idea). However, there is only so much you can do on your own. Ideally, it is best to have a partner or, even better, partners to practice with. Then, you can mimic game time situations and moments, and practice movement with a ball and with other players.
    • Find a good brick wall, draw a circle on it, and practice scoring into that circle. Practice both feet, because it isn't relevant to be only right or left-footed.
  2. Get really good running/dribbling speed.If you can’t run a series of sprints without feeling completely out of breath, you need to work on your speed and endurance. Practice doing 8-10 100 yard sprints in a row, at least 3 times a week, in the month before your tryout.
    • Squatting also helps speed. The overhead squat is a time-tested exercise requiring full-body range of motion. It takes some practice to get it right, but there is no better exercise to encourage maximal gluteal and hamstring activation. You also end up gaining strength and neuromuscular power you could never hope to achieve on a squat machine or with a typical half-depth standing squat. Just try to this with a partner to help analyze your form, if possible.
    • Stand with heels as wide as shoulders, toes pointing slightly out, and arms overhead, elbows locked. Squat down as low as you can, encouraging gluteal contraction, and keeping your back as straight as possible. Hold this position as long as you can. As you continue to do this exercise, you will be able to do it longer.

Getting in Shape

Feeling Comfortable with Your Team

  1. Make sure this team you are trying to make is fit for you.If you are trying to play in an older league, make sure that the team fits your need for a challenge. If you want to play for a select team, but you are still looking to have fun more than anything else, you will want to be sure you agree with the philosophy of your coaches.
  2. Feel comfortable with your coach's philosophy.In other words, make sure you agree with the coach's way of teaching the game. Understand what your coach is trying to tell you. Understand that your coach is looking for soccer skills, not personality.
    • Respect what your coach says or tells you to do. Make sure you respect your coach, but have enough will-power to decline if your coach wants you to do something that doesn't reach the rules of the game.
  3. Gain your team's trust.Play the game and pass the ball to other players. Do not hog the ball to yourself expecting to get to the goal in time. Pass the ball. This develops team work and help your team mates want to gain your trust.
  4. Be fair with your teammates and the competitors.If someone has fallen, help them up and play fair.
  5. Prove to your coach that you're good with working with your teammates.Most coaches want to see how well you react to situations and how well you can use the environment or space to your advantage.
  6. Don't place blame.When people work together, honest mistakes and disappointments happen, and it's easy to blame someone who causes these. However, when everyone starts pointing fingers, an unpleasant atmosphere can quickly develop. This lowers morale, undermines trust, and is ultimately unproductive. Instead, encourage everyone in your group to think about the mistake in a constructive way. What can you all do to fix what happened, and move forward together? And how can you make sure that this mistake doesn't happen again?

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  • Question
    I have soccer trials tomorrow and I'm not fit enough for it. Any advice?
    wikiHow Contributor
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    Unfortunately, you cannot get fit in one day, but if you start conditioning now, you can be ready for tryouts next year, or you can try to make a different team. Of course, there's no harm in trying, so if you feel up to it, go to your tryout tomorrow, and if you don't make it, ask the coach if he has any tips for you.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    Should I try out for soccer if I have never done it before?
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    Community Answer
    That is up to you. If you're really interested in the sport, go for it -- you may make the team!
    Thanks!
  • Question
    What is in the soccer tryouts?
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    Community Answer
    It's different for every soccer club and league. Usually you do drills, dribbling and sometimes mini games.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    Its July 19th 2019 and my soccer tryouts are on August 8, do I still have time to start practicing?
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    Community Answer
    Yes. Be strong, be confident, be fearless. Run your hardest and don't give up. And when you are out there, put in your mind, "THIS IS MY BALL" and go get it.
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  • Do not include nuts in your diet if you have allergies to nuts.
  • Don't sweat over positions! This is what gives you "second guesses" and lowers your ability to do well in the tryouts. Most players do not like to be defenders on the field, but even the defenders are special. Without the defender, the goal would be open to your competitors.
  • Accept that you're a good player and be confident in yourself.
  • Enjoy soccer! Don't view soccer as have-to-win game set up. Just enjoy and have fun with the game.
  • Eating well will indeed increase your stamina, so make sure you get in good nutrition.
  • Be aggressive andfocus! Nobody wants someone on their team who can't focus.
  • Show them that you have good individual skills but continue to still be a team player.





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