How to Do a Soccer Throw-in? It is a frequently asked question. I want to take you through the basics of how to do a soccer throw-in, teach you kind of what you can do and what you can’t do. So you can get out there and start doing it correctly. So again what we want to do is start out balls in hand. We will just pretend that this is the sideline over here. What you want to do is when you first start out and you’re playing Rec or you’re playing beginner soccer.
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First you have to put your feet behind the line. Your heels have to be on the ground so you can’t I’m sorry. You can move your heels but you can’t lift your feet at all. So you can’t hop or anything like that or you can’t throw the ball like that. I hope nobody does that. That would be ridiculous. So again a lot of times, professionals as well, they usually have they don’t really care.
The ball has to be behind the neck and it has to be released in front. OK? So you can’t actually bless you, Chas. You can’t actually have the ball like this and just kind of throw it forward. It actually has to be all the way behind your neck. So this is an easy one to practice and you really shouldn’t even have to practice this more than like five times. But again, so just feet planted.
Arch your back because you want to get power. A good way that I like to hold the ball, it’s similar to a goalkeeper because I had to teach goalkeepers how to play a lot.
Release it forward. Then when you’re done doing that, you’re going to probably learn to do where you actually step and go forward and then drag your foot.
You can’t lift up your foot. Can you hop over here for a second? If this is a sideline, ignore the goal and you’re coming through like this. You have to put your foot behind the line and then you’re going to want to throw and then usually you will drag your foot because you’re going to be getting the reason you do that is you get momentum. So you’re going to do a little hop and then drag your foot and then you’re off. That’s something you’re going to learn in soccer too is your first step should always be moving.
When you pass, your first step should be moving. It’s the same with the throw-in. Again what I like to actually do is to get even more power. As I do this, I do kind of like this hop where I’m running and I’m hoping to get more power. So again and the reason to do that is its kind of torqueing your body into momentum. But when you first start out, you might want to just run up to the line, throw it, and then drag your foot.
One thing that you need to learn that I can’t stand when people don’t do this is if you’re taking if you’re Chas right now, where do you want the ball? Where would you want the ball? So don’t sit there and throw the ball just anywhere at him.
A lot of people don’t have the wherewithal to be able to trap and bring it down really quickly and even if they trap and bring it down quickly, you’re wasting time; and then the defender is going to be on him. So maybe throw on like a quick fake which will move the defender over and then boom, right at Chas’ foot. See how quickly it is he can trap that? Very quickly. So again, that’s something that you can do as well.
In synopsis how to do a throw-in in soccer again. Keep your back leg down. Make sure that if you’re moving up forward, you’re dragging it and you’re not lifting it up. You’re going to get called for that unless you’re playing professional and you could probably just jump in the air and throw it because they don’t really care anyway. So that’s the basics.
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