Soap Football Nungambakkam

Soap Football Nungambakkam

Soap Football Nungambakkam

Soapy Football is an extra-ordinary sport designed for people and their families. It is an attraction for Kids and Youngster to play football with an marvellous atmosphere which is given by Blazze Soapy football. Courage, curiosity, longing to have a go, water and a little soap are the stimuli on to activate teams of “sports enthusiasts” and crowds of people. The Pitch in Soapy Football is made of multi coloured polyester and defined by an inflatable edge, which makes it practically impossible for injuries and as it even, has a soft-bedded floor.

 

TIPS FOR BETTER ATTACKER

1) Attack as one

In a team 5 side football is to play as one, be it in attack or defence. You may be an attacking player, but you need the other three outfield players (and even the goalkeeper, at times) to be successful in front of goal. Create strategies and tactics prior to the game, and stick to them. Being on the same wavelength as the rest of your team mates.

2) Don’t try to dribble to goal

 

You don’t have the time or space while 5 on a side football. While you may evoke some laughs with your tricks and flicks, you may not do much in front of goal if you’re trying to take it from your goalkeeper to the goal. 

 

3) Quick passing

 

The key to being great in 5-a-side is quick, accurate passes. Learn to pass well – short and long, as well as 1-2 passes, passing in triangles and opening up the opposition’s defence, as well as passing from the back. Ensure that you can pass with both feet, as well as develop back heel passes and flicks to catch out the opposition. Train with your teammates to receive and pass the ball with both feet, at varying speeds.

4) Power and accuracy in shooting

 

A powerful shot is very useful in 5-a-side football, but it probably won’t help you find the goal if you aren’t accurate in front of goal (kicking it above or to the sides of the goal will probably result in harsh words and menacing glances from your teammates).

Learn to shoot with power from distance, while also finding accuracy. Practice by hitting into the corner of the goal as goalkeepers often find it tough to stop those shots, as well as low shots, which can catch out goalkeepers.

 

5) Be effective in front of goal

 

Do not try step over or tricks in front of goal, when one-on-one with the goalkeeper. Thinking quickly as the goalkeeper may rush at you or the opposition defender may close down on you.

Have a pragmatic approach in front of goal by placing shots to the corners of the goal or taking a quick shot. Do what you’re good at rather than trying something outlandish.