How To Do A Soccer Throw In – Learn Soccer Throw In Techniques And Tips

How To Do A Soccer Throw In – Learn Soccer Throw In Techniques And Tips

How to Do a Soccer Throw In Hey guys, Matt here from Epic Soccer Training.
I want to teach you a video that a couple of you guys were asking for and that’s how
to do a soccer throw-in. OK guys. 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, what
you’re going to want to do is 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. So again just 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. I’m going to do a video
for you goalkeepers as well. It’s to make a W. So what you want to do, that’s what’s
going to get the most surface area. Really cock back. Boom! 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.
So again what I’m talking about, you can’t lift up your foot. Actually Chas, 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 hopping
to get more power. So again and the reason to do that is it’s kind of torquing 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? Chas: My feet. Matt: At your feet. So don’t sit there and
throw the ball just anywhere at him. OK? 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. So I want to teach you the basics of 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. So comment, like, subscribe.
Do all that. Let me know. Also, I’m going to be filming a video for those of you that
are in the Epic Soccer Training members area, the guys that got the course which you can
check that out too of how I went from playing just average, being an average player to being
a game-changing All-American and professional player as well. I’m going to do my favorite trick throw-in
for you guys. It’s so awesome. I love it especially if you’re a game-changing player and you actually
want to get the ball at your feet. It’s a really cool trick that you can do. It’s legal.
So I will show you guys that as well. So thanks for checking out how to do a soccer
throw-in and I will see you guys in the next lesson.

100 thoughts on “How To Do A Soccer Throw In – Learn Soccer Throw In Techniques And Tips

  1. That's definitely something I do teach in my course. If you'd like to check that out just click the link below the video.

  2. Yes definitely but it'll take a lot of work and it also depends on the level of competition you're going out for. If it's a Division 1 school it'll obviously be harder than a lower level. But if you work hard you'd be amazed at how far you can get. Especially with the right kind of training which is what I teach in my course.

  3. It's hard to find some that are great for less than 100 but honestly it's all about feel. Nike's run narrow on your feet and adidas will be wider. Get something snug and comfortable. But those 2 companies are my favorite for cleats

  4. yes definitely! I ALMOST made one the other day but the sun was already down too low…couldn't squeeze it in…next time though for sure

  5. yes and actually I just filmed an entire shooting course that I'm going to be putting up in my course as well. 🙂

  6. oh ultimate soccer coaching. Yes that's my buddy's company but it's more for coaches, mine is more for individual players that want to get better and improve.

  7. thank u so much..ima play my first game.,.never played never practice never so thanks alot..9they needed girl emergency ..sooooo i was so nervouse i feel ima barf!!..thanks

  8. if I can give back if you do more to back and from thence will throw you a tip you throw the ball and feather straker

  9. Hold on, i got penalised like 10 times during a match for foul throws the ref told me i can't tip toe… The fack?

  10. You should make a video on you and your friend crossing the ball and volleying it into the net, mostly just showing us how good you are by shooting, heading, footwork, and skills. Also another video on the bloopers

  11. When doing a throw in, your feet can be on the touch line and it is still a legal throw in. It becomes illegal when one or both feet is completely passed the line. So technically speaking, you can do a throw in with a your heels on the touch line and your toes on the field itself.

  12.  Hi Matt.I am 15 now and I just had 2 years of high school soccer training.I play soccer a lot but I had not been trained earlier when i was very small. do you think there's still a chance i can be a pro player?I feel that i am better than the players in our team but obviously those who are in clubs are much better than me. pls tell me what i can do

  13. Hey Matt…. Thank you very much for this video (Tutorial).. If possible, can you please send me more soccer tutorial videos ??/ my  facebook..Please…

  14. can you do a video on defending I just started the position but I need more help with it. if you can thank you very much!

  15. Matt explains it so advanced, it's so confusing what he says! Oh BTW Matt is a show off, he lifts the ball up to his hands with skill moves 😛 

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  19. They DO Call in PRO Games ……IF your Throw-in is has DUmP has CASILLAs Throw-in vs JUVENTUS at Last Minute..of UCL SEMI-Final 2015

  20. I'm 15 and only started playing football when I was 12. I play for a under 16s side and I'm expected to throw the ball correctly EVERY time. If I foul throw, I look like an idiot. I can throw and get power, but it's the short ones which are difficult. I cant seem to release the ball behind my head but still get it to my teammates feet.

  21. Thx for this, there’s this guy on another team that I play against and he always laughs at me when I make a bad throwing this should help

  22. I had a ref call every single one of throw ins last game because I dragged by back foot. What is this shit?! I practiced it for hours I can't just stop something like that for 1 ref

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