As a youth soccer coach, dribbling drills are some of the most important types of soccer drills to incorporate into your soccer practices. Soccer players that have exceptional ball control have an excellent chance to play at the elite levels.Therefore providing practices and development curriculum that includes a big emphasis on ball control and dribbling fundamentals is critical to the development of young soccer players. The soccer drills listed below range from U6 to U16 age level players and it is up to the coach to decide which ones are appropriate for their team (based on their skill level). Finding drills that work on ball control with the inside, outside, top, and bottom of the foot are a good idea. There are a lot of these drills in which you, as the coach, can dictate which skill and part of the foot the drill should be executed with. Even some of the very basic drills can be challenging if you require the players to execute it using a specific dribbling skill. For the younger age levels find drills where you can have players work on toe taps, pull-backs, and basic touches. As they get older and more experienced they can start working on using the outside of their foot and performing the dribbling drills at higher speeds.