Lockdown Challenge Three

JBFC Lockdown Football Challenge: Part Three

Just because you’re not allowed out to play football with your friends, doesn’t mean you must stop playing completely. And to give you some skills and techniques to test you with, JBFC Football Coaching has a new Lockdown Football Challenge to help you practice and develop.

Over the coming days and weeks, you can practice skills in your garden by following the JBFC Lockdown Ball Mastery sessions and when you are ready you can try these challenges, too.

This third challenge, building on the first two keep-up games, is a tricky test of ball control.

It’s called ‘The Fantastic Four’, and you must touch the ball four times in the following circuit to get a point; with your right foot, right knee, left knee, left foot.

How many points can you get before the ball touches the floor?

Check out the video below for some tips, or watch the JBFC how to do keep-ups beginners guide, here.

And remember, it’s all about testing and challenging yourself, so keep practicing, have fun and Love The Ball!

Once you’ve had a go at JBFC Lockdown Football Challenge part one, try the next challenge, click the button below…

coach.jbfc.co.uk/2020/04/17/jbfc-lockdown-football-challenge-part-four/(opens in a new tab)

JBFC will help you learn how to play football and improve your soccer skills on your own, with simple, fun practices, games and challenges during the lockdown. JBFC is a kids’ football coaching school based in on the Essex and Suffolk border near Colchester, and has been giving children the chance to learn to play the game in a fun and friendly environment since 2013.

Learn more about JBFC Football Coaching, which runs kids coaching sessions and 1-2-1 training on the Essex and Suffolk Border in Colchester, by visiting the website www.JBFC.co.uk

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