A kick wall is a must for any soccer player. Technique is so important. Key components of technique include being able to properly pass a soccer ball with the right amount of weight and receive a ball with the correct touch – a wall provides a great tool to work on perfecting these elements of the beautiful game.
When practicing alone, using a wall can be a game changer for players who want to own their development. Learn more and make your own kick wall.
Every young soccer player should have a rebounder, back stop or wall of some sort to knock the ball against. Growing up, I remember going down to the school and smashing the ball against a brick wall on the playground area. Really, soccer fields showed build in walls near the field or park for kids to pass and shoot against.
A ball and a wall. If you are looking for a quick summer project and also something that will provide lots of fun and feedback, let me know. I’ll send you the plans. If not, go find another wall, but at least find one. pic.twitter.com/ugSQ647oMc
— James (@24x7soccerus) June 17, 2019
“I’d use that wall – hitting the ball with both feet, seeing how long I could return the wall’s passes without losing control.”
Claudio Reyna – 4 time USMNT World Cup Team, Wolfsburg, Rangers, Sunderland, Manchester City
“Most of the time I was by myself, just kicking the ball against the wall, seeing how it bounces, how it comes back, just controlling it. I found that so interesting!”
Dennis Bergkamp – Dutch National Team, Ajax, Inter Milan, Arsenal