Passing is the best way to move the ball around the field quickly. The primary pass new players should master is the direct pass, or a pass that goes straight towards a teammate. You want the ball to move firmly to your teammate’s feet so the other team can’t intercept the ball and so your teammate can control it.
There are different types of passes. You can pass directly to your teammate. You can pass to an open space where your teammate is running. You can make long passes that you try to get far down the field (using your shoelaces).
Step 1: Plant your non-kicking foot next to the ball.
The toe of the non-kicking foot should be pointing towards where you are aiming.
Step 2: Body Position
Your knees should be slightly bent, your arms out for balance, and you should be leaning slightly forward.
Step 3: Contact
The foot that will be passing the ball should be turned so the inside of the foot will make contact with the middle of the ball.
Step 4: Follow Through
After the kicking leg makes contact with the ball, the leg should point towards the target.