This is a 10 player drill that emphasizes passing, receiving and finishing.
In the video below Marcus Wood, Hardin-Simmons University Head Women’s Soccer Coach; 2010 NCAA D-III National Champions; 2010 NSCA National Coach of the Year; first using a diagram to explain the drill on a whiteboard and then follows with actual practice footage of the drill.
In this example coach Wood is using 10 players (you could use more) with a goalkeeper in each goal and consists of three progressions
Progression 1 – Stretch Run
A player passes into a center player near the goal. The center player shows and then on a half turn will receive left and pass right to an outside player that makes a stretch run. Ideally the pass will lead the player making the stretch run into a finishing position. The player should shoot low far post or high near post.
Progression 2 – Wall Pass
The ball is played into the center as before and received left and passed right. However, this time the outside player will show and receive the pass from the center. The outside player now passes back to the center player who receives the wall passes. The center player now plays the fourth pass into the outside player for a finishing opportunity .
Progression 3 – 5 Passes
The first pass is the same as before and the second. The second pass is out to the wide player showing just like progression 2. Pass 3 is back to the midfielder. The fourth pass is made to the opposite wide player who is making a stretch run. The fifth pass will be a negative pass to the center forward for a scoring oppourtunity.
This drill is just one in Coach Wood training DVD entitled 21 Passing/Receiving Activities for Reinforcing Effective Ball Movement & Off-Ball Movement Skills. You can click the link for more information about that DVD.
The YouTube video below has audio so please make sure that your speakers are on. Note some schools may block access to YouTube.