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Top 10 YouTube Channels for Soccer Players

Updated: Jan 2

In this post, I’ll share the top 10 YouTube channels for soccer players.

There are other great channels out there, but these 10 are a great start. YouTube is a great option for soccer because...

  • It's free

  • It has a lot of variety

  • Video is a great way to learn new skills

Let’s get started!

Top 10 YouTube Channels

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  • Subscribers: 10M+

F2Freestlyers is one of the top channels on YouTube. The content is fun, entertaining, and high quality. They have free kick challenges, freestyle tricks, and host some of the most famous athletes as guests and interviews. Be sure to check it out. You won't be disappointed.

  • Subscribers: 7.9M+

Freekickerz is another great channel! They have a lot of videos like the one below that showcase skills, goals, and fails. It's a great combination of inspiration and entertainment. You can find some great videos so be sure to check it out!

  • Subscribers: 1.9M+

I love Unisport. They have some awesome content! They freekick tutorials like the one below along with a lot of other skill based tutorials. They also have this cool playlist that features interviews with top players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, and more! Be sure to check them out. They are great.

  • Subscribers: 559k+

Magical Messi is a channel all about Messi. Messi is one of my favorite players and I still think he is the best player in the world! It's mostly highlight reel type of content but it's really well done. If you like watching Messi highlights, this may be a great channel for you.

  • Subscribers: 1.7M+

AllAttack is a great channel. The video is high quality and the tips are pretty good. They use an easy to follow approach that focuses on repetition and easy explanations. It's a great channel if you want to learn new skills and they seem to have an engaged community of subscribers.

  • Subscribers: 482k+

I really like the Become Elite channel. It's about a pro soccer player in the United States named Matt Sheldon. He shares his journey as a pro with relatable/actionable tips for players of all ages. His content is high quality and I enjoy following the story.

  • Subscribers: 447k+

Progressive Soccer is another great skill based channel. It covers ball control, juggling, and more! The video content isn't as high quality, but the tips are really good. It's a great one if you're looking to improve your football skills.

  • Subscribers: 600k+

This is a great channel. I don't watch the videos on this channel as much, but the ones I have seen are really good. I like the juggling video below with Cristiano Ronaldo and Rio Ferdinand's brother. They do some AMAZING tricks.

  • Subscribers: 1.48M+

The England channel is great if you want to follow a national team. They post entertaining content from team trainings and match highlights. I kind of found this channel by mistake by I enjoy watching the content they put out.

  • Subscribers: 844k+

7mlc is a great channel to learn new skills. The video is high quality and the training is top notch. The video below is a great example of the type of content you will find on the channel. Check it out if you want to learn new skills!

11. Yael Averbuch (honorable mention)

  • 24K+ Subscribers

This channel is really cool. I don't think Yael has put out content for a couple of years, but her content is really good. It's simple and shares some great foundational tips for footwork, ball control, and other tips.

12. Two-Minute Soccer Training (honorable mention)

  • 2 Subscribers

This is a shameless plug for my own channel. I desperately need more subscribers ha ha. I plan on adding more video content soon.


The YouTube channels above are awesome! If there is a channel that you like, you might want to subscribe so you get notified when new content is available.

My personal favorite is the Become Elite channel. Matt does a great job with his content and sharing his journey as a professional soccer player in the United States.

If you want a more comprehensive list, try this post.

Which one is your favorite? Are there any you would add to the list?

Let me know in the comments.

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