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This research aimed to see the effectiveness of learning media and motivation on dribbling learning outcomes in football games through three indicators: (1) the difference in the effect of visual learning media and audio visual media on the skill as a football learning outcome, (2) the difference in the effect between high and low levels of motivation on football learning outcome, (3) the interaction between learning media and motivation on football learning outcome. The research method used the experimental method with a 2x2 ANOVA factorial design. The research sample was taken using a purposive sampling technique consisting of 20 students with high motivation and 20 students with low motivation. The research results showed that (1) there was a difference in effect between the use of visual media. It can be seen from the calculated Fcount (4.905) > Ftable (4.080). Furthermore, (2) there was a difference in the effect between high and low motivations on football learning outcomes with the value of Fcount (142.358) > Ftable (4.085). Besides, (3) there was an interaction between learning media and students' learning motivation on learning outcomes, as evidenced by Fcount (6.423) > Ftable (4.084).