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The Dangers of Being a Ball Boy

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Usually around the high school level of soccer, games are important enough and have enough fans to sometimes require several ball boys to be located around the field in order to keep the game moving and help the players make quick throw-ins.  But the dangers of such a role were […]

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Indoor Soccer is a Safer Sport than Outdoor Soccer

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Outdoor soccer can often be a harmful game to the players.  With such large fields and lengthy matches, players repeatedly put heavy strain on their bodies and endure spells on the sidelines with pulled muscles and related injuries.  Additionally, the heavy tackles inflicted during matches can result in countless major […]

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5 New Year’s Resolutions to Improve Your Soccer Skills

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With 2012 in the books and 2013 upon us, the time is ripe as any for a serious soccer player to change their training ways and make some good resolutions.  Becoming a solid player requires daily training on the ball and a great deal of dedication.  Creating some New Year’s […]

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Indoor Soccer Provides Best Training For Youth Players

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For any young, aspiring soccer player, indoor soccer is a wonderful way to improve skills and develop.  In many ways, playing the indoor version of the game can actually be a better means of training that outdoor soccer.  Although the “dream” that many youth soccer players share is to succeed […]

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Soccer in a Winter Wonderland: Tips for Playing in Snow

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Winter snowstorms often keep most Americans inside and snuggling up next to a fire, but many kids like to go outside and build a snowman or simply to play in the snow.  On some occasions, an outdoor soccer game in the snow can enfold, and although it is usually a […]

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How to Improve Your First Touch in Soccer

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A good first touch can be an absolute game changer in youth soccer.  Upon receiving the ball, one’s first touch directs not only where the player will run to, but also how much space they will have and what they can then do with the ball.  In a fast paced […]

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A History of Indoor Soccer

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The beautiful game of soccer has been played for centuries, with variations of the sport dating back all the way to the 8th century, and even further back into ancient times, but what about indoor soccer?  When did people decide to take the wonderful game insides, into the comfort and […]

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How to Become a Faster Soccer Player

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Anyone who watches professional soccer understands the importance of speed in a game, especially when they watch a player like Theo Walcott, who routinely blazes past English Premier League defenders as a winger at Arsenal.  At the youth level, when players aren’t necessarily in the best shape, having the edge […]

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Tips for Getting a Fast Start to an Indoor Soccer Game

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Indoor soccer is a vibrant and fast version of soccer.  Getting a good start in any game is vital to dictating the overall feel of the game and for helping your team come away as the victorious side.  So how can you easily dictate play from the get go?  Here […]

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Soccer Tips for Holding onto Possession as a Youth Team

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Whether your team is holding onto a slim one-goal lead in the dying moments of a league match, or whether you are simply trying to slow down your opponent’s momentum, holding possession as a team is extremely vital for maintaining control of a soccer game and going for a win.  […]

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