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Keeping Yourself Engaged With Soccer During Frozen Winters

Soccer can be played in almost all weathers, from a semi-baked pitch to a waterlogged bog. One type of weather you really shouldn’t play in is frost. Frozen pitches, especially artificial ones such as those prevalent in the US, increase injury risk substantially, according to a scientific study published in the Journal of Neurological Research … Read moreKeeping Yourself Engaged With Soccer During Frozen Winters

6 Steps to Follow If You Don’t Make a Soccer Team

What to do if you don't make a soccer team

Getting cut from a soccer tryout stings.

Every player feels anger, sadness, frustration, or all three emotions in the days, weeks, and months afterwards.

Getting cut from a team doesn’t have to negatively impact your career. This article covers the steps you should take after you don’t make a soccer team to turn a “failure” into a positive experience:

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How to Become Less Nervous Before a Soccer Game or Tryout

How to Become Less Nervous Before a Soccer Game or Tryout

Every player has gotten nervous before a tryout or game and many get nervous every time.

In my experience there are two types of players:

  1. Players that get nervous before playing but quickly become confident once they start playing. I’ve known players that stay calm under tough situations during games but throw up before every game.

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How to Choose a Soccer Club Team

How to Choose a Soccer CLub Team

Choosing the right soccer club team is important. Your choice can be the difference between a great season and a poor one.

In this article we will cover the differences between recreational play and select (advanced players can skip this section) and some of the things you should consider when choosing a club.

Differences Between Rec and Select

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