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Soccer Equipment List

All players need proper soccer equipment.

Players will not be able to play competitively without it. Every team requires players to provide their own equipment.

Equipment provides players with the tools they need to play soccer efficiently and safely.

Here is a list of required soccer equipment:

Soccer Equipment List

Footwear

Black leather football soccer boots isolated on white background

Soccer players should play in turf shoes or cleats, special footwear made exclusively for soccer (make sure you don’t purchase baseball or football cleats).

These shoes provide better traction on grass, which increases player’s ability to stay on their feet.

The footwear material makes kicking a ball painless and provides some protection against getting stepped on.

Younger kids are usually limited to turf shoes (for safety reasons), but when a player gets older, he or she is allowed to wear cleats.

Soccer Socks

soccer socks

Soccer socks are extremely long. They cover shin-guards.

Most teams provide these with your uniform, but some require players to purchase them separately.

Shin-Guards

soccer shin guards

Shin-guards protect player’s shins, a vulnerable part of a player’s body that often gets kicked.

You should purchase one at a reasonable size and thickness. The shinguards should efficiently protect the player’s shins and fit securely in their soccer socks.

Soccer Ball

soccer balls

 

Some coaches provide soccer balls, but purchasing one is highly recommended.

Soccer balls allows players to train and play individually or with friends outside of practice.

Soccer balls come in sizes, 3, 4 and 5. Each age group requires a different size.  Check with your local league to see which size you need.

Water Bottle

waterbottle

Every player needs to drink water during games and practices.

Purchase a fairly large water bottle that you can fill up before every practice and game.

Alternatively, you can purchase bottled water or sports drinks. Multiple drinks are required for practices and games.

Purchasing all of everything on this soccer equipment list is relatively cheap if purchased online. We recommend soccer.com.

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4 thoughts on “Soccer Equipment List

  1. I also recommend hot spots, goalie gloves, bag to put stuff in, sweatpants and sweatshirt to warm up in, and make sure you are wearing your jersey and that you have your extra or back-up one.

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