Soccer activity book

Free Soccer Activity Book for kids 6-8

Score big with this fun Soccer Activity Book. Perfect for young soccer enthusiasts in general, European soccer in particular, and especially Lionel Messi, this book is packed with fun challenges that will keep kids engaged and entertained and provide educational value.
From solving soccer themed mazes to testing their knowledge of soccer legend Lionel Messi, kids will have a blast exploring the world of soccer. They'll search for hidden soccer words, solve crossword puzzles and much more.

Cityplay soccer tracker review

Soccer Mom Review

CITYPLAY is a motion sensor that is strapped to the player’s cleats, where it records their feet movement and analyzes the data. The product consists of sensors, straps, and the app, which works on Android phones and iPhones. CITYPLAY is a collaboration between the sport-tech company Playermaker and the famous English soccer club Manchester City FC.

Sprint parachute for kids - review

Sprint parachute—soccer training equipment for kids. Review by a soccer mom and a twelve-year-old soccer player.

Product tested: Sprint Parachute.

Soccer mom review:
COVID times have caused many cancellations of soccer practices and forced my son and many other young soccer players around the world to train at home. As the quarantine first started, we ordered a bunch of soccer training equipment online. The parachute was one

Soccer rebounder for kids - review

Soccer rebounder for kids—review by a soccer mom and a twelve-year-old soccer player

Product tested: Rebounder.

Soccer mom’s review
“I bought the rebounder in the hope that it would help my son practice by himself, since many times when he’s at home he doesn’t have training partners.
The rebounder arrived disassembled, but it was easy to put together, and so far, it has proven to be sturdy enough to endure short and longer kicks.

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How to Get Your Child to Stop Playing Soccer in the House

At-Home Soccer Drills for Kids

As a soccer mom, you might be familiar with the next scene: a rambunctious child running around the house, dribbling a soccer ball from room to room and off the walls, narrating his movement like a sports commentator: “… And he passes another player … and he’s passing another one … he goes all the way … he’s unstoppable!” And then BAM! The ball hits the wall and bounces back onto the TV. “And he scores again!”
Just to be clear, a goal is considered to be any clean shot to a wall that makes a loud enough thud, and it’s followed by a Ronaldo celebration, or perhaps the dab.
During the COVID-19 lockdowns and their various stages of home isolation and social distancing, these scenes repeated themselves quite often in our house. Though the routine is usually accompanied by me yelling “Stop it!” and “Stop it right now!” I must confess that this tactic has yet to actually work against that habit.
So I gave it some more thought, did some Googling, and came up with a new game plan that can be summarized in three principles: