Youth Soccer

This Surprisingly Cheap Star Wars Foosball Table Is Perfect For Days Stuck Inside

There’s nothing worse than a day stuck inside when all you want to do is go out and play soccer with your friends. Whether it’s rain, cold or a pandemic, being deprived of playing the beautiful game creates a macabre mood all around the house. But with a Star Wars foosball table, life might be just a little easier.

Desperate for ways to enjoy soccer in any way possible, we recently stumbled across a slew of Star Wars foosball tables available online from Hathaway Games. And they’re surprisingly cheap. 

Robert Lewandowski Commits An Absolute Howler While Playing With Daughter

Robert Lewandowski proved to the world why he's a striker and not a goalkeeper when a video from his Instagram revealed his terrible abilities in goal. The Bayern Munich star was playing in the yard with his two-year-old daughter Klara when he committed one of the worst acts of goalkeeping ever seen.

11-Year-Old Finds Genius Way To Practice In Isolation, Professionals Take Notice

An 11-year-old goalkeeper has taken the internet by storm with his unique way to keep his goalkeeping skills sharp. The youth keeper, who is an only child, has proven to the world that even in isolation you can work on your craft.

The boy’s mother tweeted the video out on March 23. Only two days later, the video has reached nearly 10 million views.

With Olympics Postponed To 2021, Coaches Call For Change To Age Restrictions

Australia coach Graham Arnold has called for the age limit at the Tokyo Olympics football tournament to be raised to ensure that players who helped their country qualify remain eligible if the Games are postponed to 2021. The Olympic men's tournament is largely a youth affair, with squads allowed only three players above the age of 23. 

Toilet Paper Challenge? Way Too Easy For U.S. U-14 Talent Mabry Williams

While the likes of Lionel Messi, Bruno Fernandes and Thierry Henry juggle a piece of toilet paper around, Lonestar SC Academy and U.S. U-14 talent Mabry Williams is on to bigger and better things.

15-Year-Old Borussia Dortmund Phenom Youssoufa Moukoko Is Ready For His Debut

The coronavirus pandemic has brought a halt to football around the globe, but it’s also deprived us of one of the most fascinating developments slated for March — Youssoufa Moukoko’s debut for Germany’s U-19 team and his transition into training with Borussia Dortmund’s senior side.

When Should Youth Soccer Clubs Suspend Play Because Of Coronavirus?

Major League Soccer: suspended. NBA and NHL: suspended. NCAA March Madness: canceled. Broadway: going dark. Disneyland: shutting its doors. Champions League, Premier League, LaLiga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and countless more leagues: suspended, delayed or canceled. 

But what about youth soccer?

How To Survive Coronavirus While Playing Soccer

Whether you’re watching, playing or officiating, soccer is a physical sport full of human-to-human contact. In addition to the action on the pitch, players and fans exchange handshakes, high-fives, hugs and more during the course of a game. 

Gio Reyna, The Next Great American, Could Choose To Instead Play For Argentina, England, Portugal

He’s just 17, but the whole world is watching him. And everyone wants to know what nationality Gio Reyna decides to represent at the senior level.

Giovanni Reyna is the 17-year-old son of Claudio Reyna, a former USMNT captain who appeared 112 times for the U.S. Gio has appeared more than two dozen times with the U.S. at the youth level, so it’s a given he’ll make his debut with the senior national team with the U.S. eventually, right?

It might not be so simple.

One To Make You Feel Old: Ian Wright’s Grandson Scores Brilliant Solo Goal In FA Youth Cup

It really shouldn’t be any surprise D'Margio Wright-Phillips is turning into a great footballer. Just look at his family.

His father, Shaun Wright-Phillips, was a 13-year veteran of the English Premier League, winning the league with Chelsea in 2006 to go with 36 England caps. His uncle, Bradley Wright-Phillips, followed a career in England by scoring more than 100 goals with New York Red Bulls before joining LAFC in 2020. His granddaddy, Ian Wright, is Arsenal’s second-best all-time goal scorer and a Premier League winner in 1998.