High and his name is Logan Northup from Sigourney. I have inspired my brothers to play every year and my Dad coaches them too but they have never been undefeated. Logan taught me tricks and techniques because he played soccer in college. He got me started playing soccer for William Penn College youth leagues after I got too old to play for Sigourney anymore.
It also boosts poor country’s economy and participates actively in their development. Furthermore, playing soccer helps stay active, physically fit and healthy, boosts self-confidence and self-discipline. Playing soccer helped me become a better
Her accomplishments make everyone want to work hard and be the best they can(Stenson, T. 2015). Personally Carli Lloyd has been a hero to me. She has been a great person to look up to and it is good to watch her play. She has affected many soccer players around the world and has been a very good influence(Hayes, G.2015). Additionally she has taken the time out of her day to go around the U.S. talking to kids and giving powerful speeches.
It started when i was 5, as soon as i was eligible to play the lowest level, i did, as soon as i started kindergarten something else begun too. Soccer. For as long as i can remember i have played this game. For as long as i live on this earth i will still play this game. Well for me, it was never a game, it was school, it was religion, and for hundreds of millions of other people it is the same experience.
The last four years of my high school career have flew by, especially my Girard soccer career. Many memories were made throughout my career from making playoffs my sophomore year to playing my last soccer game on senior night. The endeavor of striving to make playoffs for the first time since the 90’s. I knew after playing my very last soccer game, that I contributed to something that was outstanding for this program. That’s something that I will remember for the rest of my life.
Soccer helps people to unite; there’s absolutely no racism in soccer, we don’t care if you are black, white, Christian, Muslim etc. soccer is another world; out of the world; there’s a lot of people have soccer in their life. We value players on their performance in the match not outside the match, because it wouldn’t be fair for the players; good or bad we will always love
The spring of my freshman year marked a pivotal moment in my life. I was overwhelmed to hear the news that I was the only freshman to make the Varsity squad and with that came an uproar of heaping praise from classmates and varsity teammates alike. My soccer skills somehow had a profound effect on many of my fellow peers as they found enjoyment from watching me play. Mutually so, I found joy and satisfaction that many of my peers who are now my friends were entertained by my soccer skills. Showcasing these skills every Friday night from January to April provided me with a euphoric feeling that I still cannot explain.
Mariel Margaret Hamm was born on March 17th, 1972 in the small town of Selma, Alabama. As the fourth of six children born into this military family, Mia moved around constantly and spent her early years as a toddler in Florence Italy, where she was initially introduced to her life passion of women’s soccer. However, Mia was born with clubfoot and wore corrective braces as a toddler, thus preventing her to participate in any sport at a young age. Her love for sports truly began at the age of five on a soccer team her dad coached, continued throughout middle school as a played on the boy’s football team and then in high school as a starting forward in soccer. Her soccer life began to excel when at age 15 she joined the United States Women’s national soccer team – thus becoming the youngest in history to be selected to join such an elite group of soccer stars.
Ever since the first time I stepped on the soccer field at the age of five, I knew this beautiful games hold on me would never diminish. While being able to play for thirteen amazing years was life changing, it also had numerous ups and downs that came into play. All were experiences that transformed my soul to become a resilient and determined woman. As I made my way through my athletic career I realized that I would not be able to play forever, but could not imagine a time in my life where soccer was not a part of it. Consequently, in my sophomore year of high school, I realized I wanted to coach once my career ended.
The feeling of excitement I get from playing is unparalleled by anything else I’ve ever experienced. Soccer is not only just a game for me. It has taught me so many lessons on the pitch that I can apply to my life off the pitch. One of these lessons is that you must work hard for everything in life. At a young age I really didn’t understand this concept.
The event that has stayed with me is joining the soccer team 2 years ago in Rocky Mount. That memory stays with me because it has changed my life. It changed my life because I lost weight and I also made new friends. Before I started playing soccer I was chubby and I was out of shape.
Soccer is one of the few world wide sports. Soccer is played all over the world, it’s played in england, spain, the United States and etc. When someone is asked how do you play soccer, some might say it’s as simple as kicking the ball in the net. Which it is, but there is more rules and things about soccer that they don’t mention. Some soccer rules are complex and some are just so plain and simple.
Throughout my life people have told me to have a goal; and not just the type I like to score in a soccer game. In life everyone hits a rough patch here and there, but the ones that exceed learn to solve problems. I am involved in sports here at prospect. I played varsity soccer this year and last year. Through my four years of playing, my coaches always told me a quote by hall of fame baseball player Derek Jeter.