I don 't consider soccer a sport I play; I consider it a passion of mine. I come from a family that’s not a big fan of any sport except for soccer. This made soccer the most important sport in my life. I grew up in an environment enthusiastic about soccer. I have loved soccer ever since I can remember which can be since I took my first steps.
I have been playing soccer more years than I have been in school. Not only are education and sports a big focus for me but also working the hardest I can. I have always heard the stories of people whose lives could have ended up horribly if it wasn’t for their hard work and perseverance. Lastly, something my parents taught me to do was to always do what you love and go after what makes me happy. I have never done anything because my parents wanted me to, I have learned to follow what I love and work hard to achieve what makes me
I play soccer for the Oakridge Soccer Club. I have been playing soccer since I was five years of age. When I first started playing Soccer I had a coach who used to go by the motto “every shot u miss, is a miss towards life.” Soccer is one of the two only sports I play and when I’m on the field I feel confident in myself because, if you show courage and confidence you will achieve your goal in life and even though my goal may not be to make goal for soccer my goal is to become a Soccer leader. I want to be a captain who talks to the referees during a game when our team has a problem, concern, or question. In other words, I believe soccer has changed my life and became an ongoing achievement in my life, that will forever stay in my heart forever.
Growing up I always find the sport calling to me, I would see rocks of the ground and I had to kick it around. I got too into my cousin 's soccer games. Soccer shaped a lot of who I am, soccer has taught me how to commit, know when to make a move, and it has made me tolerant. Soccer is all about commiting to the ball, if one was to hesitate while going for a goal it will not be as powerful. I bring that into driving, school, talking, and writing.
Winning this game did not only mean bringing a shiny trophy home. It changed the way I thought about my skill and confidence. Few years ago when I started to play soccer, I was not the player that everyone depended on or was the most athletic. Winning my first championship game made believe that this is one of many trophies I will earn. This achievement made me work hard on improving myself as a soccer player.
Soccer had helped me break out of my shell socially and provided an outlet for stress relief. My life revolved around soccer. However, in the spring of freshman year I was burning out. I had finished the fall season of high school, winter league was over and I was trying to balance spring club soccer with high school track. Without a break and feeling overwhelmed, I grew disinterested in soccer as it became a stressful environment for me as the older girls had to join our team and I was no longer seeing the field a lot.
There are turf and grass field, personally I like the grass field better, because as you play on the turf one it will fell weird. The ball go faster and stronger. On grass you have to us your own legs and kick the ball hard. The smell on the grass field during the spring season is fabulous, it makes me want to play soccer every day with my friends.
The Lessons I took in Soccer Team I joined a soccer team when I was in junior high school, and it significant changed my life. A group influences one a lot in whether positive or negative ways, thus the soccer team I joined is not an exception. Team work, self-disciplined, sense of honor, and etc. are what it taught me. Through there were no so called expressly stipulated, there were several unspoken rule.
After lunch, Ashton and his friends felt bored so they decided to play soccer. They met in the afternoon and Ashton brought his new soccer ball, which cost ten dollars, along for the game. The nearby park was closed for maintenance so Ashton led everyone to his backyard instead. After an intensive warm-up exercise, they started practising for the upcoming inter-class soccer match and were determined on winning. “We have to defeat 5 Awesome this time round,” they chanted as they kicked the ball from player to player, each hoping they would not destroy any of Ashton’s mother’s plants and vegetation.
Our past is a unique collection of events which have occurred before the present moment, my past, before this moment on the soccer field was sadly, missing this exact shot time and time again. After countless failed attempts at this same shot, I saw a pattern and sought to correct my misfortunes. Although it took hours upon hours to fully master the craft of taking a penalty kick, I was eventually able to convert the shot into a goal 98% of the time. By having this understanding of what had happened to me in the past, and positively projecting this understanding into the future by practice, I was able to improve as a player, and as a person as I was beginning to see a connection between the game of football and how I lived my
As I have continued to carry on my passions in the school community and through extracurricular activities I believe I will be able to do the same at Saint Francis. One of the many things I am passionate about is soccer, and other sports. I enjoy being a part of a smaller community with the same interest, and passions. I am also interested in being a part of the other clubs at Saint Francis such as photography, baking club, and being a shadow host. One of my favorite activities is to play soccer, I have been playing soccer since a very young age.
Unfortunately, my current Ithaca College transcript is quite different and I am not proud of the grades but they surely motivates me to give my all when I am provided with another opportunity. This suspension has affected me deeply it made realize that soccer, family and school is the most important to me. I am very passionate about soccer, it excites me. I plan to tryout for the team and hopefully become a member of the team, it will keep me busy and motivate me to do well on the field and in the classroom. Since I have been home for almost a year now I have become closer with my family especially my father, he has now become a big asset for me.
Even though my whole body was under miserable pain but I was still loving the game and I was watching it and crying at the same time. The special connection with the game was always there and until today I am the fan of the game and I know I’m not my body and I have no control over it but I can do something I can continue to fan the flame of humanity and I decided to create new players by coaching soccer so kids can follow my path by using my
That’s something that I will remember for the rest of my life. Being apart of the Girard soccer team is one of the best decisions I have ever made. It was more than just playing soccer, this lead to friendships and sort of a second family. I still keep in touch and still friends with most of my old teammates who have graduated. I’m friends with certain people, who I thought I would never be friends with.
The hype in this sport makes everyone curious, for me it was no question. Love at first sight seeing the contact of the sport and the crazy tenacity of the players just made me want to get involved with the sport. My team i choose to be my go to team had to be a team that was really dominate and didn 't mind getting dirty. Pittsburgh came to mind and ever since i haven 't turned back. Big Ben showed me how it is to be a leader in a soccer pitch.