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FREE PRINTABLES FOR THE BUSY TEAM MOM Are you the Team Mom this season? It’s a fun job but it can be overwhelming if you aren’t organized. You’re in luck! You’re totally covered with this collection of printables to keep the team and their activities in order. Go team! We are excited to share Free Team Mom Printables we made just for you! Do you look forward each season to volunteer to be Team Mom? Or is that you in the back trying desperately not to make eye contact with the coach but somehow get volunteered anyway? This gig isn’t...

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Currently, soccer is one of the most popular team sport played by our kids, with Millions of kids regularly playing soccer. This achievement is due the on-field success in our men’s and women’s international teams. If you’d like to get your child involved with soccer or simply want to help them improve their soccer skills, this article is for you. To become the best soccer player at school, kids just need to focus on the following skills: passing, shooting and dribbling. This article, shows you what type of drills you and your child can do at home or at your local park. PASSING...

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How many hours a week does your child play soccer? At the younger ages, most kids will only spend around 1-2 hrs training and playing soccer each week. In some cases it is just the match and even then the actual playing time is unlikely to be the whole game. To improve at anything you need to practice but how can you do it without a teacher, a coach or other support? If the child enjoys playing soccer and wants to improve then this article is for you with some elite soccer drills for kids that can be practiced at home...

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Is your child one of the smallest in the team and are they one of the smallest each week when you arrive at match day?  If so there may be some useful tips here to help you navigate what is potentially an area riddled with issues.

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Undoubtedly being a sport parent at times can be a tough gig but it is also one of the most satisfying times in a parents life. Many happy moments can be shared with your child during their sporting experience.  Just to show how big watching and being involved in your child’s sport is, you only need to look at how many mobile phones are out on the side of pitches unless they are being used for photographs or video footage?  This is a far cry from how it would look with a group of adults either in their week at work or in other activities they may involve themselves in.

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