Soccer is one of the fastest growing sports among kids between the ages of 6 – 18, according to a 2017 report from the Sports & Fitness Industry Association.
The Wall Street Journal reports that youth soccer participation is twice as much as football, with the Huffington Post stating around 3 million American kids currently play in youth soccer leagues. It’s also a popular choice among parents, with a poll conducted by YouGov showing 24 percent of surveyed adults picked soccer when asked
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I am the "unofficial" soccer mom for my daughter's soccer team. From coordinating halftime snacks to helping to organize the after season party you name it I have done it. It hit me on Monday night that I only have one year left of this because my daughter will be graduating and my youngest daughter has no desire to play soccer. It makes me kind of sad to see an era come to an end. That is why I have decided this year to enjoy it as much as possible.
One of the things that I have started doing
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