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Transcript of SOCCER
History of Soccer
Soccer was invented on October 26, 1863. That was a long time ago. Soccer is the most popular sport in the world!!!!
David Beckham plays for the Los Angeles Galaxy. His position is midfield. He is known for his BOOMING & CURVING KICKS!
London Donvan plays for the Los Angeles Galaxy. His position is striker. He never played college soccer.
Luis Gil plays for the Real Salt Lake team. He is on the U.S National Team.
POSITION IN SOCCER
Midfield players are generally between their team's defense and forward positions.
Goalie players stand in front of the net and block the ball from getting in the goal.
Soccer was first established in England. Soccer is most popular in England! England and most of Europe call soccer football. America, Australia, Ireland, some of Canada and South Africa call it soccer.
Strikers play next to the right and left wing and are in front of midfielders. You start having a striker on your team when you are U-11 ( under 11)
3 MLS Soccer Jersey Colors
Major League Soccer (MLS) are all of the states soccer teams, but some are more than just one state like the New England soccer team. They all wear different color jerseys. Here are three MLS team's jerseys, home and away.
Sporting KC; Home: light blue, navy blue, white. Away: Navy blue,white
Milwaukee Wave; Home: Black. Away: Black, white
New England; Home: Navy blue, white, red. Away; White,red.
WHAT YOU NEED TO
WEAR IN SOCCER
You need to wear shorts, cleats, jerseys, knee socks shin guards,and gloves if you are a goalie. You need a mouth guard and a soccer ball.
SHOOT THE VOICE OF FOOTBALL
-Mrs. Darak & Mrs. Zachau