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How tos for all things soccer; a collection of soccer moves, team stats, footballers' fancy footwork and more.

  • Brian Wilson
    Published 5 days ago
    How to Start a Successful Fantasy Sports Business Like Dream11?

    How to Start a Successful Fantasy Sports Business Like Dream11?

    In recent years, the fantasy sports business has seen huge growth. Also, gained more prominence among the people across the globe. As we can see many people are using fantasy sports apps because of their lucrative benefits. Currently, there is an ever-increasing number of people using smartphones every day. Also, the market for the fantasy sports business continues to grow at an exceptional rate.
  • Antony Silva
    Published 17 days ago
    Sports betting strategies and tips for you

    Sports betting strategies and tips for you

    As a sports gambler, you need to be well-informed on creative strategies and certified tips that guarantee successful outcomes. Many punters nowadays place their stakes based on shallow research. Though, this should not be the case.
  • Mark Ellis
    Published 5 months ago
    How to find time for your football team

    How to find time for your football team

    Far too many amateur football teams fall by the wayside due to a ‘lack of time’ on the manager’s part. This is a real shame. If you started a football team, it’s because the game is important to you. You wanted to run a team; it was something you always wanted to do, but other stuff got in the way.
  • Mark Ellis
    Published 6 months ago
    How to deal with tensions in your football team

    How to deal with tensions in your football team

    Sport is filled with tension - good and bad. Tension is capable of driving teams to new heights, but it’s also capable of tearing them apart.
  • Discount Football Kits
    Published 9 months ago
    Top 10 careers/jobs in football.

    Top 10 careers/jobs in football.

    Over the past 10 years, there have been a whole host of new jobs within football. The talk about the money in football will always be a topic of discussion due to the way the money is distributed especially when it comes to grassroots football. One of the huge positives that money in football brings is the number of jobs that have been created. You don't have to be a player or a manager to earn a decent wage doing what you love.
  • Finnegan Pierson
    Published about a year ago
    What You Really Need to Fly down the Soccer Field

    What You Really Need to Fly down the Soccer Field

    The sport of quickness What do you think about when you think of soccer? What does it take to leave it all on the soccer field? Well, it takes speed, strength, endurance, and sometimes, spiritual help. In soccer, goals are hard to come by. Sometimes, you need any extra help you can get. Goals can be hard to achieve.
  • Craig Middleton
    Published about a year ago
    Best Warm-Ups Before Soccer Practice

    Best Warm-Ups Before Soccer Practice

    Warming up before a soccer competition is something that everyone should do not matter how old, but it becomes more important the older you become. It can prevent you from getting unnecessary injuries by warming the muscle up properly before you start doing strenuous activity. A good warm up starts off slow and builds up to game ready activity with added moving stretches in between stretching all the large muscles groups, especially the lower legs. The warm up should last for about 15 to 20 minutes, after which there should be game related activity which lasts about 20-25 minutes ending with some shooting or long passing, which will stretch the muscles fully.
  • Finnegan Pierson
    Published about a year ago
    Being a Collegiate Soccer Player

    Being a Collegiate Soccer Player

    Being a college soccer player is such an amazing achievement and can offer some fun while being in college. It can also be very stressful if you do not know how to balance school, a social life, and play soccer. The key to balancing college life as an athlete is to stay on a schedule. Most of the time college soccer players come to the campus before any of the other students, this is for preseason. Even though you are practicing twice a day and may have many different meetings, this gives you a chance to become familiar with the campus and also to get comfortable being in a new environment. Another advantage to being on the soccer team as that you can make friends more easily and there are people on the team who are older than you that can show you the ropes to your new life.
  • Craig House
    Published about a year ago
    Be Ready for the New Season

    Be Ready for the New Season

    How can you come back better than ever after the break? Well these are just a few tips that’ll mean you’ll be alive and kicking for the first game of the new season.
  • Craig Middleton
    Published about a year ago
    A How-To on Identifying Soccer Injuries

    A How-To on Identifying Soccer Injuries

    If you love to play soccer, then you know it comes with injuries. At some point, you’ve probably felt a shooting toe pain and wondered what it was. Read further to identify this nagging pain, along with many other possible injuries, as well as helpful tips on how to treat them.
  • Brad Gould
    Published 2 years ago
    How Soccer Cleats Should Fit

    How Soccer Cleats Should Fit

    Your soccer cleats should fit like a natural extension of your feet. With your feet being your most valuable asset on the field, you'll want to be sure they are comfortable, secure, and even safe. Wearing ill fitting cleats can harm more than just the game; it can ultimately lead to injury, as well. Complete range of motion is a must, as is flexibility. From the shape of your cleats to the placement of your laces, you have to consider several factors before you commit to a soccer shoe.
  • Morgan E. Westling
    Published 2 years ago
    How Soccer Players Can Avoid Hamstring Injuries

    How Soccer Players Can Avoid Hamstring Injuries

    We all know soccer players ham up injuries in an effort to sway the ref to issue a yellow card. However, injuries are also a real part of playing soccer. Injuries in soccer are very common because it is both a contact sport and a highly cardio intensive sport. The hamstring muscle is used nonstop when playing soccer, and hamstring strain is one of the top muscle injuries most soccer players deal with. While many coaches focus on hamstring stretching as a top priority, there are specific ways to avoid hamstring injuries that people may not be aware of. The Journal of Sports Medicine has done ample research on injury prevention for this muscle group and identified risk factors. The best ways to prevent hamstring injuries is to start with being prepared.