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Soccer is not known as the “world game” without good reason. Soccer is played in over 200 countries and loved by boys and girls alike. The first professional soccer game was between the Scottish and the English in 1888 and has only grown in popularity. The game is fun for kids and youth and teaches agility and teamwork. Here are some terms to know if you or your kid is interested in joining a soccer team or club.

  • FIFA – FIFA is the International Federation of Association Football, the governing body for all soccer. Soccer is played by the English, Italians, Americans and teams from over 200 countries worldwide and FIFA is responsible for organizing tournaments and enforcing rules. FIFA for the national girl’s league was inducted in 1991.
  • Misconduct – Soccer has a set of rules known as the Laws of the Game that must be followed and when a rule is broken it is known as misconduct. It is important for youth to learn the rules of soccer from their coach to ensure that all teams are safe and can have fun while still remaining competitive.
  • Roster – A roster is a list of the players on a soccer team signifying who will play which position in a game.
  • World Cup – The World Cup is the ultimate soccer game which occurs every four years. This is an international game. The World Cup is organized and overseen by FIFA.
  • Shin Guards – Shin guards are a piece of equipment worn as part of the soccer uniform along with a jersey, shoes, socks and shorts. Shin guards are made from fiberglass, foam rubber or plastic and protect the shins from the soccer ball and are required by soccer clubs for players.
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    Eclipse Soccer Club
    4638 Riverstone Blvd Ste 200, Missouri City, TX 77459
    (281) 261-5600
    Missouri City United Soccer Association
    7223 Bethany Bay Dr, Missouri City, TX 77459
    (281) 403-2200
    Eastern District Division
    11011 Sageorchard Ln, Houston, TX 77089
    (281) 484-4710
    Eclipse Soccer Club
    48 Bradford Cir, Sugar Land, TX 77479
    (281) 265-0569
    Southwest Indoor Soccer
    12950 Sugar Ridge Blvd, Stafford, TX 77477
    (281) 564-7947
    Timberline Houston
    8403 Williamcrest Ln, Houston, TX 77071
    (832) 487-9546
    Soccer World Center
    6510 Rohan Rd, Richmond, TX 77469
    (832) 595-8199
    Soccer Barrio Alto
    6909 Hillcroft St, Houston, TX 77081
    (713) 271-0809
    Paparrucho's Indoor Soccer
    7115 Clarewood Dr, Houston, TX 77036
    (713) 270-4300
    Sugar Land Soccer Club
    16426 Concord Falls Ln, Sugar Land, TX 77498
    (281) 265-4010
    Mary's Group III LLC
    10627 Kinghurst St, Houston, TX 77099
    (281) 933-9678
    Inner Citysoccer
    4212 Canal St, Houston, TX 77003
    (713) 514-0834
    Westburysoccer Club
    35580 Po Box, Houston, TX 77235
    (713) 729-6062
    Kicks Indoor Soccer
    611 Shepherd Dr, Houston, TX 77007
    (713) 426-1107
    Alief Soccer Club
    17245 Westheimer Pkwy, Houston, TX 77082
    (281) 597-1420


    Soccer clubs are organizations or programs that involve soccer leagues or teams. Soccer is an indoor or outdoor recreational sport that involves two teams, each of them having 11 players. The object of this game is to score points by kicking a ball into the opposing team's net to score a goal. Often soccer clubs involve regular training, coaching, and tryouts. Tryouts are held in order to see what youth boys or girls can make the team and what positions on the team they will hold. A certain type of sporting gear is worn in this sport. The apparel usually consists of a short-sleeved jersey shirt, shorts, and soccer cleats. There are many retail sporting goods shops and stores in the country that sell these products. They also sell soccer balls, gloves, protective cups, headbands, water bottles and shin guards. If you join a soccer club or recreational program, you will receive some lessons and training in order to play the game. Many schools have soccer teams that feature prominent team captains. They often compete in tournaments and against other schools. There are also professional leagues and associations that have soccer teams of their own. They typically encourage more rigorous training and practice schedules to attend. You may want to check into local clubs and training programs in order to learn more about this unique and exciting sport. This will allow you to find out the specifics and details that pertain to clubs and training leagues in your town or city. Just be sure to ask any specific questions that you wish to have addressed.
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