5 reasons why soccer is good for your child

Hey there! Is your child starting to develop an interest in soccer? Maybe his dream is to become the next Messi or Ronaldo? Are you still half-decided if playing soccer is good for your child? Here are 5 reasons why we think soccer is great for junior:

by Treiner


Posted 3 months ago


5 reasons why soccer is good for your child

1.Health Benefits – Physical & Mental

Tackling, heading, kicking, running, and sprinting… not only does it help improve physical strength, these activities also increase heart rate and promote flow of blood and oxygen to the brain. With the stimulation in production of hormones that enhance growth of brain cells, it is also linked with better memory and quicker learning!
Best of all, it can also help them relieve stress and anxiety with the release of endorphins!

2.Improves Coordination - Foot-eye coordination

Some of us may think that coordination levels are pre-determined. Truth is, it is actually a learnable skill, and soccer is one sport that helps to improve motor skills. Dribbling, free kick with precision and even making adjustments to intercept the ball are coordination exercises that help your child balance, orientate, adapt and react. Coordination skills can be easily trained with a private soccer coach, where they will conduct personalised practices to work on junior’s coordination. Such skills can help your child perform future adult tasks as well, such as driving.

3.Build life lessons – Trust, Confidence, Discipline, Perseverance

Soccer is more than just a game; it teaches important lifelong lessons that mould your child’s character. Playing a team sport helps build trust and confidence in them and others, while following rules instills discipline. When the tough gets going in a game, they develop perseverance and find ways to overcome limitations. And at the end of it all, they learn to handle successes and setbacks early in life. Having the right soccer trainer is also an essential part in building up your child’s confidence.

4.Sense of belonging – Increase in happiness

Having a sense of belonging is one of the basic human needs. This belonging helps them feel valued, accepted and supported. With a collective goal to succeed in the game, it builds a strong bond and community between your child and other players. This gives them a greater sense of happiness, and improved well-being.
Happy child = Happy parents!

5.Fun! Fun! Fun!

What’s fun isn’t just about dribbling the ball and scoring a goal! Your child will enjoy little things that go beyond the game: Dancing in the changing room… Making up cheers with the team… Goal celebrations… And most importantly... half-time snack!

Ready to find the right dedicated training coach for your child? Whether you’re looking for a 1-on-1 session or a small group coaching, Treiner provides safe* and experienced professionals that can help your child develop their fullest potential. Start achieving your child’s goals today with Treiner.

*All our soccer coaches have been reference checked, possess a valid Working with Children check, and have been covered through Treiner’s insurance.


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