Some of the benefits of the activity for children. Soccer develops agility, speed and endurance. In addition, by playing soccer, children also learn the importance of teamwork and the value of individual effort in favor of the group.

Having to move the ball with the feet implies not only the development of eye-foot coordination, but also an important work of balance. This is due to the fact that, during some moments, the body is on one leg. In addition, feints and dribbles involve movements that require a lot of balance to avoid falling during turns.

On a social level, children who play soccer develop the ability to cooperate and interact with other children. In addition, in order to move the ball, it is necessary to know how to communicate. This involves speaking clearly, listening and also developing non-verbal communication skills.

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