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Do You Want More Football? Check This Out!
Dec 27th, 2018 by admin

If you are a football enthusiast, you’re probably always thinking about the game. Playing soccer, even at a less competitive level, requires a great deal of stamina. Unfortunately, sometimes your body may not allow you to play the game throughout. Thankfully, there are several alternative games for your soccer skills, offering the same experience you’d get playing soccer. They include:

Indoor Soccer

Indoor soccer is a game adapted for play in a walled indoor arena. Since there are no sidelines, the ball remains pretty much in play constantly. This makes the game just as tiring as outdoor soccer. But, if you are concerned about your fitness level, don’t worry, recreational leagues usually allow for unlimited substitutions. Indoor soccer is generally played in a gymnasium or in outdoor arenas surrounded by walls like a basketball court, using a soccer-sized tennis ball.

Headis

Headis is basically a hybrid sport that combines aspects of table tennis and football. The game is played on a table with similar dimensions to that of a table tennis table. However, rather than using paddles and ping pong balls, players in this game use their heads and soccer balls. To play Headis well, you’ll have to be great at heading a soccer ball. Plus, the gameplay is similar to that of table tennis.

Footbag Net

Footbag Net is another hybrid sport that combines elements of volleyball, badminton, tennis, and soccer. Players kick a footbag over a 5-feet tall net, using only their feet. Footbag net, when played professionally, requires some astounding and intimidating skills. But, you can also enjoy the game at a more casual level with friends and family.

Football Manager

Soccer-themed games are not limited to the physical realm. Football manager is a video game that gives you the opportunity to manage a soccer team in a fun and rewarding way. Managing a soccer team requires you to have an intelligent understanding of the game, see the bigger picture, negotiate contracts, know the strengths and weaknesses of players, scout talent, and understand formations and tactics. All these skills are required when playing football manager, making it a great way to test your soccer intellect. The game has significantly evolved over the years that even real-life professional soccer teams use it as a scouting aid.

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