Helps stay fit and healthy
Improves social skills
Develops positive self-esteem
Builds cooperation, teamwork and sharing
Team sports improve positive social behaviors.
Teenagers who participate in team sports are happier, increase self-esteem, and are less anxious, with a decreased risk of suicidal behaviour.
Ability to “read the environment” and respond with appropriate decisions.
Football is a family of team sports that involve, to varying degrees, kicking a ball to score a goal. It is a sports game whose participants hit the ball with their feet or head, trying to put it in the goal. Playing 2 teams of 11 players (1 goalkeeper) in a rectangular (100-110 × 64-75 m) square (often in the lawn) with a gate of 7.42 m wide and 2.44 m high (with a net) at both ends. The winner is the team that won more goals. There are 2 quarters of 45 minutes played (with a 15-minute break); women play 2 halves after 40 min (with a 10 min break). The match is headed by 3 judges: 1 square and 2 side. There are dozens of styles of football, the most common European and American football.