When players suit up for a season a few things go on in their heads. They may wonder who their coach is going to be, if they will like their teammates, and what position they are going to play.
Few players worry about there equipment (aside from their ball), but equipment is very important. Equipment:
Soccer Equipment List
Protects players shins and ankles from the kicks that they
receive. It is recommended that you buy shin-guards with an ankle guard. Make sure that they shin-guards that you purchase are an adequate length; some shin-guards are too small.
Most players get excited about purchasing a ball, so you don’t need to worry about this one. Make sure you check with your league before purchasing so you buy the right size.
Your uniform be provided when you sign-up for a league.
Cleats provide the stability needed to play soccer efficiently. Though buying cleats seems like a nominal task, it should not be taken lightly. Every player favors a different type of cleat, and sizes vary widely. When buying cleats, utilize a specialists help so you can get the proper boot.
Leather seems to be the best type, though it is not as flashy as other material. Don’t worry about the look of a cleat (though many professional players wear flashy ones) because it really depends on the player.