Bestselling Boys' Soccer Jerseys in 2020
adidas Youth Soccer Estro Jersey, White/Black, Medium
- Climalite Keeps Your Body Dry By Drawing Sweat Away From The Skin
- Embroidered Logo
- Slim, Athletic Fit
JerzeHero Argentina Messi #10 Kids Youth Soccer Gift Set ? Soccer Jersey ? Shorts ? Jersey Drawstring Bag ? Home or Away ? Short Sleeve or Long Sleeve (YL 10-13 yrs, Away Long Sleeve)
Nike Youth United States Away Stadium Soccer Jersey (Black) (Large)
- 100% Polyester
- Regular fit
- Slim fit
- Fan style printing available
- Machine washable
GamesDur Real Madrid RONALDO #7 Black Dragon Soccer Kids Jersey & Short & Sock & Soccer Bag Youth Sizes (7-8 Years)
- GamesDur Real Madrid RONALDO #7 Black Dragon Soccer Kids Jersey & Short & Sock & Soccer Bag Youth Sizes
- Matching shorts,socks and bag included.
- 100% Poleyster
- Limited Black Dragon Edition
GamesDur 2017/2018 Real Madrid Ronaldo #7 Third Soccer Kids Jersey & Short & Sock & Soccer Bag Youth Sizes (3-4 Years)
2015/2016 Barcelona Kids Youth Soccer Football Socks (home)
- Barcelona Socks For Kids.
- Best Quality
- New 2016-2017 season edition
StarSoccer Messi #10 New 2017-2018 FC Barcelona Home Jersey & Shorts for Kids/Youth (7-8 Years Old)
Youth FC Barcelona Messi 10 Jersey/Shorts Football Soccer (Drifit) (8-10 yrs, With Socks)
Long Sleeve Lionel Messi Argentina "Air Messi"T-Shirt YOUTH LARGE
- Stylish shirt!
- Ships Within 1-2 Business Days
- 100% Preshrink Cotton
MadSportsStuff Soccer Ball Crew Socks (Red/Black, Small)
- PERFECT SOCCER SOCKS: Add of a touch of fun to the season with this fresh take on the traditional soccer sock. This sock is a crew length (hits mid-calf) and comes in many team color combinations. Sure to be a hit with young girls and teens alike!
- ACCURATE SIZING: Shoe Size: Small Youth 12-5 or Womens 4-7, Medium - Womens 7-10 or Mens 6-9, Large - Womens 10-13 or Mens 9-12, X-Large Womens 13+ or Mens 12+
- PERFORMANCE MATERIALS: Fiber Contents: 77% Polypropylene, 17% Nylon, 3% Elastic , 3% Lycra Spandex
- PERFORMANCE FEATURES: Moisture Wicking, Arch and Ankle Compression to reduce fatigue, Blister Control, Lightweight, Double Welt Top, Heel/Toe Design, Infused Alphasan Antimicrobials control bacteria and odor
- QUALITY CONSTRUCTION: Made with love in the USA
Nike Kids United States Home Stadium Soccer Jersey (Youth Medium) White
- Brand New With Tags
- Worn during 2016-17 season
- Not Recommended to Wash Above 30 Degrees
- Suitable for Kids - Available in Multiple Sizes
- Size : MB 27-29" Chest (69/75cm)
GamesDur 2016/2017 Real Madrid Ronaldo #7 Home Long Sleeve Soccer Kids Jersey & Short Set Youth Sizes (5-6 Years)
- 2017/2018 Real Madrid RONALDO #7 Home Long Sleeve Soccer Kids Jersey & Short Set Youth Sizes
- Matching shorts,socks are included.
- 100% Poleyster
- New 2016/2017 Long Sleeve Edition
Barcelona Soccer Shirt Lionel Messi #10 Futbol Jersey Youth Long Sleeve T-shirt
- 100% Cotton
- High quality shirt
- Machine Washable
- Great gift for Leo Messi Fans
Norwalk's (CT) Possible Coming of Age
After a subpar year in 2020, this year's Norwalk boys soccer team looks to return to its successful tradition.
Norwalk, which made a surprising run to the Connecticut State Class LL Quarterfinals in 2020 before losing to perennial power Farmington, spent the majority of last season underachieving, showing glimpses of brilliance yet struggling to defend the goal consistently against even average offensive teams. There porous defense led to a regular season punctuated by disappointment and an eventual state tournament loss to Greenwich High, 1-0.
Determined to erase the subpar performances of 2020, Laughton has redirected his team psychologically, returning to the basics-not soccer fundamentals, but rather life's core ideals. He has spent the off-season driving home the concept of unadulterated and pure hard work, and he has pushed the players to realize that past success on any level, whether it be in high school or on the premiere pitch, provides them with not a single guarantee.
So, the march toward winning begins from the bottom up, and Norwalk seems to now understand that a successful program, one that can sustain maximum effort on a daily basis and one that expects more from itself even on its best days, must appreciate its tradition. Laughton, a coach mature well beyond his years in both his knowledge of the game and his intricate perceptions of human nature, has surrounded himself and players with the program's history.
Throughout the late '80s and up through the mid-90s, Norwalk possessed adequate talent yet never found a way to crack into the highly competitive FCIAC. However, with ten wins in the fall of 1998, the program began to change, resulting in a regular season and league tournament championship in 2002 and both a league and state finals appearance in 2004, Norwalk became a well-recognized name across Connecticut and a regular member of the state's top ten.
Now, aside from reminding his players that an endless number of players came before them who sacrificed so much to let this current crop of athletes play with the respect and reputation they do, Laughton has brought former coaches and players back as members of his staff, all with the intent of making the experience each player has one that is valuable and rich. He knows that to stay motivated a team needs an entrenched reason, one that resonates in their souls.
As Norwalk takes the field this fall, the focus on excellence in training and a simple philosophy of trying to play their best each moment will serve as the backbone for what they all hope is their coming of age. Gone is relying on reputation and different players' individual accomplishments. Instead, each athlete is a cog in the machine, no one more important than the other, and each seeing that the team's success depends upon their true commitment to the vision Laughton has presented.
Getting young men to see the power of the past and to believe completely in a singular vision is an accomplishment in and of itself, yet Laughton, the ceaselessly motivated teacher he is, refuses to let that be the only goal. He sees clearly that his team expects results, and fortunately he has the talent to make some noise.
Despite the loss of Tyler Collins, a sweeper back headed for Division I American University, and all-league standout midfielder Wilfredo Arbieto, Norwalk owns more than enough to compete with nearly any team it encounters.
Norwalk is led by four-year starter and tri-captain Andres Torres, a fast and crafty forward with a penchant for finishing goals in big moments, and tri-captain Danny Quintero, a dynamic defender who should solidify the once-questionable back of the Bears' defense.
Torres will get considerable help up front, with junior Chris Puente, a three-year starter, and Junior Nic Zuniga feeding him dangerous balls. Surrounding them will be a solid caste of skilled, quick athletes who, if dedicated to performing their roles, can make Norwalk an offensive problem in each match.
Senior tri-captain Jake Zuniga will join Quintero in the back to solve the communication and execution issues of last year. All of the other positions across the pitch will be hotly contested, which results in a hungry group of starters supported by a deep bench capable of subbing in and keeping the level of play moving.
In the end, the opportunity exists for Norwalk to again compete for a league crown. However, the only way the change occurs is if this team decides to focus on all the right ideas, and think little about chasing a trophy. They must revise what they were and believe in the message their coach sends. They must defend tenaciously and attack intelligently. They must wear their jerseys with pride, truly appreciating the players who wore those same shirts years ago.
If they do, this team may just finally come of age.
Personal experience and observation as a former head coach at Norwalk High School