My Guide to Helping Get Your Children More Interested in Joining a Team

It’s vital that you do what you can to get your kids interested in joining a local sports team. You see, children need to enjoy team activities from a young age. This shows them the importance of teamwork and helps them to develop social skills. They have to interact with kids their own age and learn how to make friends and enjoy themselves.

So, if you are serious about getting your sprogs interested in a local team you will need a plan of action. One of my 2016 New Year’s goals will be to get my kids more active, and sports are a great way to do this. But, it’s no good trying to force it on them; you’ll have to choose something they have an interest in. Follow my plan of action to help get the children interested in joining a local sports team.

Find the Right Team for Them

The most important thing to remember when you first start out is that you need to choose the right team for them. Now, there is quite a lot of work involved in this part of the process. You’re going to need to do your homework. Research the teams, and speak to the parents of kids who are in local teams. The idea is to find the sort of place that’s going to be the right fit for your children. If you get this part right then the rest should prove to be much easier. However, pick the wrong team, and you may not recover.


Buy the Gear

Of course, you will want to make sure the children have the necessary gear. It’s no good them joining a sports team if they don’t have any of the relevant gear or equipment. This is going to alienate them from others on the team, and it will affect their ability to carry out their duties. Figure out everything they’re going to need before they join the team. Then make sure they have it all as soon as possible. You can always start with basic level equipment and then move up to the more expensive stuff later.

Train With Them

It is important as a parent to show a vested interest in what the children do. What is important to them needs to matter to you as well. This is what motivates and inspires them to keep up with it and could turn them into a sports star! If you can train with them outside of the team, you can help to develop and nurture their skills. It also gives you valuable parental bonding time.

End of Season Ceremony

The best sports teams and clubs to join are the ones that have end of season ceremonies. These are where the children are presented with trophies, medals and awards from Premier Trophies. It’s important for teams to recognise the contribution of the kids over the course of the season. The best teams to choose are the ones that do this, and that make sure everybody receives something.

Getting your children interested in sports is a fantastic thing for all parents. You want to make sure they have healthy and interesting hobbies. And this is an excellent way of making sure they get that. It’s important for your children to interact and socialise with other kids their age. And sports clubs and teams provide the ideal platform to do this.



Fee is a 35 year old mother of three, who has been on the blogging scene since 1996. Over the years she has tried to change her style but finds the personal diary effect to be her niche - there are not many of those around in the blogging world nowadays.

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