yes there is
Yes. They have a soccer team(s).
well Belgium has a professional basket ball team and a professional soccer team. from all the statistics, soccer would be there main sport because they have won more soccer titiles that any other sport and there are more people trying out for soccer teams that any other sport.
not professional except if you mean by kid you mean 18 or older. but there are competitive teams in Tampa Bay
No, there aren't any professional sports teams in Virginia.
I do know they have a rugby and a soccer team but I amnt sure about any others. Sorry if its not much help.
You can join any form of Amatuer Football. However, you can't join a professional club or be payed for playing yet until you are 16
Yes! Girls can play just about any sports guys can play. (Football is a little different- there are no professional girls football teams).
Yes, a few. San Jose Sharks hockey team, Seattle Sounders soccer team amongst them.
None. And they really don't have any professional teams in the surrounding states, either.
there is the women's us soccer team.
There are professional cheerleading teams in the NFL (like the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders). However, many of these teams are actually dance teams that take the "cheerleader" title.
Montana does not have any professional sports teams
Yes most teams are professional or semi-professional in the Scottish Football League. Queens Park are famously amateur.
Any girl, girls special soccer teams exist.
Carl Robinson of Toronto FC in Major League Soccer (Both US and Canadian teams) makes $330K (US) a year. Link: http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/wire?section=soccer&id=3329838 Other professional teams in Canada (Vancouver, Montreal) play in the USL-1 which includes teams from the USA, Canada, and Puerto Rico. It is doubtful any player outside of MLS makes more than a 5 digit salary playing professional soccer in Canada.
You'd don't :p
There is no professional street soccer league, as for, the sport is more of a pastime.
try out! they hold many try-out throughout the united states and any other country! look on google for addresses of the next tryout spots for different teams. try out for multiple teams so if one doesnt take you, then another might.