There are many places to play football. Youth can join either youth contact leagues or local flag football leagues. Local YMCA's usually offer flag options. As kids get older there is middle and high school football. Adults who don't play college or professional can maybe tryout for semi-pro or arena teams, or recreational flag leagues for adults. Local parks departments often sponsor adult football activities.
It's football not soccer, and the kids are either supporters of the club or part of the clubs youth program.
Try any Footlocker Kids or Sporting Goods stores in the mall.
There are actually several places for kids in the Chicago area to play indoor soccer. Three examples of facilities that offer youth soccer leagues are Chicago Indoor Sports, Chicago Youth Soccer, and Chicagoland Indoor Soccer.
size 2y is 2 youth. it's for a child that is 7ish years old. There is c and y one is child for the younger kids and the y for youth.
Yes, there are. http://www.detroitlions.com/youth-programs/youth-football.html, is a summer football camp for kids run by the Detroit Lions. www.kidscamps.com/camps/michigan-football-camps.html has listing of other camps, as well.
In the world the of sport soccer defeats American Football by Millions. Soccer has more fans and kids playing. Even in the United States more kids play soccer as a youth.
I will say the last heavyweight team that just won the 2010 Championship is the Best in the youth football. That group of kids was the Best since they started in 2004 year. Especially they had this kid (marcese gonzales) that was so talented in football that they couldn't be stopped. He had the best quarterback (M. Bobo) & lineman/linebacker (Justice 'Maceo' Morgan) Last year in 2010 Championship in Grayslake,IL the Waukegan Chiefs Heavyweights went out as Champions! These kids took 2nd place at a nationals in St. Louis, Morgan, Bobo and Gonzales were all featured on ESPN for youth week. Those kids will always be remember as a great team through the youth football years.
Anyone can go bowling. It is a sport that is open to all ages and physical abilities. Most centres have a range of leagues that include bumper bowling leagues for kids, disability leagues, oldies leagues, beginners leagues, competitive leagues and fun leagues
Yes, there is one camp that has devoted football students in it. Baton Rouge has an AllStar Kids Football program for avid football players that you can find out more information about in http://allstarkidsfootball.com/.
Yes there are youth hostels which take in homeless kids or troubled kids with family or other issues