no they don't have to pay
Pay-to-play sports require payments to play.
Sports sponsors really just pay for player salaries and in some sports player tranfers. Also for the teams equipment team travel paying scouts etc.
No you do not need a scholarship to play college sports. You need a scholarship to pay tuition.
The teams that they play on pay the players' salaries. The revenue that the teams take in from ticket sales, television agreements, revenue sharing, etc provide the funds that allow those teams to have the capital to pay the players.
No they come in free as they are guests.
They pay sports such as Football, soccer, and baseball.
Kids should not pay for sports because students should have fun.There wouldn't be fun if you have to pay a lot of money each month or year in a sport.Another reason why kids should not pay for sports is because less kids would join to play on a sport.Parents might not have the money to pay each month or year for a sport.It's a school's job to fund these activities and not a kids'. Students should participate in sports and not worry about paying.
You have to pay your schools athletic fee. All school are different. At my school it costs 25 dollars to play any sports.
Varies from team to team. Some teams pay upwards of 500 a week for starters, and yet other teams make you pay to play. It all depends on the league and teams. I play for a non profit team, all of our proceeds go the local youth football league.
yes its good that we have sports teams in elementary schools because kids focus more and pay more attention to the teacher and it doesn't just benefit the kids it also benefits the teachers by less fidgeting in class and less fooling around
It is a person who is like a coach only they pay people to play you and they have more famous sports
0 if your in the middle school and up.....and about 90%in elementary because you have to pay to play recreation leagues