It depends on what style you are writing in.
Typical AP format dictates that a soccer team of females is known as Girls' Soccer.
I could be wrong on this one, but I think MLA format rules contrarily. In MLA, I do believe it is Girl's Soccer.
All soccer players? No. Some? Yes. Soccer is played by people from all walks of life.
Soccer and football r the same thing
Africa's most played sport is football (soccer)
Lou Gehrig played Baseball, football and soccer while attending Commerce High School.
YES there are soccer in high school every high school have a soccer cond.
Yes they did. It was being played hundreds of years before that.
Soccer is played at Connections, in a soccer field, and any other places where soccer is played.
If you are in good physical condition and can run, it is possible to make the team.
football, soccer, basketball, hockey, swimming
steve nash and rajon rondo
sort of. if you've played it before then you'll know
You probably need a possessive: girls' soccer team (the team that belongs to the girls, the team they are part of). But don't be shocked if you see it without the apostrophe-- sometimes people just write it the way you did, even though it should have the apostrophe.