Sports teach the aspect of teamwork because they have to work with other people in order to achieve the same goal. It makes you not worry about what you're doing, but working together to get done what needs to be done.
"It makes you not worry about what you're doing, but working together to get done what needs to be done." Not exactly true.
Team sports teach team work because, you the individual need to preform your duties/ responsibility to the best of your ability and expect the same from the person next to you, in order for the team, as a unit, to perform at the best of its ability.
The team can only preform as well as its weakest link, and you don't want to be that link, nor does anyone else. You up your performance and so will your teammates, making for a stronger team.
If you don't have a team in sports it makes everything Harder! Imagine if you are playing soccer and you don't have a goalie, the other team passes it around and gets past your guys and. You need a goalie otherwise you won't win, it's the same thing for hockey. Another reason if you are playing football and you are the quarterback. You say "Hike" and there isn't an offensive line and now four 250 pound men are sprinting at you. I guess what I'm saying is if you don't work together you aren't going to win a game. No matter if you are Kobe Bryant, Tom Brady, or David Beckham.
It's all about team work. Like they've always told me, "There is no 'I' in teamwork". So you have to cooperate with each member in order to win games or excel in a sport. In some sports that you're alone, you still need to cooperate with the coach when he/she is training you.
It makes it easier to do things with others and as a team you can all be winners...
sports teach teamwork because all the players are working together to win
It can help by working with your team to achieve goals by using teamwork and cooperating which will give you an advantage to work well with other people.
if one fails punish them all
it builds team confidence
About 1% of the population become part of professional sports. It takes talent, focus, and some luck to join a team.
Team Sports help you because they teach you how use sportsmanship. Which helps you move on in life.
In soccer, like most other team sports, the captain is chosen by the coach, the players, or even the club. The qualities to look for in a good team captain is: leadership, enthusiasm, will to work hard, and encouraging.
sports help to work as a team. it develops confidence.
you have to play for a sports team to become a talent scout it takes years of experience, you have to eye the best players from high school and college
join team sports, and date a cheerleader
Soccer has personally impacted my life through how it encourages my competitive spirit, made me more of a team player and help me become more social. Psychologically it has been said that people who play sports tend to become more outgoing, due to increased confidence from the sport.