There is a dot net website called Soccer Referee Information or SOCREF. This site is intended to be a source for information for current and aspiring soccer referees.
On the Cornish Soccer website one can find information about the soccer teams and leagues in that local area. One can find league tables, fixtures and other information.
Job information can be found at the Soccer Positions website. In fact, it has a huge database regarding all kinds of Soccer jobs that are readily available.
This link had some good information. http://www.mlsplayers.org/salary_info.html This link had some good information.
The information available on Medio Tiempo is all about soccer. It is possible to watch videos and get information about soccer on this website.There is also the possibility to ask questions and give comments.
As I am Japanese, it is baseball and soccer, for your information!
Having played soccer for a very long time I may be able to answer your questions but you might need to be more specific :)
An introduction to the origins of soccer, its history and a bit of other general information can be viewed by using the link below and visiting the page put up by our friends at Wikipedia.
You didn't really give us much information to go on. What about soccer and your parents? What is the specific problem you want advice with?
The Crusaders Soccer team based in Christchurch and competes in the Super Rugby competition according to information that is available on the internet.
The soccer referee is like the umpire in baseball. They call the fouls and keep time. Try visiting the related link for more information on this.
Goalkeeper Kristof Van Hout is the world's tallest soccer player. The tallest outfield soccer player is Yang Changpeng.See the related link below for more information.