From one perspective you could say plenty. Kids may want to get out, play sports, and compete...but can't because their family is dirt poor. Many sports involve a lot of expense. From another perspective, kids can go out and run races against each and do all sorts of other sports with other kids at absolutely no cost whatsoever. So it depends on what sports they may want to do. They can run a race with other kids for free, but could not do motorbike racing against each other for free. Even richer kids may have some sports that are beyond what they can afford. So there is no definitive answer.
There are different ways of looking at that. At their simplest levels, sports are free, in that you can go outside and do something like run a race with someone, or try to throw an object further than someone at no expense. There are lots of things that are sports and can be done for free. Onthat basis, all kids can afford sports. There are of course sports and levels of sports that cost money. While some kids may not be able to afford some sports, they may be able to afford others and they can do certain sports for free. Some may be able to do sports at school that do cost, with some or all of the expense being taken by the school. Community groups and charities often go to places where kids have very little and provide opportunities to participate in sports for free. So when you take all of these factors together, you can't really give a definitive answer.
A lot of kids but mostly the kids that play the sport wrong.
not that many
1 in 3 families
Cant you answer that
There are 30
Why dont kids play sports in high school?
So many kids play youth sports, that it is hard to keep track. Kids join and leave everyday! so it is almost impossible to know
not much because most people cant afford it