Team sport can be a great way for you to stay in shape and get fit. It can also be a fun way to meet new people and improve your social skills.
Team sports develop leadership characteristics, namely, a willingness to work with others and respect for authority. They also help athletes learn how to handle difficult situations.
They also teach kids the value of hardwork, sacrifice and consistency in life. They teach kids to be resilient and strong, and they give them a sense of belonging.
Children often enjoy playing a sport and become passionate about it as they grow older. They can also build relationships with teammates and coaches that they can carry with them throughout their lives.
Students who play sports tend to excel in school, have higher grades and self-esteem. They may also be less likely to drop out of school or get involved in drugs or alcohol.