When playing small sided soccer is indoor or outdoor best? We looked at both sides and came up with it comes down to preference. I know shocking! So what are the key differences between an indoor and an outdoor pitch?
Let’s look at Indoor Soccer First
With indoor soccer the natural elements are not in play, pun intended. Wind, rain, snow, ice, mud, and grass stains (for you soccer moms out there) are not an issue. Play any time of the year in a temperature controlled environment. Most indoor centers use artificial turf, while this can have some drawbacks it also has some positives! Artifical turf will be a level and balanced playing field. We all know how difficult it is to keep a beautiful clean yard of our own but having ten to twenty teams practicing and playing with cleats on is even more difficult. No holes or the ever so random patch of grass to trip over by accident.
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