Good city's regions for pick-up games

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ImpossibleIsNothing6
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Good city's regions for pick-up games

Post by ImpossibleIsNothing6 » 22 Oct 2010, 22:30

I live in Australia, 14 years of age, year 9, on the Central Coast, 1 hour north of Sydney. The only pick-up games here are at school, during breaks, and their arn't many players better then me to play with, but it's still what my training is based around, and it's probably responsible for %60 of my skill level.

The thing is.. I don't know what I'm goin to do when school finishes, the're is literally nothing out of school for pick-up soccer :/ Me and two of my friends have plans to move to England, but it honestly seems financially unrealistic.

What seems a little more realistic is to move somewhere in Australia, where their is plenty of pick-up soccer?

Any suggestions please? :?:
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Post by collin » 23 Oct 2010, 15:11

join adult leagues. and you dont have to play pick-up soccer. I never play pick up soccer so i just do training sessions twice as much.

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Post by ImpossibleIsNothing6 » 23 Oct 2010, 21:40

collin wrote:join adult leagues. and you dont have to play pick-up soccer. I never play pick up soccer so i just do training sessions twice as much.
I disagree with that first statement partially, even if it's not pick-up soccer, you should be playing some kind of matches on a weekly basis.

I will look into some adults leagues, my local club has a "premier league" which is a fairly high standard of football, even though its still at an amateur level. It consists of 16yrs+ players, so in a couple of years time that could get me on track i guess...

Still however, is anybody able to answer my initial question?
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Post by nick117 » 23 Oct 2010, 21:53

The problem is we don't (i'm assuming) live in Australia how should we know about pick up games thousands of miles away?

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Post by ImpossibleIsNothing6 » 23 Oct 2010, 22:09

Well i was hoping someone from down under could give me help ^
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Post by collin » 24 Oct 2010, 14:20

i play games just not pick up soccer is what i was trying to say

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