Take the Pitch with the Best Gear

By Soccer Garage

When it comes to playing soccer, you’re other doing it right or you’re losing to someone who is. That’s about as simple as it gets. So if you want to take over the pitch, you better be spending hours a day on practicing as much as possible. Then, quite frankly, it’s all about looking the part.

Take the field with the best possible kit and you’ll feel like you’re the one who deserves to leave with the trophy. For most people this means wearing Adidas soccer shoes and jerseys. Both look  great, of course, and no company understands the sport—or sports in  general—than Adidas does.

Plus, there’s no better look available than an Adidas soccer jersey. It doesn’t just look amazing, it feels great at the same time. Adidas knows how to make their jerseys so they fit like a glove, move with you and breathe all at the same time. When you wear one of these jerseys, all you get is big advantages and make big plays. That’s how simple it is. So next time you take the pitch, do it in the right gear.


Whether you still play the game or it’s just a sport you watch on TV, there’s no such thing as a semi-serious soccer fan. That means you probably want all the best gear for this obsession of yours (and understandably so). Head over to Soccer Garage then for everything from the best ball to the Adidas f50 you want on your feet.


Tips for the beginner goalkeeper

Written by Soccer Garage

Here are some tips and tricks for the beginner goalkeeper:

Tip 1 – Close the gap in one on one situations. For example, an opposing player gets a breakaway and is heading towards you, what do you do? One of the three things: close the gap, or narrow the angle down, or come out of the box and smother the ball. Most experienced goalkeepers will tell you to get big on your opponent.

Tip 2 – Make a W with your fingers when making a save. You do this by making two V’s with your two index fingers and your thumbs. The time and shot will determine if you can do this, though it is not possible in all scenarios. You will be doing this with your goalkeeping gear.

Tip 3 – Communication is one of the most important things a goalkeeper can do. He is one of the few players that can see the whole field and is not always in play. Organize and communicate with the defense.

Tip 4 – Once you smother the ball and take possession, the next step is to send the ball back down the field. The main thing to remember is to kick the ball towards the side of the field and not the middle.

Tip 5 – Even in pickup games, always make sure to get a goalkeeper jersey that is distinct from the rest of the team.


Soccer Garage is a supplier of kids goalkeeper gloves and other soccer apparel, for both boys and girls.