Just like the big guys, kids play competitive football. They start in pee-wee leagues and go all the way through high school and college. They have winners and looser, divisions and playoff games leading up to the final game of the year, but why are more children turning their backs on organized sports, like football?
Seventy percent of children in the US leave the arena by the time they are 13 years old. Naturally, sports aren’t for everyone, but 70% is a big number that begs the question; why? When party bus Hamilton pulls into the parking lot of Super Bowl 51 this coming Sunday, I would be curious how many kids are even interested spectators. Contonue Reading Young Athletes See Things Differently