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Competitive Soccer is Training KILLERS


A great soccer player is trained to follow the play, and fluidly solve hypothetical scenarios – until the ball actually comes to her/him, and they’re forced to execute. A well trained soccer player will follow the play around the field thinking “If this, then this“, and then – BAM!

The military trains it’s people the same way.

SOCOM: Special Operations Military Command units are military personnel of the highest caliber – guys like Navy SEALS, Army Green Berets, Delta Force, Air Force Combat Controllers, and Marines. They’re trained to overcome life or death situations in the most effective and quickest way possible. These aren’t “problems“, they’re “situations“, because problems need to be solved, but situations are rehearsed.

They’re also trained to improvise, when necessary.

Like well trained military personnel, well trained soccer players have been rehearsing on-field situations to the point that nothing surprises them. However, when things don’t go as planned, they have the confidence to improvise.

Many military personnel and MOST SOCOM personnel were athletes.  Great athletes are usually the ones who thrive in SOCOM.

Competitive soccer athletes have all the mental & physical tools to become members of the most exclusive military units in the world. However, you must keep in mind that any military duty has the possibility of F’ing you up physically & mentally.

Other careers that are great for athletes are fireman, paramedics, Coast Guard and Border Patrol. These are all physical jobs with the high pressure situations that athletes look for… and they pay more than most pro soccer contracts.

The fact is that the cost of competitive youth soccer just doesn’t justify playing for a soccer scholarship in college – and most college programs won’t give your competitive soccer athlete the kind of opportunities that great athletes are looking for. The military career options and other careers mentioned above don’t require college.

People by nature are herd animals; we like being part of a team. Youth soccer creates great, high level, high intensity thinkers who do well on the same sorts of teams in the real world. The military has those sorts of teams.


About Author

Mike Slatton is a 2nd generation American youth soccer coach since 1984, and the son of one of the nation's first female licensed youth soccer coaches (Anita Slatton, 1979). He's also a professional soccer scout, a player since 1977, and the father of three adult and teenage children who all play or have played the game. "My job as a youth soccer coach is to develop confident, detail oriented problem solvers who can react quickly under pressure. It's important that players NOT be afraid of making mistakes, to encourage an appreciation of failure as a learning tool. This relates to life - not just soccer."


  1. Hi – suggest removing this article – not sure what it is saying. Seems tongue in cheek, and the title is truly offending, it detracts from the awesome insight you are providing elsewhere. I want to refer my friends and family and even point our recreational soccer coach to this website but this one is too much so don’t think I can… this article is too hard to understand and potentially offensive. reconsider?

    • Thank you. The purpose of every article on this website is to engage the reader and foster conversation. If you don’t agree that great athletes will make great special forces military personnel, that’s alright – Leave your comment and I will publish it. I will NOT censor you. It is a fact that many soccer, football, baseball and other athletes go into the military. To date, the US Military has 2,000,000 fit and ready personnel serving us. Another fact is that military personnel are trained to execute maneuvers that kill their opponent. Soccer is a contact sport and the first contact sports were invented to TRAIN & CONDITION THEIR WARRIORS. If killing people offends you, then don’t support our military, don’t encourage your children to sign up to serve and don’t sign your child up to play contact sports.

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