Wednesday, May 26, 2010

#25 First experience of a soccer game live!

Do you know how awesome it is to watch a soccer game live? If you don’t, you are missing out because there’s non-stop screaming everywhere. If it’s your first game, and you look at the field, you’ll say it’s awesome! At the beginning of the game, everyone cheers and they sing too, because they’re hoping to see their team win. When you look around, there are people eating, screaming, and hugging; you can see anything funny occur. You’ll get shocked if you hear inappropriate words because when the teams are “rivals” it can get messy.

A soccer game is so exciting. Unfortunately, it only lasts ninety minutes. When you’re watching, you have screaming behind your ears, beer falling on your feet, but you don’t mind that because you are too interested paying attention to the game. It might seem disgusting, but it isn’t. The first time is okay and the rest of the times you don’t mind it anymore. If you don’t pay attention to where the soccer ball has gone, you can get hit in the face because of how high and hard the players throw the ball.

When the players miss a shot on a goal, everyone goes nuts. They scream “awwww!” You do too, because you wonder how they could they miss that perfect shot! The players are perfect when they play. They might be a little rough when they get mad. Fights can occur. During a game, one player might push the other, or choke them. It’s interesting, and later the crowd starts to get loud and they say “boo!” for a long time until the referee gives a card to a player. It's mostly girls taking video or pictures. One of the best parts of the game is when your team makes a goal. It gets so loud and they throw confetti.

The drama and action make being in a live soccer game courageously AWESOME!



  1. There's nothing like it! The atmosphere is electric and that drumming can drive one mad! I love it, too. Awesome!

  2. I've never been to a soccer game, but it sounds like it's just as crazy and exciting as all the football games I've been to. Awesome!