NO...go get a real job!!!
the youngest professional soccer player is Freddy Adu. He is 19 years old.
26 years is a little to late in football, all join when 8 years old.
30 years old
until they get injured
it took me about 3 years to become a badminton player
soccer players have to stay 2 years in high schoo
After years of playing soccer with long hours of intense practice, a player could be scouted during a local team game by a scout from a professional team, you then go to a try out and hopefully get on
They have to be 18 and their career end about when they have 40 years old.
NO! it takes years of dedication and practice
A professional who keeps himself in peak condition could have a career of around 20 years.
first of all its football, not soccer, and there's no college to become a FOOTBALL player, you get picked up by clubs when your young and developed from youth
It depends what college you are going to.
no you have to train for a long time to get your game on ... :( yes, some people are bourn with a natural talent on the ball, but years of practice are needed to become a true all-around player in football. Also a lot of professional teams look for fitness as well most people just do not have the fitness to play at a professional level.
Well there is no official time for a person to become a soccer player as long as you are incredibly good and you must at least be recognized and recommended by a scout from a school or soccer academy.
yes, you have to go to college for seven years.
you could be 15 to 25 years old
Is going to be on the road for who ever Whats to follow this career
It takes as long as a player needs to become very good so it could take a month or it could take 5 years
U.S. Soccer player Oguchi Onyewu began his professional club career with Metz of Ligue 2 in France in 2002, after two years of college soccer at his university, Clemson.
practise day and day out and go to a club