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Kids' Soccer Jerseys, Cleats & Clothes

 
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The season is here, which means it's time to outfit your stars to-be in kids' soccer clothes and shoes from adidas. They need a lot of gear, and luckily we have everything, making it your one-stop shop. From cleats to shin guards to shorts, get them ready to dominate the competition with kids' soccer gear that features the same high-tech elements of the world-class adult soccer gear adidas is famous for. And with a wide selection of kids' replica soccer jerseys, you can have them rooting for their favorite squad every day of the week.
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adidas Kids' Soccer Gear

Soccer moms and dads have plenty of choices when they're helping a young athlete prepare for competitive or recreational soccer. Give your rising star a head start and a confidence boost with kids' soccer gear from adidas that will keep them playing their best from practice to game day. Our soccer gear covers footwear for all playing surfaces and styles, from firm ground cleats made for racing across the field to low-profile turf shoes primed to control the indoor game. In addition to kids' soccer cleats, we've got the hardware to keep kids covered on field, from goalkeeper gloves to shin guards. Choose from slip-in shin guards to ones with straps or ankle protection. Our goalkeeper gloves come with and without FINGERSAVE spines for added support, and they're available in all sorts of styles and wild prints. And if your little one dreams of soccer all day, pick up a NFHS-approved soccer balls, so they can practice just like their favorite pro players.

Kit your young athlete out in kids' soccer clothes that will keep them moving freely on field. From chilly training sessions to warm-weather matches, adidas makes kids' soccer jerseys, shorts and pants fit for all occasions. For cool days, they can warm up with kids' soccer pants and jackets insulated with COLD.RDY. Opt for RAIN.RDY layers when grey clouds gather over the pitch, and choose apparel with WIND.RDY for blustery days. Athletes play their best when they feel totally in the zone, which isn't possible when they're focusing on the weather. And make sure to pick up a pair of long socks. Our match and training socks are available with light compression for extra support as well as the moisture-absorbing comfort of AEROREADY. Browse our selection of kids' soccer gear to get your young athlete ready to play.

Kids' Soccer Jerseys, Cleats & Clothes Frequently Asked Questions

Kids who are 7 and younger usually use a size 3 kids' soccer ball, which is a good size to get a feel for team play. For kids ages 8-11, upgrade to the size 4. Read our blog to learn more about choosing the right soccer ball size.
Choose kids' soccer cleats based on the type of field they'll play on. If they're playing on dry natural grass, choose soccer cleats with a firm-ground (FG) outsole. For artificial turf, look for a turf outsole. For offensive positions and attackers, a lightweight cleat is best. Defenders and midfielders need protection and ankle support, so choose a mid- or high-cut cleat with thicker material.
Metal cleats are sometimes allowed in youth soccer, but rules change from league to league. Ask your kid's soccer league if metal cleats are allowed. Metal cleats can potentially cause injury to other players or the person wearing them. For safety, each game's referee has the final say on whether metal soccer cleats are allowed.