A good soccer video or game can really spark a kid’s interest in learning the game.
It is also a fun learning and motivational tool to see some of the best players making incredible shots or saves.
Ok, I confess. As a parent I probably enjoy a good sports video as much as my kids, but that’s just a little perk of being a parent.
This soccer video list is comprised of a mixture of topics including “best of”, World Cup, USA soccer, and a few fun soccer learning videos. There are many more videos on the market that I have not listed. You can find them in Soccer.com's video department .
Also, I have a separate soccer video page for parents and coaches . Check it out for more ideas.
If a review is available, there will be a link to the right of the title. If you have a review of a particular video, please share it. I will gladly post it on the website. Also, if you have a soccer video to recommend that doesn’t show up on this page let me know.
All The Goals of World Cup 2006 – New! A must have for anyone who loves soccer!
Relive the excitement of all 147 goals scored in the 2006 FIFA World Cup!
The Goal of the Tournament was remarkable and performed with much flair as Maxi Rodriguez of Argentina provided a chest and volley scorcher in the 98th minute to beat Mexico and send Argentina into the quarter-finals.
The Stars of World Cup 2002 – The greatest highlights of the greatest players in the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho of champion Brazil, England's Beckham and Owen, Germany's Klose and Kahn, Raul of Spain, Ireland's Robbie Keane and many, many more!
Team USA – Coming of Age – The USA put the soccer world on notice that they are a force to be reckoned with as they took the 2002 FIFA World CupTM by storm. Through the three First Round games, starting with one of the biggest upsets in U.S. soccer history by shocking 5th ranked Portugal, then stunning arch rival Mexico in the 2nd Round, to giving world power Germany a run to the end before succumbing to lady luck, the highlights of Team USA’s five matches in the 2002 FIFA World CupTM are in this soccer video.
Littlest Leaguers: Learn to Play Soccer – NEW! Just released, this soccer video is recommended for ages 3-8. No idea if it is any good so buyer beware. Let me know if you try it.
Soccer for Kids- Getting Started – Here is a review that was posted: ”Actually, checked this out from the library several years ago. My daughter who has turned into a reasonably good soccer player (not necessarily thanks to this video, but...) really liked this video at the age of 7-8 years and actually remembers it. It is a basic resource that will hold their attention and can be the basis for a conversation on what they should be doing on the field. It is not comprehensive, but a good start for young kids in playing fundamentals.”
The Fundamentals of soccer with Stinky Shoe & Coach LaRoo DVD – Here is a review that was posted: ” This production brings it all home; rules, methods of playing and the importance of teamwork. The use of animated characters keeps the kids interested and the coaching fits right in. My kids really liked watching people like themselves learning for the first time. It just made the first trip to the practice a lot better than it could have been. I learned a lot about the rules of the game, so it has helped me to answer questions that my kids ask. There's nothing else like it available and I really recommend it.
Soccer Videos from Soccer.com
Here is a short soccer video list that I could only find at Soccer.com. Go to the Soccer.com soccer video store to look these over.
Ultimate Soccer Bloopers
202 Great Saves
Best of Manchester United
Any World Cup Video Imaginable