Having a child that wants to play every sport can be difficult as there is only so much free time to get them to training or matches. You will also need to get them kit for each sport because they will be playing a different sport for a different team. Here’s some ways to help your kid (and yourself) out!
When you kid plays more than one sport, you will inevitably have to spend lots of money on their teams match day kit and will also have to buy items for when they have training. The best way to save money in this situation is to not get the team’s training kit (if optional) and get some generic sportswear that they can wear whether they are at rugby, football, or tennis training. This will also mean that you will have to wash a lot more kit saving you time and money.
A lot of sports teams are run by a club but need the help of willing parents to manage the team each week and run the training sessions. This is a perfect way of helping out. Even if you don’t know much about the sport in question you can still help out organising the kids before the drills or setting up the goals for example on game day. However, you may need to sign up to this DBS tracking service to give piece of mind to the other parents.
Having a full car of your kid’s friends covered in mud after a big rugby or football match isn’t everyone’s dream situation but it can help you out greatly. If you agree with some of the other parents to take your child and theirs to every practise (when you are free) and for them to take them to every match (when you’re working) you will ensure that your kid never misses a game or training session.
These are just a few ways to help yourself and your kids with their sporting ventures.