Why the world is so tired of soccer training gear

The world’s population is aging, and the sport of soccer is one of the few activities where most of the population is young.

The average life expectancy in the world, which was just 78 years in 2014, is now 76.5.

There are no statistics to back this up.

Soccer is, for better or worse, a global sport that has a lot to do with the changing demographic landscape.

“There are no hard numbers,” said David Denton, a senior lecturer in sociology at the University of Sydney and author of “The Future of Soccer”.

“But the evidence suggests that soccer has had a positive impact on the world’s life expectancy.

And the evidence is pretty clear that we are going to be getting more and more of our kids playing soccer.”

One of the most dramatic results has been the increase in participation in the game over the last few decades.

Soccer has seen its share of world sporting events jump from around 1.4% in 1960 to nearly 15% in 2015.

But its share in the overall population has actually decreased.

Soccer’s share in adults aged between 15 and 49 fell from 1.9% in 1990 to 1.1% in 2010.

The number of soccer players has also fallen dramatically.

Between 1960 and 2015, there was an increase of just over 1.2 million players aged between 5 and 17.

This is equivalent to the number of players in the entire population of the UK.

But in the past three years, the number has fallen by a staggering 16 million, or about 13% of the adult population.

The sport’s global popularity has also contributed to the fact that its popularity in many countries is rising rapidly.

The world average for soccer participation is now 5.7%, according to a study published in March 2016 by the International Olympic Committee.

That is more than double the level of 2013.

That’s not to say the sport is immune to global trends.

The game is being played in countries such as Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay.

There is also a growing number of youth teams playing in some of the world�s biggest cities, including London and New York.

But the sport has suffered a serious decline in popularity and participation in many major cities, and has lost significant ground to other forms of physical activity such as walking. 

One of the biggest concerns around the future of the game is the impact that ageing, poor infrastructure and lack of training facilities will have on its popularity.

“We have the potential to lose a generation of soccerers if we don�t invest in training facilities, because the stadiums we have in Europe and Asia are not adequate for what is required of players,” Denton said. 

“It is going to make a big difference to how much of our players will play in a sport where they can’t even reach the pitch, and if they play at all.”

In terms of the future, Denton believes that the best way to protect the game and increase participation is to invest in more facilities, as well as training programs for all age groups.

“There is a lot of money in the sports industry, and so it is important to invest it in the right way.

We need to make sure that our kids have a good quality of life, so they can continue to enjoy the game of soccer and also help shape the future,” he said.

But while the world has a long way to go to get to that goal, the game will continue to be popular for many more years to come.