There are few sports in the world that can produce the unbridled passion that was seen across Argentina after their Lionel Messi powered World Cup win in Qatar. No matter what is going on in the world, soccer can unite people from different religions, upbringings, communities and races. Unfortunately, the opportunity to get out on the field and feel the joy, frustration and immense connection that goes with winning and losing as a unit has not been available to everyone. However, this restriction of access has changed in recent years with the rise of more all-abilities versions of the sport now offering programs and
competitions around the world.

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