Nov 22, 2017 • 4 min read
What do the likes of baseball, football and soccer have in common? They’re all typically played outdoors on fields and diamonds. And while this is perfect during the fall, spring and summer months, athletes are out of luck during the winter when these playing surfaces are covered in snow and ice.
Thankfully, there are plenty of ways for athletes, both young and old, to stay active during the winter and plenty of indoor sports they can play while waiting for the ground to thaw. In fact, many of these indoor team sports are so enjoyable that many young athletes may find themselves electing to play them year-round.
With that being said, here’s a look at the best indoor team sports:
Just because winter weather is preventing you from taking to the gridiron or running out on the baseball field doesn’t mean there aren’t other sports to play and enjoy. In fact, there’s a whole world of indoor team sports waiting for you.
Shana Brenner is the Marketing Director of CoverSports, an American manufacturer of indoor wall padding and athletic fabric covers with roots tracing back to 1874.