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deepvalue

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Hi All - thanks for any thoughts on this question.

I coach a coed U6 team and one of my very best girls is moving with her family to a Central American country for a work assignment. I have no idea if youth soccer for girls is prevalent or even available the way it is in greater Washington DC. I realize soccer is massive in Latin countries, but I'd like to give the family some ideas about the types of playing opportunities there.

Sorry for the broad question, but any general help is appreciated.
ParentCoach

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which country and city...my company is "global", I'll ask the locals.

deepvalue

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Thanks - sent you an email.

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Very little soccer on the girls side in any Central American country I've been in--perhaps at a private school.
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