How do you clean those stinky, smelly soccer cleats? In a nutshell:
Put some hot water in a container or a sink, and then add a reasonable amount of mild detergent. Dish soap is a good detergent to use for this process.
Dip your soccer cleats into the solution and let them soak for about 10 minutes.
Scrub gently over every part of the cleats using a soft-bristled brush after the scrubbing, rinse the soap off.
By rolling everything up in a dry towel, squeeze out moisture from the outside of the cleats. Insert the towel inside the cleats to absorb moisture.
Let the cleats dry by placing them in a well-aerated area, preferably indoors. The best drying method is air drying your cleats indoors. Before you store them, make sure that the soccer cleats are completely dry. Store them in a breathable bag.
Read on for more great tips on how to keep your soccer boots clean. See you on the pitch!
We’d like to give a big shout out and virtual fist bump to the Ben Franklin H.S. (New Orleans, LA) boys’ AND girls’ soccer teams, who last week won their respective Division II LHSAA State Soccer Championships. The girls won their final match 2-0, and then one day later the boys finished with a thrilling 3-2 overtime victory. It’s the second time in 10 years that the school has swept a state soccer championship.
We recently outfitted the teams in our Viper soccer warmups (shown here on some front-row fans), which no doubt aided in the victories.
OK, we took a little creative license there, but the players sure looked great and kept warm on the sidelines!
Check out this cool highlight video from the boys’ win:
Not only will you find our regular selection of soccer designs, but also some great deals on clearance items including the Milano warm-up set, Normandy warm-up set, Titan jacket and pants, nylon shorts 3-pack, Soccer Snowman tshirt, coach tshirt, soccer referee accessories, Latino tees and much more.
Sunday, August 5th marked our first annual Soccer Recycling Event for which we invited folks to donate their gently used soccer jerseys, soccer cleats and soccer balls.
We sincerely thank everyone who showed up for this event, and for their generous donations of soccer gear. Everything collected during the drive will be given to Seattle’s Rainbow of Magnolia Fountains of Life, a charitable organization that works to improve living conditions in African countries by building schools, water wells and other necessities. The soccer gear is distributed to the children of these remote villages, where soccer has become a much-needed escape from the rigors of their daily lives.
In fact, we’d like to un-officially designate all of August as Soccer Recycling Month, and invite you to stop by anytime during the month with your donations!
Gettin' geared up for the Code Four Athletics Soccer Recycling Event!
Lightweight, microfiber stretch-performance gear is
ideal for layering underneath your uniform for added protection against the cold. Also works well on its own as a moisture-wicking top in warmer weather or indoor indoor play. Loose fit; sizes Youth S-L, Adult S-XXL.
Long-sleeve top reg $20.00, now just $10.00; short-sleeve reg. $15.00 now just $7.50. Screamin’ Soccer Deal ends this coming Sunday, July 31st at midnight, so don’t miss out!