Soccer in the Rain
Playing Soccer in the Rain.
Usually begin and end suddenly. Relatively short-lived, but may last half an hour. Fall from cumulus clouds, often separated by blue sky. Rain
It is cold and gloomy; you’re sitting in class waiting for the bell to ring so that you can check out of school. You hear the soft hits of rain on the glass window right beside you. Bring Bring!! The bell rings everyone is quick to leave the classroom, picking up your stuff and scampering out. On the way to your car you realize how cold it is, your hands start to turn blue and you feel the cold sensation that to arouse in your fingertips, the visualization of playing soccer in the rain is strong.
The warm up is cold, doing lap by lap trying to warm up your cold body so no to pull anything while you play. Sitting on the wet ground trying to stretch you feel the water seep through your shorts and you quickly react by standing. Everyone is all bundled up and the few fans that are in the stands try to stay as bundled up as possible. The whistle blows to have everyone on the field ready to play.
For a second everything is quite but the rain prancing around you. The sweat from warming up drips down your face with quickness because of the rain. The game begins, the field turns to mud and everything becomes a little sloppier.
The sensation of rain while playing soccer brings a different element to the game. A soccer game in the rain always has something special about it. From scoring a goal because of how fast the ball skips across the wet ground to a perfect sliding tackle and standing up looking like a warrior because you’re covered with mud.
Soccer in the Rain is a whole different element.