On paper, indoor soccer seems like a good fit for most people, but in reality, there are some big caveats.
First, there’s the logistics of playing in stadiums, which can be difficult to coordinate.
The more you practice indoors, the more difficult it is to play in front of people in the street, and the more you need to play defensively.
It’s not clear how this will affect how well the game plays.
Second, it can be tough to get a good feel for how the field looks at the end of a match.
If you’re a regular fan of the game, the quality of play is guaranteed.
If not, it’s likely you’ll be less interested in the sport, and less likely to find something interesting to watch.
Finally, indoor basketball is still a relatively young sport, even though there’s been a lot of growth over the past decade or so.
The sport has only been around for a couple of decades, and even with the introduction of modern equipment like hoop and net, the overall field of play can be daunting.
If indoor soccer really does become the new hot thing in America, there will be plenty of room for growth.