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Fall soccer season is back in full force. When my kids were younger, that meant maybe an hour or so out on the soccer field. But now that they’re older, with all three playing more competitively, a day out on the fields usually means anywhere from 4 to 6 hours.
We don’t just grab a spare jersey and a water bottle and go. We have to plan for a full day out on the field. The back of my car almost looks like we’re preparing for a weekend trip.
I have a bag that I keep in the car- and until I end up needing it, that bag can stay in the car throughout the season. It has towels and a change of clothes for each of us.
- a book (for me, in between games)
- sweatshirt or rain jacket
- phone (especially for the camera)
- portable charger for my phone
- first aid kit (even though there’s usually one somewhere at a soccer complex, it’s easier to have the supplies right there if needed)
- bug spray (one time you’re out on a field with a bug issue and you’ll never go without it again)
- antibacterial hand soap and/or wipes (you never know if there will be running water to wash your hands)
- ziploc bag for water protection for any electronics