9 Of Our Favorite Youth Soccer Insta’s

Instagram has more than 1 billion active users, and with so many different people on the platform, it can be hard to find your niche. You may not know it, but there is a huge community of youth soccer players sharing their skills with thousands of followers. Whether they’re breaking personal juggling records, practicing free kicks, or posting selfies with USWNT stars, players are showcasing their talents and fun online.  

If you’re looking for training ideas, inspiration, or simply to get connected to other socceristas around the world, our favorite youth soccer insta’s are a good place to start. 

The U.S. Soccer Development Academy 

The U.S. Soccer Development Academy’s Instagram is full of great footage and photos from games around the country. But, perhaps their best content is the video profiles of youth soccer players they’ve been sharing. Their account offers a unique opportunity to hear directly from players like you (or your kids).


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@solarsoccerclub were the ? team all season and now they’ll play for the Girls U-16/17 ?

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Charlotte Stavis

Charlotte’s account is perfect for anyone looking for a bit of juggling inspiration. She turns working on her touch into fun challenges like trading her soccerball for a football or adding in a crossbar challenge


Have you ever dreamed of tucking away a free kick with Messi-level finesse? So has Peyton, and many of her Instagram videos show her putting in the work to get to that level. She hopes to go pro one day. And if (or when) she gets to that point, you can say you’ve supported her since day one.

Megs By Avery

Avery spent the summer juggling around Europe during the Women’s World Cup. But when she’s not strutting her talents around the world, she fills her youth soccer account with videos showcasing her impressive ball skills. When watching her stuff, remember that she’s only 10 years old. So remarkable.

Faye Filippa

Faye’s account is a perfect reminder for our soccer girls that the sport we love really is a global game. She plays for Ajax’s Girls Talent Team in The Netherlands. And her account is proof that there are players working towards their goals in every corner of the world. It’s also filled with drills you can do at home. 



Savannah Schutt

Savannah is living the soccerista’s dream in Houston. She frequently attends Houston Dash games and has managed to snag selfies with a ton of our favorite players. Her skills videos might just be the motivation you need to grab your ball and some cones and get to work.

 Makenna Stott 

Makenna Stott’s account is full of videos demonstrating her strength and ball work. The account is run by her dad, whose support of his daughter’s dreams is truly heartwarming. At just nine years old, Makenna puts in a ton of work to hone her skills. And her account just might inspire you to do the same.

Gabby Parker

Gabby Parker is a force of nature, and one of our all time favorite kids to watch. She sets challenges for herself and constantly pushes herself to improve, which is super fun to watch. No question, she’s grown as player in the year we’ve been tuned in and we expect her to get as far as she wants to in the game. There is no free kick this kid can’t nail, so she’s become our “go-to-girl” when we need the sweet satisfaction of seeing a perfect curl over a helpless wall.

Isabella And Emma Romano AKA The Soccer Twins

The identical twins’ feed is filled with the two of them playing like the bosses they are and sharing their accomplishments. We wrote about them earlier this year after they committed to the Naval Academy for 2022. Let’s face it, twinning is rad in and of itself but to have two sisters be at this incredible level at the same time, and on the same teams, is really fun. They play for Syosset High School and FC Albertson Fury’s Development Academy team.


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#36 to #10 Romano to Romano ⚽️

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To sum up, Instagram is a big place. And there are undoubtedly an endless amount of amazing youth soccer accounts for us to follow. The ones listed here are a great start to find new drills, learn skills, and get motivated.

For more great accounts to follow, check out our list of the most fun NWSL player accounts.

Feature Photo via Instagram @megs.by.avery



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