Famous Soccer Motivational Quotes
To get motivated to win you have to set you mind towards the victory. Success is not luck, but preparation. The below soccer motivational quotes given by some of the most famous people and other not so famous people will aid you in preparing for victory, changing your mindset and expecting a positive outcome from the game.
Pele, Mia Hamm and many others contribute to their fans and are focused on their success and victories while aiming to serve as great role models for the youth.
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Famous Soccer Motivational Quotes on Victory
“Don’t wish for it, WORK for it”.
Famous Soccer Motivational Quotes on Success
“Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.”
“Don’t wish for it, WORK for it”.
Famous Soccer Motivational Quotes on Mindset
“I feel that right from the start the players were prepared to experience catastrophic results with comments like: 'It's going to be tough and we are going to need time'.”
(2 goals in the 1998 world cup)
“The minute you start talking about what you’re going to do if you lose, you have lost.”
“I feel sure we are going to win either the league or the Champions League. We are a much tougher team that we were at the start of the season and a lot more dangerous.”
-- Roberto Carlos
(He is also one of only six players to have played more than one hundred matches in the Champions League)
If a team wants to intimidate you physically and you let them, they've won.
-- Mia Hamm
The vision of a champion is someone who is bent over, drenched in sweat, at the point of exhaustion, when no one else is watching.
-- Anson Dorrance
Famous Soccer Motivational Quotes on Nay Sayers
“If I walked on water, my accusers would say it is because I can’t swim.”
-- Berti Vogts
“We did something people did not expect. It was a great job.”
-- Ronal Coeman
(Ronald Koeman scored 193 league goals in 503 matches)
Some of the fans here were not too sure about their club signing a player from their biggest rivals. Fortunately, we had a great season and won the League title for the first time in four years. Now, I think, everyone can say it was good business.
-- Luis Figo
(With his deft stop-and-go dribbling and aggressive style, the midfielder is known more as a playmaker than as a pure scorer.)
Famous Soccer Motivational Quotes on Team and Teamwork
We stay as a team. I might be England captain, but that doesn't mean I get treated differently.
-- David Beckham
(a leading English footballer whose popularity extends beyond the field and into international celebrity)
If we perform as a unit and if every single player gives it his very best, everything can happen.
-- Oliver Kahn
(four consecutive UEFA Best European Goalkeeper awards)
“You can't just beat a team, you have to leave a lasting impression in their minds so they never want to see you again”
-- Mia Hamm quote
Famous Soccer Motivational Quotes on Being Thankful
I'd like to thank all those who showed concern for me and I send them a kiss. I can't find words of thanks for those who have been worried about me.
--Alfredo Di Stefano
Famous Soccer Motivational Quotes for Goalkeepers
“What kind of a goalkeeper is the one who is not tormented by the goal he has allowed? He must be tormented! And if he is calm, that means the end. No matter what he had in the past, he has no future.”
-- Lev Yashin
(A superb goalkeeper, perhaps the best in the history of the game. Peeks were in the 1950's.)
The goalkeeper is the jewel in the crown and getting at him should be almost impossible. It's the biggest sin in football to make him do any work.
-- George Graham
The goal was scored a little bit by the hand of God, another bit by the head of Maradona.
Other Great Soccer Quotes
I'm here to score a lot of goals. It's my speciality, that's what I've been brought here to do, and I want to score plenty ; like I did with Barcelona. And here, there's every reason to think I can do it.
Football's a difficult business and aren't they prima donnas. But it's a wonderful game.
-- Queen Elizabeth II
“Every kid around the world who plays soccer wants to be Pele. I have a great responsibility to show them not just how to be like a soccer player, but how to be like a man.”