The Most Beautiful Soccer Fields Photos From Across the World

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Daniel Tchetchik
Daniel Tchetchik
Daniel Tchetchik
Daniel Tchetchik

In the center of a city or in a remote village, soccer fields can be improvised in moments by a child or carefully designed by prominent architects. Everywhere, the spirit of the game remains the same: a sport that unites the world.

The wonderful videos by Dina Alfasi at the beginning and end of the post are worth watching with the sound on.

Some of these images were submissions to the Haaretz Photo Blog's new Instagram account.

Credit: Dina Alfasi
Photo by Yarin Klein: an unconventional soccer field in Norway, seen from a drone.
Photo by Oded Balilty: a soccer field alongside the walls of Jerusalem's Old City.
Photo by Yoav Horesh: a soccer field, Potosi, Bolivia, 2016.
Photo by Ohad Matalon: Rosh Ha'ayin, central Israel.
Photo by Yoav Horesh: Virgin of Hope High School (formerly a prison), La Linea, Spain, 2008.
Photo by Guy Cohen: Rishon Letzion, south of Tel Aviv.
Photo by Daniel Tchetchik: the Dead Sea, part of an Independence Day project, 2017
Photo by Lee Zelba: A game in Ethiopia.
Photo by Dor Kedmi: Modi'in, central Israel.
Photo by Ori Levi: During a cycling tour in the Marrakech region, I saw an improvised soccer field in the valley below. Just like the people, the field is simple, well preserved, innocent.
Photo by Nurit Yardeni: Acre, northern Israel.

Blog editor: Daniel Tchetchik. From Exposure: Haaretz Photo Blog. Follow on Facebook

About the blog: Daniel Tchetchik has been working for Haaretz since 2003, taking photographs for the Gallery and Week's End supplements. He initiated and edits the Haaretz Photo Blog. His work has been exhibited in Israel's leading museums and in a number of exhibitions and fairs abroad.

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