According to students, coed sports teams can help to build friendships and smash stereotypes. Between the ages of 9 and 11, children start to develop gender stereotypes involving coed sports activities. At this age, many sports are separated by gender due to the cognitive development of these prepubescent children. However, some specific cases have resulted in these young children fighting to play on all boy football teams. As in the case of the 12 year old from Ohio, she won in a court dispute with the school district to join all boy football. Now, there are more than 1,500 girls on boy football teams this year in a growing trends. The following collection of coed soccer team names are intended to inspire your own gender neutral league.
Black & Blue Crew
Cleats on Fire
Your Worst Nightmare
Most college campus employ some form of coed intramural sport activities to bring students together into social and physical activities. However, these campuses can also effect young mind negatively in risky behaviors such as drinking and driving. To keep behaviors in line, some colleges institute an honor system that includes both academic and social honor as a part of their code. The below infographic takes a look at these statistics and facts.