Simple Storage Solutions for ALL of Your Little Athletes’ Sports Gear

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I was always into sports growing up. I played soccer, basketball, and that brief time playing football before my broken finger derailed my career. My sisters were always into sports, as well, but I never really thought about the clutter that our sports equipment probably caused around our house. Now that we have three boys who love sports, we have seen exactly what it looks like to have three boys playing sports. Right now, all three boys are playing soccer and basketball season will start soon.  That means multiple balls, shinguards, jerseys, socks, soccer cleats, and basketball shoes. The shoes alone are enough to make any parent go mad. Those things have to stay organized or else you risk being late for practice or the game, not to mention tripping on all of them on a day to day basis. My wife recently wrote about what we keep in the car during soccer season at Ginger Casa, and I am going to give you a few ideas for storing all of that sports gear in your house or garage!

With three kids in sports, the number of shoes and cleats is pretty insane. Recently, we were sent this shoe organizer from Sole Stacks and it’s a great way to keep shoes organized, and it’s pretty cool looking, too! I love how you can display all of your shoes and keep them separated, which makes it easy for the boys to find the shoes they are looking for. You could switch out the shoes according to what sports season you are currently in.

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I like that Sole Stacks is made locally, in Dallas, Texas. There are many different styles and configurations, so check out the Sole Stacks website to find something that fits your needs. The Sole Stacks that we were sent is the Ten Stack. This allows you to store ten pairs of shoes.

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We like making the boys’ soccer shinguards easily accessible and put them on the bottom of the Sole Stacks:

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If your kids are into sports like baseball and hockey, finding storage for this particular equipment can be tricky.  Check out this awesome Pallet Sports Equipment Organizer from Clean & Scentsible:

Garages are great for storage, but they can get out of control. I like this Garage Sports Equipment Storage from I Heart Organizing:

To teach kids responsibility and make sure that things aren’t forgotten, sports bags are awesome. This  Athletico National Soccer/Basketball/Football bag is a great choice:

 

 

To make sure that all of your sports balls, sports equipment, and sports bags and hats are organized, check out this Sports Rack with Adjustable Hooks on Amazon:

Lastly, if your house is like ours, you could easily find 20 balls on the ground and in the house on any given day. Contain that with the BSN Compact Ball Locker:

What is your favorite way to make sure all of your kids’ sports stuff is organized?

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Ben is the youth minister husband of @gingercasa1 and father of three awesome boys, ages 9, 7, and 4! He loves sports, music, and ministry and hanging out with his family.

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  1. […] Sweat happens, especially when playing sports. Anything that your child touches while playing sports is likely to have sweat, germs, and dirt on it. Shinguards, balls, mouthguards, helmets, pads, anything and everything should be cleaned often during a particular season. Most things can be wiped down with wipes or washed with soap and water, but it really is essential that it is done. I think of this any time my son returns from practice, bouncing a basketball that has been handled by 8 other sweaty boys, bounced on the floor, and then rolls across my kitchen table. EEK. With that in mind, check out these simple storage solutions for kids’ sports equipment. […]

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