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MLS, US Soccer team up with Headspace

Major League Soccer and US Soccer have signed a three-year partnership with meditation and mindfulness app Headspace.

As part of the deal, Headspace will provide thousands of app subscriptions to US Soccer and MLS players, coaches and staff.

Headspace will also conduct in-person introductory training sessions with US Soccer and MLS players and coaches. Training sessions will be held during national team training camps and at various MLS events.

Additionally, Headspace will create a personalised training programme for each individual player on the US women’s national team ahead of this summer’s World Cup in France. Athletes and staff will also have access to Headspace’s library of meditation content.

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