Gardens of football stars, such as John Terry and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, featuring their very own pitches, slides, and goals, as featured in The US Sun
When the global coronavirus pandemic intervened, the best football players in the world had to switch from playing in front of tens of thousands of screaming fans to playing in their backyards.
However, that’s not always a bad thing, especially since many famous people have spectacular gardens.
Ex-Arsenal star David Luiz proudly displayed his backyard on Instagram, where he had set up a Teqball table and mini-football nets, and demonstrated his keepy-uppie skills.
While demonstrating his kick-ups amidst a sea of footballs, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang also revealed a set of swings in his garden.
Sadio Mane has a few different sized football goals and a Teqball table in his backyard to help him train for the upcoming season.
Ex-teammate Mohamed Salah did the same thing, turning his lawn into a pitch complete with white lines.
Jesse Lingard worked on his fitness in a kid-friendly garden equipped with a swing set and a slide.
Jamie Vardy’s fans were blown away by the high-tech 4G pitch he built for £25,000 in his backyard.
John Terry, a legend for Chelsea, still resides in Surrey, where he has a beautiful backyard with a football pitch, trampoline, tennis court, and swimming pool.
Dele Alli did some cardio on his spin bike in the garden while also demonstrating his touch control against the outside wall.
Mesut Ozil, formerly of Arsenal, was photographed lifting weights in his backyard with the help of his dogs.
As he practiced his ball control with a set of yellow training cones, Sergio Aguero suited up in the colors of his former club, Manchester City.
Sergio Ramos, who said the lockdown had gotten him into the best shape of his life, also posted a photo of himself working out on a cutting-edge treadmill.
Neymar, another Brazilian superstar, has an outdoor shower, and Alisson, another Brazilian, showed off his backyard by launching a ball over his house to practice his hand-distribution.