Preborn children play in their first ever soccer game

Estudiantes De Caracas, a professional soccer team in Venezuela, wanted to encourage parents to enroll their children in their soccer academy, so they created the first ever soccer game to be played by preborn children.

In the marketing video called “Little Kicks” 10 mothers, each 28 weeks pregnant, come together for their child’s first soccer game. Motion sensors are placed on their bellies and each baby’s kicks were played out on a monitor in a soccer match.

A mother gets excited about her preborn baby's first soccer game in this screen shot.

A mother gets excited about her preborn baby’s first soccer game in this screen shot.

The dads were on hand to watch the game and the parents celebrated the kicks and goals with cheers and excitement. They also showed disappointment when the other team scored. Estudiantes De Caracas calls it “the first football match played by kids who haven’t been born, yet.” And you can tell by the expressions on the parents’ faces that they are just as excited by this game as any game played by a child already born.

A father celebrates his preborn baby's soccer skills in this screen shot.

A father celebrates his preborn baby’s soccer skills in this screen shot.

While babies are active through all nine months of pregnancy, right around the 20th week is when those kicks can be better felt to the mother and anyone who touches her belly. That makes the 28th week a great time to put these kicks to fun use, highlighting the humanity of the preborn – and what the team calls “the next generation of footballers.”

Preborn children the same age as the children in this video are targeted for abortion in this country, and groups like Planned Parenthood intend to keep the killing going. States across the country are moving to ban abortion after 20 weeks gestation based on the viability of children this age, as well as their ability to feel pain.

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