Eric Reid practices his soccer skills

Jul 25, 2015 at 2:02 PM--


San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid practiced his soccer skills ahead of today's matchup between FC Barcelona and Manchester United at Levi's Stadium.

He posted the video on his Instagram.


Here he is today ready for the game.

@fcbarcelona vs @manchesterunited with the fam. Go Barcelona!

A photo posted by Eric Reid (@e_reid35) on


The 49ers report to training camp today with their first practice taking place on August 1 at Levi's Stadium.

Turned @jaidybaby into a soccer fan today 😎 GO BARÇA!

A photo posted by Eric Reid (@e_reid35) on




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