Fortnite Week 5 challenge soccer ball 100 meters

The Fortnite Week 5 challenges are live, and players are struggling with a few of the tasks. There are two difficult “Visit” challenges, which we already went over, but that’s just the beginning. Epic Games has also thrown in a challenge that will require some luck and knowledge of the Fortnite Season 2 map. In today’s guide, we’ll show you the best places to “Kick a soccer ball 100 Meters”. There aren’t too many soccer balls on the map, so if you don’t know where to look, this could take a while.

Where to find soccer balls in Fortnite

Since the beginning of Fortnite, soccer balls have been interactable. Usually found on soccer pitches, the balls can be kicked and scored in goals, causing a celebration and the ball to be reset. Since the move to Chapter 2, however, there aren’t as many balls on the map.

Luckily, there are still two locations where you can find a soccer ball. We’ve outlined these spots on the Fortnite map below.

Fortnite Week 5 challenge soccer ball

If you’re a longtime fan of Fortnite, then you know where one soccer ball resides. Pleasant Park has been home to a soccer pitch since Fortnite first launched, and not much has changed. However, with Tuesday’s update, there’s now a helipad taking up half of the pitch. So, you can still kick the ball, but only in one direction.

The other location you can find a ball is just north of Frenzy Farm. The ball is located in the parking lot that overlooks the farm to the south. You can find the ball near the fence and the red pickup truck.

Fortnite Frenzy Farm soccer ball challenge

Frenzy Farm holds one of the soccer balls in Fortnite.

Beyond that, it’s up to you to kick it 100 meters. This doesn’t have to be accomplished in one match, so don’t worry if you die. Simply keep landing on the ball until your challenge is complete. Once it is, you’ll be rewarded with 40,000 XP towards your Season 2 Battle Pass.

Make sure to keep up with Daily Esports for more Fortnite challenge guides.

Joey Carr
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.

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