For indoor soccer, they may have Tungsten or Flourescent bulbs for lighting. You might want to test your White Balance settings as well to get the colors right. Or if you are shooting in raw, it does not matter, you can fix that in your post processing in lightroom.
If possible, I prefer to get it right in the camera first over fixing it later. AWB in these camera is amazingly accurate as a default setting too, but like I said, if you know it's tungsten, then shoot for it.
DON'T FORGET TO RESET IT BACK AFTER THE EVENT!
lol, Yes, I'm screaming as I have made that mistake and then got "blue" tinted pictures the next time I used the camera.