Everything I've ever read about Newton suggests to me that his first law
would have been to never be caught dead anywhere near a soccer game.
Newton's first Law (The velocity of an object remains constant unless...) does apply to rotating objects, but the fact that an object is rotating is not specially relevant to application of the First Law.
No. The conditions for Newton's First Law are that there is no acceleration; and these conditions simply don't apply. You need Newton's Second Law for your analysis.
newton's first law effects soccer because if you kick the ball it will keep moving until acted on by another force.it also effects this sport because the layers will keep moving until they are acted on by another force
Mia Hamm began playing soccer and other sports at the age of 6. Mia retired from playing soccer in 2004.
It doesn't, since the conditions don't apply. The conditions for Newton's First Law are that there is no net force on an object - there must be no force on the object, or the vector sum of the forces must be zero.
People were playing something like soccer since ancient times. But modern soccer was created in England.
Newton's first law of motion tells me that I will remain in constant uniform motion unless I am acted on by an external force.
Force is basically a term for any object in motion, force is just a term that describes such. Its always been their, always will, Newton was the first to apply it to gravity, and the acceleration of gravity, along with inertia.
Lionel Messi scored his first penalty at the age of 5 when he had just started playing soccer.