In general they are, and by some distance. The top womens football team would not compete with the top male one. The goalkeeping, in particular, is far below the standard of the male game, and women are naturally weaker than men.
there is a difference in the style of play though. women tend to take their time and think through their decisions more than men. men play the ball 1 or 2 touch.
No you dumbanus women play better soccer than men do and u can kiss my anus.
Women soccer isn't as well known as men's soccer however that doesn't stop Mia Hamm and other great women soccer players.
Not all men are better than women in soccer. But for most teams that is true. That is true because men are faster and more aggresive.
men play men's soccer and women play women's soccer.
The only professional women's league was the WPS, located in the U.S.A. It began in March 2009 and ceased operations in 2012.
The salaries of the women players is not listed. They would probably make a little less than the men players.
some popular soccer players names are David Beckham,Freddy Adu, and Mia Hamm these are some popular men and women soccer players
The same kit as the men's team usually but the German women's kit is slightly different.
Women's soccer is in a different league to the men's soccer. Women use a soccer ball that is the same size as the men's soccer ball.
Yes. They both have 11 players on each team
Because mens football is more established than womens football. Womens football is not as big in England as it is in America and unfortunately it probably never will be
No, men and women generally play on the same teams.
There are a lot more men refereeing women's soccer games than women because there are a lot more male referees. It's nice to get women involved and officiating at women's games. At men's games, too. But the number of male officials far outnumbers the number of female ones, and that's the difference. Officials are assigned games based on the skill level of the players and the skill (and experience) of the official. (As to skill, a 12-year old official is probably not going to be officiating at a college game, though there are some 12-year old officials who are better referees than some adults.) Those who assign referees, the Directors of Officials at tournaments or in school leagues, want skilled officials to work the games, and gender is not a qualifier.
Yes, soccer is in the olympics, for men and women. Yes, soccer is played in the Olympics
men's studs fit the men's cleats and the women's studs fit the women's cleats
men and women sports are separated so that women do not play as rough as men play. e.g. rugby or soccer
In general, women can see colors better than men, and men can see in the dark better than women.
"And all the men and women merely players" (As You Like It)
More men by a mile.
Yes men are better this is because men are naturally better at everything when compared to women
Intercollegiate Soccer in the USA. Has three divisions. Also, there is Men's and Women's.
Men are not better than women, nor are women better than men. They are different and cannot be accurately compared. While women are pound-for-pound stronger than men, men are usually bigger, and therefore will be stronger, which of course is a desirable trait in rugby. Having said this, women's rugby is considered by some to be a purer form of the sport, owing to the fact that they tend not to rely on brute force (although there are undoubtedly some female players capable of doing this) and instead rely on skill.
According to scientific studies, women do have better dexterity than men do. This is because women have better sensory-motor coordination than men.
Men are not better or worse than women.