Yes as long as they are not hard but not on your wrists only on your head.
3 at the games, none during qualifying.
No. Commentators just commented on this during Paraguay vs Japan
In Soccer each side is allowed two substitutes.
Substitutions are allowed at any time during a game and teams are allowed to make three substitutions in a match.
The goalie *guards* the net during a soccer match. This is the only player on the team that can use his hands to touch/block the ball while the match is in play.
Only three but in the Major League Soccer (MLS) there is five.
11 players play for each team in a soccer match (including the goalkeeper.)
Super Match Soccer happened in 1998.
Super Match Soccer was created in 1998-08.
A soccer 3rd eye is similar to a review or a replay it is used to recap an event that happened during a soccer match, and is really only a benefit to the spectators.