My guess is that you play pro soccer the same way as you play youth soccer or travel soccer.
Depends on where you play for this one. Professional soccer is pretty much the same for everywhere, but regular soccer differs around the world.
No. Soccer is an international sport, with standard rules around the world. There are different variations of soccer, like 5-a-side, but they are the same around the world. So the standard rules of soccer apply in Estonia, like in other countries.
no, different countries play soccer different ways
It is probably soccer. Soccer is the biggest sport in the world I think because they have leagues all over the world other than like basketball or football. In football they have lots of leagues but different rules, but soccer is worldwide and has the same rules wherever you play it.
The same as you play english football
They are both the same.
Well, its the same as any other sport, whether it be baseball, football etc. Professional soccer players play because they love the sport and for entertainment.
Do you mean a red card? When a Referee gives someone a red card in a soccer match, that player is sent of for that match AND the following match. If a player gets 2 yellow cards in THE SAME MATCH, it is the same as getting a red card, and the player hasto leave the field for the match and cannot play for the following match.
No, the Laws of the Game do not remain the same over time. They have been changed a little bit over the years by FIFA, soccer's world governing body to better accommodate play and improve the game.
Play soccer really, really well. He was of course... Pele, the best soccer player ever known. Soccer, football... it's all the same. Course the football I know involves people actually touching the ball with their feet...
they are the same
EVERY soccer player because we are all the same from the inside #ILOVESOCCER
In soccer, a player is offside if he is in an offside position and becomes involved in play. In hockey, a player is offside if he is in the attack zone (fully across the blue line) when the puck enters the same zone. Please see the related questions for detailed information about each sport.
its somewhat the same. Except in basketball we play on a court(wood, cement) and in soccer we play on field(mostly grass) and the major difference is in basketball we dribble(with hand) and in soccer we play with the foot. And of course the fouls are different.Hope that helped.
Yes. As long as the player meets the requirements to participate at a youth championship, he may do so. He may also represent the senior national team. Regular and youth World Cups are never held at the same time so the player should be able to be at both. For more information on national team soccer, check http://www.thenationalteam.com
The richest soccer player in the world is David Beckham Christiano Ronaldo wouldn't be to far behind him tho...same with leonel messi and Ricardo Izecson Dos Santos Leite(Kaka's real name) it is not only david beckham it is also ronaldo.......
Same things you do. They play soccer a lot, go to soccer games, watch TV, go to movies, play computer games.
In Milan at the same stadium as inter Milan.
Soccer and football r the same thing
The same exact way we play it in the Americas except it is called football.
Yes they do they play soccer as Americans do too.
I exactly the same idea,Ali daei is on the top list of best goal scorer in the world.