Yes you can as soccer cleats are versatile cleats, but i would recommend football cleats as they have a higher ankle providing more support.
cleats shorts and a hard head
Rugby boots are usually stronger and usually have 10 studs, where soccer cleats have around 16. Depending on which position a player plays in rugby, their boots may be as light as soccer cleats for backs, or heavier and sturdier for forwards.
No. There are regulation boots to be worn. The closest you can use other than the standard rugby boot is a soccer boots.. To read more on this look at the IRB website
Rugby boots are usually stronger and usually have 10 studs, where soccer cleats have around 16. Depending on which position a player plays in rugby, their boots may be as light as soccer cleats (most backs) or heavier and sturdier (forwards). if your playing flank in rugby its ok to just wear soccer cleats because as flank you need light shoes and you need to run fast.
Cleats are normally plastic and moulded to the boot sole there are normally 6 to 8 depending on the make of the boot. The normal rugby boot will have aluminium studs which screw in for replacement and these boots carry 6 to 10 studs
Though rugby is easiest to play in boots specifically made for rugby, they are not necessary. Soccer cleats work just fine. The only requirement for rugby boots is that they must not have a spike on the bottom of the toes.
Pretty much any outdoor field sport requires cleats (there are different types for each sport, I think). This includes soccer, football, field hockey, boys and girls lacrosse, softball, baseball, and rugby (there are probably more I can't think of).
Well i would prefer cleats over boots...
yes as long as they are complient with IRB Rules they can be worn
Yes you can, they will only make you take off the toe stud from the football cleat.