Football cleats are heavier and more supportive, whereas Baseball cleats are lighter.
Baseball cleats can use metal spikes, while those are not used for football cleats.
Studs on baseball cleats tend to have the same length, while for football cleats, the length varies.
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You do not need baseball cleats to play baseball but if you want the best peformance you should wear baseball cleats.
You can wear soccer cleats to play american football but it is less than ideal. Soccer cleats do not have a stud on the toe of the cleat like football cleats do. This make it much easier to run, cut and dig into the grass. Most football cleats are also higher and more supportive than soccer cleats. Although if you are a field goal kicker/ punter or kicker in American Football - they all wear soccer cleats. Basically you CAN wear soccer cleats to play American football but you CAN NOT wear American Football cleats to play Soccer.
football cleats don't have an arch in them. Football cleats have ankel protection, and an arch. but, for soccer you have a low cut ankle support and no arch. its best to invest in the correct cleat for each sport, or you could take the risk of injuring yourself.
no because on baseball cleats the points on the bottom is not wide enough
Yes, because nobody that i have ever seen play football dosent wear cleats, so basicly they are needed
You can wear football cleats for softball/baseball. They will not perform as well though. Depending on your level of play this may not mean much...less than a tenth of a second in a 90' base path. You CAN NOT wear softball/baseball cleats in most other sports. Baseball cleats are normally flat and metal. They also have a "toe" cleat that works well in loose dirt. This toe cleat can cause injuries in sports like soccer, and is why they are normally banned. Most kids wear football or soccer cleats for all sports due to their interchangability and the cost of buying multiple cleats. Good football cleats often have interchangable cleats, for different field conditions.
The ones that make you play good
There have been cleats since the 1500s, although no one knows their exact origin. It is known that King Henry VIII had a pair made so he could play football.
No, because you can get a technical penalty if the refs ask to see your cleats and you wont be able to play until you can get a different pair of cleats.
Here is a list of items used to play football: Helmet Socks (2 pairs) Cleats Shoulder Pads Knee Pads Football Pants Football Jersey Chin Strap Mouth Piece Elbow Pads Tape Cleats