They're both the same sport..
Football players are undoubtedly tougher than soccer players. Football players tackle each other every game, slam into each other, pile on top of each other, and is the sport most prone to injuries and concussions. Soccer players are tough for running endurance, but football players run hundreds of yards a game, just not as much as a soccer player. In all, football players are tougher than soccer players. Soccer is tougher because you don't wear protection from head to toe like in football. Where in soccer you tackle,kick,shoot and all that stuff without protection.
In America, football players. In England, soccer players.
Soccer. Way more running.
it depends on how good the player is.
football players because they have a bigger field. But soccer players have a better ball because it is round.
Probably more soccer players. But it is hardly fair to limit only one side to just one country. America has only 300 million of the over 6 billion people in the world. I would bet that there are more American football players than Tunisian soccer players.
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
soccer premier players outrank the nfl but it depends on what levelAnswerFootball is known in usa and Canada as soccer. American football is known globally as gridiron. The top footballers earn more than the top nfl players. The average gridiron players career is just 4 years, where as the average footballers career in 14 years.
i think nfl football players
Concussions are very common. Especially in football and soccer. Recent research has shown that athletes who suffer more than one significant concussion resulting in loss of consciousness show signs of brain damage later in life.