well they are about the same they always have concussions
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.
Soccer. Way more running.
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.
That is true in a way. In the US basketball is more popular than soccer. That is why basketball players are paid more. In other countries, soccer is more popular so soccer players get paid more. Soccer in the US is becoming increasingly popular. Soon soccer players could be paid as much as basketball players.
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.
baseball, soccer, football
Football is the official name for soccer. Soccer comes from the Football asssociation. Only in the USA and Canada do they say soccer. The global name for football is of course football. The global name for American football is gridiron. Gridiron is a code of rugby or handball and not football. Football is a sport where players control the ball with their feet and only football does this. Football has more participants in north America and gridiron has more spectators. Mainly because Americans prefer football but struggle with the technicalities and so they do better at gridiron which is a more basic sport.
at least 10 maybe more
Yes, a lot more.
Soccer. Not only is the game longer (90 minutes, compared to 48 minutes of football) but most if not all players stay on the field the entire game, and with the exception of the goalkeeper are almost always running.