Where teams have a break and switch sides during a game. Usually 15 minutes these days.
No. They switch sides after the half
yes they do
they feel like it
The players switch sides after halftime to give both teams equal opportunities to win the game.
So that both teams have 1/2 the game on the same pitch - thereby evening out any advantage (wind etc) that any one end may have.
Into 4 quarters, with the teams switching sides after the first half of the game.
the home team
110 Players = 10 teams but there is 12 teams so it would actually be 132 Players
about 200 soccer teams
After each set, and if it goes to a tie-breaking set, the teams switch halfway through.
Baseball teams switch sides every 3 outs. 3 outs are referred to as a half-inning. A full inning consists of each team getting its turn of 3 outs.