you can have the same cleats for both
Football and soccer cleats are similar in some ways but because of the function they need to perform they are also very different. Soccer cleats are lighter so the player can run fast, and football cleats are higher on the ankle to support the ankle during contact.
Well, you should probably not use metal cleats. The soccer referees won't allow metal cleats. Just check out Adidas cleats online or Nike and they should have the kind you need. That's what I have for soccer.
Cleats, shinguards, soccer ball.
I believe it is based on the type of surface you are playing on. Hard soil, artificial turf, slippery wet fields, all require different soccer cleats.
You need socks, shin guards, a uniform and cleats.
You'll need shorts, t-shirt, soccer socks, soccer ball, shin guards, cleats, water incase you get thirsty.
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.
Soccer ball, soccer cleats, shin gaurds, soccer socks. A field and a net too.
cleats, shinguards, long socks, shorts, light jersey, and sign on a soccer league
You need shin guards, socks (long soccer socks to cover the shin guards), a T-shirt, shorts, soccer ball, and cleats.