No. Only the 'keeper is alllowed to wear gloves regardless of what number of gloves he is wearing.
Helmet, neck protector, body armour, leg guards, kickers, gloves, elbow/ knee protectors
One player must be named as goal keeper. That individual must wear a shirt to distinguish him from his team mates and the opponents.The goal keeper, however, may play anywhere on the field they wish.
Yes wear Padded reciver gloves
Yes you can
No it will wear away the grip!
No! very rarely... I believe it commenced as cricket players, where only the keeper or the batsmen wear gloves. A few may wear them on very cold nights, but otherwise, they are rarely worn; they would detract from ball-grip, which is absolutely crucial in the Australian football game.
If you wear certain gloves for football it gives you better grip.
he wears cutters
They wear their teams kit and then gloves that are used to save the ball.