Certainly. I play 5-aside and I'm a runner (10kms). In football you have to speed up and slow down a lot which works the heart.. I find it helps with my "kick" which means the last part of the run where I habitually speed up into a sprint finish..
football involves cardiovascular exercises which increase your stamina and other parts of your health
because you have to be in good shape. Football includes strength, stamina, and much more
communication speed teamwork footwork stamina
free-running (Parkour) and football
Stamina is needed because of the constant running and stopping needed to play it. When i played Football i was the running back and after you got a 20 yard run you are very tired and you almost need a break after just 20 yards.
if ur looking for a sport that will give u stamina then u should try playing football, if not improve ur stamina by taking jogs or running track. Peace
dinking can affect a footballs stamina when playing a match
stamina helps you in gymnastics because if you are tired or unhealthy you cant do as well to achieve goals
Professional athletic training will help improve you stamina and overall game. If it is football specific, it will improve your passing, throwing and tackling skills too.
Tackling, quickness, speed, stamina, agility, body strength
ability to maintain there fitness/stamina and also to be able to pick out an effective pass
Muscular stamina is the muscles up your butt and if you do a $h!t regularly then you will build up your muscular stamina quite quicky actually, and also if you smell a dogs a$$ that will also help, hope I helped.