the spin of the ball
The curve on the ball.
yes!.... it will affect a soccer ball when it falls because if the gravity affects you, it will affect a ball.
heyy does the price of the soccer ball affect its performance?
The angles around the circumference of a soccer ball add up to 360 degrees
To curve a soccer ball you need to kick the ball on the right side towards the bottom of the ball. The follow through is judt as important. Kick the ball the follow through pulling your leg over the ball ur foot should touch ur left knee:)
The soccer ball will move in the direction of the force applied to it. If it was not kicked squarely, so that the kick imparted a spin on the ball, then its path will curve in the air.
Three things affect the trajectory of a curve ball: Coriolis effect, gravity and precession AKA spin drift.
The forces in soccer occur when someone kicks the ball. When you kick the ball the forces that occur on the ball cause it to change shape, change speed, curve and slow down.
The different colors on a soccer ball helps a player judge the spin on the ball. The spin on the ball can affect the trajectory of the ball.
The size of a soccer ball does not affect how high it bounces because gravity pulls down a ball at the same, no matter what size it is.
You will have a touchdown in football and a goal in soccer!
Yes it does affect it cold does not go as far as a heated ball
the soccer ball in the air is at 56.o speed
you kick the ball on the bottom side with the upper inside of your shoe for a ball to curve right you hit it on the bottom left and follow through to the left and to make it curve left you kick it on the bottom right and follow through towards the outside. Adidas also claims that with their cleat, the predator powerswerve, you can curve the ball better
Yes, it depends how hard or soft you kick the soccer ball
To curve it right to left, hit the ball with the inside of your foot on the bottom right hand side of the ball. To curve the ball left to right, hit the ball with the outside of your foot, on the bottom left of the ball. Yes that's correct,but if you want more power hit it with the tip of your foot.
== == == == To curve a soccer ball, you have to approach the ball at an angle, while placing your planting foot (the left, if you're right-footed, or vice-versa) facing the target. When you kick, kick with your big toe or instep and the ball will spin. Combining this with a well-placed loft and power will make it curve. David Beckham has been playing for 15+ years and his beautiful curves are due to his amazing skills with a dead ball (direct/indirect free kick, penalty shot, etc.). He has a kick, dubbed "the Beckham" in which he lifts the ball over the "wall," sends it towards the far post, but bends it back to the near post. This confuses the goaltender and the ball just dips under the bar for the goal.
Yes, but only by shooting a curve ball.
By kicking the ball slightly to the left or right of center, creating a clock-wise or counter clock-wise spin of the ball.
You probally have to use math in soccer to find out the angle that you kick the ball to the net so that the goalie doesn't catch the ball. I don't know why we use science in soccer.