Yes, it depends how hard or soft you kick the soccer ball
No this is simply to hold the ball together, it does not affect the distance the ball travels in any way.
Yes. A flat ball will not go as far when kicked as a ball filled with air.
It is affected by something called initial velocity.
does air pressure affect the distance a soccer ball travels
what is the average speed of a soccer ball that travels 34 m in 2 s
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 average weight of a soccer ball is between 420 and 450 grams. In pro soccer a ball cannot weigh less than 400 grams.
A soccer ball is buoyant because its weight is less than the weight of the water it displaces.
Yes the wind will play a part in the distance a football will travel. The stronger the breeze the further it will travel.
Hit it harder, it goes further. That is to say that force is directly proportional to the distance travelled.
The bigger the ball, the farther it travels.
Depends on the speed the ball travels.
A soccer ball that is more inflated (has more air) tends to be harder and responds more to the pressure applied from a kick. Balls with less air tend to be flatter, and thus not travel as well.
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.
Body weight doesn't have much to do with being able to kick a ball. It's more about technique and leg strength in you calves, and quads. Also the size of your foot can play a factor.
The recommended psi of a size 3 soccer ball is 8-10 lbs. I am not sure of the weight.
Yes it does affect it cold does not go as far as a heated ball
The size 4 soccer ball goes the fastest because Gian Cua one of the best soccer players in the world kicked it through the whole field