138 mph/222 Kmh
The fastest recorded soccer kick was 114 MPH.
indoor soccer has different soccer cleats and a different kind of ball and has walls around the field and has assfolt and outdoor soccer has a different size ball and kind of ball and has no walls and had natural grass,
No official records exist for fastest kicks in competitive soccer. However, James Dart and Paolo Bandini compiled an unofficial list using data from the Sky Sports Replay 2000, and calculated that one shot flew at 114 miles per hour, kicked by David Hirst. The Guinness World Records lists a machine having kicked a ball at 139.8 miles per hour.
Yes, as long as you are in the box.
speed has a lot to do with soccer. if you didn't have speed then you wouldn't be able to chase down the ball or catch other players to get the ball
a baseball will
It all depends on how you touch them, if the goalie has possession, and if the goalie is dribbling the soccer ball.
The soccer ball reaches its top speed of about 75 mph 1 second after being hit.
As of 2014, the fastest known recorded speed of a kicked soccer ball was 131 miles per hour (211 kilometers per hour), kicked by player Ronny Heberson. Since the speeds of kicked soccer balls are not often recorded, it is possible greater speeds have been achieved.