It is not advisable to paint a soccer ball. If it is a quality leather ball, any kind of paint would degrade the surface.
It's not correct to talk about "density" of a soccer ball. It's better you say "average density" of a soccer ball. It's clear that any soccer ball consists of different materials such as leather/plastic, rubber, and air. It order to find the average density you have to find the mass of a soccer ball and divide it by it's volume (in the first approximation you neglect the thickness of the shell (leather and rubber coats)).
Yes, both have a leather cover.
There is no official number of panels for a football (or soccer). There can be 20 (the familiar black and white one) or 8 or 12 or 14 or pretty much any number. These days the better quality balls tend to have less panels for increased aerodynamics. The panels themselves can be hexagonal, pentagonal, or almost any convex or (as popular today) concave shape.
On a soccer ball there are 12 pentagons and any practical number of hexagons that can make the soccer ball look spherical.
The leather ball bounces because it is full with air in it. If you remove the air then the leather ball does not bounce at all. While the aluminum ball (which I can only imagine, since I have not seen any aluminun ball before) will bounce, with or without air.
Yes, theres soccer and basketball.
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Simply wash out a pig's bladder, inflate it, and seal the openings. A proper pig bladder ball is simply material made from a pig's bladder wall cut into panels which are stitched together, then inflated. It is structurally similar to a ball made from any other material (leather or plastic, for instance).
You score in a soccer game by kicking the soccer ball into your opponents net from any area on the field. This is called a goal.
No this is simply to hold the ball together, it does not affect the distance the ball travels in any way.
Friction is in the grass. Friction slows the ball down.
Controlling or ball control in soccer is to keep the ball in for feet for as long as possible and it also means making the ball do what u really want to do, its not like you go play a soccer match without any practice and actually hope to win it.
Regular air, If filled With anything else ball becomes to heavy or too light to play with, If ball is flat use any normal ball pump to inflate the soccer ball, no special air needed.
Most soccer balls are white with black panels. However, many balls come in a variety of colors and patterns, ranging from solid, patternless balls to those with intricate swooshes and shapes. They can be of any color, so long as it contrasts from the background, i.e. the grass. Therefore, most soccer balls are brightly colored, and not green.
Everyone can touch the ball in soccer, but not with their arms or hands. Only the goalie can do that. The goalie can touch the ball with any part of their body. The referee can't touch the ball, or else that would mess up play.
I was unable to find any results about "fist soccer" balls, please refine your question, friend.
Soccer is where a team will kick a ball to get it into the goal at the end of the feild. Rugby is like football but without any pads.
So long as you don't touch the ball with your arms and hands, you can play the ball with any part of your body. ***Even with your penis... Just like L.Messi did last time xD
All of it. If any part of the ball is on or above any part of the touch line or goal line, even by a millimeter, then it is not out.
There is no such thing as a handball in soccer. The offence you refer to is "deliberate handling." It is when the ball is deliberately touched by a player with any part of the arm or hand. The goal keeper is exempt from this call when the ball is within his penalty area.
stopping the ball with your chest, knee, foot or any body part except for your hands/arms