Yes soccer require lots of agility, you have to be fast, have skill, and basically be graceful enough to not trip over the ball.
Football, basketball, soccer.
Agility is very important in a game of soccer. It allows players to be quick with and without the ball and have the endurance to play hard for long periods of time. A team that does regular agility training has a much quicker pace of play the a team that lacks agility.
Football, soccer, and Rugby
Soccer can benefit you in many ways. Soccer can increase your athleticism, agility, and can fill some of your spare time.
Soccer, Hockey, Tennis
Agility, Balance, Co-Ordination
Agility is a very important component for soccer, it is used to keep up with play and to weave in and out of other players to get to the ball. It is also used to defend the goals if your a goal keeper.
When you play soccer, you improve your balance, leg muscles, ball handling skills, speed, and agility.
Agility can help by: Running around an opponent, getting up faster, being quicker with the ball, and over all movement on the field. It's definetly something you need to look into if you're going into soccer.
fitness 2. Agility 3.skilful 4.balancing
Soccer, Football, and Rugby. Also in some ways Hockey.
Of course! You also need speed, stamina, and skill with the ball.
Like any other sport, soccer can teach you motor skills, agility, and coordination. It also teaches teamwork.
on the field- speed, agility, and foot skills keeper- same and fast reflexes
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This is useful in sports like soccer, hockey, lacrosse, basketball, football and others.
heck no! soccer is a really fun sport and it requires a great deal of strength, skill, agility, fitness and not to mention coordination. so anyone that says soccer is a "crap sport" should get a life!
It is a field sport which involves a lot of skill. Players need to be fast and agile to control the ball and get past other players, or stop the opposition. Goalkeepers in particular need agility, because of their role, but other players need it too. An agile player that is very fit will do well in soccer.
Agility was not invented. Agility is something you are born with.
A side step is an example of agility.
agility, foot-eye coordination, and conditioned body (meaning you can jog like 5 miles with ease)
Well, most sports need agility to win. If you're playing soccer, agility is needed to get to the ball first, or when you're playing football, if you're the QB or RB, you need that agility to run that football down to the in zone. And with basketball, it takes more than just agility. You also need to have coordination with the basketball so that when you're running down the court, you don't lose the ball right out of your hand. I hope this answer helped. Sincerly, ID
it is the ultimate team sport... requires speed, strength, agility, quick reflexes... the real question is why is soccer a sport