The record was set at nearly 110 yards more than a Century ago by Alan Thurgood of Essendon Football Club, using a place kick - which surprisingly, is never used these days.
In terms of how far people tend to kick, most now use the drop punt, and most AFL players tend to send the ball over 50 metres when kicking for goal now.
Well it really depends on your strength; a pro player can kick much farther than an amatuer, obviously. You will kick better if you follow through with your shot, and hit it with the laces of your shoe.
Personally, i can kick it to the moon.
but I'm very powerful and strong, so it all depends.
Probaly about 3 or 2 feets.
It depends on your foot and height and how close you are you the ball.
Well, it depends on how good and how powerfull the soccer player is. A good amount of people can kick a soccer ball full field, some can kick it half field, it just depends on the player.
u bump set spike and serve a volleyball, not kick it.
Well they could kick it to da moon xD
As far as he wants
the size does have something to do with the distance a soccer ball can travel.the bigger the ball, the more scoop you can get when you kick the ball. also, the more pumped a soccer ball is, the more force will be needed to kick it farther.
To kick that far you would need to have monster quadriceps.
Depends on how good the kid is. Soccer is about skill and talent...not age.
Probably all out about 70 yards
the way it affects it is because a big foot takes up the length of the ball so that you can kick it farther, for instance, a kid who has a small foot, can not kick the ball as far it is not taking up all the space on the ball
It depends greatly on the kind of handicapped person in question.
No, its more to do with technique and muscle strength
It would be much easier to kick a soccer ball forty yards.
It is when you kick the soccer ball in the net.
you kick the ball.