The Speed of a Soccer Ball depends on your kick.
The record speed for a soccer ball to have been kicked by a pro soccer player is 110 mph.
Many college and professional softball players can throw a fastball 60-70 mph.
No- because a soccer ball can not travel fast enough to cause serious injury. They usually wear briefs under their soccer shorts. Although taking a block to the groin doesn't feel amazing still.
The speed of a tennis ball can be determined by who is hitting it. An amateur or young child is not going to hit the ball as fast as a professional. At the professional level the ball can travel over one hundred miles an hour.
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.
Players wear helmets when playing American soccer.
because it gets kicked hard
Yes. It is good to have quick defenders to get the ball and move out fast and start a counter attack, or to catch an opposing player who is on attack. A fast defender is far more useful than a slow one.
I do participate in soccer because it is a fun exhilarating sport where you get to show off how fast you can run towards the goal and weave in and out of the other players line. It is also a great feeling hitting the soccer ball just right and watching it sail into the goal.
Yes they can, but they need to do it fast
He is pretty fast but not the fastest but i definitely agree he is in the top 12 fastest guy in Professional Soccer.
They have to be pretty fast, but mid feilders are the ones who run the most and they usually tend to be the fastest.
no but there are rumors of a Brazilian soccer player running it in 3.8
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Being able to think super fast and being phisicaly fast, never be a ball hogger