Kinda it depends if the soccer ball is light or hard.
You have to practice a lot, work hard and just practice having a soccer ball at your feet.
No, because a soccer ball is a hard ball. A kickball is much bigger and softer. Soccer ball is made for soccer. Kickball is made for kickball.
Very, very, hard.
Yes, it depends how hard or soft you kick the soccer ball
Through ball is a type of pass in soccer which may be played along the ground, or in the air. It essentially means that the ball is played "through", to the other player, i.e they run on to it. It is played "through" the defense, and is hard to cut out. Whoever has the most pace will win the ball.
you can become a professional soccer player by training hard and doing what you need to do but most importantly if you train hard and work hard at the soccer games you will cost more to join a team and you will get a lot of $
soccer is a muscled fitness cause ur leg muscled hit the ball and push the ball as hard as it can go
it gets hard
To be able to kick the ball hard.
Beacause in soccer you use your feet the ball can't be as hard as it might be in basketball when you only use your hands.
Yes, soccer is all about balance. If you cannot keep your balance with a ball controlling shooting passing and moving with the ball will be extremely hard.
Well you have to practice very very hard to be a pro soccer player.
not too hard or soft just right for perfect control of the ball
because it gets kicked hard
it depends on how bad the injury is.
Newton's third law states that when you hit a soccer ball, the soccer ball hits you back just as hard but in the opposite direction (this might hurt for a heavy ball).
Depends on how hard you want it. You don't want make it too hard.
because if you wear other shoes , it will not fit to the game . For example , if you play soccer with basketball shoes , you will be hard to chase the ball . :)
Yes, if the hit is hard enough.
That depends how hard you kick them. If you kick them normally, than a smaller ball. If you kick them really hard, the bigger soccer ball would go further because the forces take longer time to slow down a heavier item.
Work hard. Work hard and obey your coach.
an leg injury cause people tend to swing at the soccer ball and miss. so they would get the player in the leg or ankle. a arm injury is also going to happen because of people playing a little to hard.
you could, but the kicking technique of kicking a football on a stand and a soccer ball on the ground is different. in football you need to tilt your foot as far out as you can to get maximum distance, but in soccer if you kicked a hard ball as hard as you could like that you would probably break something. in soccer you need to make you foot curve around the ball for accuracy. you would have the power but not the right kicking technique.