you can use any part of the body as long as it is not your hands or arms(up to the elbow).
Mia Hamm started playing on the women's US Soccer Team in 1987.
There are 13 teams playing in the MLS (Major League Soccer) and 9 teams playing in the MISL (Major Indoor Soccer League).
soccer started in the 1170s
Since, 1920s or 1930s. It's been popular outside the US for long time.
There are many soccer leagues in the US. Anybody can play soccer no matter where they are or how old they are. There are club teams for children and adult leagues for adults. You just have to search around and find out what leagues are in you area.
In the US and Canada.
Yes actually David Beckham has popularized soccer in the US... or it is just a coincindince that he started playing soccer for MLS when people in the US started to get exposure to soccer because since the 1990's soccer in the US has been growing in popularity rapidly. But we still are no where match in popularity to most country's around the world since soccer is the most popular sport in the world. And most people think that we don't have the popularity in soccer from the lack of exposure we just started playing a little while ago while in other country's soccer has been going on for a while now. Back to David eckham though, some people think that the 28 year old midfield player has made US popularity in soccer more popular but most people think it's from his extrodinary appearance and by that people like him from his "hottness", but I just like him from his extrodinary skill and plays on the field.... Well Slayer726 signing out!
when they were in about kindergarden, age 4, something like that (when they were younger)
Jose Reyes came to the US in 2000, when he began playing Minor League Baseball for the New York Mets.
playing for athletico Madrid's youth team in Spain
What is the Acronym for the US Pro soccer organization?
Perhaps this has been lost in translation. In the UK we call them football boots, in the US they are soccer cleats. Same thing, different name.
Jozy Altidore is an American soccer player who is currently on loan from Villarreal CF playing for Bursaspor which is a Turkish soccer team from the city of Bursa. He also plays for the US national team.
Soccer in Europe is generally thought to be played at a quicker pace than US soccer
There are a few Eddie Johnson's out there, but in the US, Eddie Johnson is most well known as an American soccer player who plays for Seattle Sounders FC in the Major League Soccer and has also been a member of the US National Men's soccer team.
Soccer is U.S.
It isn't a major sport in the US but around the whole entire world it is the most popular sport. And it will probably become a major sport in the time bein since the tans have been going up since the 1990s and so has the TV ratings...............And American Football, Baseball, etc. have been around the US for a long time which is one of the reasons why those are major sports while the US is just adopting to Soccer. Surprisngly, soccer is said to be recongnized as the fastest-growing sport in colleges and high schools in the United States, and of the 18 million people in the US who play soccer 78% of that number is from people under the age of 18, so this is a big sport for elementary, middle, and high schools, even though most people think this is a slow pace and boring game to watch on TV......it is very exciting if you're the one who is out on the field playing it ......... so yes i think Soccer will become a major sport in the US in around 20 years because it isn't very popular right now from mostly the exposure that it has in the US......
US never been in Afghanistan but US troops were about 10 years
there is the women's us soccer team.
US Soccer players steady at 18.2 Million
Soccer is played somewhere in the US every day.
Soccer has been proven to be the most balanced team game for physical development (between stamina, strength and flexibility). It also develops tactical thinking.