There are 4 main positions in soccer: Forwards, Midfielders, Defenders, and Goal Keeper. These may branch off into related and more specific positions depending on the formation played:
Left, Center, Right
Flat Four Formation:
Outside Left, Center Left, Center Right, Outside Right
Outside Left, Attacking Mid, Holding Mid (aka Defensive Mid), Outside Right
*Outside midfielders may be referred to as "Wings" or "Wingers"
Flat Three Formation:
Left Back, Center Back, Right Back
Left Back, Stopper, Sweeper, Right Back
*May be referred to as "Keeper" or "Goalie
Every position is vital and needs to be done well.If a midfielder does not get the ball to the striker they can not score goals.If the defender does not steal the ball and the goalkeeper does not save the ball the other team will score.
the main positions in child soccer is goalie forward mid fielder and defender
Goalie, forward, fullback, midfielder
The Laws of the Game define one (and only one) position: the Goalkeeper. Many coaches will say that there are no positions in soccer, because the players are not limited to only certain parts of the playing field; 'positions' are just strategical guidelines.
The soccer positions are forward, mid field, wing, goal keeper, sweeper, bench and back.
for example if you wanted to know about soccer, you would go to google and search soccer positions
No position in soccer is unique to that sport.
there is many of them but the main on is football (soccer)
Job information can be found at the Soccer Positions website. In fact, it has a huge database regarding all kinds of Soccer jobs that are readily available.
When you are a child playing soccer you choose a position that you enjoy most or that you are best at after trying out all of the positions. You work at the position and it becomes your position.
Positions get their names by where they are at on the field. Walter Camp invented many of them, including "quarterback." Others, including "halfback" and "fullback," were borrowed from soccer and rugby.