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There is no official number of panels for a football (or soccer). There can be 20 (the familiar black and white one) or 8 or 12 or 14 or pretty much any number. These days the better quality balls tend to have less panels for increased aerodynamics. The panels themselves can be hexagonal, pentagonal, or almost any convex or (as popular today) concave shape.

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Q: How many panels make up a soccer ball?

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There are very many designs for panels on a soccer ball.

A soccer ball has anywhere from 23 leather on a small ball to 57 on a large one.

A Soccer ball has 32 panels, made up of 12 Pentagons and 20 Hexagons.

32 panels.

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there is 32 on your average football

there is 32 on your average football

regular everyday soccer ball has 32 leather panels. 20 of these leather panels are regular hexagons, while the other 12 leather panels are pentagons

A modern soccer ball consists of 32 panels, 20 of which are hexagons, and 12 of which are pentagons.

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all balls are different but in the standard ball it is 32

Well it depends on the soccer ball, what size it is and what company made it but most have about 6-7!

On the 32-panel soccer ball, there are 12 pentagons and 20 hexagons.

Most modern balls have 32 panels. 12 regular pentagons(black panels) and 20 regular hexagons(white panels).

too many OR not enough you decide which you prefer :) LOL heha

It depends on the make of the ball

On a soccer ball there are 12 pentagons and any practical number of hexagons that can make the soccer ball look spherical.

It has 20 pentagons and 12 hexagons so it has a total of 32 leather panels

A soccer ball is a sphere and, as such, has no edges.

None, they're all curved. A classic football (seldom used anymore) has 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons. The current Adidas Jabulani has 8 panels.

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Generally, there are 32 panels. A link is provided to the Wikipedia post on the ball used in football (soccer). New designs feature other construction techniques and different shapes (and numbers) of the panels.)