Pretty much most of the world. It's called "soccer" when there's a need to distinguish it from other types of football:
People in England call soccer 'Football'.
A game of soccer has two periods, some people call them halves.
Generally people just call it Soccer but some people who actually play, coach or watch a high level of Soccer/Football will call it Football.
I think they call it shuukyuu.
People in Mexico call it football
Tons of people love soccer.
soccer but they call it futbol
Since people speak Portuguese in Brazil, they call soccer players "jogadores de futebol", which literally means "players of football/soccer".
foot + Ball = Football very self explanatory unlike soccer
The game of Saudi Arabia is soccer and people in Saudi call soccer football.
It isn't called soccer ball because the soccer ball is the ball you use in soccer. See? I have actually heard people call it soccer and soccer ball.
Soccer was once called Football but now they call it soccer. But some people also use the word football when referring to soccer.
one and no others. Unless you live in a different country and you call soccer futbal and football soccer.
futbol. -with an accent over the "u".
Football or as some people call it soccer
Football like most of the world.
football was invented in England in the Middle Ages. Only Americans call it "soccer".
Well Americans are the only dreamers to call it soccer. Its called football and millions of people support it.
In soccer there are 11 people on the pitch.