A indoor soccer team (or a futsal team) has 5 player, one goalkeeper and four field players.
Most indoor soccer games are played with six active players per team, one of which is the goalkeeper. Substitute players are permitted.Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indoor_soccer
USUALLY there is more on an outdoor team, because they have to have 11 players on the field at once, and in a indoor team, only 5 are on the field
2( Indoor and normal soccer)
Indoor soccer is generally played on a field that is 200 feet by 85 feet. The walls of the field vary from around 6-8 feet. The ceiling of an indoor soccer field can vary depending on the location. In indoor soccer, there are 10 players total on the field at any given time.
There's no specific reason for this it's just the rules. For example in Indoor Soccer or Futsal theres only 5 players per team.
soccer can be played in both: outdoor and indoor
US Soccer players steady at 18.2 Million
for professional soccer, you can have 30 players as a maximum.
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indoor soccer is played with walls,and there is no out of bounds unless the ball goes over the wall. the grass is turf in indoor soccer.there is no slide tackling in indoor.
Indoor soccer, the kind played on artificial turf in a hockey rink, is usually played with 5, 6, or 7 players per team. Some leagues and competitions specify fewer players for older age groups. Five players (four plus goalkeeper) is most common in England, and Six players (five plus goalkeeper) is most common in the United States.
Yes, soccer players do get a wide variety of injuries.
Continental Indoor Soccer League ended in 1997.
Continental Indoor Soccer League was created in 1993.
World Indoor Soccer League ended in 2001.
World Indoor Soccer League was created in 1998.
American Indoor Soccer League was created in 2002.
Eastern Indoor Soccer League was created in 1997.
There are actually several places for kids in the Chicago area to play indoor soccer. Three examples of facilities that offer youth soccer leagues are Chicago Indoor Sports, Chicago Youth Soccer, and Chicagoland Indoor Soccer.