for u10, players play 6v6, which means 6 players play on the field for a team at a time. the best number for players on a team would be about 10
Usually there are eleven players on the field for U10.
In a team of under ten , there are eleven footballers in the team.
Nick had 12 Goals for the South Fayette U10 Travel Team
It really depends on the players' ages. These affect the level of soccer played, which leads to affecting the number of players. It depends if you are in competitive or wreck. U13 Competitive: 11 (including goalie) U10 Competitive: 6 (including goalie) U8 Competitive: 6 (including goalie) Different leagues may vary these numbers.
here in southwick ma its 40 min
There can be. It all depends on your local league modifications to the laws.
U6 , U8 , U10 , U12, U20
At ages U6-U8, US Soccer/Canadian Soccer recommends playing small-sided games of 3-4 players per side. As the players reach the U9 age, they will often play 5 aside up until they reach U10-U12, where it becomes 8 aside (1 Keeper + 7 outfield players). Roster sizes are limited to a maximum of 16 players once you reach the U11 age group as this is the first "Select" level teams come into play. Once the players reach U13, the team will field a full 11 vs 11 (1 Keeper + 10 Outfield players) and this continues on through College and Adult programs.
I lay out U10 and High School soccer fields. The U10 dimentions are 180x120 to make a square footage of 21600. The High School dimentions are 360x160 to make the square footage 57600.
Depends on the age and state. Usually U6-U10 are 6v6. anything younger then 6 could be from 4v4 to 6v6. U11-U12 are 8v8 and usually any older then that is 11v11. This is only the regulations for my state. Other states i don't know