Soccer has changed because the things they wear and the football style.
Hes played there for about 9 years. And its called football not soccer!!!!!!!!!!!!!
After WWII the NFL tinkered with free substitutions (where a player could come back in after being take out) although some years there were limits (three players at a time for example). Unlimited free substitutions were permanently established in 1950, and separate "offense" and "defense" squads started then.
That is a matter of opinion. The Scottish people are very passionate about football (soccer) and over the years Scotland has produced many great footballers and football teams.
soccer Olympics and basketball and baseball and football
he started played soccer not football when he was 8 years old (true story)
first of all its football, not soccer, and there's no college to become a FOOTBALL player, you get picked up by clubs when your young and developed from youth
Sheffield FC, Sheffield, England was the first football/soccer club in the world and is 150 years old in 2008
Yes. Football (soccer) has been played in every Summer Olympic games except from the years 1896 and 1932. Football at the Olympics was a sport for men until 1996 when women's football was added to the games.
because no one really noes wat soccer means and it should be called football because you use your foot to play the game.
No. Rugby is refered to as Rugby or Rugby Football. The latter being the name of the game in its earliest years when the Rugby game was derived from football (soccer)
Pele played football or in his home town (soccer) he played since 1956 till 1977 (22 years).