Who has dropped the ball? The referee?! If the referee drops the ball after he interrupted the game the ball is in play when the ball touches the ground. It isn't allowed to score a goal directly from a dropped ball, two players have to touch the ball before the goal counts.
Really if it was a dropped ball it should only bounce once and then the soccer players kick it to win possession for there team.
When it hits the ground.
Since I just did this, (LOL) I would have to say that it mosyley depends o the amount of air that is pumped into each of them. ...Your welcome... ~M.salling1
the air inside of it
Soccer balls. It would depend how high they came down from. As soccer balls are kicked high into the air, they probably bounce higher than basketballs which are just thrown.
No, rugby was invented during a game of soccer or as i say it football.
yes. higher pressure = better bounce
basketball and chicken
Yes, as long as you are in the box.
To really know for sure you have to check it with a good quality gauge, just like the pros do before a game. The bounce test can be pretty close if you know for certain how high the ball will bounce when dropped from a certain distance and can measure it accurately, anything else is just guesswork.
Because the plastic ball has higher potential while the soccer ball has not.