Well, you don't need any players at all in a line. The only position with a definite amount of players is the goalkeeper, with 1 player. The most common amount for a formation is 4-4-2. Four Defenders, four midfeild and 2 strikers. Any amount ca play on each line(appart from goalkeeper who need a definite one) as long as the total adds up to the whole 11 players
Only 11 players can play on the field at a time. Teams usually have many more than that for subbing. Youth league teams with players under the age of 8 usually have less players on the field due to a smaller field size.
Each team starts a match with eleven players on each side. Each team is also allowed three substitutions (some lower levels don't follow this law). Though 11 players start the match, a team can end up using less players due to injuries after exhaustion of substitutions, or more commonly, due to red carded players.
It takes 22 players to have a regulation soccer game. This would be 2 teams of 10 offensive and defensive players for each team, as well as a goalie for each team.
A team must field 7 players. Dropping below this number should be temporary; say if one of the 7 needs to adjust equipment. Otherwise the match will be abandoned.
for professional soccer, you can have 30 players as a maximum.
FIFA rules state the maximum number of players a team may field is 11. The minimum is 7
40 to 30 million pro soccer players
Depends on how much you play, but usually soccer players BY FAR. (:
Soccer players in France make $400,000 per year and American soccer players make $300,000 per year.
Rep soccer is a higher level of soccer for more talented players. It is two levels above house league and much more competitive. The players are required to 'try out' and the best will be offered a spot on the team. To play Rep soccer and maintain a position on the team, the players need to be committed and hardworking.
Yes soccer players are paid very highly, it has gone over the roof .
depends on how good they are.
how much do the soccer players get piad a month