The team for an Olympic soccer team is picked by the national team coach. However, for the Olympic soccer torunament, there are some rules as to who can and can not play, for example age restrictions.
These two have the exact same rules of playing, but field lengths vary.
No the rules are different.
There are 17 rules in soccer. They can be found in the FIFA Laws of the Game. www.fifa.com/mm/document/affederation/federation/lotg_en_55753.pdf
NO, SOCCER IS AN AMERICAN VERSION WITH DIFFERENT RULES
Soccer is played with normal FIFA rules in the Cayman Islands.
Both. There is indoor soccer and outdoor soccer. They have different rules though and the fields are different.
Professional soccer rules are specific to the type of professional soccer being played. For example, clearly indoor soccer is significantly different than outdoor soccer. However, there are worldwide official soccer rules known as the "Laws of the Game." The rules are maintained by the International Football Association Board, and published by FIFA. Most, if not all, professional soccer leagues subscribe to these basic rules.
There are various different Olympic snowboarding events with different rules for each. A consistent rule is that the contestants must not have taken any performance enhancing drugs.
No. Soccer is an international sport, with standard rules around the world. There are different variations of soccer, like 5-a-side, but they are the same around the world. So the standard rules of soccer apply in Estonia, like in other countries.
Soccer does not have twenty rules. Soccer has 17 rules, called the Laws of the Game.