A sweeper is not a forward, a sweeper is a defensive player, located centre and behind the regular defensive line. Usually, their job is to pick up loose tasks on their end of the pitch, like an unmarked midfielder running through the centre.
11 Players on Each Team Forwards, Midfielders, Defenders, and one goalie
A sweeper plays in and behind the defence back line.
There are 11 soccer players on the field at all times in soccer plus the subs in the bench. There is one goalie and there is forwards mid-fielders and defense. They play in certain formations. A common formation in soccer is a 4-4-2 or the double diamond. This means there are 4 defenders, 4 mid-fielders, and 2 forwards. That is 10 players. Count the goalie and that is 11.
hey dude!! a soccer team consists of 11 players where 3 players play in each section; backs, mids and forwards plus a goally which means there is one spare player where help is needed. either in the back, middle or front.
11 players play on the field at one time. there are many variations in formations, each team has a goal keeper, There are typically 3 defenders, sometimes 4, maybe a sweeper position in the back right in front of the keeper, then there are midfielders, generally 3, who play all over the field and are essentially both defenders and forwards at the same time, then there could be 3 or 4 forwards whose job it is to attack the opponents goal and try to score. Then of course you have substitutes for any players that get tired or injured while playing.
Boys soccer team. I think. No, it should be boys' soccer team. Just like you would put "children's soccer team", you need to create the plural, and then add "apostrophe s". In this case, leave off the "s" because "boys" ends in an "s".
Defense: Central Defenders//Sweepers Left/Right Fullbacks Stopper Midfield: Central Midfielders (sometimes one is attacking and the other is defending) Wingers Left/Right Midfield Attack: Forwards