From the text of the official IFAB Laws of the Game as published by FIFA, there is no indication that any player may or not wear a certain number. In fact, there does not appear to be any requirement that players wear numbers at all.
Each association or other governing body under the auspices of FIFA may set their own rules regarding the numbering of jerseys. In most, there is no requirement for a player in a certain position to wear a specific number, though many competitions limit the range of numbers that may be employed, typically between 1 and 23 (the maximum squad size).
By tradition, goalkeepers usually wear number 1, a secondary GK will wear 12, 18, or 22, and a third alternate GK will often wear number 30 or 33. A team captain often wears number 7, but all of this is by tradition, not by rule.
There is no requirement that a player have a number in the Laws of the Game. The competition authority decides any numbering rules.
Every team may haveone what team so it depends for the team you mean
The number 7 is usually associated with the midfield position; typically left or right attacking wingers. The number 9 shirt is usually the teams best striker, or most forward player. So, depending on your position on the field you may covet either number more than the other.
No. Once a player is substituted for, they may not reenter.
The best soccer player on Australia is Tim Cahill.The answer may change if years go by.
Soccer players are required to have numbers in order to distinguish players on the field. No two players on the same team may share a number and the numbers with names must be listed on the team roster.
Any player may be in the goal area.
In a lot of places. Just go to your local soccer club and try it out. You may become a great player.
1964 - Ulrich Wilson, soccer player (FC Volendam).
The Laws of the Game do not restrict where players may be during the normal course of play. Any player is free to be positioned anywhere on the field.
Nicholas Webb (Nick Webb) who was born on May 6, 1986 in Bellingham, Washington is a soccer player who currently plays for the Carolina Giants of the Puerto Rico Soccer League. He wears the number 3.
Assuming a team has substitutions left, any player or substitute may replace the current goalkeeper during any stoppage with the permission of the referee. If no substitutions are left, a field player may replace the current goalkeeper during any stoppage with the permission of the referee. This player will be required to change to a GK jersey and the GK would need to change to a field player jersey.
11 per team eg: 1 goal keeper and 10 on the field.