There are 11 people in a full size football team on the field at any one time. Each team is allowed one goalkeeper and 10 out field players. Only the goalkeeper can touch the ball with their hands. So the answer is 11.
Yes, they can go anywhere on the pitch. As long as they only handle the ball in their own 18 yard box.
Yes. A team can play with a goalkeeper, a field player with goalkeeping privileges, or a field player without any special privileges.
The French name for a goalkeeper, such as that on a soccer field, is "gardien de but". The phrase is masculine.
The team's substitute goalkeeper comes in from the siellines, but one of the team's "field" players must come off the field.
Strikers, forwards or attackers. However, anyone on the team can score (the goalkeeper is allowed to take penalty strokes).
Big fat goalie
a goalie or 'goalkeeper' stops the ball from going into the net to prevent the opposition from going 1-0 up. He is the only person on the field allowed to use his hands in open play..
Because they get all sweaty, like the men on the field do. ;)
22 11 on each team counting the goalkeeper
The four defenders start at the back, the first row in front of the goalkeeper.
That player must go off, however, you can substitute for a new goalkeeper and play a man down on the field. If no substitutions are remaining, then a field player must replace the goal keeper.