There are many advantages to playing soccer including learning teamwork, health benefits, and fun. There are also disadvantages because your victories often rely on others and you can get hurt.
when it rains the ball could get stuck on the grass and the ball gets very slippery
there are no disadvantages of football. it is a perfectly flawless, beautiful game. (well apart from the diving Italians and spanish)
Some one that's may have stiff muscles can be hard for them to dribble or run with the ball
There are frequent knots. Also it is non-durable. GO NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS!!!!. Soccer is better
See a video of "Aaron Ramsey broken leg" for a good reference (not for the weak of stomach). But mostly injuries I guess, not a lot of disadvantages to playing such a beautiful game.
If you don't have tall strikers it will be more difficult to win crosses there for decrease your chances of scoring
Some of the disadvantages of soccer is that you must have good endurance, an average wing runs 7 miles per game, if your endurance isn't that great you can play a position such as forward or center back who don't run as much, another disadvantage of soccer is how physical the game can be, if you are a smaller person you can get the ball taken away from you a lot easier, but if you are small you can bulk up so it is harder to get knocked down. The great thing about soccer is that anyone can play it, there is always a position or a way to fix your disadvantages in the game, coaches mainly like larger players but if the smaller player works hard they can be just as or more useful to a larger player
Like most pro athletes, a large amount of time must be spent practicing your sport.
Advantages are that its a clean sport and you rarely get injured. Disadvantages are that it's a bit boring for some spectators. Soccer players get paid fairly well, and respect (admiration) from the fans, but the media never leaves them alone.
well your body might hurt after a few games you might also lose your breath while playing the game
Possibly injury and over a long period of time not like 4-5 years, I mean at least a few decades your joints will be knackered