In our teams we call then left strikers or right strikers. Other people just call them forwards as well.
It depends on what formation you are in, but most of the time there are three forwards on the field, a center a right wing, and a left wing.
left and right strickers or forwards
Right Then Left Then Right Then Left Then Right Then Left Then Right Then Left Then Right Then Left Then Right Then Left Then Right Then Left Then Forwards
in several ways including forwards. backwards, left and right in several ways including forwards. backwards, left and right
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
There are three classifications for soccer players; defenders, midfielders and forwards. Within these three positions there are sweepers, attacking midfielders and center forwards. The goalkeeper is one of the most valuable players on the team outside of the striker and right and left wing players.
If your formation is 4-4-2 (4 defenders, 4 midfielders, and 2 strikers/forwards), the positions are sweeper, left fullback, right fullback, stopper, left winger, left midfielder, right midfielder, right winger, left striker, and right striker. There's also a goalkeeper.
I believe you are looking for the Striker there is also a right wing and a left wing
Keeper Right Back Center Back Left Back Right Mid Center Mid Left Mid Striker Each position has variations as well, such as Right Wing Backs, or Centre Forwards who play between where the Center Mid would be and the Strikers.
I think you refer to Port. Starboard is to the right, as looking forwards.
yes. you can set positions for players anyway you like. games played in the sixties and seventies often used the line up of Keeper right back left back right half center half left half right wing inside right center forward inside left left wing
There are 4 main positions in soccer: Forwards, Midfielders, Defenders, and Goal Keeper. These may branch off into related and more specific positions depending on the formation played: FORWARDS Left, Center, Right MIDFIELDERS Flat Four Formation: Outside Left, Center Left, Center Right, Outside Right Diamond Formation: Outside Left, Attacking Mid, Holding Mid (aka Defensive Mid), Outside Right *Outside midfielders may be referred to as "Wings" or "Wingers" DEFENDERS Flat Three Formation: Left Back, Center Back, Right Back Diamond Formation: Left Back, Stopper, Sweeper, Right Back GOAL KEEPER *May be referred to as "Keeper" or "Goalie