These two have the exact same rules of playing, but field lengths vary.
As far as I know, Australian play soccer along the rules of the FIFA (international Federation of Football Association), as do the French; there shoudn't be any difference.
they are both played with a ball
Ignorent Americans! Yes!
It the same but the Australian says soccer and the English way is Football
Yes, but not between football.
In football you can handle the ball. In a game of soccer you can not touch the ball with your hands just your feet.
A soccer ball is round, a football is shaped like a lemon. A soccer ball is smooth, a football has some grip. A soccer ball is a lot bigger than a football.
The difference is the weight. Soccer shoes are way lighter than football shoes.
No toe cleat on the soccer boot
Each was a fascists
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ON-SIDE in soccer or football is when a player from the attacking has one defender between him, the goalie and goal.
Soccer goal posts are 8 yards apart. Someone else care to document distance between American football posts?