Coming from a 10 year travel soccer player; soccer shoes have a different texture on the; soccer shoes- flat on the bottom / Soccer cleats- have like things on the bottom that would help stay in the ground
most tennis shoes are smooth on the bottom and cleats have things on the bottom of them that can stop you when you are moving better
it is mostly the persons style and those kinds of things
"Football cleats give you more support in the midsole than soccer or baseball cleats," says Joseph Skiba, equipment manager for the New York Giants. "This helps with lateral movement and with things like taking hits or making tackles." With a sturdier feel than a soccer cleat, football cleats keep your feet and ankles from turning. This allows for quick movements and helps keep your feet under you when tackling, blocking or taking hits. So it's probably fine to wear football cleats for baseball or soccer, but you shouldn't wear baseball or soccer cleats for football.
For soccer you will need soccer cleats, long socks, and shorts about the length of basketball shorts, a jersey which your team should provide, shin pads, and a normal tee shirt
Cleats are specialized athlete shoe with studs at bottom of sole. This helps athletes increase agility and control of movement on the field.
The thing at the bottom of a dogs paw is called a pad.Thank you for the answer
It depends upon what level you play, although, the basic things needed for a soccer player to play the game would be: shin pads a jersey and shorts long socks cleats water bottles a bag to carry all of above in
the answer is yes ty cobb did sharpen his cleats, this was included in a list of things the baseball player did to intimidate his opponents. other such things are also rumors