One player must be named as goal keeper. That individual must wear a shirt to distinguish him from his team mates and the opponents.The goal keeper, however, may play anywhere on the field they wish.
There is only one extra requirement for a goal keeper's equipment. One player must be the designated goal keeper and they must wear a different color than either team or the opposing goal keeper. There are no requirements in the laws for gloves or long sleeves.
Except goal-keepers no other players wear face or eye protection.
No, lacrosse is not the same thing as field hockey. In field hockey you use a stick with a curved base on the ground and hit it to your team mate, or you can dribble it up the field. The goal in field hockey is much bigger than a lacrosse goal. In lacrosse you throw and catch a ball using a stick with a net and you can run with the ball in you stick. Lacrosse is a much faster paced game too. In lacrosse you wear eye protection and a mouth guard, in field hockey you wear shin guards and a mouth guard. Both sports are really fun.
yes you can
yes, but some field hockey teams choose to wear shorts.
yes, but it will hurt if it hits the arm
yes, you can. its probably better to wear them then any other cleets. soccer cleets are made for running constantly, which suits field hockey well.
Most field hockey players just wear cleats, shin guards and a mouth guard.The goalie wears MUCH more (and we ALL love it dearly).
A goal keeper is a position on a soccer team. This player is awarded special status in that they may use their hands while in their own penalty area (the large box). The keeper is required to wear a distinguishable uniform from either team, the referees, and the opposing goal keeper.
Yes women wear skorts which are skirts with shorts sewn on the inside