neutioplioran force, munich force, detrene force, and friction all help the player run and the ball lift when kicked
Luke kicked the football.
how does air pressure affect the distance a football can be kicked?
A soccer ball is mostly kicked or sometimes football or flag football
so hard it is luke kiked the football
an NFL football
football was played by a group of people in the streets with a pigs bladder and they kicked it to each other then in 1863 it turned into a leather football and was kicked around the street. I don't know when it was invented
neutioplioran force, munich force, detrene force, and friction all help the player run and the ball lift when kicked, also gravitational force would make the ball come back down once it has been kicked.
if you are asking about English football about 200mph judging by the injurys ive had!
it is where the ball is kicked into the goal
No he was not kicked out of football, He was banned for a period of around 9 months but came back afterwards to play 2 seasons for Manchester united before retiring from the game.
Football being thrown
When a football is kicked, some of the force is absorbed by the football, and any force remaining is transferred in propulsion of the football forward.
The ball is kicked in American football: at kick off, during fieldgoal attempts, and when punted.
When he kicked his balls because he thought that was part of football
This is a ballistics type of physics question and depending on how complicated you want to get, there are three forces acting on the football. There is the force from the kick, the force of gravity, and the force of friction from air resistance (or assistance if their is a tail wind). You can calculate things such as trajectory, distance etc... if you know the different force vectors.
A punt may spiral if kicked in a certain way or a punt may go end-over-end if kicked differently. A place kick will probably never spiral.
The longest kick ever in football was done by Tom Dempsey 63 yards
The spelling of a sound is known as an onomatopoeia. The one for the kicking of a football would be known as a punt.
1314 at the battle of Bannockburn as we kicked englishmens hieds in.