FIFA sets the regulations for the size of the soccer nets (goals) for International soccer. The dimensions are 8 feet high and 24 feet wide. FIFA regulations state that the goal can be made from either metal or wood.
There are 17 Laws of the Game. They can be reviewed at the FIFA website, and a link is provided.
Guillaume Robin has written: 'Football, Europe et regulations' -- subject(s): Soccer, Congresses, Law and legislation 'Football, Europe et regulations' -- subject(s): Soccer, Congresses, Law and legislation
the difference between ancient and modern rules for soccer/football are as follows: the new rules are stricter there is no physical violence allowed now there are regulations that must be followed
One goal in soccer is worth one point.
There are many places where one can play the sport of soccer in Brazil. One can play the sport of soccer in Brazil at popular places such as the Brazilian Soccer Center.
The Laws of the Game are published by FIFA, the world governing body of soccer. The English version of the 17 Laws of the Game can be reviewed by using the link that is provided. Surf it to the FIFA website.
That one AMAZING soccer dude... (THATS ONE =])
A soccer player is one who plays the game of soccer. there are nearly 265 million soccer players in the world.
soccer is the number one sport in the world
football/soccer either one
2 Two soccer goals are located on one soccer feild. One at each end of the pitch.