Its called eye black and its used to reduce the glare from the sun. Usually a form of grease/carbon is used but more recently players have been wearing black strips
To absorb light (it is supposed to cut down on the glare).
What football players put under their eyes that is black is simply called "eye black." It is used to reduce glare from the sun, and it can consist of beeswax, paraffin, and carbon.
Its just plan black shoe polish you can buy it at walmart or any place that sells shoes you probably can even get it at a dollar store. Hibbett sports sells tubes of it called Eye Black for $6.00.
A black substance (not sure what) to lessen the brightening effect of the suns' rays.
yes under 10s players can get a red card in a football match
American football players wear many things under their uniform. These include shoulder pads and thigh pads. If you are talking international football (soccer) then the main piece of equipment players wear under their uniforms are shin guards.
a boddy warem is whatt football players where under their footy shirts
They wear a cup and protective pads
One under each eye. Anything else is a personal choice with personal meaning to the player.
25 players- and I think british players under twenty one do not have to registered but are still eligible to play
It suppose to reduce the sun's glare. But I've seen some players wear it at night games. Also some college players use paint of their school colors, which makes absolutely no practical sense.