Standards rugby boots are fine for all terrain types its the studs that change from long to short for very firm ground
if you are talking about European football cleats then the typical defining differences are, soft ground cleats usually have four studs on the front and two on the back, and soft ground studs are generally longer that hard ground studs.
Of course you can,but it's not recommended.Your feet gonna hurt,because the studs are longer and on the firm ground,they won't get inside the surface.Therefore you'll be feeling like in women's boots with 6 high heels.
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You can safely wear firm or hard ground boots on Artifical Grass playing surfaces, as I have done for many years. However, alot of people call all artificial grounds astro turf which is misguided. The carpet type surface is not good for studded boots, and you should only wear astroturf boots (the kind with many tiny rubber studs) on these grounds. If the ground is artificial but with blades of artificial 'grass' you can wear these boots no problem, n fact, you SHOULD wear those boots. Have a good game.
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Standard boots with all heel studs in the sole. These will be multi purpose < you're so funny -_-. I would say Adidas Predators or AdiZero! :D
Your best bet would be to purchase boots with interchangeable (quickchange) cleats.