no, those are go on the thigh and are called thigh boards
shoulder pads,helmet,thigh pads,hip pads,knee pads,but pads,and a cup.
You wear a helmet, shoulder pads, a girdle, thigh pads, knee pads, cleats, a jersey, and pants.
Today, thigh pads in football are made out of plastic. They used to be made out of quilted materials dating back to the 1890's.
Shoulder Pads, A helmet, Knee pads are optional, Thigh+hip pads+butt pads are needed though
to play American football you need a helmet shoulder pads jock strap football pants with knee pads thigh pads hip pads and a tail pad
They wear many.... you have your basic shoulder pads, knee pads, hip pads,thigh pads tail bone pads and your cup.
High school and college players are required to wear; helmet, mouth piece, shoulder pads, hip pads, a butt pad, thigh pads, knee pads, and clears. A lot of the time you'll see nfl players not using their knee pads and or thigh pads bc they aren't required
you can slide the knee pads into the lower slots in the pants, bending them if you have to. the thigh pads go in the slot in the pants that would cover your thigh if you put the pants on. there is no need to bend them as the slot is big enough.
For Football and Australian football, you need boots, socks, shorts, shirt, shin pads, gloves for the goalkeeper,soap,shampoo and towel for a shower afterwards. For American Football you need a helmet, shoulder pads, thigh pads, knee pads, hip pads.
Helmet, mouth guard, shoulder pads, knee pads, thigh pads, and hip pads are pretty common. A lot of guys have "butt pads" on their girdles. Kidney belts and back pads are optional.
Football pants usually have pockets for knee and thigh pads. Under the football pants, you wear a girdle that has additional pockets to place your hip and tail bone pads. The shape of the pocket will tell you which pad goes where.
Football pants have the knee pads already built inside of them.
the thigh pads are on the inside of the football pants. Some people put their thigh pads in their girdle. Obviously, if you don't have a girdle, this isn't an option. In such a case, the pads would be placed inside your pants.
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its about 20 pounds
The first football game was played in Rutgers University. they wore regular attire but wore a leather hat which eventually became a helmet. they wore no shoulder pads, knee pads or thigh pads. eventually Football spread throughout the country and became a national sport
You don't and they don't. They generally wear knee and thigh pads but most skill postion players choose not to wear those either. I played for years and have NEVER seen shin pads!
Protective helmet of players choice as long as it is up to school and/or NCAA standards, shoulder pads, protective cup, cleats, an mouthpiece. Thigh, tail, and knee pads are highly encouraged but not required.
Football Equipment ListA helment, mouthpiece, chin gaurd, shoulder pads, thigh pads, knee pads,cleats and socks!
US Football requires more padding. You can't stuff much padding in shorts and by the time you stuffed your thigh pads and your knee pads into them, you'd be walking funny.
a lot of colleges use the Mcdavid padded girdle. These girdle's replace the hip and butt pads, so a player only needs to wear the knee and thigh pads in their pants.
Shoulder pads, rib pads, helmet, pads inside helmet,thigh and knee pads inserted in the pants, jock strap, mouth piece. Optional- padded gloves andarm pads, elbow pads Rib pads are also optional. hip and butt pads are also inserted in the pants
cottin and thick ruber :)why would you ask sucha silly question you can tell by the look
NO,because football and vollyball are 2 difrent sports and they have diffrent pads than eachother vollyball has its own pads and football has its own pads. got it? ok