you need at least seven(7) players
no, there are eleven players who start on the field
Defensive players are the closest players to your goalie
Jeremi of Germany
There are always 11 players for one team unless they get sent off. But in soccer you always start with 11 players.
All eleven players on a soccer team are permitted to be inside the center circle at the start of a match. It is not a wise decision but it is permissible.
You start with 11 players, you must have a minimum of 7 players on at the pitch or the match is ended by the referee.
There are millions of soccer players. First you start from Pele to go all the way to Chicharito Hernandez!
In a regulation match, a team must have 7 players in order to start a game.
11 players start on the field, but u have subs as well, 11 players start on the field, but u have subs as well,
It depends the age group. But I'm guessing your not under the age of 8. So soccer can only start withh 11 players (including goalie).
In accordance with FIFA Laws of the Game you may not start a game with fewer than 7 players.
Usually, rookie soccer players start out from 45-50,000 dollars a year.
11 players start for a soccer team. 2 teams of 11 players play against each other in a match so 22 players are on the pitch are on the pitch -- 3 substitutes are allowed in competitive matches
They Line up behind the center in there positions
concussions - Many soccer players experience a concussion from hitting the ball with their head.
A team has to start out with at least 5 players on the court otherwise they have to forfeit.
Most players do not contact anyone, scouts looking for good soccer players start looking around in Highschool and college, usually they will contact you if they want to draft you to the soccer leauges or give you a soccer scholarship to play on a college team, if you are in highschool.
There are 11 players on each side at the beginning of a game. This includes 10 outfield players and 1 goalie.
There is no restriction on age; players are selcted on skill.
12 Years old
Andrey Ashavin (Arsenal), Anderson (Man United) to name but a few.