The national teams are limited to players under 23 years of age, with three slots available for veterans 23 or older.
There is no age limit for a professional soccer player. Most players usually carry on playing soccer in their forties. However many players usually retire when they are below 40.
No, but you have to have a certain amout of soccer/football experience... Which is "play" on a professional team.
From a rules standpoint, there is no age limit. There are almost no players who play beyond their thirties. Pele played well into his late thirties, at the end of his career, in the U.S.
I believe it is 23 years old and younger.
No age limits .
There is no height limit to be in the NBA as long as you can play and match with the other players.
Probably more soccer players. But it is hardly fair to limit only one side to just one country. America has only 300 million of the over 6 billion people in the world. I would bet that there are more American football players than Tunisian soccer players.
The age requirements currently used by the olympic committee limit the number of highly experienced professional players a team can have. That limitation creates more parity between more teams. Without that increased chance for smaller countries to win a medal, many smaller countries would not even submit a soccer team to play in the Olympics.
For the 2009 season the limit will be a maximum of 24 players. Teams can have 18-20 senior roster players and 4 developmental players.
FIFA specifies a limit of 3 substitutions per team per match.
There is a maximum weight limit for parachuting. The maximum weight limit for tandem students is 220 lbs., and the maximum weight limit for AFF students is 240 lbs.
Yes soccer players get paid more than basketball player. The reason for this is that Basketball is mostly funded by the US. Soccer is funded by many countries. So soccer is the higher paid sport.
The maximum speed limit.
The age limit is 16 invented by faizaan
There is no maximum age limit for the post of President of India