10m X 10m
Studs are on the bottom of the cleats. Or they are the really good soccer players that are studs. :)
Because soccer is played on grass, which can be slippery due to rain, sleet or the moisture of the grass. Therefore, the studs in the boot act as a grip to prevent any injuries that may occur as a result of slipping.
it can have 6 or more studs
it is not fixed it depends on player's foot size but in soccer there are some rules for boots
If you speak of football as in the UK soccer and rugby the studs are there to give the player grip on grass and mud covered surfaces. In rugby they are important from the perspective of grip to push as in mauls, rucks and scums.
Shoes size 9.5 in UK equals to size 10 in US.
men's studs fit the men's cleats and the women's studs fit the women's cleats
In the heel. However, many players use the same size for heel and sole
press studs were around and used a lot as boot stated in the 1890
Yes you can. However, Soccer studs are shorter beneath the sole of the boot than the regulation Rugby ones ( that is not an issue from a regulation perspective) and it does mean that grip is reduced. You would need to make sure that you have the type off boots that have screw in studs and replace them with the longer version - Normally the heel studs are the regulation length so you need to buy all heels studs. To check on stud regulation you can access the IRB site and search for boot regulations - there is a load of good info there to help you with rugby and the proceures and laws.
Football boots are higher than soccer boots, they have studs rather than teeth. The soccer boots are like that because the bottom of the boot goes on the ball a lot more than footy.