In my state organization, U12 teams play on full-size fields, so the goals are 8 feet tall and 24 feet wide.
U6 , U8 , U10 , U12, U20
There is no unified standard for youth field sizes.
A u12 soccer league is a league for kids 12 or under. If you see GU12 or BU12, the "G" stands for girls and the "B" stands for boys. Therefore, Girls Under 12/Boys Under 12.
The size of soccer fields vary. If you are playing in a U12 group or under your soccer field will not be regulation size. If you are playing U13 or higher you play on a regulation size soccer field. The kind pros play on.The field can be as long as 130 yards or as short as 100 yards. The field can be as wide as 100 yards. The minimum width for a field is 50 yards.
This would depend on the league the player plays in.
This would depend on the measurements of the small sized soccer fields. For the U9 to U12 age groups, you can usually fit two. For U7 and U8, you can fit four. For U6, you can fit as many as eight.
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it matters with age 11 v 11 is how it is played at the professional level (i think) but it is less when it's u12 I belive it is 11 players (including goalie).