It depends on what you mean by soccer vs football. If you are referring to the beautiful game. Most countries and territories call it football or something similar to the name. However, some countries say soccer(Association Football) because they have other sports or versions of football, such as American Football, Canadian Football, Australian Football, Gaelic Football and Rugby Football.
If your lower back hurts and you are under the age of 20, you should not practice sports such as soccer or tennis without a doctor's consent.
You should probably practice soccer because it emphasizes good footwork, which is critical in tennis.
Well middle school football helps people get better for high school football
the question should be why is football called soccer in the states? doesnt it make sense that a game played almost entirely using your feet be called football?
Its 1872 and yes Soccer was called Football in Europe and soccer the real Football because they use their feet and Australian or American Football should be called Handball or Handegg because they use more hands for handpasses and throws and it doesnt involved kicking except Australian football
it should be
No why should it be banned at school , it is good for the kids.
Sometimes you can just wear a short with a shirt and play a normal football [soccer] match. I think you should not wear trousers for matches because it could get durty. But if you are playing a match in a football team wear a football [soccer] shirt,long socks,shimpads,football[soccer] shoes and shorts.
There is no record of ancient Rome inventing football or soccer. Question should be removed.
it should be used for soccer
Soccer, you live longer. On the other hand, if you are really good at football, a professional career is always a possibility, and a much better chance at being a professional football player than a professional soccer player.
if you play soccer, I would suggest the kicker, but if not, I would say the wide receiver
football, baseball, basketball, or soccer
If you are talking about a football player than they should eat vegetable's fit and healthy.If someone is a baseball player or soccer player they should eat the same thing.
This question isn't very clear. It could either mean, fans of American Football vs fans of Soccer arguing over which sport is better or Europeans vs Americans on what the sport of soccer/football should be called. Europeans of course saying it is called football and Americans saying it is called soccer. To answer the first soccer is better than American football it is a much more popular sport, sorry America. To answer the second anybody who engages in a 'its called this not this' argument is an idiot
Ummm play soccer?
You should use a meter stick to measure the length of a soccer pitch.
because no one really noes wat soccer means and it should be called football because you use your foot to play the game.
For American Football, 21 should be around the age for a draft. For football as soccer, I have no idea.
Dunno why this is here? He is an Aussie rules footballer... so this should probably not come under Football - Soccer!
Idk. USA sucks at soccer, us Americans should stay with baseball or football.
If she wants to play football, yeah.
Well as we all know(or should know) in England it is called football. Here in the US we have a sport of football that differs from the English "football" which is our soccer. Our football involves much more physical contact and much more use of the hands when the English football is soccer. Since football has a totally different meaning here in the US, soccer was proclaimed the name of the English football. For in England Rugbe is in relation to the US football.AnswerThe word Soccer started as a phonetically abbreviated vernacular word for 'Association football' coded by the 'Football Association' Est:1863 started by English public school students who took the 'soc' from 'Association' and put an 'er' on the end. The same students called Rugby football 'Rugger' but this word has largely fallen out of use. Typically 'an Oxford University student who played Association football and Rugby football' would be described as "an Oxforder who plays Soccer and Rugger". This is why before 1863 the word Soccer did not exist.