Well, it could probably go either way. A football player who kicks a football, spends all of his time doing that, and is working out his legs muscles, while a soccer player spends every game kicking the ball, so it could go either way.
It depends on the player and how hard they can strike the ball, some can really crack the ball.
You take goal kicks by, pointing your foot down and aim to where you want the ball to go; then kick!
Penalty kicks are when an offensive player is fouled inside the penalty box. Then a player from that team will kick the ball from the penalty spot. Only the goalkeeper and the kicker are allowed inside the penalty box at the time of the kick. The goalkeeper must stay on the goal line until the ball is kicked. The ball must go completely over the line for the goal to count.
you'll need a white apricorn to make fast ball, then go to Kurt to make it a fast ball.
with a fast motor 100mph (ish)
A corner kick occurs when defensive team causes a ball to go out of bounds over its own goal line. To put the back in play, the ball is placed at the corner of the side of the field that ball went out of bounds. A player on the offensive team then kicks the ball back into play from that spot. In FIFA's Laws of the Game, Law 17 describes corner kicks in more detail.
The Speed of a Soccer Ball depends on your kick.
If the ball is kicked at your hand then no. There is ball to hand and hand to ball. If it is ball to hand, nothing should happen, but if you go and block the ball with your hand or arm, it's a foul. There are exceptions but that is the general rule.
When a foul is committed inside of the 18-yard box, the ref will blow the whistle to signal a foul and that there will be a penalty kick for that reason. EXTRA INFO: A penalty kick is when there is a player and a goalie and the player is going to try to kick the ball in the net. It is pretty much a very fast 1 v. 1 play. The player kicks the ball, if it goes in it is a GOAL. If it doesn't go in, no goal for the team and the goalie will just punt the ball OUT of their side of the field. ;D
185 Km/hr or 115 miles/hr then the governor kicks in.
If someone is running with it, the football goes as fast as the ball carrier goes. If the ball carrier is running 10 mph, the ball is also moving at that speed relative to the ground. I don't know how fast place kicks and punts go.The strongest quarter-backs in the league (Ben Roethlisberger, Brett Favre, Tom Brady, etc.) usually throw the ball at 80+ MPH.
It will go as fast as it's terminal velocity
you can't tell.because diffrent types of people kicks diffrently.
yes, its only football that you cant go out of bounds and touch the ball first.
One of the technical demands of football is free-kicks. Another is ensuring that the ball goes where you intend for it to go.
In rugby union a match comences with a dropgoal from the centre of the pitch. In which a player drops the ball onto its point then kicks it. The kick must go at least 10 meters forward.
go to Kurt in azalea town and give him a white apricorn and wait a day for him to finish and he'll make you a fast ball
Yes because if you hit the top of the ball it won't go very fast, but if you hit the bottom or the middle if the ball it will go faster.
maximum a fast bowler can bowl with a speed about 140-160 kms/hour
Mine has a governor that kicks in at 97 MPh. 96 silverado ext cab w/302 vortec
This is when the kicking team touches the ball before the receiving team, AND the ball does not go over 10 yards. This is mostly seen during onside kicks.
because it gets kicked hard