Women's soccer become an Olympic sport in 1996.
heck no! soccer is a really fun sport and it requires a great deal of strength, skill, agility, fitness and not to mention coordination. so anyone that says soccer is a "crap sport" should get a life!
Soccer, Hockey, Tennis
id say basketball
Soccer is most definitely a SPORT. Soccer players are serious athletes who spend a great deal of time on fitness, strength skill and field knowledge. Those who say that it isn't a sport, probably cant even play either.
Practicing the sport
Soccer for sure. In soccer you have to use your feet to move a ball and use other tactics than just knocking into someone and hoping the ball with get to you, like you do in football. Soccer is the sport that requires the most skill.
no because soccer is more fun and more excercise and it takes more skill to play soccer. football is all about brute strength.
no it didn't
in the 1900's but USA started playing soccer in the 1970's
American football is a full-contact sport in which tackling essentially involves physical contact. In soccer however, tackling is supposed to be achieved through minimum physical contact and skill alone.
you need to play soccer a few years and know how the sport of soccer is played and how it works.
The type of people that have skill and love to play the sport and have a lot of heart and passion.
VERY challenging! I play, and you are constantly on the move. It is a very demanding sport that requires a lot of skill and training.
Soccer became famous by being a relatively simple sport and the convienence of having easy equipment to find. And anyway, its just the best sport around
Cheerleading and Soccer are both very difficult sports. They both require a lot of stamina and skill. Cheerleading is more extreme and dangerous than soccer. But, there is no true way to determine if a sport is "harder" than another
i think it became official in 1908
England started it off with the Premier League