there are four positions on a soccer field unless you are talking about peewee soccer. there is the goalie forward or striker, midfield, and the backs or defenders
There are 4 positions in soccer. There are goalies, defense, offense, and mid field [forward].
The soccer positions are forward, mid field, wing, goal keeper, sweeper, bench and back.
The lines on a soccer field mark different sides and positions within the field. These are made with a chalk or with a paint.
The regular are goalie, defender, midfielder, and forward
11. Positions depend on the formation being used.
the positions on the soccer field is Goaly,Right defence,Middle defence,Left defence,Left midfield,Middle midfield,Right midfield, Right ford,Middle ford,Left ford.
for example if you wanted to know about soccer, you would go to google and search soccer positions
Forward, Midfield, Defense, and Keeper/Goalie
The end of the field.
The Laws of the Game define one (and only one) position: the Goalkeeper. Many coaches will say that there are no positions in soccer, because the players are not limited to only certain parts of the playing field; 'positions' are just strategical guidelines.