I would go to Worldsoccershop.com. My dad bought one for his team there.
to play their positions and be aggresive and to spread out and COMMUNICATE...
11. Positions depend on the formation being used.
It depends on the formation chosen by the manager.
there are 11 positions in soccer. the maximum number of players on a team is 18.
There are the same positions throughout the game, so there's a goalie, defenders, middles, and forwards.
11 Players on Each Team Forwards, Midfielders, Defenders, and one goalie
They Line up behind the center in there positions
in a game of football there are number 1-12, as there are 12 possitions for players............
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.
The purpose in having soccer positions is so that everyone on the team is organized and so that the team has the best players in their appropriate position in order to succeed. You wouldn't have a striker play goalie and you wouldn't have a defender play striker. Different people are good at different positions and although many soccer players are well rounded, a player is usually better at a specific position than all of them.