Soccer players need to be able to sprint at a decent speed, in a moments notice, as well as being able to play for 90 minutes.
-6 40 yard sprints, -stretching, - timed 1 mile run (7 minutes) *tucker101*
Soccer. Way more running.
A Soccer game runs for 90 minutes. *i think*
On average, professional soccer players, such as midfielders, run about 6 miles per game.
a match is 90 mins. A manager is allowed 3 subs a game... So three players that started can come out ( or two or one or none ) once they come out they can't come back in. So most players run for 90 minutes a game.
Muscular strength makes it better for a soccer player to run and kick.
None, they would be offside
approx 4000 yards
Most soccer players run 7 miles in a game.
Football is a healthy sport as you run, jump for 90 minutes.
no but there are rumors of a Brazilian soccer player running it in 3.8
They have to be pretty fast, but mid feilders are the ones who run the most and they usually tend to be the fastest.
You dont have to go to the gym if you're a soccer player. Just go for a run, or go to practice.
Football players are undoubtedly tougher than soccer players. Football players tackle each other every game, slam into each other, pile on top of each other, and is the sport most prone to injuries and concussions. Soccer players are tough for running endurance, but football players run hundreds of yards a game, just not as much as a soccer player. In all, football players are tougher than soccer players. Soccer is tougher because you don't wear protection from head to toe like in football. Where in soccer you tackle,kick,shoot and all that stuff without protection.
Soccer Players. The field is much larger, and endurance is a much larger factor in soccer. Soccer games are also MUCH longer than basketball games, no matter what level you're playing in. Also, there are only 3 substitutions allowed the whole soccer match as opposed to unlimited in basketball. Basketball players run an average of 5 miles per game while soccer players run 7 miles per game.
Well, some say its for scoring goals but that would be too simple. The true function of a football is to distract players while they run aimlessly round a pitch for 90 minutes
Yes it is as children aren't able to run as far
Soccer, it's possible to run for up to 135 minutes in one match.
It can be argued that soccer is an endurance sport. Even though it's a timed team sport, players at the international level run up to 7 miles per match. Soccer players are some of the most fit athletes in the world.
About 90 minutes long.
Midfielders have been known to run up to 10km per game. Defenders and obviously Goalkeepers; less.
yes to break up a fight or to see if any one is hurt