I believe the spikes on the bottom of soccer cleats are known as cleats!
Can you change the metal spikes to plastic ones on puma soccer boots
the spikes on the bottom of the cleat
soccer shoes are called cleats you can tell that they are cleats if they have spikes on the bottom.
Initially, old soccer boots were modified from regular work boots with nails in the bottom. Once manufacturing began for soccer boots in 1905 they were made by Gola, Valsport, and Hummel with 6-9 replaceable studs in the bottom.
The thing about Football boots, is that they have spikes on the bottom. For the most part, they are designed to keep a player's traction on the ground. This may be a problem during Soccer because of all the running around that is required. In other words, you can. But the results may or may not be good.
Football boots are higher than soccer boots, they have studs rather than teeth. The soccer boots are like that because the bottom of the boot goes on the ball a lot more than footy.
"Crampons"...they strap to bottom of hiking or climbing boots. They have steel spikes to grip the ice.
Shoes with little rubber spikes on the bottom. They're used in sports like soccer
Well it relly depends on what ground you play on if it is grass they might wear blunt spikes ( which are like on soccer or football boots) or clay they might wear extra tred shoes or dirt which they would wear treds. i play baseball and i have 12 different types of shoes just because it all depends on what surface you play on.