you need passing accuracy..shooting accuracy....skill...
You train and practice.
Coordination is definitely needed in football.
In speaking about American football, the position called quarteback, is the one most often having the responsibility of throwing the football to one of his receiving players. In doing so certainly distance is an important factor but that alone is not sufficient. Accuracy combined with distance can make or break a football play. At the professional football level, a coach can expect the quarterback to be able to throw a football at between 45 to 60 yards with accuracy.
There are many sports that need accuracy to win but the sport I think of the most when it comes to accuracy is football. Quarterbacks have to be exact on most of their throws. The difference between one inch in football is a touchdown or an interception. Saying this it is important for Quarterbacks to keep improving their accuracy if they want to compete on a high level.
10.0 and 9.9 seconds is not the same thing when accuracy is needed, not rounded off numbers. 10.0 and 9.9 seconds is not the same thing when accuracy is needed, not rounded off numbers. 10.0 and 9.9 seconds is not the same thing when accuracy is needed, not rounded off numbers.
as many as needed to satisfy the accuracy needed.
Titration experiments mainly Where accuracy in measurement is needed
One football is required for a game of football.
The clothing needed in a football match, are a vest, a numbered jersey, shorts and a pair of stocking and a pair of football boots.
22 if EUROPEAN FOOTBALL
what equipment needed for the football paralympic
25 people are needed
Football Boots, Shin Pads, A few balls, Football pitch etc.
In football (soccer) it is 4
accuracy and flexability
In football they have to run for 90 minutesand face fierce tackles, so muscles and stamina are needed.
i don't think gloves helps with distance, but accuracy.
Heavy as needed
stamina is our confidence,
of course it is
so if the football player is knocked down and bends it doesn't hurt