Soccer ball, a reasnobly even ground, soccer studs and balls to take the lunges and tackles.
It depends, if theres a tie the game is longer than it should be Thanks; say it does not become a tie, what is the original game length.
Soccer balls don't have moles and I hope to god moles don't have soccer balls
The soccer rules in the 19th century were more lenient than they are currently. In the 19th century, obstruction or tagging of another player's jersey was allowed. A keeper was also allowed to take more time before kicking the ball.
P.E. of course.you need lots of exersize to become a soccer player.
Most schools do not have formal classes associated with soccer. At best, high schools may have after school athletics programs that include soccer.
You take take any classes to become a football player
all of the classes you can take
Some soccer players do take ballet classes. I have a peer dancer who is a national soccer player and he takes ballet classes a few times a week. Other athletics such as football players have also been known to take a few ballet classes.
You have to take the same classes as any other Freshman. You will become a professional basketball player if you have the skills and the classes you take have nothing whatsoever to do with it.
you dont take any classes
it depends how good you are
Ummm play soccer?
Play the game, study the game, start at a lower level, take classes in sports science.
soccer players have to stay 2 years in high schoo
It depends what college you are going to.