there is 11 players on the pitch for each team in a football game unless red carded.
If you are talking about American football, then yes, although in the NFL no two players on a team can have the same number, and in the NCAA no two players on a team can play in a play together if they have the same number.
There are fifty-three.
The number of players on a football team depends on the type of football you are playing. In American Football, there are 11 on a team. In Canadian Football, there are 12 players on a team. Other countries have their own rules. Also America has "Sand Lot Football" where pickup games simply have equal numbers of players on each side.
11 pro players
Probably 13 or 14 players!
The collective nouns are a squad of football players or a team of football players.
Most high school football teams have 1st, 2nd, and 3rd string players, so around 35 players is a normal number for the number of players on a high school football team but, only 11 players can be on the field at one time.
That depends on which form of football is being played. American football 11 players per team = 22 Association football 11 players per team = 22 Canadian football 12 players per team = 24 Rugby league football 13 players per team = 26 Rugby union football 15 players per team = 30 Gaelic football 15 players per team = 30 Australian Rules football 18 players team = 36
All college football teams have the exact same number of players dressed for each game (defined by NCAA rules).
11 on each side in football.