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now I'm not entirely sure but i have played soccer for seven years now and my mum is always saying that if i want to become the best that i have to practice six-seven hours a day.

i remember watching a film on TV saying if you want to be really good at something takes 10,000 hours of practice.

i would imagine if you want to be top player at football you need to be over the 10,000 hour mark.

so lets work it out

jimmy aged 5 plays football 3 hours a day for 1 year that's 1095 hours over 10 years that's 10,950 hours of practice by the time he's 15 he should be very good and should be able to get into a top football team.

i would imagine its about 3 hours of football practice a day and on top they got team talks ect..

maybe 5 hours a day on weekdays then 4 hours on Saturdays practice in the morning for 1 hour 1.30 game and another 1.30 team talk.

most football side travel to detonation on Fridays and sleep in a hotel.

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It really depends on the type. Youth leagues in the US practice up to 3 hours a week, Youth leagues in Europe practice up to 6 to 7 hours a week, pro leagues in Europe practice 10+ hours a week.

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Practice twice a week 3-5 hours a game every week 45 mins half plus warm up come to about 2 hours.

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They train about 5 days per week from about 10.00am to 12.30pm

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All it takes is practice. All soccer players played 10000 hours before they became a pro. Practice, practice, practice!

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1.5 (90 mins) then any stoppage time on top, if the two teams are drawing and depending on the competition then 30 mins of extra time is played. Still drawing? Then a penalty shoot out.

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3 houys every day .

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thanks for the answerΒ  :D

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