What are the pads for leg protections used in soccer called?
Emily wickert a German girl antonio flecher stumper in the late 1700
Around the 1800's they were invented in Europe around this time. Answer . Around the 1800's
you use these muscles in your leg: quadriceps - front thigh part hamstring - back tigh part calf - back of knee they all help move the ball …:) :) X O X O
soccer!. It was called fut-ball . it was called football
Probably because in the USA the single word 'football' is more commonly connected with 'American Football' rather than with "association football" - also known as 'soccer'. …In those countries where another brand of football is much more popular than soccer, those more popular football games are what those regions call "football". There are many of them. 'Soccer' was originally a slang name for the game played in accordance with Rules set by The Football Association in England, where the game is sometimes still formally called 'Association Football', perhaps as a way of distinguishing it from other forms of football including American, Australian Rules, Gaelic and Rugby, to name a few.
In soccer (football) there are shin guards which cover your shins, obviously. But there are no manditory leg pads. You could google FIFA laws of the game to see if you are all…owed to wear other pads but you are not required. Hope this helps
soccer legs are legs that are perfect or soccer. not to long not to short, not to meaty and not to skinny
This foul is called hand-ball
It helps with the impact into the hard ground and it helps reduce some injuries
That is called a saddle blanket.
No... in Canada and Australia as well.
The Laws of the Game say that a direct free kick should be awarded if a player "handles the ball deliberately". Especially in youth leagues, referees generally determine that …a player who is instinctively defending him or herself, and not gaining an advantage from using a hand, has not "deliberately" handled the ball, and therefore they don't award a free kick.
You can glue pieces of styrofoam to the bottoms of the chair legs. Or you could go to a furniture store, they have products that will protect your floors from scraps caused by… chairs and other furniture.