The easy answer is that football is a winter sport, so it's played with seasons starting in early autumn and ending in late spring, with a summer break. But as it's played in both hemi-spheres theres always pro-footballing taking place somewhere.
The complicated answer is that theres no general rule, each country has it's own set up, what follows are some generalisations:
In Europe, the football season generally lasts from September/August to May/June ...the EPL is August - May.
This sometimes excludes a short mid-season winter break during December/January.
During the summer break, however, a major international tournament takes place every other year (Either the world cup, or European cup).
This isn't true for certain countries where it's impractical to play during the Winter(Scandanavia for example)
The US's MLS season is an exception to playing through the winter also, as it is set up to compete with Baseball, and mostly mirrors that season - running from April to September.
African and South American seasons can become even more complex
Some African nations have a March to November season, others have a revese September to March season. Again it depends on practical matters, such as climate (avoiding playing in the hottest months).
South American football seasons are imposibly complex to describe accurately. Apart from Chile there are two 'seasons' per calender year, generally the two seasons are entirely unrelated competitions. Again the seasons are usually arranged to avoid the summer months. That tends to be the limit of the similarities.
They are conditioned to be around during the months of 'decompisition'. That's why during the winter months they are scarce. They are conditioned to be around during the months of 'decompisition'. That's why during the winter months they are scarce.
football season is in the fall.
about 2 months into the season.
The growing season for Nigeria seems to be around 4 months long. This growing season seems to occur during the summer months during each passing year. The growing season for Nigeria seems to be around 4 months long. This growing season seems to occur during the summer months during each passing year.
Around 4 months
They migrate during the fall/winter months
During the months of Summer, around the time of summer solstice
Usually, around 3 or 4 months.
No he was not kicked out of football, He was banned for a period of around 9 months but came back afterwards to play 2 seasons for Manchester united before retiring from the game.
the deers use there hid to help them to surivive in the winter but they also dig around in the snow during the winter months to get the food that the need to surivive during the winter months
Sept. to Jan
The growing season for Nigeria seems to be around 4 months long. This growing season seems to occur during the summer months during each passing year.
it is different with everyone i would say sometime around two months.
NFL stands for National Football League. There are usually 5 months in a regular season of American football, or 17 weeks.
no none of the football fields are heated that would be impossible NOT IMPOSSIBLE - Invesco Field at Mile High has heating during the winter months by a network of 21 miles of underground hot water tubing.
Usually around 3 months I have 6 kids and all of them have been natural births also I started to develop around 3 months good luck
It depends on the season, don't ask me how they tell the difference :P But during the winter months it's about 1000 people.... During the summer months it's around the 4000 people.
Professionally five months.
April to May
Between November and April is the cyclone season. Cyclones readily form in the waters around Fiji during these months.
In England the football season starts in August and ends in early May.
Summer months bring a lower humidity average of around 50 percent. This can raise to an average of 65 percent during winter months.