they train all their lives starting at very early age and ending when their bodies give out. - mostly it depends on where you want to get. Being a professional ranges from playing in USA div III to best clubs of the world. For example work ethics of Cristiano Ronaldo are mind blowing. On top of doing team practices twice a day and work outs in between, he stays after practice to train extra. His coaches have to come get him, out of the worry that he will over train and injure himself. There are specific training sessions that work on ball skills, speed, agility and so on, so after each practice he stays and does extra work for hours. His coach said that he had only seen very few players who did that. so there you go - you can play once a day for three times a week and play for some team in the US or you can train every day for hours and have no life, but be great......the choice is yours
The professional soccer players train about 5 to 6 times per week. On average a training session will last about 3 to 4 hours.
3 houys every day .
some soccer players are called professional soccer players
Because the Olympics only allow 2 professional soccer players on the team.
for professional soccer, you can have 30 players as a maximum.
Professional soccer players practice each day for three hours .
soccer players last for around 10-15 years depending on when they started there professional career.
11 players on the field at once
11 players per team.
Soccer players are paid vastly more at the professional levels than rugby players
The manufacturers, they send them hundreds of pairs a year.
In spring 2013, the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) replaced Women's Professional Soccer. There are a total of eight teams with a maximum of 20 players on each team.
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There are about 300 pro players in Africa
Originally all soccer players were amateur, but clubs wanted the better players, so they started paying.