Bands that are worn the wrist are for sweating. Most football players, tennis players, etc. will also wear tight bands around their elbows because with repeated stress the tendons of the elbow will slowly and painfully begin to pull away from the bone of the elbow. This is where the pain in your elbow originates. With continued, repetitive use of the elbow the tendon-bone connection weakens and the pain in your elbow steadily increases. By placing continual pressure on the tendons that connect the Flexor and the Extensor muscles to the Medial and Lateral Epicondyles the tension at the point of connection to the bone is significantly reduced. == == == ==
Magnetic bands for balance
the armband has all of the plays that the players need to know on it.
This depends. Some wear armbands to stop the sweat from dripping down their hands, wear it to look cool... and lastly, some wear armbands to protect their arm from rubbing/sticking against the bass.
its just called football they have to wear clothes
most football players wore what they do now, but they used to wear leather helmets
They wore black armbands in memory of former Chelsea and Manchester United manager Dave Sexton, who died at the age of 82.
Football players, not just Chelsea, may wear armbands for many different tragic events. They are predominately used as a sign of respect, many examples include ; * The death of a former player / manager / member of the club, * The Hillsborough Disaster etc.
In Grid Iron They just wear a t-shirt then their shoulder pads then their jersy.In Australian football all they wear is their their jersy.All male football players wear groin cups.
it is what football players wear on their feet wile playing football
They started to wear pads because some football players started to get hurt so that's why the have to wear pads.- The Lister Answers
There called forearms and players wear it for when they land to the ground.
Yes we do wear cups
In their everyday life they wear exactly what you would wear.
Cause its #swagg
Black armbands used to be warn during mourning, but they are rare now.