The Business of Soccer vs. The Business of Football. The world’s favorite sport may be beloved around the globe, but the value of football teams is off the charts — but at least the world’s best soccer players earn more than the top NFL players. A new report from Forbes clearly shows dramatic distinctions.
In American football, the players are required to wear lots of protective gear, including helmets, shoulder pads, girdle pads, and gloves. In soccer, players only wear shin pads and boots. Having listed some of the differences between football and soccer, let’s now have a look into the things that make these two sports similar to one another.
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American football is a game with intense physical aggression with players that have speed, power, and explosiveness that requires helmets and padding to be worn. Soccer (called fútbol or football in most countries) is the most popular sport in the world.
In football, the players have a 160 foot wide by 10-yard deep end zone where a soccer player only has an 8 yard wide by an 8-foot high target to aim at. This requires much more accuracy. Already we can see that it would be harder to score a goal in soccer than it is to score points in football.
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Top players rankings. You are on the page with the ranking of soccer players. Here you can easily check which player scored the most goals in the current season, and also received the most cards, had the most assists, passes, shots. Last table is ranking with the best goalkeeper in the world.
The Soccer Body. Unlike basketball and football, soccer welcomes all body types, especially at the recreational level. In terms of the male pros, lean and muscular players ranging from about 5 feet, 8 inches to 6 feet, 1 inch are typical. A 2009 study found an average height in Europe, for example, for male footballers at the top clubs is 182 ...