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Association football, more commonly known as football, Futbol
or soccer, is a team sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical
ball. It is played by 250 million players in over 200 countries and dependencies,
making it the world's most popular sport. We are certainly not going to go
deep into the rules of the game, but you should definitely know that the goalkeepers
are the only players allowed to touch the ball with their hands or arms while it
is in play and only in their penalty area. Other players mainly use
their feet to strike or pass the ball. Knowing that feet are extremely
important to the game, the type of shoe that players are wearing is equally important.
Football boots, called cleats or soccer shoes in North America,
are an item of footwear worn when playing football. Those designed for grass pitches
have studs on the outsole to aid grip. From simple and humble beginnings football
boots have come a long way and today find themselves subject to much research, development,
sponsorship and marketing at the heart of a multi-national global industry. Modern
"boots" are not truly boots in that they do not cover the ankle.
Cleats or studs are protrusions on the sole of a shoe, or
on an external attachment to a shoe, that provide additional traction on a soft
or slippery surface. In American English the term cleats is used synecdochically
to refer to shoes featuring such protrusions. This does not happen in British English;
the term 'studs' is never used to refer to the shoes, which would instead be known
as 'football boots', 'rugby boots', and so on.
There are three main types of soccer cleats: round, hard
ground, and bladed. In association football, where the shoes themselves are
known as football boots, there are three different cleat types. There are soft ground
cleats which are made for wet weather. The soft ground cleats are always replaceable,
and are almost always metal, so when they wear down they are easy to replace (note:
check the rules of your club and league; some do NOT allow metal cleats for safety
reasons). There are firm ground cleats which are made for firm natural surfaces.
In the UK, 'cleats' are universally known as studs. The term "studs up challenge"
is considered a dangerous tackle made with the feet raised and the potentially damaging
metal studs impacting on the legs or feet of the opponent.
As the game continues to grow, cleats had to adapt to technological
advances in playing surfaces, most notably artificial turf. By the 1970s,
players were wearing footwear with short, rubber cleats for use on artificial turf.
Now you can find a wide variety of soccer shoes for natural grass or artificial
The next time you run out onto the football pitch (soccer
field), make sure you have a good pair of cleats.
Originally, football boots were available only in black,
but in more recent years have become available in various colours such as blue,
green, red, white, yellow, silver, gold and even pink. Big name companies such as
Nike, Adidas, Puma and the like have made an impact on the market with record sales.
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What ever type of
footwear you are wearing to play sports is a good idea. Just make sure you
stay fit, active, and comfortable.
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