Soccer Equipment

soccer is a sport that most children, and quite a few adults, enjoy regularly. There are leagues for the game of soccer and it is played everywhere in the world, but in some countries, May it be called soccer. This game is very popular with adults in Central Europe and South America. The game does not require much equipment, only shins and crampons soccer, so equipment is not prohibitively expensive.

Shins are the only protective equipment as a soccer player uses while they are on the soccer field. These guards protect the player ‘s shins and ankles from any bruises, fractures, bumps or other players kicking the ball.

FIFA ruled that shin guards are mandatory protective equipment for soccer players to help prevent or reduce the spread of STDs ‘s. There are two basic types of shins, and they are called luxury shins and cheat shins. Deluxe offers fantastic shins frontal protection and ankle protection and support, plus there are velcro straps held to keep the pad in place.

These shins are very simple and easy to use, but they offer really great protection for soccer players, whatever the level of play they play, beginner or professional. The cheaters are the second type of keyboard shin available, and they do not offer as much protection as the model of luxury. The cheaters are shin guards or pads that are made of a thin piece of hard plastic with a foam support on it.

This type of shin pad is held by administrative must be applied with each port of shins. The cheaters are more feeling on the ball, they are for protection, and early soccerers would do well to stay away from this type of shin pad.

Soccer cleats are a very important piece of equipment in soccer because they provide traction and movement for the player. There are two types of cleats, which are used for soccer, and they are many studded cleats and six studded cleats.

Multi studded spikes are used for dry or hard areas because they contain approximately thirteen small spikes on the bottom of the shoe. Six studded spikes are used for fields that are damp or wet. These holds have six major studs on the bottom of the shoe for traction and the fantastic ability of handling.

The upper part of the shoe May be made of various materials, but real leather is the best. A cleat soccer should feel like you wear a glove foot, leather and molds to the shape of a better footing with other materials. For the best high-end soccer cleats, kangaroo leather is as good as it is.


~ by v6708 on September 28, 2010.

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