what you need for football


Football boots should be an extension of a soccer player. It should be part of your playing style. You should feel comfortable in your soccer boots. Personally, I like to wear shoes made of leather. In the past, plastic was mostly used on the upper side of the shoe. Nowadays, we also have shoes with leather on the upper. This is the most important place on the shoe, where the footballer keeps his control over the ball. That's where the real feeling of the ball is. I will always give advice to customers based on the questions I ask customers. Every footballer is different, every footballer has his own character and style of play. However, I know for sure that every footballer, regardless of their level, can play with Kipsta football boots. Something I used to strive for. It would be great if everyone wore Kipsta soccer shoes on the pitch. My preference is the Kipsta Agility 700 FG for 34.99.

Football boots

If you want to play soccer with friends, you don't necessarily need special soccer boots. Do you want to play (safely) on a grass field or sign up for a soccer club? Then soccer boots are necessary. Wearing the right soccer shoes can prevent accidents due to their protection and grip. When choosing soccer shoes, you can choose from different types: boots made of plastic, leather, with long studs or with short studs. There are also shoes suitable for indoor soccer. Before you buy soccer shoes, make sure you are well informed so you can be sure that the model suits your purpose.

Let's start at the beginning; soccer shoes. Of course you can't do without them when playing soccer! By wearing soccer shoes, you have enough grip on the soccer field and your feet are well protected from possible injuries. There are many different types of soccer shoes because soccer can be played on different surfaces. In the hall, on natural grass or artificial grass for example. But, which soccer shoes do I need? This is an understandable question! In our other blog you can read everything about the different soccer shoes, which soccer shoes are suitable for which surface and which kick suits you best.


Football is a popular ball sport around the world in which two teams of eleven players must try to get the ball into the opponent's goal. The ball can be played with any part of the body, except the arms and hands (except for throw-ins). In practice, the ball is mainly played with the feet and kicked with the head. In addition, the ball must remain in play at all times and must not be trapped, for example by lying on it or trapping it between the legs. These restrictions do not apply to goalkeepers in their own penalty area.

In soccer, the ball can be played with any part of the body except the arms and hands. Only the goalkeeper (the player standing in front of the goal) may take the ball in his hands. If you hit the ball out of the air with your head, it is called a header (Verb: Header) and this is 100% legal during a match. If another player touches the ball with their hand intentionally, a free kick is awarded and the referee in higher soccer can give you a yellow or red card. If you get a red card, you are not allowed to play in that match. And after that, they start thinking about how many more matches you are not allowed to participate in, and that also applies to two yellow cards. If you have 5 yellow cards, you have to stay on the sidelines for 1 match. Sometimes you have to pay a fine for a yellow or red card.

According to Britannica, the goal of a soccer game is to get the ball into your opponent's goal using every part of your body except your hands and arms. As simple as it sounds, there's a lot of skill involved, and that's basically what I want to show you.

The rules of soccer.

There are some important basic rules of the game set by FIFA and these soccer rules apply to any form of competition in soccer. Of course there are slight differences between youth soccer and senior soccer, but we will focus on the basic rules that apply to soccer.

There weren't many major changes in soccer rules in the 20th century. The ball remains in play at all times if it is within the boundaries of the field. Those boundaries have been expanded slightly, with the "all balls must cross the line" rule now more enforced than ever.


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