We will explain you the soccer positions by numbrs and tell you why is it like that
A short history of the origin of Soccer
Soccer is played throughout the world, the game originated in China about 2000 years ago, but the most recent account dates back to the 12th Century England, it was termed as soccer because it was played on the foot rather on horseback.
Soccer positions and formations can vary depending upon the league, age group or the region in which the game is being played. Generally in soccer there are three basic positions namely Defense, Midfield and Offense.
The defense relies on the goalkeeper and the defenders; the responsibility of the defense is to: protect the net, block shots and provide opportunities for the midfielders and strikers to score.
Next we have the midfielders, their responsibility is to stop the opponents attack, transition the ball to create opportunities for the strikers to score, last but equally as important comes the offense, the offense has mainly a striker and individuals playing at the far right and left of the field namely wingers, the responsibility of the offense is to score goals and maintain possession of the ball in the opponents area.
“10” is a standout amongst the most prestigious squad numbers in soccer, because of the sheer number of soccer legends that utilized the number 10 shirt”
What is the role and the number associated at each soccer positions ?
Soccer also has predefined positions, each position represents a different role and is associated with a specific number, for instance, “1” is often utilized by the goalkeeper, as the goalkeeper is the principal player in a line-up, it is additionally the main position on the field that is required to be involved.
“10” is a standout amongst the most prestigious squad numbers in soccer, because of the sheer number of soccer legends that utilized the number 10 shirt; playmakers, second strikers and assaulting midfielders more often than not wear this number “7” is regularly connected with compelling and productive wingers or second strikers “9” is typically worn by focus advances or strikers, who hold the most exceptional hostile positions on the pitch, and are frequently the most astounding scorers in the group however this is certifiably not a hard and set standard, these numbers may shift contingent on the nation in which the jersey is being worn.
To comprehend the situating of the players in a soccer field a numbering framework is utilized, as indicated by this framework, the numbers ‘1’ to ’10’ represent the following positions :
2– Right Fullback
3– Left Fullback
4– Center Back
5– Center Back (or Sweeper, if used)
6– Defending/Holding Midfielder
7– Right Midfielder/Winger
8– Central/Box-to-Box Midfielder
10– Attacking Midfielder/Playmaker
11– Left Midfielder/Wingers
A soccer team is like a ‘House of Cards’ remove one card and the house falls, similarly, every position mentioned above plays a different and important role in maintaining the fluidity of the team, if any player in the team lacks the proper set of skills required to execute their position efficiently, the team falls and it does not perform to its full potential.
Now here is where we come into the picture, we offer different training programs at our soccer camp where an individual can work with us to improve their soccer skills, we offer special assistance based on ‘ What one wants to learn? ’, we access an individual’s current skill set and help him polish his strong suits and provide the necessary guidelines to improve the weak suits.
For instance if an individual aims to be a better striker or a better goal keeper, we pave the way for them to achieve their goals and flourish on the field, our soccer camp provides flexible and easily affordable programs for aspiring individuals, so this a great place for anyone who wants to live out their dream.
A soccer team is like a ‘House of Cards’ remove one card and the house falls, similarly, every position mentioned above plays a different and important role in maintaining the fluidity of the team
Soccer is a “Team” game and the each soccer position is very important
Soccer is a game close to the hearts of people all around the world; Soccer is not a ‘one man show’ game rather the game requires teamwork, strategy and using teamwork to apply the strategy to get the desired outcome.
This means that, depending on the circumstances the game play changes. At our soccer club we train our students efficiently and whole heartedly so that they effectively implement the strategy and perform under pressure.