Football players cannot use baseball cleats to play football. Baseball cleats are all roughly the same size and weight, while the sizes of football cleats vary based on the size of the player. Cleat manufacturers utilize different materials when making the spikes and studs on the bottoms of the shoes.
In football, players need heavier cleats to support the physical toll they experience during a game. Football cleats feature only plastic studs, while baseball cleats feature rubber, plastic or metal spikes on the bottoms of the shoes. Baseball players perform better with lightweight cleats because less weight allows the players to run faster during the game.