Professional soccer players kick soccer balls as fast as 70 miles per hour. However, this speed is only possible with the right amount of force and spin applied to the ball. More »

To kick a soccer ball so that it goes into a curve, a soccer player must place a spin on the ball's trajectory with the initial kick. The ball can be struck on either its right or left side, which causes it to spin in th... More »

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As of 2015, the fastest recorded shot in soccer was estimated to be 131 miles per hour. The shot was made by Ronny Heberson, a footballer making a free kick at Sporting Lisbon. It occurred during a match in November of 2... More »

The fastest soccer ball ever kicked had a speed of 132 miles per hour. Brazilian soccer player Ronny Heberson is responsible for this kick. More »

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To organize an indoor soccer tournament, rent an indoor facility, invite the teams you want to compete and ensure there are enough soccer balls, cones, markers, flags and nets to spare. Once you have a confirmed number o... More »

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FIFA World Cup 2014 soccer balls are purchased online from retail websites such as Amazon.com, worldsoccershop.com and soccer.com. Prices vary from about $14.99 to $59.99 for replica models and from $99.99 to $159.99 for... More »

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As of September 2014, the fastest ever recorded speed of a kicked soccer ball was 131 miles per hour. The speed came from a free kick made by Ronnie Heberson of Lisbon's Club Sporting in a 2006 game. More »