Indoor Soccer vs Outdoor Soccer (Indoor ("Indoor soccer, as it is…
Indoor Soccer vs Outdoor Soccer
"Indoor soccer, as it is most often known in the United States and Canada, was originally developed in these two countries as a way to play football during the winter months, when snow would make outdoor play difficult."
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"indoor soccer is played on synthetic turf. Indoor soccer courts are delimited by walls instead of lines, and there are no player throw-ins."
Not good because the walls make it so that you have limited running space (no point)
"The ball is out of play when it makes contact with the ceiling." but in ioutdoor soccer the ball can go as high in the air as long as it stays inbounds
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In outdoor soccer the goalie can punt the ball but in indoor soccer if the goalie can't punt the ball because it will most likely hit the cealing. A website called Serious Goalkeeping says, "One of the goalkeepers main ways to distribute the ball over a long distance is the punt"
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