When it comes to deciding which sport is more difficult to play, soccer or football, it's clear that soccer requires more players and skill. Football is more popular than soccer due to its global reach, but soccer is the most popular sport in the world. Futsal is a fast-paced game that requires players to have a firm connection to the field, or they could lose a scoring opportunity or even harm themselves. Soccer players suffer more injuries than football players, as soccer is a non-contact sport and not necessarily aggressive.
NFL players need some stamina, a lot of weight lifting and a tough physique to withstand the physical shocks that are said to be like having a car accident with every hit. Soccer is better because you can hit people and run the ball and you don't have to worry about ball control as much as in football. A soccer player must be able to kick the ball precisely, pass it with care and control when it reaches his feet. A soccer goal is also a much smaller goal to aim at than the end zone or the posts at each end of a football field. When comparing the two immensely popular sports, American football and international football (soccer), it's clear that soccer requires more skill, stamina and frequency with which a team scores a point or goal.
Soccer is more difficult than football in this area. Even so, a soccer player must follow the instructions well and be effective in adapting to the game situation as it changes without depending on the coach to tell him what to do. You can play football at any age, you only need one ball, and it's simple but technical. The surface and overall size of soccer and football fields are approximately the same: 120 yards by 50 to 70. Soccer is slowly growing in popularity in the United States, but it's still the most loved sport and it doesn't look like it's going to change anytime soon. When comparing the two sports, it becomes clear that football is more difficult, since it requires more endurance and stamina from the player than soccer.
Soccer may never be “difficult” enough for some because, generally, soccer players don't try to tear an opponent's head off with unnecessary violence on the field of play.