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Football Accessories

 
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Football Accessories Frequently Asked Questions

The main essential accessories used to play football are balls, pumps, shinguards and football socks.
In addition to the most important football accessories, many players will carry a water bottle for hydration, a hat to keep the sun off, or a scarf to keep warm while waiting to begin training. In terms of what they carry their football accessories in, a small sports bag, a backpack or a duffle bag is common.
Most professional, amateur and recreational footballers don’t wear cups. This is primarily because of the restrictive and uncomfortable effects it would have upon their movement as they run up and down the pitch.