Surprisingly, you need geometry in soccer. Especially when you learn to coach, you have to be able to explain how to get the ball in the net by various shots, avoiding the goalie. This involves angles, planes, and velocity. Learning time management and passing shots are all functions of math. While it is true that some of this you learn without conscious application of math, consider that at some point you have to put a play to paper.
When you put the play on paper, look at it and you will realize that it is a mathematical problem. You have applied math to your problem and solved it! Plane geometry and applied math are components of a great game. The skills of your star players balanced against the "workhorse" players who enable your stars to shine are also a function of math.
Try writing a play in math concepts. The result is awesome, showing you that your mad math skills will make you a much better player.
When they get yards and lose yards in the game or score points
the role of maths in football is to keep track of score and stuff
Soccer has nothing to do with mathematics. Mathematics would exist and flourish whether or not there was soccer.
Its not really
Soccer is involved in math because to keep score
there really isn't math in soccer you just pass, kick, score. sources: my experience in soccer
they use math when they are in the field and they kicking angle
It can be argued that you DO need to use math to play soccer. For example, it is important to know angles for passing and shooting.
You probally have to use math in soccer to find out the angle that you kick the ball to the net so that the goalie doesn't catch the ball. I don't know why we use science in soccer.
So that you don't have to do your HW when you get home.
A soccer goalie is not related to science. A soccer goalie is related to math because of all the angles he or she must cover.
There are tons of sports dealing with math. Soccer, Football, Softball, basicly anything with numbers