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How fast do professionals kick soccer balls? | Reference.com

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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 ...

Watch Pat McAfee kick a soccer ball at near-record speeds

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Mar 2, 2015 ... Colts punter Pat McAfee played soccer at West Virginia, and decided to ... "I have a radar gun, can I see how fast you can kick that soccer ball?

How Much Force Does the Average Soccer Player Use to Kick the ...

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Apr 23, 2015 ... The solid “thwack” of foot to soccer ball, such as when a goalkeeper like ... The velocity of the kicked ball is 30 meters per second, or 67 mph, he notes. ... 17 to 30 meters per second for professional soccer players, with many ...

USATODAY.com - Stopping a soccer penalty kick is quite a feat

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Feb 18, 2003 ... And a well-kicked ball can travel from the penalty mark to the goal in about a ... 10 hardest things to do in sports is saving a soccer penalty kick. ... be able to react fast enough to a ball kicked anywhere over 55 miles per hourif ...

Adidas SnapShot App Measures How Hard You Can Kick A Soccer

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Oct 28, 2015 ... Adidas Releases App That Measures How Hard You Can Kick A Soccer Ball. ... kick the ball as strongly as college players, let alone professional athletes ... premise: measure how hard and fast a person can kick a soccer ball.

Football: Knowledge - the hardest shot ever | Football | The Guardian

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Feb 14, 2007 ... This would also be faster than Nicky Summerbee's 87mph shot on Record ... Was Trezeguet's shot really that fast, and if so, why does everyone ...

KickPower - Soccer Ball Speed Detector on the App Store

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Nov 10, 2014 ... How hard can you kick a soccer ball? The world record exceeds 124 MPH (200 km/h). Do you think you can compete with professional players ...

Why soccer players overshoot the goal | ScienceNordic

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Apr 23, 2013 ... A new study reveals that soccer players kick the ball harder and ... kick but just kick as hard as you would if the ball were stationary, it will most ...

How fast do professional soccer players kick the ball - Answers.com

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the record speed for a soccer ball to have been kicked by a pro soccer player is 110 mph.

Physics - Soccer Balls Explained at SoccerBallWorld.com

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Many fans will remember the free kick taken by the Brazilian Roberto Carlos in a ... The air travels faster relative to the center of the ball where the periphery of the ... regulations state that a professional football must have a mass of 410-450 g, ...

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What is the highest speed a football (soccer) has been recorded ...

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Aug 16, 2013 ... "The velocity of the kicked ball is 30 meters per second, or 67 mph" ... average speed of a kicked soccer ball is 60 miles per hour for professionals. ... Newcastle looks like it could have been even faster, but we can't prove it.

How fast can a soccer ball be kicked? - Quora

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According to this video, Ronaldo can kick a soccer ball at 35 meters / second, or ~80 miles per hour. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSL-gPMPVXI.

Physics of a World Cup Penalty-Kick Shootout - 2010 World Cup ...

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Jun 14, 2010 ... International soccer is so dominated by defense that two of the last four World Cup finals were ... The strongest shooters can kick at speeds of up to 80 mph. This means that the ball reaches the goal line in 500 milliseconds.