Depends..... on hard ground ordinary trainers / sneakers / running shoes more than good enough as past experience has taught me that conventional soccer boots have no grip at all on solid surfaces 'cos of the studs (like a cartoon character stepping on a banana peel when on asphalt / concrete / tiles).
On grass, you can get away with trainers / sneakers / running shoes on a dry day... but when it's damp you'll have difficulty staying upright in anything other than soccer boots.
I once played a "fun" game of footie wearing steel toe capped wellies (rubber boots for gardening) on a break at a work experience placement for the non-employed about 18yrs ago, which made tackling some of the drug addict scum giving me sh*t there much more satisfying seeing as the company running the scheme couldn't be bothered too (one of the little c*nts was off sick for 2 weeks after I'd finished with him)..... and I still found time to set up a goal via a "Baggio Flick"
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No depends on where you doing it! We play in the streets as kids, so we didn’t. We play on the field etc time to time but just kicking around in the yard etc we wouldn’t. Was a defensive back played classic soccer in the states, highschool ball an played in college for a while, Gardner Webb should have continued but I had a family an used my degree for work... still juggle around a lot an play some scrimmage with old friends an a adult league they have in Florida..
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