So there it is, a leather soccer ball, sitting in front of you. How do you get the ball rolling? A small, but sharp, tap with your foot will work just fine. Do it again and you've started dribbling. Dribbling is the way that soccer players move the ball up and down the field by themselves.
Can you guess how many parts of the foot soccer players use? If you guessed four, you're right! Soccer players use the insides of their feet, the outsides of their feet, the bottoms of their feet, and the insteps. But what about the toes, you ask? The toes are kind of like knees. It's legal to use them, but you won't get much control.