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College soccer is played by teams composed of soccer players who are enrolled in colleges and universities. While it is most widespread in the United States, it is also prominent in Japan, South Korea and Canada. The institutions typically hire full-time professional coaches and staff, although the student athletes are strictly amateur and are not paid. College soccer in the United States is sponsored by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the sports regulatory body for major universities, and by the governing bodies for smaller universities and colleges. This sport is played on a rectangular field of the dimensions of about 70–75 yards sideline to sideline (width), and 115–120 yards goal line to goal line (length).

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  • College Soccer (auch: Collegesoccer) ist eine US-amerikanische Bezeichnung für eine besondere Form des Fußballspiels, die hauptsächlich an nordamerikanischen Hochschulen (Colleges bzw. Universitäten) gespielt wird. Im Gegensatz dazu gibt es den professionellen Fußball, der exklusiv aus finanziellen Gründen betrieben wird. College Soccer wird hauptsächlich in den USA gespielt, ist aber auch in Südkorea und Kanada ein wichtiger Bestandteil des Fußballs. Die Regeln des College Soccer unterscheiden sich geringfügig von denen anderer Fußballligen. So dürfen beispielsweise mehr Spieler ausgewechselt werden oder die Spielzeit läuft rückwärts und endet hart bei 0:00, sogar, wenn sich der Ball noch in der Luft befindet. (de)
  • College soccer is played by teams composed of soccer players who are enrolled in colleges and universities. While it is most widespread in the United States, it is also prominent in Japan, South Korea and Canada. The institutions typically hire full-time professional coaches and staff, although the student athletes are strictly amateur and are not paid. College soccer in the United States is sponsored by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the sports regulatory body for major universities, and by the governing bodies for smaller universities and colleges. This sport is played on a rectangular field of the dimensions of about 70–75 yards sideline to sideline (width), and 115–120 yards goal line to goal line (length). College soccer teams play a variety of conference and non-conference games throughout the fall season, with the season culminating in the post-season tournament called the College Cup. The St. Louis University Billikens is the most successful men's team, having won 10 College Cups while the North Carolina Tar Heels led by head coach Anson Dorrance is the most successful women's college soccer team with 21 College Cup wins. The best men's and women's college soccer player each year is awarded the Hermann Trophy. After their collegiate careers, top men's players often go on to play professionally in Major League Soccer or other professional leagues while top women's players may play professionally in the National Women's Soccer League or in other professional soccer leagues around the world including Division 1 Féminine in France, Damallsvenskan in Sweden, Germany's Frauen-Bundesliga, Australia's W-League, or Japan's Nadeshiko League. (en)
  • Il termine calcio universitario indica il calcio praticato a livello di college e di università; è largamente diffuso specialmente negli Stati Uniti, Corea del Sud e Canada. La prima partita tra due squadre di college fu giocata tra la Harvard University e la Rutgers University il 6 novembre 1869. (it)
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  • Il termine calcio universitario indica il calcio praticato a livello di college e di università; è largamente diffuso specialmente negli Stati Uniti, Corea del Sud e Canada. La prima partita tra due squadre di college fu giocata tra la Harvard University e la Rutgers University il 6 novembre 1869. (it)
  • College Soccer (auch: Collegesoccer) ist eine US-amerikanische Bezeichnung für eine besondere Form des Fußballspiels, die hauptsächlich an nordamerikanischen Hochschulen (Colleges bzw. Universitäten) gespielt wird. Im Gegensatz dazu gibt es den professionellen Fußball, der exklusiv aus finanziellen Gründen betrieben wird. College Soccer wird hauptsächlich in den USA gespielt, ist aber auch in Südkorea und Kanada ein wichtiger Bestandteil des Fußballs. (de)
  • College soccer is played by teams composed of soccer players who are enrolled in colleges and universities. While it is most widespread in the United States, it is also prominent in Japan, South Korea and Canada. The institutions typically hire full-time professional coaches and staff, although the student athletes are strictly amateur and are not paid. College soccer in the United States is sponsored by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the sports regulatory body for major universities, and by the governing bodies for smaller universities and colleges. This sport is played on a rectangular field of the dimensions of about 70–75 yards sideline to sideline (width), and 115–120 yards goal line to goal line (length). (en)
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  • College soccer (en)
  • College Soccer (de)
  • Calcio universitario (it)
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