## How much air pressure should a soccer ball have?

between 8.5 psi and 15.6 psi

In its section on rules about “The Ball,” it states that they must be spherical and inflated to a pressure between 8.5 psi and 15.6 psi. When a soccer ball is inflated with less than 8.5 psi, it is more difficult to kick and send down the field and is considered too flat.

**How many PSI is a size 4 soccer ball?**

A size 4 football measures between 63.5 and 66cm in circumference and should weigh between 340 and 390g. When pumping up a size 4 football Mitre recommend that they should be inflated to a pressure of 6-8 psi (0.42 – 0.56 bar) for training balls and 7-10 psi (0.49 – 0.70 bar) for match balls.

**How many psi is a size 4 soccer ball?**

### What is air pressure in a ball?

between 7.5 and 8.5 psi

An NBA regulation ball is inflated to between 7.5 and 8.5 psi. By regulating a basketball’s air pressure, the NBA can ensure fair playing conditions. As this activity illustrated, the ball’s internal air pressure determines how it bounces.

**Does air pressure affect how far a soccer ball goes?**

The greater the air pressure in the ball, the farther it will travel when a force is applied.

**What is the best air pressure for a soccer ball?**

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#### How does air pressure affect a soccer ball?

air

**How much air pressure should a soccerball have?**

Under it, the expectation is that soccer balls should be spherical and inflated to an air pressure level that ranges between 8.5 PSI and 15.6 PSI. “All balls must be of a pressure equal to 0.6 – 1.1 atmosphere (600 – 1,100 g/cm2) at sea level (8.5 lbs/sq in – 15.6 lbs/sq in)”

**Does how much air effect a soccer ball?**

The less air a soccer ball has the more dense the object is (a lot more dense than air) so the soccer ball will not go through the air/wind easily unless you apply force (kicking or throwing the ball) to overcome the density difference.