What do football jerseys 1-10 represent?
No. 1: The goalkeeper’s number, basically in all official competitions, the goalkeeper wears the No. 1 jersey.
No. 2: The number of the right-back, such as Brazil Cafu, Manchester United’s famous right-back Gary Neville.
Number 3: The number of the left-back. Europe and South America are slightly different. According to European tradition, No. 3 is a left-back and No. 2 is a right-back. In South America, No. 6 in the left-back.
No. 4: worn by scavengers and other players, usually behind the backline and before the small penalty area. The center defender in the 5 forward and 5 back era is to the right, and the 442 era represents the midfielder or midfielder.
No. 5: Generally worn by experienced defensive players. The center defender of the 5-back and 5-back era is in the middle, the center back of the 442 eras, and No. 6 in the center back partner.
No. 6: It is worn by defensive players, and is placed forward on the court. The center defender in the 5-back and 5-back era is left, and the center back in the 442 eras is partnered with No. 5 in the center back.
No. 7: The number of the right forward/right forward, sometimes also appears on the forward.
No. 8: Attacking the midfield number. The right inside forward of the 5-back and 5-back era, the midfielder or center midfielder of the 442 eras, and No. 4 are midfield partners.
No. 9: Zhonglu Zhengyin striker’s number, the representative of striker killer.
No. 10: The center of the team’s midfield is the soul and core of the team. The link between the backcourt and the frontcourt; the initiator and organizer of the offense; the fighter who can pass and shoot with all-around technology.