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What is the difference between rugby boots and soccer cleats?

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My rugby boots are heavier and sturdier than my soccer cleats. Depending on the position you play, some of the boots go higher up the ankle instead of soccer cleats that cut off just below it. Also, rugby boots have around 10 studs whereas soccer cleats have about 16, give or take.

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Rugby games are unique in that each one consists of two forty minute halves to make a total of eighty minutes game time. Like in soccer, some games can go slightly longer if no one has scored or if there are penalties.

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