488, p = 0.991]. Many football players (54.3%) report using nutritional supplements; 82.8% of the supplements were protein powder, 51.3% creatine, and 42.3% were pre-workout supplements. Despite widespread use, 34% of players did not know the role of creatine and 67% did not know the function of caffeine in the body.
The short answer is no, and this is why. Many pre-workouts in the market are stimulant based, which means the ingredients in them will effect the central nervous system (CNS) which in turn makes you jittery but also give you a boost of energy and help mental alertness.May 27, 2012
90 minutes In Summary. A standard football match is 90 minutes made up of two 45-minute halves. In the middle of the game, there is a 15-minute break known as ‘half-time’. There are some exceptions to this duration including youth games and games with additional time and/or penalty shootouts.