关于踢生物力学的男性足球表现的研究是一个很好的研究领域，但这与研究女性信息时所缺乏的知识并不相关。这个声明支持麦克莱恩et al(2005)和休伊特et al(2006)谁都承认,很少有研究特征或检查女性运动性能在特定运动如足球、以及从巴菲尔德(2002)断言,“全球女性参与足球的快速上升并没有紧随其后的是研究生物的数量相应增加目标女性踢模式来确定男性和女性之间存在分歧”。人们认为，性别之间的运动学差异的识别可能会对有抱负的女足球运动员的教学和训练发挥关键作用(Barfield et al, 2002)。因此，可以认为女性研究应该被认为是非常重要的，而这些研究可以帮助消除性别之间的巨大差异。有一些研究比较了男性和女性，研究对象只关注女性。
Studies regarding male football performance in relation to kick biomechanics is a well researched area, however this does not correlate to the lack of knowledge gained when researching for female information. This statement is supported by McLean et al (2005) and Hewett et al (2006) who both acknowledge that few studies have characterised or examined female athletic performance in specific sports such as soccer, along with the assertion from Barfield (2002) that "the rapid rise in female participation in soccer worldwide has not been followed by a corresponding increase in the number of studies biomechanically that target female kicking patterns to determine if differences exist between males and females". It is thought that the identification of kinematic differences between the sexes could potentially play a critical role in the teaching and training of aspiring female soccer players (Barfield et al, 2002). Consequently it can be assumed that female studies should be regarded to be of high importance and those found could help to eradicate huge differences between the sexes. With this said there are a few studies that have compared male and females, and studies that have solely looked at females.