It is one of my biggest regrets that I have never played a 90-minute game of football. I've always wanted to, but have either never been good enough, or never known enough people who have wanted to play a real game.
I'm coming up for 33, so there is still maybe some time.... I was an unused substitute for my primary school team (which is about as much use as being blindfolded on a beach full of naked women), and I once played a Blairgowrie & District indoor football league match for a team called BRU (Blairgowrie & Rattray United) when they had some player call-offs.
Never played for 90 either, been on the pitch for a couple of 70/80 minute games (can't remember how long they made them) during one season for the U-13 team of Burnham Ramblers (currently English 9th-tier). Took a long time to get my registration in so it was only friendlies and training until the last few months, and even then I was usually just a late sub for a few games (plus unused sub in a cup final which we lost (in a stadium so at least there was a dugout to sit in, I could've turned it round if they gave me a chance
)). We did win the league that season, though, and I ended up with a record of 1 assist and hitting the post once or twice, not sure how that compares with everyone else here
You would have enjoyed it on my primary school team by the way, we only played one game in 7-a-side (against our 'closest rivals'), but we took enough players to their school for a 'B' match to go on at the same time on the next pitch from ours, so no-one was allowed to miss out on a game. I think we lost 2-0 in that game and I had two of my team's best chances to go level. I've also captained my form in an in-school 5-a-side competition (we only had 4 players on our team and I missed a penalty in one of the games
), and played in one friendly for a new U15 club and lost something like 18-3 to a visiting U13 team (I try not to remember the details of either
), guess I haven't had the best of luck on a football pitch in my life so far...