A soccer game has two halves, not quarters. In a competitive soccer match, each half lasts 45 minutes. The length of each half might vary depending on the players’ experience level and age in several soccer organisations.
In order to make up for time lost during player changes and other time-consuming procedures in between plays, referees have the option of adding more time at the end of a half.
There is an interval in a soccer match between the two halves. League regulations set the intermission time limit. The interval between halves is capped in some leagues, perhaps at 15 minutes.