Student or Learner
I play football.
I go to play match everyday.
play = bare infinitive
go = bare infinitive
to play = to infinitive
Am I right? Please help me
You could say the to-infinitive to play is the object of the present simple verb go. (Note, that go carries tense: I go, she goes, he goes.)
You could also say the present simple verb go takes the prepositional phrase to play match as its object. That would make to a preposition and play an adjective modifying the noun match, like these structures; e.g., I go to tennis, I go to hockey, I go to soccer.
Note, I go to play match sounds awkward to my North American ears.
Every day is an adverb. You can put a word between every and day, like this, every single day. The word everyday is an adjective. It modifies nouns, like this, an everyday thing.