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Football/soccer vocabulary
Video page https://multimedia-english.com/videos/kids/vocabulary/footballsoccer-vocabulary-3952
Focus Vocabulary
Description Learn a lot of vocabulary about football with this interactive game.
Instructions 1- Look at the words and think of its meaning (and maybe pronunciation)
2- Move your mouse over the black button to check your answer.
3- If you were right, click on the green button, if wrong, click on the red.
 
Item Match Pronunciation Comments
dribble (to) regatear /drɪbl/
post poste /pəʊst/
bleachers gradas, tribuna descubierta. /bli:tʃəz/
midfield mediocampo, centro del campo. /mɪdfi:ld/
locker room vestuario /lɒkə* ru:m/
corner kick saque de esquina, córner /kɔ:nə* kɪk/
wall pared /wɔ:l/
corner arc córner /kɔ:nə*/
"Corner kick": saque de esquina.
tackle (to) entrar /tækəl/
crossbar larguero /krɒsbɑ:*/
touchline línea de banda. /tʌtʃlaɪn/
football player jugador de fútbol /fʊtbɔ:l pleɪə*/
pass pase /pɑ:s/
forward delantero /fɔ:wəd/
yellow card tarjeta amarilla /jeləʊ kɑ:d/
shoot chute, disparo /ʃu:t/
corner flag banderín de esquina, bandera de córner. /kɔ:nə* flæg/
overtime prórroga /əʊvətaɪm/
opponent team equipo adversario, oponente /əpəʊnənt ti:m/
penalty box área de penalti /penəltɪ bɒks/
soccer fútbol /sɒkə*/
You can learn some differences between soccer and football.
1. Football is the term used for many common games under the umbrella, while soccer is just one among them.
2. In different football games, the players can use the hands, feet, or whole body to move the ball, while in soccer only the feet can be used.
3. Soccer uses sphere balls, while other football games used rounded or pointed balls depending on the format of the game.
shin guards espinilleras /ʃɪn gɑ:dz/
team equipo /ti:m/
halfway line línea de medio campo /hɑ:fweɪ laɪn/
stadium estadio /steɪdɪəm/
sideline línea de banda /saɪdlaɪn/
soccer ball balón de fútbol /sɒkə* bɔ:l/
shoot (to) chutar /ʃu:t/
center circle círculo central. /sentə* sɜ:kl/
The center circle is a circular marking with a 10-yard radius in the center of the field from which kickoffs are taken to start or restart the game after half-time or a goal.
pitch campo /pɪtʃ/
goal line línea de meta /gəʊl laɪn/
penalty penalti /penəltɪ/
control (to) controlar /kəntrəʊl/
coach entrenador /kəʊtʃ/
free kick tiro libre /fri: kɪk/
football fútbol /fʊtbɔ:l/
"Football" in British English and "soccer" in American English.
kick tiro /kɪk/
sweeper defensa libre /swi:pə*/
red card tarjeta roja /red kɑ:d/
save a goal (to) parar un gol /seɪv ə gəʊl/
line judge juez de línea /laɪn dʒʌdʒ/
Also "assistant referee".
tie game empate /taɪ geɪm/
out of band fuera de banda /aʊt ɒv bænd/
winger extremo /wɪŋə*/
goal gol /gəʊl/
header cabezazo /hedə*/
injury time tiempo de descuento /ɪndʒərɪ taɪm/
goalkeeper portero, guardameta /gəʊlki:pə*/
Also "goalie".
substitute suplente /sʌbstɪtju:t/
referee árbitro /refəri:/
defender defensa /dɪfendə*/
football foul falta /fʊtbɔ:l faul/
playing field campo de juego, campo de deportes. /pleɪɪŋ fi:ld/
goal area área /gəʊl eərɪə/
halftime descanso, medio tiempo /hɑ:ftaɪm/
cleat zapatilla de fútbol /kli:t/
Total number of items: 56
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