Soccer Vocabulary Flashcards

Association football
Terms Definitions
zagueiro
defender
defesa
save
header
cabezazo
championship
campeonato
forward
delantero
side
equipo
terrace
grada
tournament
torneo
studs
tacos
centroavante
central forward
equaliser
la igualada
injury time
descuento
changing rooms
vestuarios
o técnico
the coach
beat
derrotar / vencer
supporter
hincha / seguidor
staduim / ground
estadio
a torcida
the fans (sing.)
fit
en forma / sano
ticket tout
revendedor de entradas
underdog 
el que tiene menos posibilidades
Quanto tá o jogo?
what's the score?
local derby
enfrentamiento de dos equipos vecinos 
slam dunk
a particularly forceful, often dramatic dunk shot
spanish equivalent of F.A cup
copa del rey
kick
to strike with the foot or feet:
tipoff
a jump ball that begins each period
half time interval
intervalo del medio tiempo / descanso
penalty
a disadvantage imposed upon one of the competitors or upon one side for infraction of the rules of a game, sport, etc.
free kick
an unhindered kick of a stationary ball, usually awarded to a player as the result of a foul committed by a player from the opposing team
backboard
a board or other flat vertical surface to which the basket is attached
three-pointer
a field goal worth three points, made from behind a specified line the three-point line
Do you watch the soccer games?
I do some times?
bank shot
a shot into the basket, made by rebounding the ball off the backboard
foul
to make a foul play; give a foul blow.
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penalty area
the area centered on the goal line and extending in front of the goal, where a foul by a defense player results in a penalty kick for the offense team
foul shot
a throw from the foul line, given a player after a foul has been called against an opponent, or a score of one point made on this throw
yellow card
a yellow card shown by the referee to a player being cautioned for a violation.
coach
a person who helps a team out to help them do better and to try to win the games
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throw in
to propel or cast in any way, esp. to project or propel from the hand by a sudden forward motion or straightening of the arm and wrist:
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