2019 UEFA Women’s Champions League Final: On this special extra podcast we take a look at the 2019 UEFA Women’s Champions League. We look back at some of the highlights from the 2018-19 season and look ahead to the final taking place in Budapest.
This short football language post explains the meaning of the word, ‘substitution’, which is the noun form of the verb ‘to substitute’
2019 Premier League Title Race: On this week’s English through football podcast we take a look ahead at the Champions League semi-finals and some key games in the Premier League. We’ve also got some English for football in our football language and football-language quiz sections. And we’ll discuss some of the stories from another week of football stories in our good, bad and ugly sections.
New Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: On this extra football-language podcast we look at the new Spurs stadium.
This short football language post explains the meaning of ‘UEFA’.
On this week’s English through football podcast we look back at the Champions League quarter-finals and look ahead to the big Premier League games this weekend – Manchester City and Tottenham feature very heavily. We also have another football-language question, we explain the football phrase ‘acute angle’ and offer some predictions from this week’s matches including that Man City vs Spurs game.
We explain the football expression ‘acute angle’ in this post, which is used to describe a shot that is taken from a difficult angle.
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2019 FA Cup Semi-finals: On this week’s English through football podcast we look at the 2019 FA Cup competition and in particular the two semi-finals taking place this weekend. We also have a new football-language quiz, explain a new football expression and check out the predictions battle.
One-sided affair: This phrase describes a match that is dominated …
2019 Arsenal vs Manchester United: This week’s football-language podcast looks ahead to the Arsenal-Manchester United game on Sunday as the battle for the top four heats up.
This week’s English for football phrase is ‘Game in hand’ which refers to…
In this post we explain the football expression ‘chop’ which has two meanings in football – to dribble past someone and to tackle an opponent in a bad way.
On today’s listening report we look back at the career of England’s greatest ever goalkeeper, Gordon Banks. For this audio report there is a transcript and a worksheet, great for learners and teachers of English, which can both be accessed by becoming a patron (through Patreon). If you have questions or comments, email us at: email@example.com.
In this post we explain the football expression ‘unchanged’ and note how it is used to talk about team selection.
What is the meaning of the phrase ‘In-form side’? How about the oposite form?
2019 Manchester City v Chelsea: On this week’s English through football podcast we look ahead to the big game on Sunday when Man City host Chelsea in the Premier League. We have another football-language quiz, explain some new football expressions, including the phrase ‘to be clean through on goal’ and try and predict some of the games taking place this weekend.
This post explains the football phrase ‘to be clean through’.