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The home of English football; where the England national team play their home matches, one of the most famous stadiums in the world. The governing body of English football is based at Wembley.

Welcome to the website that helps students interested in football improve their English language skills. Soccer fans can enhance these skills with lots of free language resources: a weekly podcast, football phrases, explanations of football vocabulary, football cliches, worksheets, quizzes and much more at languagecaster.com.

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