This week’s English for football phrase is ‘CONMEBOL’, which is the name of the South American football organisation.
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A crazy week of football with World Cup and European Championship qualifiers that saw Albania and Wales progressing to France…
In this week’s football review we congratulate Spanish side Sevilla on retaining the Europa League title and we wonder about all the goings on at FIFA
In this week’s football phrase we explain the football term ‘Club World Cup’
This week’s listening report takes a look back at the Ballon d’Or 2013 award.
In this languagecaster.com’s football language quiz we have 6 questions for you to answer on the winners and losers of some of the big competitions that took place between June and August 2013
The 2013 Confederations Cup in Brazil has reached the end of the group stages and Damon has already opened up a lead in the predictions battle. In this weekend’s matches we have a repeat of the classic 1970 World Cup final match between Brazil and Italy as well as Tahiti against Uruguay.
The 2013 Confederations Cup in Brazil is up and running which means we have a mini predictions battle here at languagecaster.com. Remember it’s three points for a correct score and one for the right result. If you want to try your luck against Damon and Damian just leave us a comment below. Our guest predictor this week is Tracey who is hoping Tahiti score another Confederations Cup goal.
Confederations Cup: A FIFA-run tournament that started in 1997 and which is held in the year before every World Cup.
FIFA stands for Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) and is the organising committee of world football
In this week’s review of the footballing action, we congratulate Barcelona on becoming champions of the world and feature two financial scandals: one from Spain and one from Italy.
It’s Club World Cup time – who is in and who will win? Check out the latest listening report from languagecaster