A huge weekend of football sees the two unbeaten sides at the top of the Premier League table face off, the top two in Serie A play each other, the Rome derby and the Madrid derby also take place! We’ll talk about the good, the bad and the ugly news from last week, feature some English phrases used in football, including the cliche ‘no one is biger than the club’ and try to predict some of the games in the Premier League in our predictions competition.
2018-19 Week 7 – West Ham v Chelsea: A London derby features in our predictions this week. Also on the show, we will feature some of the stories from the week’s Champions League. There’s a quiz question focused on some language used this week in the footballing news, and we also feature the football phrase ‘breeze past’.
2018 World Cup Preview – Groups A and B: Only two days until the 2018 World Cup kicks off in Russia and so on today’s football-language podcast we take a look at two of the groups in the tournament: Groups A and B. We will also be looking at our World Cup predictions competition, while there is also a quiz question and some football language explanations. For this audio report there is a transcript and a worksheet, great for learners and teachers of English, which can be freely accessed here.
On this week’ s Learn English Through Football Podcast we’ve got lots of football language for those who love football and want to improve their English language skills. We’ll talk about the good, the bad and the ugly news from last week, including Dulwich, Davide Astori and some women’s football, we also feature some English phrases used in football – to arrest the slide – and look ahead to some of the big games in the Premier League including Manchester United versus Liverpool. There is a transcript to the show on the site and if you have questions or comments, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn English Through Football Podcast: 2018 FA Cup 5th Round On this week’ s Learn English Through Football Podcast we look back at some of the Champions League games and look ahead to the 2018 FA Cup 5th Round. We’ll also be explaining lots of football language in the show and try some predictions as well.
This week in the Premier League sees another London derby this time West Ham hosting rivals Tottenham at the London Stadium on Saturday morning. We look ahead to that game in our weekly predictions section of the show along with Liverpool’s trip to Leicester and leaders Manchester City hosting bottom side Crystal Palace. We also look at some of the good, the bad and the ugly stories from the week including the sacking of the England Women’s manager Mark Sampson, while we also explain some new English for football phrases and answer some of your posts. For those who wish to practise their English, there is a transcript…
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Rich List: On this week’s football language podcast we look at the recent report on the richest clubs in football, which comes with a transcript
On this week’s show Damon and Damian look ahead to the 2015 Asian Cup that is taking place in Australia.
This week’s podcast looks at Kenyan football, explains the phrase ‘pick out’ and features predictions from Kenya, Argentina, England and Italy.
On this week’s Learning English Through Football Podcast we have our three regular features: a main report on football in India, an explanation of a new football phrase and some predictions
English through football podcast: The Premier League is back and in the first of our eighth season here at languagecaster.com we preview some of the teams we think will feature at the top and the bottom of the table.
This week’s Learn English Through Football Podcast has a main report that looks back at the season in Europe, highlighting the winners and losers of the 2013/2014 campaign.
This week’s Learn English Through Football Podcast has a main report that looks back at some football fans’ World Cup memories. We also look ahead to the big matches in Europe and discuss the word ‘dugout’.
This week’s Learn English Through Football Podcast features the 2014 Premier League title run in and asks which team will lift the trophy at the end of the season.
This week’s Learn English Through Football Podcast gets ready for the World Cup in Brazil with some key numbers and facts.
It’s World Cup year and on this week’s Listening Report we have chosen a report from our archives on World Cup stars. This report is on Der Bomber – Gerd Müller.
This week’s Learn English Through Football Podcast focuses on Damon’s favourite football team, Liverpool.
In this week’s podcast for learners of English who love football, we have our three regular features: our main report about football controversies, a new football phrase and our weekly predictions battle.
In this week’s main listening report we look at one of the biggest games in the world – The Derby of Millions (Clássico dos Milhões) between Rio de Janeiro’s Vasco da Gama and Flamengo.
This week’s Learn English through Football Podcast has three main sections: In the main report section, Damon looks ahead to this season’s Champions League group stages, while in our regular English for football section, we introduce the football phrase ‘top drawer’. In the last section of the show, we feature several games from the Premier League, Serie A as well as some of the big games from the Champions League.
On this week’s football podcast for learners of English, as always, we have three sections. First, in the main report section, Damian spotlights five of the greatest FA Cup finals in recent English football history .
On this week’s football podcast for learners of English, Damon talks about the rivalry between the two teams from the city of Liverpool. In our regular English for football section, we introduce the football phrase ‘to want it more’. In the last section of the show, we finish with our predictions battle, which this week includes big derbies from the Premier League, as well as the big game in Argentina between Boca and River.
This week’s languagecaster podcast brings you more ‘language of predictions’ plus all our usual features.
This week’s main report we look back at the 2013 Champions League semi-final first leg matches that saw the two German side come out on top against the best of Spain. We also ask whether they can hang on to make it to Wembley in May?
On this report we feature some of the language Damian and Damon use when describing football predictions.
On this week’s football podcast for learners of English, we look at the match ups in this year’s Champions League quarter-final first legs, while in our English for football section Damon introduces the phrase ‘to play off the park’.
On this week’s football podcast for learners of English, we look at the language associated with setting up goals, while in our English for football section Damon introduces some phrases connected to football shots. We also continue our predictions battle…
This weekend sees the second North London derby of the season – one of the biggest derbies in English football – between Tottenham and Arsenal. In this report we feature five important things about the North London derby.
On this week’s football podcast for learners of English, Damian looks back at the English League Cup, while Damon introduces the phrase ‘to hit form’ before we finish up with our weekly predictions battle which this week includes the Milan derby, the League Cup final and another clasico.