2019 AFCON, Copa America and Women’s World Cup Last 16: Lots and lots of football taking place this week: the 2019 Women’s World Cup moves into the last 16, the Copa America group stages are coming to an end and the 2019 African Cup of Nations kicks off this weekend!
Last Sixteen Day 2 England vs Cameroon: The knockout stage continued today with two very entertaining but very different games that saw hosts France and England qualifying for the quarter-finals. In this post we look at the language of free kicks…
Women’s World Cup 2019 – Day 13: The final matches in Group D took place yesterday and there was lots of drama with England defeating Japan and Scotland and Argentina drawing 3-3.
2019 Women’s World Cup – Day 10: Two games to report on today: The USA defeated Chile 3-0 in which the Chilean keeper won the player of the match award, while Thailand scored their first goal of the tournament in their 5-1 defeat at the hands of Sweden.
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In this post we explain the football expression ‘labour to a victory’.
2019 Women’s World Cup: Day 3 – England vs Scotland: Day 3 of the Women’s World Cup brought the first big surprise, an exciting local rivalry and the first hat-trick of the tournament as there were wins for Italy, England and Brazil.
2019 Women’s World Cup: On this week’s football-language podcast we look back at some of the main football news and language from the week and of course we’ll discuss the 2019 Women’s World Cup that is currently taking place in France.
2019 Women’s World Cup: Day 2 – Germany vs China: After the opening victory for hosts France yesterday, day 2 of the 2019 Women’s World Cup kicked off with a hard-fought victory for Germany against a very physical Chinese side in Group B and in today’s post we look at language connected to that phrase ‘hard-fought victory’.
2019 Women’s World Cup: Day 1 – France vs South Korea: The 2019 Women’s World Cup has kicked off in France today with the hosts facing South Korea in Paris in the opening match. Here at languagecaster.com we will be posting some news, discussing some football language and looking at our predictions every day during the 2019 Women’s World Cup – a great way to not only follow the 2019 World Cup but also to help learners with their football English.
2019 Women’s World Cup Predictions Competition: This weekend sees the start of the 2019 Women’s World Cup taking place in France and here at languagecaster.com we have a predictions competition. You can join by clicking here. If you have questions or comments, email us at: email@example.com
2019 Champions League Final: On this week’s podcast we look ahead to the 2019 Champions League final taking place in Madrid between Liverpool and Tottenham; it’s the languagecaster derby…
Continuing with our Champions League Final week countdown we take a look back at the all-German final from 2013 when Bayern Munich defeated Borussia Dortmund at Wembley. In this podcast we looked at five key words from the match…
2019 Cup Finals Across Europe: On this special extra podcast we take a look at some of the domestic cup finals that have taken place and look ahead to some of the ones still to be played across Europe.
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.