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In this football language post we introduce the word ‘corker’ and explain how it is used in football.
Learn English Through Football Podcast – Showboat and Play to the Crowd: Welcome everyone to this short football language podcast.
Football Language Podcast: June 2020 – Premier League set to restart: On this week’s football-language podcast we take a look at some of the news from the football world.
In this football language post we explain how the word ‘release’ can be used in football. It is used with contracts and transfers and also passes.
Football in the Bundesliga has been back for over a week now and on this show, we take a look at some of the language connected with one of these Bundesliga matches from the week – the Berlin derby between Hertha and Union.
In this football language post we explain the football expression ‘to pull off’. This often used to in connection with making saves.
Try this listening quiz based on part of the podcast Lay Down a Marker, featuring a game between Leicester and Liverpool.
Laying down a marker: On this week’s podcast, Damon picks one of his team’s key matches and discusses some of the football language used…
Try this listening quiz based on part of the podcast Hard Fought Win, featuring a game between Liverpool and Aston Villa.
English Through Football Podcast-April 2020 – Hard-Fought Wins: On this week’s podcast, we take a look back at a Liverpool match.
How much do you know about the 1994 World Cup in the USA? Who scored 5 in one game? Who missed a famous spot kick?
How much do you know about the first ever World Cup – the 1930 version? Which teams competed? Who was the winner? What was celebrated by the hosts Uruguay at the same time? Try our football quiz below and find out the answers to these and other questions about the 1986 World Cup.
Football Quiz: 2002 World Cup – Try our football quiz and find out the answers to these and other questions about the 2002 World Cup.
March the 24th 2016 saw the passing of one of the greatest footballers ever – Johan Cruyff. To remember this great player, this week’s listening practice report is an adapted report from our archives. The post was originally published on May 1, 2011 as part of our World Cup Stars series. You can find explanations of key vocabulary (in bold) at the end of the post. You can listen to the podcast by clicking on the file below – you can also subscribe and listen to all our football-language podcasts – there are hundreds of them!
Football Language Podcast – El Clásico 2020: Some huge games this week, with el Clásico in La Liga, Juventus versus Inter in Italy, the League Cup final in England and the ‘derby’ between Brighton and Hove Albion and Crystal Palace! In this show we discuss the football language phrase ‘under the cosh’, as well as some of the news from the football world this week, including some of the Champions League games that took place. There’s also a football language quiz question and some predictions at the end of the show.
I’ll be looking at a few phrases from our football glossary of soccer vocabulary in this episode, specifically phrases beginning with ‘under’ in our ‘U’ category
In this football language post we explain the phrase ‘Under the Cosh’. This phrase is often connected with attacking football.
I’ll be talking about two phrases you’ll hear in football – half volley and daisy cutter
This week’s football phrase is specific to the game in England and is ‘The Everton Cup’.