In this football language post we explain the football expression ‘yo-yo club’ which is used to describe a club that is both promoted and relegated on a fairly regular basis.
How good is your knowledge of the language of soccer? In this football language quiz we have 8 questions for you to answer about football phrases that begin with the letters W-X-Y-Z
Yellow Card: A caution or booking: if a player commits a serious foul then the referee can give him a yellow card – one more similar offence and he will be sent off
Yard: A form of measurement that is still used to describe sections of the pitch, e.g. the six-yard line is the area closest to the goal line.
Yob: A hooligan, a thug, someone involved in violent behaviour at a football match