2019-20 Ireland vs Denmark: On this week’s football-language podcast we review the football news and focus on international games. We also explain two football language phrase – to cushion and to be dropped – in our football language section…
Learn English Through Football
Each week we publish a podcast for learners of English who love football. The podcasts feature real-life stories from the world of football and follow the same format each week: an introduction, a review of the football week,
a main listening report, an explanation of a football expression, as well as some predictions.
https://media.blubrry.com/footballlanguage/p/languagecaster.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/podcast.121119.LiverpoolvsManCity.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 10:40 — 9.8MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | More On this week’s football-language podcast -Liverpool vs Manchester City, we review the football news – with stories about big comebacks, focus on some football language […]
On this week’s football-language podcast we review the football news from the week, explain the phrase, ‘fitness test’, we also look ahead to some of the big games from next week in our predictions – we’ll focus on the big top-of-the-table clash in the Premier League between Liverpool and Manchester City. We also have our weekly football language quiz question which is all about the verb ‘to take’ and how it is used in football.
On this week’s football-language podcast, the languagecaster team review the footballing news, explain the words ‘clip’ and ‘trounce’ and see how they are used in football, we also look ahead to some of the big games from next week in our predictions – we’ll focus on the English League Cup 4th Round and some of the big games from next weekend. We also have our weekly football language quiz question which is all about the language of heavy defeats – sorry Southampton fans!
…looks back at the Champions League game between Tottenham and Crvena Zvezda and looks at language connected to the phrase to turn the corner.
On this week’s football-language podcast we look back at some of the action from the European Championship qualifiers, we
also explain a new phrase, ‘to flap’, ask a football-language quiz question about derbies and of course we look ahead to some of the big games being played this week in our predictions.
This is our weekly short audio post on the language of football, and I’ll be talking about the word ‘rout’.
2020 European Championship Qualifiers – Switzerland v Ireland: On this week’s football-language podcast, we take a look at some of last week’s news from the footballing world. We also explain some football language, this week we have ‘misfiring’, and have a football-language related quiz question. To wrap up the show we have our predictions, where we look at three of the big upcoming games from around the world, including the massive clash, Manchester United vs Liverpool.
European Championship Qualifiers – Czech Republic vs England: On this week’s football-language podcast take a look at the news from the past week in the football world. We will be talking the language of football, explaining the phrase, ‘to down a side’ and we also have a football-language quiz question which is all about some language connected to penalties.
On this week’s football-language podcast take a look at the news from the past week in the football world. We will be talking the language of football, explaining the phrase ‘work the keeper’, discuss the language of goalkeeping mistakes, as well as bringing you a football language quiz question. And in our predictions, we’ll be taking a look at three big games coming up over the next week.
2019-20 Chelsea vs Liverpool: On this week’s football-language podcast we look back at the action from the first set of games in the Champions League, we also explain a new phrase ‘draw a foul’, ask a football-language quiz question and of course we look ahead to some of the big games being played this week in our predictions.
Learn English Through Football Podcast: 2019-20 Champions League Group Stages: Domestic football returns after the international break and in this week’s podcast we review some of the football language from the week, we look back at one of our old podcast from our archives, explain a new phrase ‘to secure a point’, ask a tricky football-language quiz question and of course we look ahead to some of the big games being played this week in our predictions. If you’d like the transcript to the show please show your support by becoming a patron (through Patreon). With the transcript you can improve your English by reading as you listen, or if you are a teacher of English you can use the transcript to make several activities for your learners.
2020 European Championship Qualifiers: Domestic football takes a break this week but there is lots of international football being played around the world. The 2020 European Championship qualifiers continue, there are also World Cup qualifiers in Asia and in Africa while there are also lots of friendlies taking place. So, on this week’s podcast we review some of the language from the football week, with stories from Somalia, Kosovo, Italy and Hamburg.
On this short football language podcast we introduce a phrase from the world of football. If you have questions or comments about this or any other football phrase, or you have your own suggestion, then email us
There’s a huge weekend of football taking place; with big derbies in North London, the Basque Country, Rome and Glasgow as well as big games in Italy, France and Croatia! We also have a new football phrase ‘to overlap’ and a football-language quiz as well as our predictions competition which looks ahead to games from the Europen Championships, the World Cup qualifiers and the Women’s Super League.
On today’s listening report we take a look at some of the new laws of the game that the International Football Association Board (IFAB) have introduced this summer for the new season. For this audio report there is a transcript and a worksheet, great for learners and teachers of English, which can both be accessed by becoming a patron (through Patreon). If you have questions or comments, email us at: email@example.com.