Football Language: Review of Football Language 2020

In this football language post we look back at some of the words and phrases from our podcasts in 2020. How many of them do you remember? How might you use them in a sentence? How could you say them in another language that you know? If you have questions or comments about this, or any other football phrase, you can email us at:

Football Language Podcast: Review of Football Language 2020

In this end-of-year football-language podcast we are going to look back at some of the words and phrases we posted on our site over the past 12 months.














DF: We hope you enjoyed our review of some of the words and phrases we looked at over the past year. You can drop us a line at and leave a comment below this post. Check out our glossary of footballing phrases here. If you have any suggestions, contact us at

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  • This is an amazing concept. My swiss cousins learned English through their love of volleyball (as well as television). This makes perfect sense to take people’s passions and roll them into additional education.