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.
2018 Chelsea vs Tottenham: The international friendlies have finished and our attention returns to domestic football this weekend with important games at the top and bottom of the table, including a huge London derby between Chelsea and Tottenham.
This week sees some big derbies in the Premier League. The Merseyside derby, with Liverpool hosting Everton at Anfield and a crunch game at the top between the two Manchester sides
Huge matches this weekend including derbies from Istanbul, the north-east of England, Manchester and Lisbon as well as …
More big games taking place this weekend including the Basque derby between Real Sociedad and Athletic Bilbao and the biggest game in Brazil
There are some big games taking place this weekend including two London derbies, while we also feature the Portguese Classico…
Domestic football returns this week and we have six huge matches for our predictions battle including some huge derbies from Argentina…
We are entering the business end of the European season and on this week’s predictions we feature three games from the Premier League including a relegation battle and a London derby.
Another big football weekend around Europe sees derbies from London, Athens, Galicia in northern Spain and the big derby from Genoa in Italy all feature in this week’s predictions competition.
On this week’s football language podcast we discuss some questions connected with the Merseyside and North London derbies taking place this weekend.
A huge weekend of football action sees the African Cup of Nations final taking place and a whole host of derbies and top of the table clashes across Europe
The 2015 Asian Cup kicks off in Australia this weekend and we feature three games from the opening set of matches, including the hosts Australia as they take on Kuwait while holders Japan play newcomers Palestine.
This week’s Learn English Through Football Podcast – Derbies galore! Merseyside, the South of France, a Basque clash, the Rhur, North London and the Derby of the Lantern!
All six of the games that we look at in this week’s predictions battle are derbies. The Merseyside and North London derbies will dominate the headlines in England while the Ruhr derby is probably the most famous one in Germany. We also feature derbies taking place on the south coast of France and in the city of Genoa
Some huge matches this week. Another big London derby sees Arsenal take on Chelsea while in Spain we have el Clásico. Next Wednesday sees two huge derbies: Manchester City take on Manchester United and Schalke play Dortmund in the Ruhr derby.
Huge matches in this week’s predictions battle as local rivals in Athens, Madrid and London meet, while there are also two ‘classic’ match-ups – one from Italy and the other from France. from This week’s guest predictor is Bill, a fan of Spurs.
After all the excitement of the World Cup qualifiers we return to club football this week with a huge derby in Spain (Sevilla-Betis), some top-of-the-table clashes in England and Germany as well as a very interesting Champions League game
We have some very big derbies to look forward to this weekend starting with the Catalan derby this evening between Barcelona and Espanyol, followed by the biggest derby in Greek football and the first-ever south-Wales derby to take place in the Premier League.
This week’s Languagecaster Predictions Battle features huge derbies from London, Turin and Madrid where there will be no love lost between the city rivals. We also have some games from the Champions League group stages.
Some huge matches this week including a Champions League final rehearsal, derbies from london and Merseyside as well as el Superclásico from Argentina.