Advance: In this football language post we explain the verb ‘advance’ which is used to describe a team qualifying for the next round of a tournament.
Football Language Podcast: 2019-20 Review of Tottenham’s Season – In this football language podcast I review some of the highs and lows from Totenham’s 2019-20 season. We will look at some of the language from the good, the bad and the ugly parts of the season.
Football Language: The Road to Wembley – In this football language post we explain the phrase ‘The Road to Wembley’ which describes how teams made it to the FA Cup (or League Cup) final.
Learn English Through Football Podcast: 2019-20 Final Day of the Season: This week’s football-language podcast looks ahead to the final day of the 2019-20 season – almost a year after the season kicked off last August. We look ahead to some of the key final fixtures taking place this Sunday in our predictions section, we also explain some football language that has emerged from the week including the phrase, ‘as it stands’. There is also a review of the football week, a football-language quiz question and some new polls.
Golden Boot: In this football language post we explain the phrase ‘Golden Boot award’ which is given to the top scorer in a competition or league.
Wayward pass: In this football language post we explain the phrase ‘wayward’ when describing a pass in football.
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Rusty: In this football language post we explain some language connected to the restart of football in the Premier League and in particular around the word ‘rusty’ as players get used to playing again after 100 days of lockdown.
Learn English Through Football Podcast – Showboat and Play to the Crowd: Welcome everyone to this short football language podcast.
Football Cliche: Nil-nil written all over it – In this football language post we explain the football cliche, ‘nil-nil written all over it’ which is used after a scoreless draw.
In this football language post we explain how the word ‘dispatch’ can be used in football.
In this football language post we look at a headline, ‘A moment for change’ from the Guardian newspaper
Football Language Podcast: It’s the hope that kills you – Champions League Final 2019: On this extra football-language podcast we take a look at the football phrase, ‘it’s the hope that kills you’ as I look back at the 2019 Champions League final and attempt to address the pain that football fans feel when their favourite team loses!
English Through Football Podcast – 1998 World Cup England vs Argentina: In this podcast we continue with our reviews of some of the great World Cup matches by looking at the England versus Argentina game from 1998.
Title decider: In this football language post we explain the phrase ‘title decider’ which is often heard at the business end of the season
In this football language post we explain the football expression ‘to leapfrog a team’.
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.
German Football Phrases: How much do you know about German football language? Try our football language quiz below and find out the answers to these and other questions about German language of football.
Languagecaster Predictions: Football returns this weekend in Germany with the big game between Dortmund and Schalke (Revierderby)…
Undefeated: We explain the football expression ‘undefeated’ which is used to describe when a team has avoided defeat for …