In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1fútbol masculinefutbol masculine Central America Mexicosoccer season — temporada de fútbol feminine
- I had gotten into varsity soccer a few weeks ago, and I was excited to continue practice.
- If soccer is not your cup of tea, you can switch to the more genteel game of tennis.
- One area that has seen an explosion of interest is women's soccer.
- In fact, I was pretty much terrible at every sport ever invented, except for soccer.
- They both played soccer and softball, and, as a result, got to spend a lot of time together.
- In other words it is more a middle class sport in Argentina with soccer the working class sport.
- He slowed down to a walk and saw children playing soccer with a battered ball.
- With its big wall at one end, it was ideally laid out for a game of soccer, and games went on all day during the summer.
- Outside of his cricket Oscar also did a bit of boxing and played soccer as a left winger in Barbados.
- There is simply no argument that at this level of play, soccer is truly the sport of the planet.
- Major team sports include rugby, soccer and cricket for boys and hockey and netball for girls.
- He loved to play soccer when he was young, but his elementary school did not have a team.
- There is rough play, even dirty play, in football, basketball and soccer, but it is rare.
- The team will be playing indoor soccer and the medal presentation will be held afterwards.
- In high school, he played both varsity soccer and tennis and did some running.
- Dimitri wanted nothing to do with hockey or basketball, so he decided on soccer.
- He is a strong advocate of street soccer, the form of football which is played in the HWC.
- Away from his day job Frank is involved in youth soccer and is known as a very dedicated fan.
- Youngsters learned new experiences such as blind soccer using audible footballs.
- Now beach soccer, and other sandy versions of team sports are on the rise.
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