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Two teams playing against each other in a 90-minute game. PARTIDO

MATCH

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The area of a field where footballers play a match. CANCHA

PITCH

3

Markers used to determine where it would count as a goal. LOS POSTES

GOALPOSTS

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Rectangular area marked out in front of each goal, outside of which the goalkeeper cannot handle the ball. AREA DE PENALTY

PENALTY AREA

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An even score at the conclusion of a game or match. EMPATE

A DRAW / A TIE / AN EQUALISER
To draw = Dibujar o sacar
Draw no es dibujo, es empate
Drawing = Dibujo, esquema

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A further period of play added on to a game if the scores are equal, and a draw is not an option i.e. in the final match of a tournament. TIEMPO ADICIONAL

EXTRA TIME

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The time at which half of a game is completed, especially when marked by an interval. MITAD DEL TIEMPO

HALF-TIME

8

After the allocated time for a match has passed and the referee has blown the final whistle. TIEMPO COMPLETO

FULL TIME
To allocate = Destinar, asignar

9

A method of determining a winner in a match that would have otherwise tied or drawn. Thirty minutes extra time is usually played before it gets to this stage. TIROS DESDE EL PENALTY

PENALTY SHOOTOUT

Shootout = Balacera, Múltiples disparos

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A free kick at the goal from the penalty spot (which only the goalkeeper is allowed to defend), awarded to the attacking team after a foul within the penalty area by an opponent. PENALTY

PENALTY KICK / FREE KICK

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A player whose special role is to stop the ball from entering the goal. ARQUERO

GOALKEEPER/GOALIE

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A player who is considered in terms of ability to strike the ball into the goal area. DELANTERO

STRIKER/ATTACKER / FORWARD

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A player who is positioned to play in the middle part of the playing field / pitch. MEDIOCAMPISTA

MIDFIELDER

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A player whose task it is to protect their own side’s goal, and prevent the other team from scoring. DEFENSA

DEFENDER

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The leader of a team. CAPITÁN

CAPTAIN/SKIPPER

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A sports player nominated as eligible to replace another after a match has begun. CAMBIO

SUBSTITUTE

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A person responsible for controlling a team and training new players. GERENTE

MANAGER

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An official who watches a match closely to ensure the rules are adhered to, and to arbitrate on matters that may arise during a game. ÁRBITRO

REFEREE

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An official who assists the referee or umpire from the touchline, especially in deciding whether the ball is out of play or not, or if a player is offside. JUEZ DE LÍNEA

LINESMAN/ASSISTANT REFEREE

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An unfair or invalid action, especially one involving interference with an opponent. A violation of the rules. FALTA

FOUL

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A punishment or disadvantage imposed on a player for infringement of the rules. PENA, PENALIDAD, SANCIÓN,

PENALTY

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The boundary line on each side of the field, within which, the ball must remain during a game. LÍNEA

TOUCHLINE / BY-LINE / SIDELINE

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A pair of posts linked by a crossbar and typically with a net, forming a space into which the ball has to be sent in order to score. ARCO

GOAL / GOAL / NET

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A yellow card shown to a player for a serious foul. Two yellow cards result in a red card, which means the player gets sent off (unable to continue playing). UNA ANOTACIÓN

A BOOKING

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Added minutes at the end of the regular playing time, to account for any time out of play during the match. Entirely at the referee’s discretion. TIEMPO (MINUTOS) ADICIONAL

INJURY TIME/ STOPPAGE TIME

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The record of goals that indicates who is winning. The final score indicates who has won the match. MARCADOR

SCORE

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A position which is not allowed by the rules of the game – when a striker is closer to the opposing team’s goal area than the last defender, when the ball is passed to him/her. FUERA DE LUGAR

OFFSIDE

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A successful attempt at scoring achieved at the instance of sending the ball into the goal of the opposing team. GOL

GOAL = Objetivo, meta

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A goal scored accidentally by a member of the defending team that counts in favour of the attacking team. AUTO GOL

OWN GOAL

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The first kick of the game when two players from the same team in the centre circle play the ball and start the game. PRIMERA JUGADA, SAQUE

KICK-OFF

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To kick the ball towards the net in an attempt to score a goal. CHUTAR, DISPARAR, PATEAR

TO SHOOT = DISPARAR

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A kick from the corner flag awarded to the attacking team when the ball has passed the by-line after last being touched by a player from the defending team. TIRO DE ESQUINA

A CORNER

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A throw is taken from the sideline after the ball has gone out of play. This is the only time a player can handle the ball without committing a foul. SAQUE DE BANDA

A THROW IN

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A shot that occurs when a player touches and guides the ball with his or her head. CABEZASO

A HEADER

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When one player scores three goals in one game. TRIPLETA

A HAT-TRICK

36

An uplifting or rousing song that identifies a nation. Usually sung at the start of an important match for each country. HIMNO NACIONAL

NATIONAL ANTHEM

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To score a goal. HACER GOL

BACK OF THE NET

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ELIMINATORIAS

QUALIFICATIONS

39

La barrera

The wall

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The amount of time added at the end of each half of football to compensate for stoppages during a game; also called injury or stoppage time. TIEMPO ADICIONAL

Added time

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A situation where the team in possession of the ball outnumbers the defending team. VENTAJA

Advantage

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A clause in football which states that a referee should not stop play for a foul if it will benefit the offending team. REGLA DE LA VENTAJA

Advantage rule

43

La línea de banda

SIDELINE

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The overall number of goals a team has scored; in tournaments where teams play each other twice (home and away), aggregate score is used to determine which team advances to the next phase. GOLES A FAVOR

Aggregate score

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A stadium which has individual seats, as opposed to stadiums which have benches. ESTADIO CON TOTALIDAD DE ASIENTOS

All-seater stadium

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A midfield player positioned in front of the center-backs, whose primarily responsibility is to break up the opponent’s attacks; also known as defensive midfielder, holding midfielder, midfield anchor. CABEZA DE ÁREA

Anchorman

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A technique by goalkeepers where they make themselves closer to an attacker to narrow the angles that can be shot at. CERRAR EL ÁNGULO

Angling

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A curved line on top of the penalty box, a player fouled in this part of the football field will be awarded with a penalty kick; more appropriately called the “penalty arch”

Arc/arch

49

Area chica. Cinco con cincuenta

Goal box

50

ASL

American soccer league,

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A pass in a football game which leads directly to a goal. ASISTENCIA DE GOL

Assist

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Either of the two flag-bearing officials positioned along the sideline; formerly called soccer linesman. JUEZ DE LÍNEA. ASISTENTE 1 o 2

Assistant referee

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A playing field made of artificial grass

Astro turf
Turf = Cësped

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(a) Player whose main responsibility is to score goals;
(b) Any member of the team in offense
ATACANTE

Attacker

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The half of the football field which contains the opposing team’s goal. LA MITAD DE ARRIBA

Attacking half

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A midfielder in a more advanced position, whose task is to assist in scoring. MEDIOCAMPISTA DE ATAQUE

Attacking midfielder

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The third of the field where a team tries to score; in football strategies and tactics, the playing field is divided into three: the defensive third, the midfield, and the attacking third. ÚLTIMO TERCIO

Attacking third

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A goal scored by a player in his own net, also know as “own goal” or “autogol” AUTOGOL

Auto goal

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(a) A match played in the opponent’s stadium;
(b) A command given to a defender, telling him to kick the ball away from his goal VISITANTE

Away

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A goal scored by a visiting team on the home team’s stadium. GOL VISITANTE

Away goal

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A method of tie-breaking in soccer tournaments where teams play each other twice, once at each team’s home stadium. The away goals rule states that the team that has scored more goals away from home will win if scores are equal at the end of a stage. REGLA DEL GOL VISITANTE

Away goals rule

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The reserve team of a club or national team. LA B

B team

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The players who make up the defensive line of a team. LA DEFENSA

Back

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An instruction, usually given after a turnover, telling players to drop back and defend. ATRÁS Y DEFIENDAN

Back and face

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An alternative term for the far post, the goal post furthest from the ball; if the ball is on the left side of the goal, the back door is the one on the right, vice versa. POSTE CONTRARIO

Back door

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The players who make up the defensive line, a term used when a team plays with four defenders. LOS CUATRO DE ATRÁS

Back four

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A type of header in football done using the back of the head. CABEZAZO CON LA PARTE DE ATRÁS

Back header
Header = Cabezaso, cabecera

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Cabezaso, cabecera

Header

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The technique of kicking the ball using the back of the heel. TAQUITO

Back heel

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To pass the ball to one’s own goalkeeper, a tactic often used to consume time or to preserve possession of the ball; also known as pass back. PASE ATRÁS

Back pass

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To tackle the ball carrier from behind. MARCAR POR DETRÁS

Back tackle

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Enfrentar, atajar

To tackle

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(a) A defender’s teammate who provides him cover as he pressures the ball
(b) The available players on a team’s bench
APOYO

Backup

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A special kick in soccer which causes the ball to take a curved path. PATADA CON EFECTO

Banana kick
KICK = PATADA, TIRO SHOOT = DISPARO

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To escape a defender with a combination of speed and skills at dribbling the soccer ball. GAMBETEAR

Beat

76

Gambeta

Dribble

77

Portador

Carrier

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(a) The substitute players of a team
(b) In football stadiums, the sitting area for the staff and substitutes of a team LA BANCA

Bench

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To kick in a way that will make the soccer ball curve in midair. CON EFECTO, DOBLADA

Bend

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The area between the two goalposts; if a ball goes “between the sticks” it means a goal has been scored. ENTRE LOS PALOS

Between the sticks

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A special type of kick in soccer where a player strikes the ball with his foot while inverted in midair. CHILENA

Bicycle kick
OVERHEAD KICK
SCISSORS KICK

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Alternate term for the penalty area, the big rectangular marking on the football pitch where the goalkeeper can handle the ball; also known as the penalty box. AREA DE PENALTY

Big box

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A very powerful shot; also called a bomb. RÁFAGA

Blast

84

Desposeer, quitar

To dispossess

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A tackling technique in soccer where a defender tries to dispossess his opponent by meeting him head on and kicking the ball away from him. BLOQUEAR EN DEFENSA

Block tackle

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A very strong shot. BOMBA

Bomb

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The issuing of a yellow or red card by a referee; named such because the referee writes a player’s number on his notebook after giving a card. ANOTACIÓN

Booking

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To clear the ball away from one’s goal

Boot

89

A midfielder who possess exceptional skills and stamina which allows him to play both in offense and defense; called such because he plays from one penalty box to the other

Box-to-box midfielder

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The scoring of two goals by one player; scoring three goals is a hat trick. DOBLETE

Brace

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(a) To escape a defender in a one-on-one confrontation; (b) A run that penetrates the enemy defense. ROMPER

Break

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To run clear of all the defending players; typically used in situations where an attacker has run free from all the defenders and is in a one-on-one situation with the goalkeeper. CONTRAGOLPE

Breakaway

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Bringing the ball towards the opponent’s goal with the use of short passes and player movements, as opposed to a long ball where one player makes a long pass towards an advance teammate. CREAR

Build up

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The line between a goalpost and a corner flag. LINEA DE META

Byline

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A person temporarily assigned to manage a team after its regular manager has been fired or has resigned. GERENTE ENCARGADO

Caretaker manager

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An expression in football: a player who is “caught in possession” is someone who loses the ball to an opponent. LE QUITARON EL BALÓN

Caught in possession

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The bold dot in the middle of the center circle, where the ball is placed during the kickoff of a soccer game. PUNTO CENTRAL

Center spot

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The defensive player positioned in the middle of the defensive line, in between the fullbacks. DEFENSA CENTRAL

Center-back

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An attempt by a defender to take the ball away from an attacker. ENVIONASO

Challenge

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(a) The area near the touchline where fullbacks and wingers (Alero, extremo) typically play;
(b) the passing lane, the line that a ball takes during a pass.

Channel

/châno/

101

Cabecera

Header. Lo mismo que cabezaso

102

Cada

Every