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'Diamond' formation which has only recently become popular
Common attacking formation which includes three strikers
Formation which was popularised by English clubs during the 90's, and is also the name of a U.K. football magazine
Common defensive formation which includes a lone striker
Name for the small area which is in front of the goalmouth
Alternative name for the penalty area
Length of a half
Length of a match
Stat which refers to the total number of goals allowed per club during the season, and is abbreviated as 'A'
Object which the captain wears in order to distinguish himself from the rest of his teammates
Full title of what football/soccer was originally called
Phrase describing the team who are not playing at home
Famous club from Munich, Germany (not 1860 Munich)
Famous English midfielder who plays for L.A. Galaxy, and who is married to Victoria
What football players wear on their feet
Place within the ground where supporters can get food or drink
Player who is in charge of the rest of his team
Area within the ground where either the players or selected supporters leave their cars
Famous goalkeeper who plays for Chelsea
Circle which is in the middle of the pitch
Place from which kickoffs are taken
Famous club from London, England, U.K. who play in blue
Alternative name for a football team
Name for a team's logo
Person who is in charge of training the club's players, and it is also a means of transport for players or supporters who are travelling to away matches
Where a kick is taken from after the opposing team kick the ball beyond the goal line
Bar which runs across the top of the goal
Tactic which initially involves a team having most of their men at the back defending, then when they gain possession, they quickly move towards the opposing goal
Something which clubs aim to win (other than the league)
What clubs enter in hope of winning the above
Game which is played as part of the above
Back-row player
Phrase describing a 'normal' free kick
Match where both teams have scored an equal number of goals at the end of either regulation time or extra-time, and is also a stat which is abbreviated as 'D'
Action describing a situation where the player runs down the field whilst keeping possession
Area within the ground which companies buy so that their highest-paid employees can watch the game in comfort
This follows regulation time during knockout matches if the match is a draw
Famous club from the Catalonia region of Spain (not Espanyol)
Famous club from Portugal (city begins with P)
Area of the ground which is reserved for families
Famous defender who plays for Manchester United (surname begins with F)
Object which the linesmen wave either when a player is offside, or when the ball goes out of bounds
Spherical object made of leather, which is often coloured white with black pentagons, and it is also what association football is called in the U.K.
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Stat which refers to the total number of goals scored per club during the season, and is abbreviated as 'F'
Front-row player
Another word for infringement
What the opposing team is awarded with after the above happens, unless it happens within the penalty box
What football is called in Germany
What football is called in Latin America
The goalkeeper wears these to cover his hands
Structure which exists at either end of the pitch, and also the only method of scoring
Either of the two lines which are located at either end of the pitch
Player who defends the goal
Something which the above named player usually does after the opposing team has kicked the ball beyond the goal line
Entrance to the goal
Mesh which forms the back part of the goal
The uprights which exist either side of the goal, and also it gives name to a famous saying 'Move the _________'
Venue where football matches take place (traditional name)
A match is divided into two of these
Intermission which occurs mid-way through the match
Line which runs across the width of the pitch, and which passes through the centre circle
Action describing a situation where a player illegally touches the ball with either his hand, arm or upper body, and also Diego Maradona was famous for this after Mexico '86
Action describing a situation where a player uses his head instead of his feet
Phrase describing the team who are not playing away
Nickname for Celtic, primarily because of their striped green shirts
A team is awarded with this if there is a foul within the penalty box, but the foul is not deemed to be serious enough to warrant a penalty
Players often have to take a rest for this
Additional time which is played to allow for stoppages caused by the above
Famous club from Turin, Italy (not Torino)
What occurs either at the start of each half, or after a goal has been scored
Nickname for both the Liverpool supporters who sit behind the goal at one end, and the terraces in which they used to stand
Stat which is abbreviated as 'L'
Competition (not cup)
Game which is played as part of the above
Standings which are related to the league
One of the referee's two assistants (traditional name)
Action describing a long pass through the air
Famous club from Los Angeles, California (not Chivas USA)
Person who is in charge of the running of a club
Famous club from Manchester, England, U.K. (not Manchester City)
Name for a situation where a defensive player tightly follows an attacking player
Name for a person who dresses up (usually as an animal) as something/someone who is associated with the team's nickname
Contest between two clubs
Middle-row player
Alternative name for a club
Club's name (not nickname)
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Situation where there is an attacking player who is not in possession, and the only player between himself and the goal line is the goalkeeper, also it baffles the female sex
Famous club from southern France (city begins with L)
Situation where a player passes the ball to a team-mate, then his team-mate passes it back to the original player
Something which a team is awarded with after being fouled inside the area named below
Area which is in front of the goal
This event occurs after extra-time during a knockout competition if the match is still a draw
Where penalties are taken from
Area on which a match is played
Stat which is abbreviated as 'P' or 'Pl'
Famous club from the Netherlands (city begins with E)
Stat which is abbreviated as 'Pt' or 'Pts'
Famous club from Glasgow, Scotland, U.K. (not Celtic)
Object which a referee may show a player in order to send him off after committing a serious foul
Nickname for Manchester United, primarily because of their club badge
Name of the main official
Famous forward who plays for Manchester United, is every kid's idol, and also he resembles 'Shrek'
Route which a team will kick the ball in hope of a quick score
Electronic equipment within the ground which displays information about the match which is currently being played
Area which is in front of the penalty box
What players wear in order to protect their lower limbs
What players wear in order to cover the top part of their body
Action describing what a player does when aiming for goal
What players wear in order to cover the bottom part of their body
What football is called in both North America and Oceania
What players wear on their feet underneath their boots
Name for a group of players (other than team)
Structure in which the supporters gather
Object which is used to carry injured players off of the pitch
Name for a player who's primary role is to score goals
People who cheer on their favourite club
Defender who covers the entire width of the pitch, and is usually positioned slightly forward of the other defenders
Name for a group of players (other than squad)
Area of the ground which is standing only
What a team is awarded with after the opposition kick the ball across the touchline
Nickname for the supporters of Newcastle United, primarily because of where they are from
Either of the two lines which run the length of the pitch, marking the boundary
Action describing a situation where a player kicks the ball whilst it is in mid-air
What a team will form using their own players, in an attempt to block a free kick
Object which the referee uses to signal either a kickoff, end of the half or any stoppages
Stat which is abbreviated as 'W'
Midfielder who runs up and down the side of the pitch
Object which a referee may show a player in order to caution him after committing a foul

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