28/04/2016

¿Hablas fútbol?

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Fussball-150x150Toda Europa está esperando el 10 de junio con impaciencia: la selección de fútbol de Francia abrirá la Eurocopa 2016 ante Rumanía en el Estadio de Francia de Saint-Denis. El torneo va a ser uno de los temas de conversación preferido de este verano. El 10 de Julio, no te pierdas la oportunidad de mirar la final de la Eurocopa en directo con alumnos de toda Europa en nuestros campamentos de Bournemouth, Winchester o Biarritz y participar después en nuestra fiesta international Eurocopa. Aquí listamos 25 términos en inglés que te ayudarán a hablar de fútbol con tus nuevos amigos en el extrajero.

Acerca del partido

host country/el país anfitrión /das Gastgeberland/le pays d’acceuil– This year, France is the
host country of the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament.

football stadium/el estadio de fútbol /das Fußballstadion/le stade de foot–
The football stadium
is packed with fans of both teams.

national team/el equipo nacional /die Nationalmannschaft/l’équipe nationale– The German
national team
won the FIFA World Cup 2014.

title holder/el defensor del título /der Titelverteidiger/le tenant du titre–
Title holder
Spain will play against the Czech Republic.

football pitch/el campo de fútbol /der Fußballplatz/le terrain de foot– The substitute players are warming up before entering the pitch.

jersey/la camiseta /das Trikot/le maillot – The fans are wearing their favorite team’s jersey.

El equipo y los oficiales

captain/el capitán /der Kapitän/le capitaine– Bastian Schweinsteiger is the captain of the German DEEF15C5E1FF426BAED912A0C29E4922-300x169national team.

defender/el defensor /der Verteidiger/un défenseur– The defender’s role is to stop the over team from scoring by protecting their goal.

striker/el goleador /der Torschütze/un buteur– Karim Benzema is one of the best strikers in Europe.

goalkeeper/el portero /der Torwart/un gardien de but– The goalkeeper’s role is to prevent the ball from entering the goal.

coach /el director técnico/ der Trainer/un entraîneur– Joachim Löw was named head coach of the German national team in 2006.

referee/el árbitro /der Schiedsrichter/un arbitre– Pierluigi Collina is widely regarded as the best football referee in history.

Faltas & disparos

to foul/hacer falta /foulen/commettre une faute– He fouled and the other team was awarded a JS51908241-300x200free kick.

red card/la tarjeta roja /die rote Karte/un carton rouge– If a player receives a red card, he will be send off and his team must continue the game with a player fewer.

diving/la falta fingida /die Schwalbe/une simulation– Diving is a very dishonest behaviour some players use so they can receive free kicks.

corner kick/ el tiro de esquina /der Eckball/ le corner– He scored a goal directly from a corner kick.

offside /enfuera de juego /abseits/hors-jeu– His goal was not counted because he was offside.

to score an own goal/ein Eigentor schießen/marquer contre son camp/marcar un gol en propia meta – His team lose after he scored an own goal.

El partido

kick-off/el puntapié inicial /der Anpfiff/le coup d’envoi– The kick-off of the football tournament will 76164362_pens-300x169take place in the Stade de France on June 10.

score/ el marcador /das Spielstand/ le score– The score after the first half was 1-0 in favor of England.

half time/el descanso /die Halbzeit/la mi-temps– In a football match, half time is usually 15 minutes long.

extra-time/la prórroga /die Verlängerung/les prolongations– As no goals were scored in regular time, the match went to extra-time.

draw/el empate /das Unentschieden/un match nul– The football match ended in a draw.

penalty shoot-out/la ronda de penaltis /das Elfmeterschießen/la séance de tir au but– The two teams proceed to penalty shoot-out to determine the winner.

defeat/la derrota /die Niederlage/la défaite– The biggest defeat in Brazilian’s football history was probably the 7-1 defeat to Germany in the semifinals 2014.