Soccer

  • (noun): A football game in which two teams of 11 players try to kick or head a ball into the opponents' goal.
    Synonyms: association football

Some articles on soccer:

University Hill Secondary School - Athletics
... variety of sports to its students including volleyball, soccer, and basketball ... Senior Girls Volleyball is played in Vancouver Secondary Schools' leagues as well as Senior Boys' soccer ... Boys' Volleyball, girls' soccer, and boys' and girls' tennis are offered in the spring ...
Rift Valley Academy - Sports
... varsity sports swept nearly every championship, including men's and women's soccer, basketball, and volleyball ... In 2010 the Mens Varisty Soccer won the ISL Championship undefeated and even won the sportmanship and character award ... teams and terms Term Boys Girls Term 1 Soccer, Tennis Basketball Term 2 Basketball Soccer, Field Hockey Term 3 Rugby, Volleyball Volleyball ...
Virginia Cavaliers - Soccer
... home to several successful programs, including Virginia men's soccer ... National Soccer Team to their best World Cup showing since 1930 ...
Tullamarine, Victoria - Sport - Soccer
... The Tullamarine Jets FC Soccer Club was formed in 2005 but moved to its current home ground, Tullamarine Reserve on Melrose Drive in 2008 ...
National Stadium - United States
... Like Spain, the US soccer team has no dedicated stadium or arena ... The women's soccer team also has no dedicated venue ... and the World Cups in men's and women's soccer ...

Famous quotes containing the word soccer:

    Our first line of defense in raising children with values is modeling good behavior ourselves. This is critical. How will our kids learn tolerance for others if our hearts are filled with hate? Learn compassion if we are indifferent? Perceive academics as important if soccer practice is a higher priority than homework?
    Fred G. Gosman (20th century)

    We want beans, not goals.
    —Mexican steelworkers’ banner at opening ceremony of 1986 World Cup soccer championship.

    If we were doing this in the Falklands they would love it. It’s part of our heritage. The British have always been fighting wars.
    —British soccer fan. quoted in Independent (London, Dec. 23, 1988)