Examples of soccer in a Sentence
Both of their children play soccer.
Recent Examples of soccer from the Web
But in this homage — the restaurant’s name refers to Bologna’s soccer team’s colors — all depends on the sauce.
The boys soccer state record books are littered with long stretches of Howard County dominance.
If this doesn't really make sense, consider that the face of these cough drop Kit Kats is Yasutaro Matsuki, a longtime Japanese soccer commentator whose job requires him to keep his voice in mint condition.
Returning seniors Alec Fleming and Caleb Chapman give coach Jake Rakoczy a formidable duo at the top of his lineup, and the addition of track standout Gabe Sanchez — who picked cross country over soccer this fall — further boosts Lowell's depth.
Birmingham's soccer team begins playing in the United Soccer League in 2019.
Last week, Qatar inked a $262 million deal to bring one of soccer’s most well-known stars, Neymar, to the Paris Saint-Germain team, Qatar’s most prominent sports asset.
The inquiry into Ronaldo’s financial arrangements is among recent high-profile tax cases involving soccer’s top names in Spain.
Messi showed up to this exhibition version of el Clásico, the clash between Real Madrid and Barcelona, Spain’s iconic soccer match.
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Origin and Etymology of soccer
First Known Use: 1885See Words from the same year
SOCCER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of soccer for English Language Learners
: a game played between two teams of 11 players in which a round ball is moved toward a goal usually by kicking
SOCCER Defined for Kids
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