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English-German translation for: to play football [soccer]
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sports to play football [Br.] [soccer]tschutten [schweiz.] [ugs.] [Fußball spielen]
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games sports to play table football [table soccer, foosball]krökeln [ugs.] [regional, bes. in und um Hannover] [Tischfußball spielen]
games sports to play table football [table soccer, foosball, kicker]kickern [ugs.] [Tischfußball spielen, mit dem Kicker spielen]
sports to play football [Br.]ballestern [österr.] [ugs.] [veraltend]
sports to play football [Br.]Fußball spielen
sports to play football [Br.]kicken [ugs.] [Fußball spielen]
games to play table football [Br.]wuzeln [österr.] [ugs.]
sports to switch the play [football / soccer]das Spiel verlagern [Fußball]
sports to play a through ball [football / soccer]in die Gasse spielen
sports to play the offside trap [football / soccer]mit der Abseitsfalle arbeiten
RadioTV to watch football [Br.]Fußball gucken [ugs.]
RadioTV to watch football [Br.]Fußball schauen
sports to intercept a / the footballeinen / den Football abfangen
sports to attend a football match [Br.]ein Fußballspiel besuchen
to do the (football) pools [Br.]im Toto spielen
to blow a football (up) tighteinen Fußball aufblasen
sports to overlap [football / soccer]hinterlaufen [Fußball]
to be (as) queer as a football bat [Am.] [sl.]offensichtlich schwul sein
sports to book sb. [football / soccer]jdn. verwarnen [Fußball]
sports to centre [Br.] [football / soccer]flanken [Fußball]
sports to head in [football / soccer]einnicken [Fußballjargon] [den Ball ins Tor köpfen]
sports to push up [football / soccer]nachrücken [Fußball]
sports to swap jerseys [football / soccer]Trikots tauschen [nach dem Fußballstpiel]
sports to prevent a goal [soccer]ein Tor verhindern [Fußball]
sports to replace sb. [football / soccer, etc.]für jdn. kommen [im Fußball etc.: für jdn. eingwechselt werden]
sports to break a tie [football / soccer]ein Führungstor schießen
sports to intercept the ball [football / soccer]den Ball abfangen [Fußball]
sports to take a corner [football / soccer]eine Ecke ausführen [Fußball]
sports to (send over a) cross [soccer]eine Flanke schlagen
sports to punch (the ball away) [soccer](den Ball) fausten
sports to curl [the ball in football / soccer]schnippeln [Fußballjargon]
sports to body-check sb. [obstruction in soccer]jdn. auflaufen lassen
sports to create space [esp. in football / soccer]Räume schaffen [bes. im Fußball]
sports to move forward [e.g. football / soccer]aufrücken [das Aufschließen der Abwehrspieler und Mittelfeldspieler]
sports to add time on [esp. in soccer]nachspielen lassen [bes. beim Fußball]
sports to circulate the ball [Br.] [football / soccer]den Ball laufen lassen [zirkulieren lassen]
sports to take the lead [e.g. soccer]den Führungstreffer erzielen
sports to win the treble [Br.] [football / soccer]das Tripel erringen [Rsv.] [Fußball]
sports to win the treble [Br.] [football / soccer]das Triple erringen [Fußball]
sports to award a free kick [football / soccer]auf Freistoß entscheiden
sports to make it 1-0 [football / soccer]das 1:0 erzielen [Fußball]
sports to make it 1-0 [football / soccer]zum 1:0 verwandeln [Fußball]
sports to save a penalty (kick) [football / soccer]einen Elfmeter halten
sports to take a free kick [football / soccer]einen Freistoß ausführen
sports to take a penalty (kick) [football / soccer]einen Elfmeter schießen
sports to take the penalty (kick) [football / soccer]den Elfmeter ausführen
sports to take the throw-in [football / soccer]den Einwurf ausführen [Fußball]
sports to flick (sth.) [esp. football / soccer, (ice) hockey](etw.) schlenzen [bes. Fußball, Eishockey]
sports to call sb. up [e.g. football / soccer]jdn. aufbieten
sports to deflect the ball [e.g. football / soccer]den Ball ablenken
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