Spanish translation of 'football match'
See also football
partido m de fútbol
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Example Sentences Including 'football match'
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Football matches will take place in Newcastle.The Sun (2011)
The first official women's football match in England takes place.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
AN Arsenal fan was yesterday banned from football matches for three years for storming up to the manager's dugout.The Sun (2015)
People pay good money and expect us to win football matches and we take responsibility for underperforming in the last game.The Sun (2010)
The one thing we can be certain of is that it will be an entertaining football match between two teams who are both trying to win.The Sun (2008)
It would be a very funny football match between two teams consisting solely of defences.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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'football match' in Other Languages
British English: football match /ˈfʊtˌbɔːl mætʃ/ NOUN
A football match is an organized game that is played between two football teams.
- American English: soccer game
- Arabic: مُبَارَاةُ كُرَةِ القَدَم
- Brazilian Portuguese: partida de futebol
- Chinese: 足球比赛
- Croatian: nogometna utakmica
- Czech: fotbalové utkání
- Danish: fodboldkamp
- Dutch: voetbalwedstrijd
- European Spanish: partido de fútbol
- Finnish: jalkapallo-ottelu
- French: match de football
- German: Fußballspiel
- Greek: ποδοσφαιρικός αγώνας
- Italian: partita di calcio
- Japanese: フットボールの試合
- Korean: 축구 경기
- Norwegian: fotballkamp
- Polish: mecz piłkarski
- European Portuguese: partida de futebol
- Romanian: meci de fotbal
- Russian: футбольный матч
- Spanish: partido de fútbol
- Swedish: fotbollsmatch
- Thai: กีฬาแข่งขันฟุตบอล
- Turkish: futbol maçı
- Ukrainian: футбольний матч
- Vietnamese: trận bóng đá
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