a. el fútbol. (m) means that a noun is masculine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol). (M) You need shin guards if you're going to play soccer.Necesitas espinilleras si vas a jugar al fútbol. b. el futbol. (m) means that a noun is masculine.
The Spanish word for football or soccer is fútbol, a word whose stress goes on the second-to-last syllable: Y este... y juego al fútbol también a veces. And well...
1.- In Spanish, soccer is fútbol. 2.- La Liga, also known as La Primera División, is the men’s top professional soccer league in Spain and one of the most important in the world. Unlike the USA leagues, teams that are part of La Liga can be relegated to the second league.
Association football – commonly known as football (or soccer in the United States and Canada), (Spanish: Fútbol asociación) – is the most popular sport in Spain, followed by basketball and tennis.
Soccer, football, called Fútbol in Spanish, is the most loved sport in Spain. It’s like a religion in the country, because such is the devotion expressed by the Spanish to their beloved sport. Soccer is the most participated and spectator sport.
soccer player (sa-kuhrpley-uhr) A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house). noun. 1. (sports) a. el futbolista. (m) means that a noun is masculine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).
Partido: (Noun, masc.) Football match, soccer game. ¿Cuándo es el próximo partido de fútbol? (When is the next soccer game?) Empate: (Noun, masc.) Draw, tie. El clásico quedó en empate. (The classic game ended in a tie.) Medio tiempo: (Noun, masc.) Half-time. Los jugadores esperan el medio tiempo para descansar.
Coming into Spain, I had an idea how important soccer was, but I really did not know what it meant for the people. You see, it is more than an obsession. It is part of their culture. People connect with others by watching and talking about soccer games. In Spain there is the big rival, Real Madrid C.F. and F.C. Barcelona.
The football league system in Spain consists of several leagues bound together hierarchically by promotion and relegation. The Spanish football federation allows reserve teams to compete in the main league system, as is the case in most of Europe. However, reserve teams are not allowed to compete in the same tier as their senior team, and no reserve team has thus competed in the top flight, Primera División.