Futsal language QUIZ

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Do you know your posts from your sticks? Your balls from your eggs? This short quiz will test your knowledge of futsal language and hopefully teach a thing or two!

If you want to learn some more futsal language for English, french or many others – click the link below. It’s a document being used by futsal coaches all over the world as we aim to improve futsal language.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1R0LYDXJUVpgX1CsT8BqkYKjESdEOoLMWJSjSDpuLAv8/edit?usp=sharing

If you want to contribute, ask to join using the link above and see the instructions inside. The aim is to unify terms used in futsal, which especially in English is very underdeveloped.

Futsal Language quiz

Results

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Need to touch up on your English!!

#1. Where is the penalty taken from?

#2. When a team defends high up the court, what's it called?

#3. When a team plays without a specialist goalkeeper, what is the player wearing the goalkeeper jersey called?

#4. Which phrase is used to describe a move from a corner?

#5. What's the name of the item a substitute has to wear on the bench?

#6. How do you say this score? 4-0

#7. Two man plays, or 2vs2 plays are fundamental to futsal. Which is not a two man play?

#8. Which is not a way to describe the post furthest from the ball?

#9. When a team that is losing 2-0, wins 2-3, what is it called?

#10. In English, which word is not used to describe the most defensive player

#11. How do you NOT. say this score? 2-2

#12. Which term is not used to describe the playing area?

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