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Know Soccer Terms to Play Fantasy Football League

Soccer, football is a beautiful game! It’s estimated that more than 250 million folk play the sport in some way around the world. Communication is a big part of this sport. When you play fantasy football league, you will be introduced to words and phrases linked to the fantasy premier league.

As you play and get into specific situations in the on-field and while playing fantasy football at 11wickets.com, these are some of the first ones you might hear.

CORNER PASS

This is how a footballer would put in place a crossing pass. As they run down the field to score a goal, kick the ball into the corner for their teammate to go after and kick back to them.

CROSSING PASS

This is when footballers kick the ball from the corner or side of the field into the middle to one of the teammates in an effort to score.

GIVE-AND-GO PASS

If a footballer have the ball and want to pass it to his teammate so he can get open before getting the ball back, he would shout out “give and go.”

GOLAZO

This is what a footballer would yell if someone on his team made a really amazing goal. Golazo!

MAKE A RUN

When a teammate throws in or kicks off the ball, a footballer don’t simply stand there and watch. Instead, move around in a figure-eight position to get open, after that run to an open space so they can pass him the ball.

NUTMEG

When the opponent kicks the ball by using the defender’s legs without the defender being able to prevent it.

OPEN SPACE

The area of the field, which no one from either team is using. If a footballer hears this, he goes to that space and owns it.

OVERLAP PASS

If a footballer has the ball and his teammate runs past him from behind and shouts “overlap,” it means he should pass the ball forward so his teammate can take the ball on the run.

SUPPORASS

If a footballer have the ball but the other team is defending close to him, his teammate might shout “support,” suggesting the footballer will need to pass them the ball, head up to get open, and then be prepared for a return pass.

USE THE BODY

If the ball is coming at a footballer, he should get in front of it and use any part of your body (except the hands, obviously) to stop, redirect, or control the football.

Thanks for reading! Play fantasy sports and enjoy!

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