Urban Dictionary: Soccer Mom. Soccer Mom. A white middle or upper-middle class woman in her mid-20's to mid-40's with the following characteristics: 1. Her children usually have names like Zachary, Tyler, Kaitlin, Hannah, Hailey, or Dylan. 2.
A name of various sports All of them orginaly rooting from china but the first actually established football was played very much like american football except it had little to no rules and was played on a much bigger "field" in between villages Association football(soccer)- Very popular in UK and third world countries, widely played all around the world but not in north america for some reason, a sport played by kicking a ball with the goal being putting into a net(1).
A sporting term used to describe a particularly terrible piece of play, usually due to the stupidity of a single player. A howler is not incurred through bad luck or even poor play, but rather through absolute amateurish hopelessness.
The last line of defense that stops the other team from scoring. They are the unsung heroes of the game. They give there heart and body to the game they love, and are willing to sacrifice everything to save the game.
A soccer match, played usually on the street with no strict regulation. Commonly played between teams with no more than 5 players. Commonly played between teams with no more than 5 players. Goalposts are made of stones, sweaters, jackets, cans, backpacks , bottles, almost anything.
When one joins a sports team such as basketball, soccer or cross country, many of their practices involve conditioning. Conditioning is basically running (jogging and sprints) that is meant to get one into shape to play said sport.
Definition of soccer. : a game played on a field between two teams of 11 players each with the object to propel a round ball into the opponent's goal by kicking or by hitting it with any part of the body except the hands and arms. — called also association football.
Soccer definition, a form of football played between two teams of 11 players, in which the ball may be advanced by kicking or by bouncing it off any part of the body but the arms and hands, except in the case of the goalkeepers, who may use their hands to catch, carry, throw, or stop the ball.