Football vocabulary in Portuguese. Os torcedores estão na arquibancada.

What’s up, guys! How’s everything?
Today on our A Dica do Dia, we are going to learn about football vocabulary in Portuguese. Let’s see a video with our friends Pablo and Diogo teaching us more about it.

Parts of the football field in Portuguese

O estádio
O ponto central
O círculo central
A linha de fundo
A área
A marca do pênalti
A pequena área
A arquibancada
O banco de reservas
O gol
A trave
O travessão
A rede
A bola
Stadium
Central point
Central circle
Goal line
Penalty Area
Penalty mark
Goal Area
Bleachers
Bench
Goal
Goal post
Crossbar
Net
Ball

Football Vocabulary in Portuguese: regulations

Now let’s see the referees and features that we can see and use in Portuguese, Diogo and Pablo are here to help us out again:

O árbitro
O banderinha
O assistente
O cartão amarelo
O cartão vermelho
O impedimento
A falta
A cobrança de falta
O pênalti
A cobrança de pênalti
O tiro de meta
O lateral
O Escanteio
O acréscimo
Referee
Linesman
Assistant
Yellow card
Red card
Offside
Foul
Free-kick
Penalty
Penalty-kick
Goal-kick
Throw-in
Corner kick
Injury time

Football uniform in Portuguese

Besides the parts of the field, characters and features, there is also the uniform and it is divided in parts. Let’s see it my friends!

A camisa
O calção
O calção térmico
O meião
As caneleiras
As chuteiras
Os cadarços
As travas
As luvas
T-shirt
Short
Thermal shorts
Sock
Shinguard
Cleated shoes
Shoelaces
Studs
Goalkeepers gloves

Parts of the football stadium in Portuguese

There are stadiums all over Brazil, Maracanã is the most famous one. But do you know how to say these parts in Portuguese?

A bilheteria
A porta de entrada
A rampa de acesso
Os banheiros
A lanchonete
A entrada das arquibancadas
As cadeiras
O camarote
O vestiário
A boca do túnel
A cobertura
Ticket booth
Entrance gate
Access ramp
Restrooms
Snack bar
Bleachers entrance
Seats
VIP Area
Locker room
Tunnel
Stadium coverage

That’s it guys!
We have just studied the football vocabulary in Portuguese, now you are ready to talk about football to any Brazilian that you meet.

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