Bigarrowshadow Soccer Dictionary Bigarrowshadow2
Perfectshadow Red

Woodside Top
Bigarrowshadow N Bigarrowshadow2
North American Soccer League an outdoor league formed in the U.S. in 1967 that attracted great international players including Pele and huge audiences to the U.S. in the 1970s; folded in 1985.
National Team
A team consisting of the best players in a country chosen to represent it in international competitions such as the World Cup.
National Collegiate Athletic Association governs and organizes sports at the collegiate level; has its own soccer committee.
Near Post
The goalpost closest to the ball.
Hemp, jute or nylon cord draped over the frame of the goal and extending behind it; also used to refer to the goal itself.
National Professional Soccer League a U.S. indoor league that plays its games in a modified hockey rink, much like the former MISL; plays by non-traditional rules to create a faster-paced, higher-scoring game; also, a different league by the same name that played in the 1960s, merging with another league to form the NASL.
The act of purposely dribbling the ball through an opponent's legs and regaining posession. Can be very embarrasing for the defender.
Woodside Bottom
Perfectshadow Red
See our list of the TOP 10 Online Casinos.
Handpicked by the DictionaryOfGambling.com Team!