Hから始まる英語のサッカー用語【単語 & フレーズ】

half turn   ハーフターン
/hɑːf tɜːn/

The half turn allows Kagawa to make a quick move in the midfield.


half volley   ハーフボレー
/hɑːf ˈvɒli/

How beautiful it was! Madisson’s half volley was perfectly placed into the net!


half-time   ハーフタイム
/hɑːf taɪm/

Ramos: “At half-time, Zidane put a lot of emphasis on keeping control of the game and taking the ball away from Juventus.”


halve the lead   リードを半分にする
/hɑːv ðə liːd/

It’s a quick response! Arsenal halve the lead with a goal from Dani Ceballos!


hammer   ~を一方的に負かす
/ˈhæmə(r)/

Manchester United hammered Liverpool 3-0! Here’s the match highlights!


hamstring   ハムストリング
/ˈhæmstrɪŋ/

Sanchez will be out for 2 months because of a hamstring injury.


handshake   握手
/ˈhændʃeɪk/

Before the match began, the team captains exchanged a handshake.


hand side   (右or左)手側
/hænd saɪd/

Mario Kempes was on the right hand side and waiting for the through ball.


hang on   耐える, がんばる
/hæŋ ɒn/

I think West Ham’s first priority is to hang on until the halftime without conceding a goal.


hang up one’s boots   引退する
/hæŋ ʌp wʌnz buːts/

There comes a time for every player to hang up their boots.


hard-working   ハードワークな
/ˌhɑːd ˈwɜːkɪŋ/

Southampton had to do a lot of hardwork to play against Man United.


harsh call   厳しい判定
/hɑːʃ kɔːl/

Penalty! I think it’s a harsh call! VAR would have a look!


hat-trick   ハットトリック
/ˈhæt trɪk/

Lionel Messi’s 8th hattrick in the Champions League has made him to the player with the most hat tricks in the competition.


have a go   (試しに)やってみる, シュートを打つ
/həv a ɡəʊ/

It’s important to have a go at the beginning of the match.


have a good view of A   Aがよく見えている
/həv a ɡʊd vjuː əv/

No foul! I have a good view of it!


head   ヘディングをする
/hed/

The goal was scored when Emilio Butragueno went forward to head the ball in.


head away   ヘディングで弾く
/hed əˈweɪ/

Robertoson crosses in! But the ball was headed away by the defender!


head home   ヘディングで得点する
/hed həʊm/

GOAL!! Lewandowski heads home a brilliant goal to give Bayern Munich the lead 2-1!


head-butt   頭突き, ヘッドバット
/hed bʌt/

Marco Materazzi said that he used ‘stupid words’ before Zinedine Zidane’s head-butt.


head-to-head   直接対決で, 直接対決の
/hed tə hed/

In La Liga, the first tiebreaker is head-to-head points, not goal difference.


header   ヘディング
/ˈhedə(r)/

It’s a brilliant header! It beautifully went in over the goalkeeer!


headgear   ヘッドギア
/ˈhedɡɪə(r)/

Petr Cech was wearing a special headgear from a previous injury to his head.


heat up   ヒートアップする, 緊迫する
/hiːt ʌp/

The game started to heat up after the defender got sent off for a dangerous tackle.


heavy   重い
/ˈhevi/

The football boots were too large and heavy to wear.


heavy touch   大きいタッチ
/ˈhevi tʌtʃ/

Torres got a precise cross-field pass by Gerrard, but the striker’s touch was a bit too heavy.


height   身長
/haɪt/

Messi on Van Dijk: He is very quick for his height. So, it’s quite hard to beat him.


hesitate   ~をためらう
/ˈhezɪteɪt/

Lionel Messi hesitated to give a shot and eventually lost the opportunity.


high boot   ハイキック
/haɪ buːt/

Ansu Fati is shown a red card for a high boot on Fernando Calero.


high-five   ハイタッチ
/ˌhaɪ ˈfaɪv/

Sadio Mané and Mohamed Salah gave a high five to celebrate the goal.


highlight   ハイライト
/ˈhaɪlaɪt/

The highlight of the Bournemouth game was boring because nobody scored a goal.


hit the bar   ゴールバーに当てる
/hɪt ðə bɑː(r)/

The ball from Kylian Mbappé hit the bar and did not go in.


hit the post   ゴールポストに当てる
/hɪt ðə pəʊst/

Robert Lewandowski’s free kick hit the post and bounced off!


hit the target   枠を捉える
/hɪt ðə ˈtɑːɡɪt/

Genius! How did Raheem Sterling hit the target from that angle!?


hit the woodwork   ゴールの枠に充てる
/hɪt ðə ˈwʊdwɜːk/

The ball from Roberto Firmino just hit the woodwork and did not go in.


hold one’s line high   高いラインを保つ
/həʊld ðə laɪn haɪ/

Stay there! Hold your position!


hold one’s position   ポジションを維持する
/həʊld wʌnz pəˈzɪʃn/

Let’s hold the high line! We don’t give space to them!


hold-up play   前線でタメを作るプレー
/ˈhəʊld ʌp pleɪ/

Giroud’s hold up play seems super effective so far. He eaerns time for his teammates.


hold up the ball   (前線で)ボールをキープする
/ˈhəʊld ʌp ðə bɔːl/

Here’s Lukaku holding up the ball in the deep position.


home   ホーム
/həʊm/

This was a home game, so Aston Villa would be more comfortable.


home-grown   生え抜きの
/ˌhəʊm ˈɡrəʊn/

Home-grown players tend to be overestimated from time to time.


honour   名誉
/ˈɒnə(r)/

Eden Hazard did not keep his honour and received another yellow card .


horrible   ひどい
/ˈhɒrəbl/

Obviously, it was a horrible mistake! What was he doing there?


horror tackle   ひどいタックル
/ˈhɒrə(r)/

It was a horror tackle! Why didn’t he get a red card at that time?


hospital pass   味方を病院送りにする中途半端なパス
/ˈhɒspɪtl pɑːs/

The hospital pass is a pass made to a team-mate who will be tackled heavily as soon as the ball is received.


host(s)   開催者, ホームチーム
/həʊst/

The hosts, Chelsea, were thought to become the winners, but they lost at the end.


howler   大失敗, ヘマ
/ˈhaʊlə(r)/

The goalkeeper had a howler and it directly costed 3 points for the home team.


humidity   湿度
/hjuːˈmɪdəti/

The humidity was high, so the ground was slippery. Watch out.


humiliate   ~に屈辱を与える, ~に恥をかかせる
/hjuːˈmɪlieɪt/

Borussia Dortmund humiliated Bayer 04 with a score of 6-0.


hurt   ~に怪我をさせる, (体の一部が)痛む
/hɜːt/

The moment I hurt my knee, I thought it was the end of my career.