Sから始まる英語のサッカー用語【単語 & フレーズ】

sack

/sæk/

〜を解任する

Juventus have sacked head coach Maurizio Sarri a day after being knocked out of the Champions League.

safety

/ˈseɪfti/

安全な

If the safety of an opponent is endangered, it’s considered as excessive force.

salvage a point

/ˈsælvɪdʒ ə pɔɪnt/

勝ち点1を拾い上げる

Although Everton nealy lost the game, they were able to salvage a point in the final phase.

sanction

/ˈsæŋkʃn/

制裁

Nobody knew if Man City will escape their FFP sanction for next season.

save

/seɪv/

(キーパーの)セーブ, 〜を救う

Great save from Buffon! He gets down to deny Florenzi inside the box!

scapegoat

/ˈskeɪpɡəʊt/

戦犯, 罪を負わされるもの

Rukaku was a scapegoat even when the loss was not his fault.

schoolboy error

/ˈskuːlbɔɪ ˈerə(r)/

しょうもないミス

Sometimes even professional players can make a schoolboy error.

scissors kick

/ˈsɪzəz kɪk/

シザースキック

Watch Cristiano Ronaldo’s amazing scissors kick goal against Juventus!

scoop

/skuːp/

(ボール)をすくい上げる

Xabi scoops the ball and Messi is there! Amazing combination!

score

/skɔː(r)/

スコア, 得点する

Hands up if you think Robert Lewandowski will score for Bayern Munich tonight.

 

 

 

scoreless draw

/ˈskɔːləs drɔː/

スコアレスドロー, 0対0の引き分け

Borussia Dortmund advance to DFB Pokal semi-finals with scoreless draw.

score sheet

/ˈskɔː ʃiːt/

スコアシート, 得点記入表

Thomas Muller was on the scoresheet as Bayern went 8 points clear in the Bundesliga.

scoring machine

/ˈskɔːrɪŋ məˈʃiːn/

ゴール量産機

Bruno Fernandes once became a scoring machine for Sporting.

scout

/skaʊt/

スカウト, 偵察

What do scouts look for in young players?

scramble

/ˈskræmbl/

大慌ての奪い合い

A scramble in the box sees Messi come close to his first goal in Russia.

scrappy

/ˈskræpi/

ダメダメな, しょぼい

He should play as a centre back. I think he is always scrappy at right back.

screamer

/skriːmə(r)/

(叫んでしまうほど)強烈なシュート

Pogba launches a magnificent screamer! Manchester United snuff out Swansea 3-1!

screw up

/skruː ʌp/

〜をしくじる, 〜を台無しにする

Inter accidentally screwed up the match against AC Milan in one moment.

Scudetto

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スクデット(セリエAのタイトル)

Which Serie A club won the Scudetto l0 years ago?

seal the win

/siːl ðə wɪn/

勝利を確かなものにする

They’ve already scored 6 goals. It’s safe to say West Ham sealed the win.

 

 

 

season

/ˈsiːzn/

シーズン

The first season was adventurous for me with much drama and many crazy wins.

season ticket

/ˈsiːzn ˈtɪkɪt/

シーズンチケット, 年間パス

Arsenal have decided to give refunds to their season ticket holders due to the coronavirus crisis.

second-last opponent

/ˈsekənd lɑːst əˈpəʊnənt/

後方から2番目の相手選手

Second-last opponent is an imprtant factor to understand offside rules.

seeded team

/ˈsiːdɪd tiːm/

シード権を得たチーム

Real Madrid could take it a little easy as they were one of the seeded teams.

seesaw game

/ˈsiː sɔː ɡeɪm/

シーソーゲーム, 一進一退の試合

I love to watch a seesaw game like this! It’s so exciting!

self-control

/ˌself kənˈtrəʊl/

自制

Even after the wrong call from the referee, Marcus Rashford showed some self-control.

selfish

/ˈselfɪʃ/

自己中心的な

The player was very selfish in that game, never passing the ball to his mates.

semi-final

/ˌsemi ˈfaɪnl/

準決勝

The semi-final between Chelsea and Barcelona was the best game I’ve ever watched!

send off

/send ɒf/

〜を退場させる

Send him off! That clearly deserves a red card!

send A to the wrong way

/send A tə ðə rɒŋ weɪ/

Aを逆方向に送る, フェイントで引っ掛ける

In the penalty shootout, Drogba sent Neuer to the wrong way.

 

 

 

sensational

/senˈseɪʃənl/

感覚を揺さぶるほどに素晴らしい

Oh my word! Mario Mandžukić finds the back of the net in a sensational way!

sense of responsibility

/sens əv rɪˌspɒnsəˈbɪləti/

責任感

A super star who influences many people should have a sense of responsibility.

Serie A

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セリエA, イタリアリーグ

The Italian Serie A is getting interesting year by year.

set

/set/

(ボールを)置く, セットする

Now, the ball is set for a free kick. Kroos is gonna take it.

set up a chance

/set ʌp ə tʃɑːns/

チャンスをつくる

Setting up a chance for my teammates is the most important job for me.

set-piece

/ˌset ˈpiːs/

セットプレー

Straight from the training ground, Shinji Kagawa finishes the corner set-piece!

silky skill

/ˈsɪlki skɪl/

滑らかな足技

Check out the silky skills performed by Isco Alarcon!

shaky backline

/ˈʃeɪki ˈbæklaɪn/

不安定な最終ライン

It was a big match. I can understand our backline was a bit shaky for the first 15 minutes.

sharp

/ʃɑːp/

鋭い

Gabriel Jesus has focused on staying sharp during the preseason.

shield the ball

/ʃiːld ðə bɔːl/

ボールを守る

When you’re surrounded by defenders, try to shield the ball as much as you can.

 

 

 

shin pad(s)

/ʃɪn pæd/

すねあて

I’m planning to buy new shin pads online today. Any recommendations?

shirt

/ʃɜːt/

シャツ

It was my dream. I’m very honoured to wear Liverpool shirt and play at Anfield.

shoelace

/ˈʃuːleɪs/

靴紐

The goalkeeper’s shoelace came untied during the game.

shoot

/ʃuːt/

シュート, シュートをする

The commentator said “It’s too far to shoot.” but Ronaldo gave a powerful shot.

shorts

/ʃɔːts/

ショーツ, サッカーパンツ

Don’t forget to bring away shorts as well for tomorrow’s game!

shot

/ʃɒt/

シュート

It’s not looking good. Rangers have had 31% possession and 0 shots.

shot off target

/ʃɒt ɒf ˈtɑːɡɪt/

枠外シュート

Here comes Vardy! Oh, but his shot was slightly off target.

shot on target

/ʃɒt ɒn ˈtɑːɡɪt/

枠内シュート

Spurs had 14 shots on target. The only shot that he didn’t save was Kane’s penalty.

shoulder blade

/ˈʃəʊldə(r) bleɪd/

肩甲骨

The black vest is designed to hold the shoulder blades.

shoulder charge

/ˈʃəʊldə(r) tʃɑːdʒ/

肩でのタックル

The hard shoulder charge from Teemu Pukki generated a yellow card.

 

 

 

shoulder-to-shoulder

/ˈʃəʊldə(r) tə ˈʃəʊldə(r)/

肩同士の

It was shoulder to shoulder! Definitely not a yellow card!

shout

/ʃaʊt/

叫ぶ

The manager, Jose Mourinho, had to shout to get everyone’s attention.

shove

/ʃʌv/

〜を小突く

Cristiano Ronaldo suspended for 5 games for red card and shove on the referee.

showdown

/ˈʃəʊdaʊn/

大詰め, 土壇場

Paul Pogba arrives for training ahead of derby showdown at the Etihad.

shrug off the tackle

/ʃrʌɡ ɒf ðə ˈtækl/

タックルをかわす

Kai Havertz beautifully shrugged off the tackle from Antonio Rüdiger in training.

shut down A

/ʃʌt daʊn/

Aを零封する

Van Dijk is on a different level. He would shut down any attacker in the world.

side

/saɪd/

サイド, チーム

Arsenal are in control of the North London derby. 2-0 to the home side.

side net

/saɪd net/

サイドネット

The Schalke fans erupt but Uchida’s header hits the side net. No goal.

sign

/saɪn/

〜と契約する

Villarreal win the race to sign Takefusa Kubo on season-long loan deal from Real Madrid.

signal

/ˈsɪɡnəl/

(審判が出す)合図, サイン

After the signal from the referee, Wolves celebrated the goal.

 

 

 

silence critics

/ˈsaɪləns ˈkrɪtɪks/

批評家たちを黙らせる

The only thing I’m focusing on is to do my best and silence critics.

silly mistake

/ˈsɪli mɪˈsteɪk/

馬鹿げたミス

The goalkeeper made a silly mistake! The ball slipped into the net!

simulation

/ˌsɪmjuˈleɪʃn/

シミュレーション, 欺く行為

Mourinho: PSG completely stopped the game with simulation tactics.

sitter

/ˈsɪtə(r)/

容易なゴールチャンス

The coach looked distressed when his man missed a sitter.

skill

/skɪl/

技術, スキル

Football is a great opportunity for children to make new friends and develop skills.

skip away from A

/skɪp əˈweɪ from/

Aを切り抜ける

Silva does well to skip away from the defender and find the feet of Jesus.

skipper

/ˈskɪpə(r)/

主将, キャプテン

The skipper of Real Madrid has been Sergio Ramos for a long time.

slalom run

/ˈslɑːləm rʌn/

スラロームラン

Eden Hazard goes on a superb, slaloming run into the Liverpool area.

sleek

/sliːk/

オシャレな

Modric with a sleek pass behind the defense! And Benzema breaks the deadlock!

sliding tackle

/slaɪd ˈtækl/

スライディングタックル

First of all, remember that sliding tackles should only be used as a last resort!

 

 

 

slight contact

/slaɪt ˈkɒntækt/

わずかな接触

Unfortunately, the slight contact in the box can make the referee call a foul.

slip

/slɪp/

滑る

Steven Gerrard’s slip did not cost Liverpool the Premier League title said Brendan Rodgers.

sloppy

/ˈslɒpi/

雑な

Hey! Don’t be sloppy on your pass!

slow down

/sləʊ daʊn/

(〜の)スピードを落とす

N’golo Kante may be the only man who can slow down Leonel Messi.

slow starter

/sləʊ ˈstɑːtə(r)/

エンジンがかかるのが遅い選手, チーム

For some reasons, the champion team was being a slow starter this season.

slump

/slʌmp/

不調, スランプ

Is Cristiano Ronaldo’s slump in La Liga the beginning of his gradual decline?

smart ball

/smɑːt bɔːl/

賢いパス

What a smart ball from Santi Cazorla to Giroud! And he scores!

smash

/smæʃ/

〜を強打する, 〜を倒す

Don’t worry. Chelsea is gonna smash Barcelona again.

snatch a point

/snætʃ ə pɔɪnt/

勝ち点1を掴み取る

Full-time: Spurs somehow snatch a point in an unbelievable game at Anfield.

so far

/səʊ fɑː(r)/

今のところ

Manchester United have struggled to create a chance so far in the first half.

 

 

 

sock(s)

/sɒk/

ソックス

Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish says there is superstition behind his low socks.

solid

/ˈsɒlɪd/

手堅い

A solid performance from New Castle earns a deserved first point of the season!

solo goal

/ˈsəʊləʊ ɡəʊl/

独走ゴール

Son Heung Min’s superb solo goal against Burnley has won the goal of the year.

sore muscles

/sɔː(r) ˈmʌslz/

筋肉痛

After the intense workout, everyone in the team had sore muscles.

spatial awareness

/ˈspeɪʃl əˈweənəs/

空間認知

What made Özil special is that he had both the spatial awareness and final ball.

spectator

/spekˈteɪtə(r)/

観衆, 観客

Spurs have been charged after a spectator ran on the pitch during their Champions League win.

spectacular

/spekˈtækjələ(r)/

目を見張る

Oh! Just out of nothing! What a spectacular strike!

speed

/spiːd/

スピード

A study has found Gareth Bale to be the world’s quickest player according to his maximum recorded speed.

spill the ball

/spɪl ðə bɔːl/

ボールをこぼす

What a mistake! Gianluigi Donnarumma spills the ball into his own net!

spin

/spɪn/

回転, 〜を回転させる

Dybala takes the free kick! And it’s in! The spin on that ball was so lovely!

 

 

 

spin towards A

/spɪn təˈwɔːdz/

Aに向かって回転する

Luckliy, the ball was spinning towards me, so it was an easy tap-in.

spit

/spɪt/

唾を吐く

The star player spat on opponent and received yellow card after their 2-0 loss.

sprinkle water

/ˈsprɪŋkl ˈwɔːtə(r)/

水を撒く

It’s normal to sprinkle water on the pitch before a football match.

spot

/spɒt/

(ペナルティー)スポット

Shinji Kagawa puts Japan ahead from the spot after Carlos Sanchez is sent off for a deliberate handball!

sprain

/spreɪn/

〜を捻る, 挫く

PSG confirmed Kylian Mbappe will be out for three weeks with an ankle sprain.

spread

/spred/

〜を広げる, 広がる

After having a pre-match huddle, the players spread out onto the field.

spread one’s body

/spred wʌnz ˈbɒdi/

体を広げる

Be brave and spread your body! Never give up on making a save!

sprint

/sprɪnt/

ダッシュ, 短距離

Is there anyone quicker than Adama Traore? Watch his unbelievable sprints!

squad

/skwɒd/

チーム, 編隊

Thomas Tuchel announces Kylian Mbappe will be in PSG’s squad to play Atalanta.

square pass

/skweə(r) pɑːs/

横パス

Square and back passes are not your first choice! Let’s play more attacking and direct football!

 

 

 

square the ball

/skweə(r) ðə bɔːl/

横パスをする

Messi was really unselfish to square the ball to Suarez just in front of the goal.

squeeze

/skwiːz/

しぼる

When you’re defending, it’s important to squeeze in order to cover space inside.

stagnate

/stæɡˈneɪt/

(〜が)停滞する

Spurs players improve under Pochettino while other teams stagnate.

stamina

/ˈstæmɪnə/

スタミナ

Modric is such a wonderful player! Tremendous energy and stamina for his age!

stamp

/stæmp/

〜を踏みつける, 踏みつけ

It was lucky that Gareth Bale wasn’t sent off for the stamp on Umtiti’s calf.

stance

/stæns/

構え

Here’s the reason why Cristiano Ronaldo does his trademark stance before taking free-kicks.

stand in front of A

/stænd ɪn frʌnt əv/

Aの前に立つ

Virgil Van Dijk was standing in front of the ball to stop quick restart.

standing

/ˈstændɪŋ/

順位表, 勝敗表

You can check the current table standing of the English Premier League online.

standing foot

/ˈstændɪŋ fʊt/

軸足

Many players tried to mimick the position and angle of David Beckham’s standing foot.

standing ovation

/ˈstændɪŋ əʊˈveɪʃn/

大喝采, スタンディングオベーション

Ronaldinho received a standing ovation from Real Madrid supporter.

 

 

 

starting Ⅺ

/ˈstɑːtɪŋ ɪˈlevn/

スターティングメンバー

This is our starting XI! Remember tonight is the biggest night of the season!

stay down

/steɪ daʊn/

倒れたままでいる

Van Persie stayed down on the ground after he had heavy contact with the goalkeeper.

stay on one’s feet

/steɪ ɒn wʌnz fiːt/

飛び込まずに対応する

Don’t be easy! Stay on your feet!

step inside

/step ˌɪnˈsaɪd/

中へ切り込む

Isco stepped inside from left to the middle to find room for a shot.

step out

/step aʊt/

避ける, (その場を少し)離れる

Hey! That’s not your ball! Step out!

step down

/step daʊn/

(監督などが)退任する

Now, Mauricio Pochettino stepped down. Who do Tottenham fans want as their next manager?

step over

/step ˈəʊvə(r)/

またぎフェイント

At the age of 10, Jesse Lingard was given a step-over tutorial by Cristiano Ronaldo.

step up

/step ʌp/

(PKを蹴るために)歩を進める

Schweinsteiger slowly steps up to take the penalty kick. Can he make it?

stick to A

/stɪk tə/

Aにこだわる

We were able to stick to our game plan. That’s why we could win tonight.

stop

/stɒp/

〜を止める, 止まる

Chiellini: The only way to stop Messi is to pray.

 

 

 

stoppage time

/ˈstɒpɪdʒ taɪm/

終了間際の時間, アディショナルタイム

Lazio seal a Super Coppa Italiana win with a wonderful free-kick deep into stoppage time!

straight into the goal

/streɪt ˈɪntə ðə ɡəʊl/

ゴールへ真っ直ぐ

It’s a supurb strike! Straight into the goal! No chance for the goalkeeper!

straight red

/streɪt red/

1発レッドカード

Bernardo Silva received a straight red card and a suspension for 3 matches.

strategy

/ˈstrætədʒi/

戦略

The game strategy told by Sir Alex Ferguson was to press high and get round them.

strength

/streŋkθ/

強み, 強さ

Marcelo Bielsa: Aston Villa has a team with very significant offensive strength.

stress fracture

/stres ˈfræktʃə(r)/

疲労骨折

Breaking News: Marcus Rashford is thought to have a double stress fracture in his back.

stretch

/stretʃ/

〜を伸ばす, ストレッチ

Dynamic stretching can prepare your body for a workout by helping to loosen and warm up your muscles.

stride

/straɪd/

(広めの)歩幅

Taller footballers have a wider stride. So, it’s harder to control the ball on their feet.

strike the ball

/straɪk ðə bɔːl/

ボールを強く打つ

Keep in mind that professional footballers strike the ball with the force.

striker

/ˈstraɪkə(r)/

ストライカー, 点取り屋

Did you watch Modric’s volley? It was like he was telling how to strike the ball in the air.

 

 

 

strong

/strɒŋ/

強い

Only few players are strong both physically and mentally.

stud(s)

/stʌd/

スタッド, スパイク裏のポイント

It was a horrific challenge! Studs were completely shown to him!

stumble

/ˈstʌmbl/

つまづく

Cavani stumbled near the box because the opponent tried to trip him from behind.

stunner

/ˈstʌnə(r)/

目を見張るようなシュート

Kevin De Bruyne’s stunner against Norwich wins Goal of the Month for July!

style

/staɪl/

スタイル, プレー方法

When Fulham realise that they have to adopt a defensive style if they want to stay in the Premier League.

substitute

/ˈsʌbstɪtjuːt/

控え選手, 〜を入れ替える

Lucas Vázquez talks with honesty about his secondary, substitute’s role at Madrid.

substitution

/ˌsʌbstɪˈtjuːʃn/

交代

Mourinho makes a double substitution on 65 mins. Wiilian on for Schurrle and Mikel on for Lampard.

successor

/səkˈsesə(r)/

後継者, 後任者

Xavi gave his thoughts on the Messi-Ronaldo comparison and their successor.

super sub

/ˈsuːpə(r) sʌb/

スーパーサブ

Super-sub Mario Gotze hits late winner for Bundesliga champions! What a moment!

superb

/suːˈpɜːb/

見事な

Arsenal’s first goal was created by superb teamwork, improvisation and technique!

 

 

 

support from A

/səˈpɔːt frəm/

Aからのサポート

Harry Kane was looking for a support from midfielders. But it was too late.

supporter

/səˈpɔːtə(r)/

サポーター

David Luiz: We can see now how boring football is without fans.

surgery

/ˈsɜːdʒəri/

手術

Neymar will only be sidelined for a month and will not need surgery after picking up an ankle injury.

surround

/səˈraʊnd/

〜を取り囲む

It was interesting to see half of the opposition players surround Lionel Messi in a tight area.

suspension

/səˈspenʃn/

出場停止

Jose Mourinho given one-match stadium suspension and fined £40,000.

swap positions

/swɒp pəˈzɪʃn/

〜のポジションを入れ替える

The commentator said Lacazette and Aubameyang should swap positions.

sweaty

/ˈsweti/

汗まみれの

If David Beckham handed you his sweaty shirt, would you take it?

sweep away

/swiːp əˈweɪ/

(危険なエリアからボール)を取り除く

Varane immediatly swept away the ball blocked by Navas.

swerve

/swɜːv/

曲がり

I can’t believe it! How did Toni Kroos generate the swerve with incredible precision!

switch

/swɪtʃ/

サイドを変える

When the full-back got the ball, probably Pogba was thinking to switch from left to right.

 

 

 

system

/ˈsɪstəm/

選手配置, システム

Sheffield United have used the same 3-5-2 system for the last 137 games. Consistent.

 

 

 

 

 

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