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We watch a football match on sundays.(always)
players, match officials, Referees, assistant referees, stewards
A person who loves football or a particular team is a fan; a person who enjoys watching a game is a spectator; a person who goes to watch the game in person is a patron (probably a fan also).
In what the British call football and the Americans call soccer, the first goal nets were used at a match in Nottingham, England, in 1891. (See And Not Many People Know This, Either! by Michael Caine).
childships or your momma
Examples of words for people who are watching a game are: fans parents spectators viewers commentators
People in England call soccer 'Football'.
Which Version? The US call American football-football and association football-soccer.In the UK we call association football-football,Rugby football-Rugby and American football a girl's game because of all the padding they wear!