Katherine is a pretty common name in Eastern Europe.
Soccer in Europe is generally thought to be played at a quicker pace than US soccer
I say about 97% of Europe likes soccer
Football/ Soccer was invented in England, which is part of Europe.
how many professional soccer teams are there in Europe
Europe is often referred to as 'The old continent'.
Soccer. That's about it. But it depends on what part of Europe. Hockey is pretty big in Scandinavia; you have a lot of Rugby in the British Isles. I would name soccer as the outright winner for sports in Europe (and pretty well everywhere else in the world).
The Portuguese are the soccer champions of Europe, for Soccer. Although they came 2nd in the 2004 world cup, their overall results for their soccer history is outstanding. GO PORTUGAL!!!!!!!!
Americans call it soccer, however in Europe and through out the would it is known as football. For example in spanish it called futbal.
All i know is soccer was created in europe
It is also spelt soccer in English in Europe. Europe has many other languages and there are various words used in those different languages.
The word soccer is a common noun. The proper noun would be the word used for a specific name such as the British publication 'World Soccer' magazine or the United States Soccer Federation.
The noun Europe is a proper noun, the name of a specific continent.
what is soccer, do you mean football. thats the probem.
I am certain that soccer is the most popular sport in Europe but i am not sure about the exact figures. Soccer is also the most popular sport in Africa and South America.
Yes, soccer ball is a common noun.
Eurasia is the most common
Football and soccer. it isn't 2 sports with the same name , it is one sport with two names . In USA they say soccer while UK and the rest of Europe it is named football.
They play soccer.
it is big in Europe bucez it was invented in England.
It (in its modern version) started in Europe (England, to be precise).
In Europe is also known with the code E405.
the most common injury in soccer/football are those from the arguments!