The games are on! Operators are looking for one-of-a-kind appetizers to keep an excited crowd hungry and happy, after all, you can’t control the game. But, you can serve up one of these 43 Insane-Slash-Brilliant Things to Do with Hotdogs from our friends over at Delish. They know a thing or two about feeding a crowd with good food. And, we know good food equals good fun! One thing’s for sure, with all of these delicious choices, your patrons might just be calling for a tiebreaker. New to the World Cup scene? Here’s a quick course in some basic terminology that will leave you looking like a pro!
free kick - (soccer) a place kick that is allowed for a foul or infringement by the other team the soccer or hockey player assigned to protect the goal
header - the act of hitting a ball with the top of the body
striker - a forward on a soccer team
tiebreaker - overtime play in order to break a tie
touchline - either of the sidelines in soccer or rugby
World Cup - a soccer tournament held every four years between national soccer teams to determine a world champion
knockout - a blow that renders the opponent unconscious
kit - gear consisting of a set of articles or tools for a specified purpose
supporter - a person who backs a team etc.
match - a formal contest in which people or teams compete
chant - a repetitive song in which syllables are assigned to a tone
offside - (sport) the mistake of occupying an illegal position on the playing field (in football, soccer, ice hockey, field hockey, etc.)
trap - A trap in soccer refers to catching the ball with your body.
clear - n soccer, this means to send the ball away from your own goal.
chip - (golf) a low running approach shot. This definition applies to golf but the motion is the same in soccer.
dribbling - the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks. Technique for moving the ball in soccer as you run with light, short kicks.
drop-kick - drop and kick as it touches the ground, as for a field goal. A maneuver only possible for the goalie.
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