More Soccer In Chinese Calligraphy images
Various forms of Romanized Chinese: Soccer: サッカ: sakka / saka: Soccer Football Futbol: 足球: zú qiú / zu2 qiu2 / zu qiu / zuqiu: tsu ch`iu / tsuchiu / tsu chiu: Soccer Football Futbol: 蹴球: shuu kyuu / shuukyuu / shu kyu / shukyu: Football Futbol: フットボール: futto bouru
měi shì gǎn lǎn qiú. 美式橄欖球 is the Chinese title for "American football" (not to be confused with international football known as soccer in the USA). If you are a player or fan of American football, this would make a great wall scroll for your home. The first two characters mean "American style".
美式橄欖球 is the Chinese title for "American football" (not to be confused with international football known as soccer in the USA). If you are a player or fan of American football, this would make a great wall scroll for your home. The first two characters mean "American style".
蹴球 is supposed to sound like the English word "soccer" and "football / futbol" respectively. The first Kanji means "kick" and the second means "ball". So technically, this means "kick ball" in Japanese and Korean (this is just an educational note - this will always be understood as the game of soccer / football).
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