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five-a-side

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Definition of five-a-side in English:

noun

[mass noun] British
A form of soccer with five players in each team, typically played on an indoor pitch: [as modifier]: a five-a-side tournament
More example sentences
  • The school will use the money to fund an Astroturf pitch for five-a-side football, hockey, basketball, netball and other sports.
  • An outdoor sports centre with five-a-side football and hockey pitches.
  • The school has just won a £12,000 grant to build three five-a-side soccer pitches.

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