Definition of pitchside in English:

pitchside

Line breaks: pitch|side
Pronunciation: /ˈpɪtʃsʌɪd
 
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noun

  • The area adjacent to the side of a football or other sports pitch.
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    • My only other memory from that day was looking down at half-time to see rivers of urine making their way to pitchside.
    • Like other football managers sitting nervously on the pitchside, Ferguson likes chewing.
    • After leading the team out the boys will then be able to watch the game at pitchside before returning home on Monday.

adjective & adverb

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  • At, on, or towards the side of a football or other sports pitch: [as adjective]: a pitchside briefing [as adverb]: reporters will be pitchside with the fans
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    • Chasing a stray ball in tandem, Webster knocked Bayne into the pitchside wall with what appeared to be undue malevolence.
    • An unforgettable score for all - including workmen working pitch side who showed their appreciation.
    • Everybody is welcome to watch, there is no charge, there is always plenty of food, and refreshments pitch side.

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