Spanish Phrases for Talking About Sports and Games
Listen To Spanish Phrases For Sports
Sports are very popular in most countries and Spanish speaking countries are no exception. Talking about sports is a great ice-breaker and conversation starter. So you're probably asking how can I talk about sports and sporting events in Spanish. That's where this page of Spanish phrases about sports can help.
How to talk about who is going to be the winner of the game you are watching. Talk about engaging in sports you play yourself, bike riding, walking, etc. How to ask for the game ball. How to talk about the score of the game you are watching, and who is currently winning. Talk about which games are your favorites, like football, soccer, and baseball.
And all these phrase can be changed to suit your needs for any situation. Just change a word or two to customize the phrase as you wish.
Spanish phrases to talk about sports and games
For extra practice you can convert these phrase to different tenses and different verb forms. If it says vamos a ir, try making a sentence that has voy a ir, or van a ir.
- ¿Quien va a ganar el juego?
- Who's going to win the game?
- Do you want to learn to talk Spanish in the future tense? This is the best way to begin learning to talk about events in the future in Spanish. Just use the word for go (va or whatever form of ir, and follow it with the infinitive for the verb). And this will be comfortable because we do it in English all the time.
- ¡Vamos a ir en las bicicletas!
- Let's go for a bike ride.
- And this can also be used to say we're going for a bike ride if you don't say it as an exclamation.
- ¿Te gustaria ir a caminar?
- Would you like to go for a walk?
- How about a relaxing walk?
- Te toca.
- It's your turn.
- This is the phrase you use when you're playing a board game like Monopoly and it's the other person's turn.
- Dame la pelota, por favor.
- Give me the ball, please.
- Use this phrase when you're playing basketball with friends.
- ¿Cual equipo esta ganando el juego?
- Which team is winning the game?
- These phrases are great for meeting people and talking about each other's interests, and likes and dislikes.
- Me gusta jugar el beisbol.
- I like to play baseball.
- Here's a case of an English word adopted into Spanish and it came out beisbol.
- ¿Quien ganó?
- Who won?
- You can also clarify and say who won the game? by saying ¿quien gano el juego?
- Futbol es mi juego favorito.
- Soccor is my favorite game.
- The phrase mi
favoritois extremely useful -- you can fill in the blank with all kinds of things to tell people about yourself.
- A mi me gusta correr 3 millas diario.
- I like to run 3 miles a day.
- ¿Cual es tu equipo favorito?
- What's your favorite team?
- ¿Cual es tu deporte favorito?
- What's your favorite sport?