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Extra timeIn some tournament formats, two additional periods played if the score is tied at the end of regulation; extra time in football is 15 minutes each
European CupThe former name of the Champion’s League, the most prestigious club competition in Europe
EqualiserA goal which brings the score into a tie
Europa leagueThe second-most prestigious European club competition, played by teams that did not qualify for the Champions League; formerly called the Europa Cup
European Champions LeagueThe most prestigious club tournament in Europe, simply referred to as “the Champions League” and formerly the European Cup
European Champion Clubs CupThe trophy awarded to the winner of the Champions League
European Cup Winners’ CupA former European competition between winners of the major cup competitions in Europe
European Football ChampionshipThe biggest competition for national football teams in Europe; simply referred to as the EURO
European Super CupA one-game competition, usually held in August, between the winner of the Champions League and Europa League; also called the UEFA Super Cup
Exhibition matchA non-competitive match between two clubs or national teams to “warm up” players before a tournament or the start of a season
ExpulsionTo be disallowed to continue a match because of a serious, or consistent, violation of the game rules; players who are expulsed are not allowed to stay on the side of the pitch or the team’s bench
End lineAlternate term for the goal line, the marking at each end of the football field
Eighteen-yard lineA short reference to the penalty box; called such because its length from the goal line is 18 yards
English Football AssociationSimply called the Football Association or FA, the highest governing body of football in England; attributed with the establishment of the first formal football rules
EPLThe abbreviation of the English Premier League, the top league in England and one of the biggest in the world
EstadioThe term for football stadiums in Spain
EUROA short reference for the European Football Championship, the biggest competition for national teams in Europe