Part of speech:
A game played by two opposing teams of usually five players on a rectangular, often wooden, court with a raised basket at each end: points are scored by tossing or throwing a ball through the basket at the opponent's end
A kind of football popular in England, played by two opposing teams of usually 15 players: action is continuous and the oval ball may be passed laterally or backward, kicked forward, or carried: a forerunner of American tackle football, first played at Rugby school
Soccer is a sport played by teams of eleven people trying to get a ball into the other team's net by using any part of their body except arms or hands.
A game played between two teams of seven players each, the object being to throw the ball into a hockeylike goal at either end of the rectangular court. The ball is moved by dribbling and passing with the hands.
A game played on a court by two teams who hit a large, lightweight, inflated ball back and forth over a high net with the hands, each team trying to return the ball before it touches the ground
A water sport consisting of two teams of swimmers who have to throw the ball into the opponents goal.
Find another word for team-sport. In this page you can discover 22 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for team-sport, like: canadian-football, basketball, canoe polo, cricket, curling, cycle polo, field-hockey, football, hurling, ice-hockey and korfball.