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Happy Christmas from everyone at SoccerDays

In the spirit of festive cheer, this week’s blog will make you shed a tear. The happy kind of tear, best appropriate at this time of year!  

What is to follow is hilarious, folks. Some good, old fashioned, football jokes. Share these jokes with your little ones to tell around the dinner table on Christmas day, there are plenty of crackers!

What kind of tea do football players drink?
Penal-TEA!

What is a ghost’s favourite football position?
Ghoul-Keeper

Why did Cinderella loose her place in the football team?
Because she ran away from the ball.

Football fan

How do football players stay cool during games?
They stand by the fans.

Why didn’t the dog want to play football?
It was a boxer.

When is a footballer like a baby?
When they dribble.

What is a goalkeeper’s favourite snack?
Beans on post.

Why do football players do so well in school?
They know how to use their heads.

Happy Christmas from everyone at SoccerDays. See you in the New Year!

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