This page about ESL sport listening will help you get better at understanding spoken sport vocabulary. This will help you when you need to have a conversation with someone as you will be able to understand what they say.
If you need any help to understand the vocabulary used on this page you can revise the list of words on the ESL sport vocabulary page. That page also has a recording of the vocabulary list so you can hear the correct pronunciation from a native English speaker.
There are 4 exercise on this page in which you will need to listen to spoken sport vocabulary and then answer questions or do a task. The 4 exercises are as follows:
For this ESL sport listening exercise the recording below has 5 groups of 5 words each, and you need to decide which option (A-D) in each of the questions has the words written in the same order as they are spoken in the recording. Listen to the recording several times if you need to. Once you have finished just click the get score button to see the answers.
For this ESL sport listening task you need to look at the 4 words (options A-D) in each of the 5 questions and decide which one matches the definition in the recording for each question. Once you have finished you can see how many you got correct by clicking the get score button.
This task has a recording of a spoken passage that you need to listen to and understand before answering the 5 questions that follow. Listen to the comprehension passage several times if you need to. Then click the get score button to see which questions you got right.
At the end of this page there is a link that you can click to show the full passage so you can read it and see what was being said. Only look at it once you have finished the task and not before.
This ESL sport listening task is a diction exercise where you need to write what the passage is exactly. Listen to the recording and write down what you think is being said. In the recording the passage is read twice. First it is read at a slow speaking speed and then in the second there are pauses after every few words and the punctuation is included. Listen several times if you need to. Then use the link at the end of this page to show the original so you can see which bits you got correct and where you made any mistakes.