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five-a-side

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfive-a-sideˌfive-a-ˈside adjective [only before noun] British English  five-a-side football is played with five players on each side, usually indoors
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five-a-sideThe course includes coaching, training, an Ayresome Park tour, and a five-a-side competition.Cheshire Constabulary youth five-a-side contest is open to teams of seven, including substitutes, from under-10s to under-16s.There was a little five-a-side league there.Robert is a keen footballer, playing for Stoddard's team in the Paisley and District five-a-side league.From Easter onwards, the area is laid with eight tennis courts and three five-a-side pitches.He also plays five-a-side soccer three times a week.
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