1 locker (n) aan object such as a silver cup that is given as a prize for winninga competition2 secede (v) bto find new people to join a company, an organization, the armedforces, etc3 rally (n) c a person's main opponent4 doctrine (n) dthe official song of a particular country or organization that peoplesing on special occasions5 archrival (n) e able to be chosen for something6 anthem (n) f a set of principles or beliefs, especially religious or political ones7 trophy (n) g the rows of seats in a stadium8 eligible (adj) ha small cupboard that can be locked, where you can leave yourclothes, bags, etc. while you play a sport or go somewhere9 recruit (v) i to separate from a nation or state and become independent10 stands (n. pl.) ja large public meeting to support or oppose someone orsomething
The boys who join Barcelona's youth academy are often seven years old or younger.
About 500 million people all over the world are about to watch El Clasico.
Camp Nou is a cathedral in Barcelona.
The rules of football were written in a Liverpool pub.
Barca has won 8 out of the last 10 matches against Real Madrid.
La Masia was originally a farmhouse built in the 18th century.
In the 1960s it was transformed into a training camp for children.
La Masia moved to a new facility a year ago.
Cesc Fabergas and Gerard Pique came to La Masia at the same age.
Messi's nickname is "the fly".
Barca's Nike store is worth about 1.3 billion dollars.
It belongs to a very rich person.
Barca's president, Sandro Rosell, joined the club six years ago.
On every locker the names of the previous players are displayed.
Barcelona is the capital of Spain.
Barca's fans want Catalonia to become an independent country.
A. Match the words to their definitions on the right (write the correct letter in each box)
B. Now watch the video and decide whether the following statements are true or false? Write T for True or F for False.