Colorado Creatives Release Football to Football Translator in Time for World Cup Kickoff

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The World Cup, a month-long international soccer tournament, starts today and happens through June and if you’re as clueless as the rest of us real sport-loving Americans, you need a little help. Introducing The Football to Football Translator — a Google Chrome extension that translates the sissy international World Cup lingo on any webpage into real red-blooded NFL-related terminology.

Examples:

World Cup translates to “Basically, the Super Bowl of Soccer.”

Manager translates to “This is the head coach of the soccer team. A lot of them wear fancy suits because they’re fancy.”

90th minute translates to “The two minute warning without a TV timeout. Sometimes they add 5 extra minutes for no reason though.”

Ben Smith, Stephen Dalton and Harold Jones — a group of advertising creatives living in Colorado — created the app to help their American friends follow and understand all the news surrounding the World Cup. Thanks for the help, fellas.

Comments

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Nice

Great idea from talented dudes. Also, Stephen has a great beard. 

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