Soccer (or football) is such a great sport for everyone, whether you enjoy playing it or supporting a team we have lots of pages for you to enjoy including colourings, games, crosswords, word searches and lots more.
Will the giraffe score a goal against the lion in this cute animal football page?
These football boots look all shiny and new and make a fun colouring page for all the football fans.
This cute little footballer has won his first trophy in this fun colouring page. It doesn't contain too much detail so is perfect for all ages.
This fun colouring sheet shows a young girl showing off her football skills. A perfect colouring for all the football fans.
There is nothing better than a kick around in the park with friends. These two players look to be having a fun time in this great colouring page.
A fun football shirt to decorate and colour in, why not colour it in your favourite team colours?
Our soccer ball is all ready to colour in, why not colour it in your team colours or decorate it with patterns to make your own unique ball?
These two little hippos have just won a soccer trophy in this fun colouring page. Perfect for all those fans of hippopotamuses or football.
There is lots of detail to colour on this mindful football shirt page. Perfect for fans wanting to take a bit of down time and relax.
There is lots of detail to colour on this mindful soccer ball. Perfect for fans when you are not playing or watching the game.
This fun soccer collage has lots of detail to colour. Great for all you football fans!
We have three women playing soccer all ready to be coloured in. Why not colour them your team or country colours?
All you need for this fun game is to print out the sheet, grab two dice and some counters or coins and you are all set. Great for improving adding two dice together.
Who will be the first to compete their footballer in this fun dice game? Challenge your friends or the class to see who will be first.
Cut out the tiles and the grid and you are ready to play the classic tic tac toe with a football theme. Challenge your friends and see who wins!
The game has started and you need to get through the maze as quickly as possible to score that first goal. Can you find your way through by moving from 1-23? Great for improving number ordering and number recognition skills.
Can you find the right path that leads to the football champion or will the path you choose lead to an own goal in this fun football maze.
We have created a word search of some of the most successful teams in English football based on how many trophies won. Will you be able to find them all?
Can you find all the football related words hidden in this word search? Don't forget to look diagonally as well as horizontally and vertically. Perfect for all the football fans.
This is an easier word search with words only hidden horizontally and vertically. Perfect for the younger football fan.
How much of a football fan are you? Can you solve all the clues to complete this great soccer crossword puzzle? We have provided a solution sheet in case you get stuck.
Can you unscramble the 10 soccer related words in this fun soccer anagram puzzle? There is also a soccer ball and boots to colour while you are working them out.
This fun football version of the classic "Boggle" is ready for you to play. Follow the rules to find as many words as you can and don't forget any football related words scores double points!
Can you match the football object to its shadow in this fun puzzle suitable for younger children.
Use the grid to draw your own football boots copying one square at a time.
Copy the football player one square at a time onto the grid provided to create your own masterpiece. Why not colour it in your team colours to make it extra special?
Use the grid provided to create your own football shirt. Why not colour it in your team colours to make it extra special?
Draw your own referees whistle using the grid provided. This is an easier grid copy suitable for younger children.
Use the grid provided to draw your own soccer ball.
Football is often referred to as "the beautiful game" but how many smaller words can you make from this phrase? Why not challenge your friends or class to see who can find the most?
For all the soccer fans we have an "eat, sleep, soccer, repeat" how many words puzzle. Why not challenge yourself or friends to see how many words you can find.
Can you join the dots to reveal the soccer ball in this fun dot to dot puzzle?
Can you join the dots to reveal this fun soccer trophy in this great dot to dot puzzle?
How many of each of the items can you spy in this fun soccer I spy puzzle?
Can you find as many words as possible using this word wheel? Don't forget you have to use the central letter in each of your words. Will you be able to find the 9 letter word?
Can you think of a football related word for each of the letters of the alphabet? They could be teams or players or anything at all that is football related.
Copy the colours of the smaller image onto the large to create your own soccer ball.
Copy the colours from the right hand image onto the left to create your very own cute little footballer.
Can you spot the 5 differences between these two cute football scenes?
Carefully cut around the pieces of the footballer and stick them down to create your own football player. Great for improving scissor skills.
This cute little footballer needs to be coloured in, cut out and stuck down in this fun activity. Great for improving scissor skills.
Can you crack the code to reveal the slogan in this fun soccer code breaker puzzle?
Help improve pencil control skills by tracing over this football shirt. It can be coloured in to make it extra special.
Help improve pencil skills by tracing over this soccer ball. Great for younger football fans first starting to write.
This F is for football sheet features a large soccer ball to be coloured in as well as some practice handwriting of the word football. The large letter F is also good for finger tracing. Perfect for early years first learning their letters.
This great handwriting sheet features a soccer ball to be coloured in as well as handwriting practice of the word "football".
This count and colour worksheet is perfect for young football fans. All you need to do is colour the correct number of football related objects, perfect for helping number recognition skills. A great sheet for helping to learn numbers while having fun.
This great worksheet improves counting skills and introduces a simple graph. Can you count how many there are of each of the soccer pictures and colour one square on the graph for every one you see?
Trace over the football shirt and colour it in to match the existing one. This is a great sheet for improving pencil control skills.
Trace over the soccer ball and colour it in to match the completed one. Great for improving pencil control and colouring skills.
We have created a template football shirt for children to design their own strip. This would look great cut out to decorate the classroom.
This great sheet allows children to design their own soccer ball. Will they decorate it in team colours or create something more elaborate?