Here's a great story paper featuring a beach soccer game. Who do you think is going to win? Kids can write about the scene or start a story based on the picture. It comes lined for older kids and with handwriting lines for younger children.
More Football Worksheets
Explore more football worksheets below - including some fun "Famous Footballer" fact-finding worksheets and more...
It's not surprising that the football skills of great footballers Ronaldo and Messi are often compared. This worksheet allows the kids to have their own go at it.
Use this fun Ronaldo story paper for creative writing, writing about the football star himself, or perhaps for a thank you letter! Two versions available - one lined and one with handwriting lines - and of course the kids can colour in their hero, too!
Here's a second story paper page using a photo of Cristiano Ronaldo - perfect for older children writing about this amazing Portuguese football player.
Kids can find out some fun facts about Cristiano Ronaldo, and then fill in this worksheet. What would they want to talk to him about, if they were lucky enough to meet him?
Use this fun, illustrated story paper of David Beckham for creative writing, thank you letters or for writing about your football hero!
Kids can find out some fun facts about football celebrity David Beckham, and think about what they might say to him if they were lucky enough to meet him...
What would an award for Lionel Messi look like, if the kids could design it? Find out with this creative worksheet idea.
Challenge the kids to fill in all the capital cities of the countries taking part in the Euro 2020 - 24 in total! I confess I had to look a couple of these up myself, so I've included a solution sheet too.
Can the kids match the 24 countries taking part in the Euro 2020 tournament to their capital cities? It's quite a challenge!
Use our Eusebio story paper to write a match report for a game he played in (perhaps against England in the 1966 World Cup?), or perhaps for a creative story where you might be playing in a match with him!
Eusebio was a fantastic footballer, and also a great ambassador for his sport and country. This story paper features a photograph of this great footballer and is perfect for writing down research, facts and information about him.
Football mad little ones will enjoy practising their pencil skills by following the lines towards the football - it's almost like practising their dribbling skills but not quite as energetic!
Kids can have fun with this printable story paper featuring the football legend Lionel Messi! We have two versions available, so that all ages are catered for.
This story paper page might be just what you need for older kids to write about their football hero, Lionel Messi.
Can the kids find out the facts they need in order to fill in the blanks in this fun worksheet? Then they need to think about what they might say to Lionel Messi, if they were ever lucky enough to meet him...
Many people think Pele is the greatest footballer of all time! The kids can use our fun story paper to write about his incredible life and achievements, and colour in his picture too (perhaps he's wearing his famous Brazil football kit?).
Did you know that Brazilian footballing legend Pele is the most successful league goal scorer in the world? Write down some more facts about him on our story paper, featuring a photo of the great man himself.
Have a go at an acrostic poem based on the first letters in SOCCER and use our printable to write it down. Alternatively use the printables as writing frames.
Print, colour and write using this colouring page and story paper featuring South Africa's Soccer City, well known all over the world after the World Cup! I wonder what these children are thinking and doing...
Use this Wembley Stadium story paper to write about a visit, a football match, the London Olympics...