Europe’s top soccer teams reflect the power of multiculturalism. The cultural diversity of professional football teams in Europe has increased considerably, recruiting players regardless of their nationality. How do you get players who speak different languages to communicate with each other? In a short essay, the filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini had argued that football, just like any language, is a sign system. “The minimum unit of the language of football is a podema (from the Ancient Greek meaning feet), where a podema is a kick of the ball” Pasolini inferred. “They decipher, interpret and react to one another’s podemi”.