no that is a noun if you said BROWN football brown would be an adjective
it is a noun
Yes."football" and "stadium" football turns to the adjective
Examples of Adjective Noun patterns are: The football team is good. (Football is the Adjective in this sentence, but, it can also be a Noun.) <--- Example: The football was sticky. (Football is now a Noun in this sentence.) The green eyes scared me! (Green is the Adjective in this sentence, but, it can also be a Noun.) <--- Example: Green is my favorite color. (Green is now the Noun in this sentence.)
noun and adjective
The word regulation is an adjective as well as a noun (regulation football, regulation uniform, etc). Regulatory is another adjective form for the noun regulation.
Proper nouns are specific names or nouns. So actually player is just a noun/subject and football describes what type of player it is so football in the sentence is actually an adjective.
'Sport' can be a noun, verb, or adjective. Noun - Sport, as in the athletic activities themselves. 'Football is a sport', for example. Verb - It can mean 'to wear', as in 'to sport a new leather jacket'. Adjective - It can describe clothing as being informal or outdoors, 'sport clothing' for example.
Yes, lateral is a noun; a word for a lateral part or projection; or a type of pass in football. Lateral is also an adjective.
His dream was to earn a scholarship to a big time university to play intercollegiate football. The word intercollegiate is an adjective.
1. Real Madrid is the name of a team, not the name of a player. 2. In the sentence, "Real Madrid is a famous football player," the word "football" is not a noun. In this context, "football" is an adjective, because it modifies the noun "player." In other contexts, however, the word "football" could be a noun. The context is what often determines the part of speech, not the word itself.