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    #1

    Cool Dressing room/changing room or locker room?

    Hello amigos!

    There was a fight between two footballers in the dressing room/changing room or locker room after the match.

    Which one shall I use?

    Thanks,

    Sam

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    #2

    Re: Dressing room/changing room or locker room?

    I would use 'changing room' but there will probably be a British/American divide about this.

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    #3

    Re: Dressing room/changing room or locker room?

    In AmE, when referring to any type of athletes/sportsmen, we'd call it the "locker room."

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