"We like soccer."
Translation:A nosotros nos gusta el fútbol.
In Spanish, when the subject of a sentence is a general concept, the definite article is used. In English, when the subject of a sentence is a generalization, the definite article is not used. To get a better understanding of why football is the subject, look at a more literal translation of the sentence. Football (subject) is pleasing to us.
You need to conjugate gustar. Gustar is one of those "reverse" verbs where the Spanish actually translates as "soccer pleases us". So you need to use "gusta" to go with the third person singular "it pleases" = gusta. Try googling a link on the verb gustar. It will really help. I am sorry that I do not know of a link off hand.