Autograph the soccer

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Senior Member
Chinese,Cantonese,Sichuan dialect

I joined a soccer team and stayed there for an year. During that year, one of our teammates had gone to another city. Before he left, the rest of the teammates bought a soccer together and wrote down our names. And I remember that day we also got together first and went to dinner and finally we wrote our names on the ball. I said something at that time like the following:

We’ll meet first for autographing the soccer for you then we’ll go to the restaurant for dinner.

I wonder if it sounds natural.


I looked up the word and I think it works, but I am not sure it’s very common to be natural.

Thanks a lot
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    Senior Member
    American English
    It's a soccer ball, not a soccer.

    We’ll meet first to autograph the soccer ball for you, then we’ll go to the restaurant for dinner.
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