Ok, so our exchange student Daniel plays soccer for the high school team. There are many Hispanic children on the team and during the game they often speak Spanish to one another. Actually even the ones that aren't Hispanic (they have Daniel, who is German, some Asian kids and one from Egypt whose family just moved here) but these kids either know Spanish or have learned a few words.
Yesterday we were at the jamboree when Daniels team (my hometown and the town we live in) was playing our neighboring town (DH's hometown and the town we do all of our sports in). We were sitting with some of the parents from the opposing team (our friends) when some people behind us starting noticing that a lot of Spanish was being spoken on the field by our team. She said that she didn't really find it fair because it put the other team at a disadvantage since they may not all be able to understand what the players are saying.
What is y'all opinion on this? I'm not trying to start a debate of languages, or anything about illegals. This is strictly an opinion on foreign languages being spoken at events put on by English speaking schools.