Definition of home and away in English:

home and away

adverb

British
Sport
  • At the venue of each of the teams competing; at home and away from home.

adjective

British
Sport
  • Designating a pair of matches between two teams, the first played at one team's venue and the second at the other team's venue; of, relating to, or competing in matches played in this way.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Manchester Weekly Times. From home + and + away.

Pronunciation

home and away

/ˌhəʊm(ə)n(d)əˈweɪ/