Rishi Shah contemplates English football, NFL and their relative successes
Oliver Sanderson shines a light on Stonewall FC, Britain’s first LGBTQ+ football team.
Ewan Craven explores the ingrained racial bias evident in football punditry.
Marcus Rashford fighting the government once more, this time it’s food parcels.
Saturday 5th of December signalled for many football fans a return to the stadiums which they adore. For many clubs playing this weekend in London; now in the tier two category, supporters returned in reduced […]
Diego Maradona, regarded by many as one of the greatest footballers of all time, passed away on Wednesday 25th November at his home in Tigre, near Buenos Aires. He was, and remains, widely adored for […]
Pontefract Football Club’s eponymous Food Hub will be working to deliver food to vulnerable people in West Yorkshire. Safi Bugel reports.
Following Barcelona’s 5-1 win against Ferencvárosi on Tuesday, Salvador Sostres, a prominent journalist for Spanish newspaper ABC, compared 17-year old winger Ansu Fati’s pace to that of a “Black street vendor fleeing the police” in […]
Football is very much alive and well in the Yorkshire region, boasting teams such as Leeds United, with its rich history, and Bradford City, an example of a massive club within the area. However, Harrogate Town AFC isn’t exactly the first name on everyone’s lips when you think of the enriched football culture in Yorkshire. Well, not until now.
England and Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford’s campaign to extend the free school meals programme over the holidays has been bolstered in the last few weeks as local authorities, small businesses and residents came together […]
Marcus Rashford recently forced the government to change their policy on free school meals. Sports editor Calum Pinches profiles the Man United forward, and his own experience with hunger.
With the new English squad being announced just days ago, the number of Black players picked has dramatically increased from years ago. Out of the 30-man squad, 11 of the footballers are classed as ‘BAME’, a figure which would essentially make up a starting line-up.