Euros 2024

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Is the evolution of the FIFA game soundtracks a reflection of our changing views of masculinity?
Music

Is the evolution of the FIFA game soundtracks a reflection of our changing views of masculinity?

Lad rock is out, emotionally vulnerable pop is in, but what does the changing face of the musical accompaniment to one of the world’s most popular game franchises tell us about contemporary masculinity? Ali Shutler investigates.

Written by: Ali Shutler

The subversive jerseys challenging the toxic sides of football fandom
Photography

The subversive jerseys challenging the toxic sides of football fandom

Football fanatic and fashion designer Hattie Crowther’s ‘Fuck the Fans’ is giving a new face to fandom in response to racist abuse suffered by England players after Euros 2020.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Why is Neil Diamond’s mega-hit ‘Sweet Caroline’ so intoxicating for sports fans?
Outdoors

Why is Neil Diamond’s mega-hit ‘Sweet Caroline’ so intoxicating for sports fans?

During this summer’s edition of the Euros, one certainty is the ubiquity of Diamond’s 1969 hit. But how and why did it gain such a storied place in England fans’ hearts? Jimmy McIntosh investigates.

Written by: Jimmy McIntosh

Exploring the football fanatic culture of the Middle East
Outdoors

Exploring the football fanatic culture of the Middle East

New photo book ‘Football كرة القدم’ draws together pictures from over a dozen photographers to explore the region’s vibrant football culture.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Striking photos of the Royal Shrovetide football match
Photography

Striking photos of the Royal Shrovetide football match

The centuries old tradition sees the town of Ashbourne transformed for two days every February.

Written by: Huck

Striking and unexpected portraits of Millwall Football Club
Outdoors

Striking and unexpected portraits of Millwall Football Club

A new documentary explores the diverse community at the heart of London’s most infamous team.

Written by: Isaac Muk

The resurgence of film photography in women's football
Football

The resurgence of film photography in women's football

Driven partly by nostalgia and partly by resistance to digital immediacy, young photographers have turned to a traditional medium to capture the sport’s recent rise.

Written by: Hana Basir

Inside the world of football’s unsung heroes: the referees
Film

Inside the world of football’s unsung heroes: the referees

To mark the release of a new documentary following a diverse group of grassroots match officials in the UK, we spoke to two of its featured voices: aspirational family man Nigel Owen, and Lucy Clark, the world’s first openly trans referee and founder of all-trans football club TRUK United.

Written by: Jake Hall

The cost of living crisis is killing football
Football

The cost of living crisis is killing football

Premier League clubs spent a record £815m in the January transfer window, but community clubs are facing a financial squeeze that threatens the beautiful game from the ground up.

Written by: Fred Garratt-Stanley

The DIY group carving out space for women’s football
Outdoors

The DIY group carving out space for women’s football

Baller FC — With the Women’s Euros in full swing, last week saw glorious, sweaty celebrations take place in a dedicated, safe space for female and non-binary fans.

Written by: Ben Smoke

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