A new photo series by Todd Antony spotlights a talented team of players who are overcoming adversity and finding solace through football.
In response to the abuse faced by Rashford, Sancho and Saka, teams from across London gathered in solidarity with the England players.
This year’s Euros showed glimmers of hope for LGBTQ+ inclusion and diversity in football – but can that energy be channelled into the World Cup?
Yesterday, as England competed against Italy in the hope of becoming the Euro 2020 champion, football fans descended into central London.
In the fourth story from By Design, we catch up with Football Beyond Borders, a group using the sport to reach young people in ways that others can’t.
In 1991, just one year after the excitement of the World Cup in Italy, Richard Davis attended matches across the North West of England to capture the ordinary people who make the game what it really is.
Looking for ways to fill the hours, the pandemic has caused a perfect storm for student gamblers. But some fear their habit to alleviate boredom could be spiralling into addiction.
Despite playing in the German second division without much success, a new book explores why St. Pauli are an enduring source of fascination to left-wing fans the world over.
Football's impact on the environment continues to balloon but an increasing number of people involved in the game are trying to change that.
Having started as a DIY rebellion, the fanzine movement is now an invaluable subculture under threat from an increasingly digital world.
In his new project, photographer Martin Andersen captures the intense, emotional world of Tottenham’s diehard fans.
From grassroots programmes to top-tier initiatives, football has played a pivotal role in the city’s fightback against Tory rule.