It's all kicking off in France. Euro 2016 is in full swing across French towns and cities, with violent clashes between supporters. The Brits are taking centre stage, but these aren't the well-dressed and working class hooligans at war of decades past.
There’s gritty energy in abundance to be found the world of women’s football, but too often it’s overlooked. Footballer and photographer Flora Maclean has had enough of being ignored - her latest solo exhibition, ‘Every Player Counts’, features women’s clubs from across the UK with an all-inclusive ethos.
Passion and tradition are still values that we cling on to in football, though many of them have been pawned off as part of a package TV deal in the last few years. With FIFA in turmoil and corruption now intrinsically linked to the game, has football finally cut ties with its roots as the people's game?