What’s the current situation of women’s football in South America like?

Corinthians celebrate their trophy. Phot: Bruno Teixeira Rolo/Corinthians

The Women’s Copa Libertadores held its first match on Friday 11th of October, within the midst of Ecuador’s political instability. For security reasons, the 16 teams taking part were grouped together in the same hotel and training grounds were moved nearer to the stadiums hosting the championship.  After the initial match

Football and Music Part One: Trampolene’s Jack Jones on the Important Role the Two Have Played in His Life

There is a reason why Andrea Bocelli sang at the King Power stadium prior to Leicester’s final home game of their title winning season. The same reason explains why the trailer for the Manchester City documentary All or Nothing was centred around the players chanting the Oasis anthem Wonderwall. It’s quite simple

USA and England into Women’s RugbyX Final

RugbyX got underway at The O2 arena, and was an instant success with the crowd and players alike. In the women's competition the first semi-final saw home side England take on France, a rivaly that always counts, know matter what the format. This was a high scoring brutal affair that saw England

Inside RugbyX: Sports Gazette lifts the lid on Monday’s training day

RugbyX kicks off this afternoon, with a number of nations from around the world challenging for the first trophy at the O2 arena. The crowds will be treated to full contact 5-aside rugby on a half-sized pitch, where there will be no lineouts, no conversions and a one on one decider

Manchester City Concedes First FAWSL Goal Away At Arsenal

Arsenal handed Manchester City their first loss of the the FA Women's Super League season beating them 1-0 at Meadow Park yesterday. The Gunners victory over Man City left both teams on level standings while Chelsea go two points ahead at the top of the table. City had yet to concede this

A Lasting Legacy: The Leicester Helicopter Crash One Year On

Almost one year to the day since the tragic helicopter accident which claimed the life of Leicester's owner and chairman, Vichai Srivaddhanaprahba, they produced the biggest away win in Premier League history beating Southampton 9-0. On the pitch after the game Jamie Vardy uttered the words "I hope you were watching