Forget record-breaking crowds, Arsenal’s Vivianne Miedema is why you should watch women’s football

Since the World Cup last summer, the marketing of women’s football in England has been excellent. The first WSL north London derby – held last Sunday at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – is a testament to this, with 38,262 fans filling the ground and breaking the record attendance for a women's

Arsenal win first WSL north London derby in front of record-breaking crowd

Tottenham 0-2 Arsenal Goals from Kim Little and Vivianne Miedema helped Arsenal overcome a determined Tottenham side to win the first Women’s Super League north London derby 2-0. On a Sunday dubbed Women’s Football Weekend, a record 38,262 fans from both sides arrived at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in the kind of

“I want to do something that’s bigger than just playing football” Liverpool’s Christie Murray on being part of Common Goal

The function of Common Goal is to have its members pledge one percent of their earnings to help fund organisations that can advance the United Nations Global Goals. It is one percent of a footballer's wage going to charity. To quote the site: “The idea is simple.” So it is hard not

Football and Music Part Two: Using Platforms of Popularity to Send Important Cultural and Societal Messages

There is a crowd and there is expectation. There is a performance and there is passion. It is football. It is music. Tangled deep within the spider's web of British culture, you’ll find the two bound closely together. Bands F.C. are well aware of this. Their website premise begins simply: “Bands as Football Teams,

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

Former Arsenal midfielder Josh Dasilva on his transition to Brentford and how he’s helped Dominic Thompson follow the same path 

Last season, Josh Dasilva made the difficult decision to leave Arsenal in pursuit of more first-team opportunities. After starring in Brentford’s previous two league games, it seems as if the choice to leave his boyhood club is starting to pay-off. Ahead of Monday night’s derby against QPR, the midfielder discussed his recent

“It’s a Unique Situation” Football Ferns Captain Ali Riley Discusses the Difficulties of a Career Spent a Long Way From Home

We often talk about football as a global game. As a sport that reaches every corner of the planet. This may be to the eternal benefit of the fans, but for players this can mean uprooting entire lives in pursuit of a successful career. Very few could appreciate this sentiment