Millwall Community Trust are using football to ensure young people remain in education after leaving secondary school at 16.
The Post-16 academy, which allows students to play regular competitive football, provides a range of vocational qualifications which allow students to pursue careers within the sports industry.
These careers include coaching,
Hampton is a quaint and quiet village in South West London.
The pub, the church, the village shops. Everything about Hampton endears itself to you, as a very pleasant place to live.
But if you walk down from the station, and turn up Beaver Close, you will find the beating heart
There is an undeniable stereotype of newsrooms and sports news in particular. This has historically been an industry for which diversity was not just low on the agenda, but often nowhere to be seen.
However, progress is being made and one of the groups at the
forefront of the fight for
Altrincham FC — who play in the National League North, the sixth tier of English football — have long had a reputation as a club that punches above its weight.
The Robins hold the interesting record of knocking more football league clubs out of the FA Cup — 17 to
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Kick It Out, the charity set up in 1993 to, as it's slogan says, "kick racism out of football."
First established in 1993 as the "Let's Kick Racism Out of Football" campaign, the organisation started to evolve and widen its scope before formally adopting
When we think of Boxing Day, we think of hangovers, leftover turkey sandwiches and endless repeats of soap and sitcom Christmas specials. But perhaps most importantly for sports fans in England, we think of football.
Boxing Day football is one of England's greatest sporting traditions, as fans adorned in Santa hats,
The Women's World T20 concluded in the early hours of Sunday morning with Australia winning the title for the fourth time via a comfortable eight wicket win over England in Antigua.
After the high of last year's ODI Women's World Cup in England this tournament had a lot to live up
At just 19-years-old, Millie Knight has already risen to the top of her sport and boasts a medal cabinet that suggests a long and fruitful career lies ahead.
Having started skiing at the age of six — shortly after she lost her sight — Knight fell in love with the sport, regularly
In some parts of the country, rugby league is seen as the poor relative of the favoured rugby union. In Warrington however, league is engrained in the town’s culture, with the beloved Warrington Wolves a source of pride for locals.
It is no surprise then that Warrington and the wider rugby