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,

Ahead Of Brentford’s Visit To Wigan

Monday morning back in training was tough for Brentford after losing to Huddersfield at home on Saturday. A win would have meant four straight victories for the first time since the fall of 2015. Despite admitting the low mood of the team on Monday morning, Brentford manager Thomas Frank said that the

England v Germany: Preview

Five years ago this month England Women played their first match at the new Wembley. Over 45,000 fans showcased their support in Wembley’s stands that day and it remains as the record attendance for an England women’s home game. But that is set to change this weekend. Germany will be the Lionesses’ opposition

Why Brentford Lost To Huddersfield

It is well known that playing more attractive football than your opponent is not a synonym of winning the game. Being more offensive is not a guarantee for scoring more goals. Brentford was the offensive side at their game against Huddersfield on Saturday at Griffin Park but Huddersfield scored the only

Brentford After Their Fourth Consecutive Win

Brentford have continued their excellent momentum with a 3-1 away win against rivals, Queens Park Rangers on Monday night and hope to keep their momentum when they host Huddersfield and Danny Cowley at Griffin Park. October has been a month of improvement for both teams. Brentford have won their last three

Upstaging the aristocrats: Rochdale’s rise to become England’s 3rd best academy

No matter what happens for the rest of the season, Rochdale AFC will always remember that Wednesday night at Old Trafford. A third-round League Cup draw in regulation time against one of the world's most successful clubs is certainly a moment to cherish for any side, but the Dale came

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