“My family lost everything, but this made me grow up” : Meet Vagner, Qarabag’s keeper out to stop Arsenal in the Europa League

This Thursday, Arsenal aim to continue their run of seven successive wins in all competitions as they travel to Baku, Azerbaijan, to face Qarabag in the second round of Europa League group stage fixtures. The task of stopping England's third-most potent attack — with 14 goals scored in seven Premier League

What have England fans been googling during the World Cup?

Google reveals all. Whilst England’s encouraging start to the World Cup has got many excited, especially with what looks like a comparatively favourable route in the knockout stages, most superstitious England fans would baulk at any sort of lofty optimism regarding their team’s World Cup. Thanks to Google Trends, however,

Arsenal’s Gay Gooners lead the way at London Pride

Gay Gooners are true pioneers in English football. Founded in 2013, with over 650 members and counting, the group are football’s largest LGBT fan club. They were also the first to represent a football team at London Pride, and this year’s march on July 7th will be their sixth, helping to

“I’ve found futsal players tend to be easier to talk to and build a rapport with” – FA Referees on differences between officiating football and futsal matches

In a football season where refereeing decisions have dominated the back pages for the all the wrong reasons, Sports Gazette spoke to three FA referees about their experiences in officiating both football and futsal, and why getting involved in the latter should be encouraged to the younger generation. From the introduction

A Day at the Arsenal Museum

Despite a tricky couple of years on the pitch, Arsenal fans stand by their history. They became the first London club to win England’s top flight in 1931 and remain the capital’s most decorated side domestically, with 13 league titles and the same number of FA Cups.  This history is well

The Asian Football List 2018: why representation matters

The Asian Football List recognises individuals across five different categories for their contribution in the football industry. Sports Gazette spoke to three of the winners about their experiences as a minority and why representation matters.  When Sonia Randev decided to organise the event, she only had one mission in mind: