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Modern Football Documentary

Kauri Multimedia are the film production team behind a short documentary entitled Modern Football. The film takes an affectionate look at regional football, where the game survives in its purest form. Filmed in Aragón, Spain, the video portrays unique match day scenes in various rural locations whilst giving voice to the people who continue to fight for the existence of football in these areas. Continue reading →

The Beautiful Badge

From the very first three lions crudely sewn onto the woollen shirts worn by the England players for the world’s first football international in 1872, to todays multi-million pound brands, The Beautiful Badge brings alive a history of the game like never before. Continue reading →

My First Football Shirt: Jason McAteer

The Your First Football Shirt collection is a book by the Football Shirt Collective of 30 interviews and illustrations with footballers such as Alan Shearer and Bob Wilson and fans like BBC’s Dan walker and comedian Josh Widdicombe. Here Ireland star Jason McAteer talks about his first ever shirt, along with his most famous goal in the green jersey. Continue reading →

A Night to Celebrate Ringsend & Dublin’s Football History

An evening to celebrate the history of football in Dublin & Ringsend in The Yacht Tavern on 22nd March at 7.45pm. With speakers on the night; Eoghan Rice, Donal Fallon and Fergus Dowd. As well as a screening of an extended trailer for the upcoming feature-length documentary “Patrick O’Connell – The Man Who saved Barcelona” and A 1975 documentary about Shelbourne FC, “In My Book, You Should Be Ahead.” Continue reading →

MLS 2018 Kits

With a new season comes new kits, and MLS has dropped some beauties. A league-wide deal with Adidas means all clubs are supplied by the brand with the three stripes, an agreement which has been extended to 2024. Continue reading →

Football We Love You

Art of Football have produced their own love letter to football just in time for Valentines Day. Made up of 1600 individual hand drawings, they even managed to get Martin Tyler to commentate, and have been working on the production for around a year and a half. Continue reading →