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The Smell of Football

The Smell of Football is the story of what it means to have a true passion. John Westwood supports Portsmouth Football Club and follows them home and away. The short film follows John on a typical match day as he […]

180 Amsterdam’s Western Union Pass Posters

Amsterdam Graphic Design agency 180 have produced these magnificent posters for Western Union’s new Pass campaign. Through PASS, Western Union intends to harness the power of football to build awareness of the need for greater investment in education around the […]

“You Can Flick Your World Cup”

It was the hand-shake that tremored around the world. Now two giants of Irish football have been reduced to miniature. To celebrate Diarmuid O’hAinle’s stunning book on arguably the national team’s most momentous period, the 2001 Lansdowne Road embrace between Mick McCarthy and Roy Keane has been depicted in Subbuteo form.

Football on Another Level

Ever wondered what it is that sets players such as Messi, Xavi, Iniesta, Ronaldo and Ronaldinho apart from the rest? Why their touch is so instant, their passing so precise and their movement so quick and agile? With the UEFA Euro 2012 final taking place this weekend between Russia and five-time champions Spain, Harry Maidment writes the answer lies largely in their development as young footballers and their steady diet of Futbol Sala or Futsal as it’s more widely known.