On a sad day for world football with the passing of Diego Maradona, we’re posting a timely feature article from Issue 6 of the Póg Mo Goal Magazine. Maradona’s second goal against England in 1986 is seen by many as the greatest ever and spawned iconic commentary around the world, including Ireland.
To coincide with the launch of the brand new Issue 6 of the Póg Mo Goal Magazine, we’ve launched our first-ever podcast, with a difference.
Ryan Kilbane explores Asia’s most partisan and extreme fan scene.
Rafael Luis Azevedo’s short film tells the story of Flamengo, a small village whose name pays homage to the biggest football club in Brazil
“Una Cancha Llamada Medellín” – Football as memory, art and social transformation in Colombia.
Irish rapper MuRli has released a powerful new video filmed at Dublin’s Dalymount Park for his song “Till The Wheels Fall Off” written in the aftermath of a racist incident on a football pitch.
Now as a club owner, David Beckham continues to make his mark on the American and world game.
On the Premier League’s return, Sean Cuddy pens a short story, a tale of love and football.
Regardless of what happens next, Newcastle United need to define what they stand for.
Conor Thompson of Through the Turnstiles sat down to chat with John Johnson, the photographer behind the camera.