Below the professonal ranks, Denis Kelleher was regarded as one of the finest footballers in Britain. In a remarkable life, the Irishman, capped eight times at amateur level, escaped from Nazi Germany, played for Great Britain at the Olympic Games, and became a folk hero at Barnet. Cian Manning tells his story.
Upside down or right side up depending on who you support, Dublin design practice It’s Okay, have produced an amazing design in the latest in our ongoing Póg Mo Goal World Cup 2018 Poster Series.
Pyro fans and football romantics will be pleased with the new caps from Dutch football t-shirt company, COPA.
With a new quaification campaign comes a new set of Póg Mo Goal posters and Serbian Graphic Designer Futro has come up with an amazing design to kick off our World Cup 2018 Series.
While Ireland basked in the love-in of an almost year-long Brian O’Driscoll farewell, his counterpart on the national football team hasn’t always enjoyed 100% support. But when the history of the Irish game is written, Robbie Keane will rightly be spoken of in the same breath as our retired rugby icon.
Featuring 40 pages of excellent feature writing and beautiful photography and illustrations from contributors across the globe. Póg Mo Goal issue 3 is now available for pre-order.
Despite exiting the competition at the quarter final stage to compatriots Atletico Madrid last time around, 2015 Champions Barcelona have been made the pre-tournament favourites for Europe’s premier club competition, the Champions League.
Flávio Aurélio Silva, the ‘Ceguim’, is the only visually impaired coach in Brazilian football. Rafael Luis Azevedo of Verminosos por Futebol tells his story.
While many predicted Italy to challenge for the title, Azzurri fans had little hope going in to the European Championship. Ahead of Ireland’s do-or-die clash, the Italian’s winning start has come as a surprise, writes Antonio Ferrara.
As the first Irish players to ply his trade in Italy, Armagh’s Paddy Sloan was a football pioneer, writes Cian Manning.