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Monthly Archives: October 2015

Football from the air by Renato Stockler

Photographer Renato Stockler has created a series of stunning aerial shots of Brazil’s football pitches. From professional club grounds to urban dirt pitches, they capture the importance of football in Brazilian landscapes in a very original project. They’re really worth taking a look at – and can be seen here.  

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Bayern fans protest about ticket prices

“£64 a ticket, but without fans football is not worth a penny” declared the Bayern Munich fans’ banners at Emirates stadium, home of Europe’s most expensive seats, before the Champions League tie last night. A large number of the Germans deliberately missed the first five minutes of the game to emphasise their message. When they did arrive they were warmly … Continue reading

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Jurgen Klopp to Liverpool art

Liverpool’s appointment of former Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp has sent everyone into a bit a frenzy. With the advantage of not having actually taken charge of a game yet, Klopp has got the supporters excited, the media eating out of his hand and even opposition fans shooting a few admiring glances. It seems Klopp’s appointment has also got the … Continue reading

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Nostalgic football scenes by Sid Kirkham

It’s hard not to like Sid Kirkham’s artwork for a number of reasons. 1. It usually features nostalgic football scenes of fans going to or from games. 2. Those fans are usually wearing scarves, which is always a plus. 3. Sid only started painting at the age of 60 when he was made redundant, so there is a nice story … Continue reading

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Urban Goals by Michael Kirkham

Urban Goals is a photography project by Michael Kirkham, which celebrates football in our cities. In other words, it’s a look at the lengths people will go to in order to create a goal at which to shoot, even when grass is at a premium or non-existent. Sometimes that means a tiny set of woodwork on a housing estate playing … Continue reading

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