With betting being a major part of football culture, is it fair to ban footballers for betting?
Bolton has a history of clashing beliefs and a fierce love for football, but the presumption that this is equal to hooliganism can be traced back to the 70s, as well as hooligan groups like Casuals United of 2009 who sought to revive the subculture – the new generation of fans are determined not to fall into the trap.
Leaving island life to live a life-long dream
Meet Jaheim Harry, a young Tobagonian footballer who has been given a once-in-a-lifetime chance with a sports scholarship in Portugal
Hope Powell: On and off the pitch
Football pioneer Hope Powell sits with Artefact magazine to discuss her life and career as a player and coach.
Loot boxes: Underage gambling, but legal?
We discusses the danger of in-game purchases, or loot boxes, which some say are leading children to become gamblers as young as the age of three.
Forest Green Rovers: Eco-friendly football
Chef Jade Crawford speaks to us about working at the world’s first vegan football club.
LGBT football: Games, goals and being gay
Football can be unforgiving; with outdated stereotypes still rife in the beautiful game. Stonewall FC and Titans are challenging these negative ideas one game at a time.
Life as a professional footballer
Ever wondered what it would be like to live a day in the life of footballer? We find out it’s not be as glamorous as you might think.
NFL in the UK: Gaining traction or losing steam?
The Super Bowl is over for another year, but how are UK audiences paying attention to America’s greatest sport?
Money ruins the beautiful game
How football has changed from a sport that used to be played for passion and love but is now played for fame and fortune.