On May 6, 2018, Wolverhampton Wanderers finished their Championship campaign with a 3-0 loss to Sunderland. It mattered little as Wolves had already sealed their promotion to the Premier League amassing 99 points and a …Read more →
Official Soccer Nut
Raised in England, Ian is a die-hard Chelsea supporter. He’s also a life-long player and a passionate youth coach – he has been coaching juniors for over 11 years. He’s lived and played in England, Hong Kong, and Canada, and he dreamed up this site when a pile of photos inherited by his mother-in-law turned out to be a veritable treasure trove of football history. He lives, works, plays and coaches with his family of five in White Rock, BC.
GP supports Arsenal by blood, and Borussia Monchengladbach, Fiorentina & Germany by choice. He was born and raised in Canada, playing soccer with his team-sized family as soon as his motor-skills kicked in. He’s lived and played recreationally in the UK and Continental Europe, fostering an intricate interest in tactics, technique, and historic minutiae. He’s the blog man around here, so his brain is available for picking.
In 1996, Ajax closed a long, historic chapter on a stadium that has become a forgotten relic. The Amsterdam Olympic Stadium may have only been used on special occasions by the club, but those special …Read more →
The Allianz Arena in Munich is synonymous with Germany’s largest and most famous football club FC Bayern Munich. The stadium was opened in 2006 and it revolutionised the idea of what a modern football ground …Read more →