On 7 May 2006, Arsenal closed Highbury Stadium and a long, extensive chapter in the club’s history. Home to the Gunners from 1913 until 2006, Highbury was far from the glitzy, shiny ground the club …Read More →
Opened in 2007, Wembley Stadium took five years and an estimated £1 billion to build. When it was finally opened on March 24th for its first official match between England U21s and Italy U21s, the …Read More →
Tottenham Hotspurs’ iconic White Hart Lane saw its last ever match in May 2017. It wasn’t just any match, as Spurs defeated rivals Manchester United in the swansong of the 118-year-old stadium. Supporters were treated …Read More →
Manchester United, Matt Busby and a team shattered
For all of the great Manchester United teams ever produced, there is still one that remains head and shoulders above the rest. The Busby Babes are that team, …Read More →
Home to Fulham Football Club, Craven Cottage was first opened in 1896. Fulham had played the first six years of their existence in a number of areas in West London. But it wasn’t until they …Read More →
Leeds United supporters were dumbfounded on Wednesday January 24th when the club’s new crest was unveiled. The club revealed its centenary badge for 2019, and immediately supporters were sickened by the corporate, soulless design company …Read More →
The History of Boxing Day football
Every year on Boxing Day, English football fans are treated to a post-Christmas gift. The joy of holiday football is enjoyed by millions of fans in Great Britain, and with …Read More →
Today we chat with GP, who supports Arsenal by blood, and Borussia Monchengladbach, Fiorentina & Germany by choice. He was born and raised in Canada, playing football with his team-sized family as soon as his …Read More →
Today we chat with Ian Thompson, 54, a lifelong Chelsea supporter originally from the UK but now residing in Canada.
1) What is your earliest memory of being a home fan?
Best memory is when my Uncle …Read More →