On an uncharacteristically warm Thursday evening, I met Sascha Düerkop in a quiet cafe outside Euston station to talk about next month’s World Football Cup being held in London. Sascha… Read more Faraway Lands and Football Shirts: an interview with Sascha Düerkop – CONIFA’s General Secretary →
An examination of the unique and incredible football culture in one of the world’s most beautiful countries; Iceland.
Just because the USA failed to reach the World Cup this summer, doesn’t mean they haven’t got a football team to support as Cascadia aim to shock the world in London at the World Football Cup.
At the close of play on Wednesday evening, you’d be hard-pressed not to say that Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham are now the favourites to progress to the Champions League… Read more Is this the year English clubs return to the top of continental football? →
Football is coming home this summer, but not in the way you might expect. Sixteen teams from across the globe are travelling to London at the end of May to… Read more The CONIFA World Football Cup: What we know so far →
So here we are, just a matter of hours to go until the transfer window closes once again and at the time of writing, Arsenal have secured a deal for… Read more Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Wenger’s final roll of the dice →
Yorkshire played Ellan Vannin (also known as the Isle of Man) in their first ever international fixture on Sunday, but how did God’s Own County reach this point, and what does the future hold for two of CONIFA’s British-based members.
Shani Tarashaj was once one of Switzerland’s greatest attacking prospects, but what should have been a dream move to Everton has turned into a disaster.