Works in telly, travels for laughs, writes about sport.
Football enthusiast, stewarding Brentford FC games in his spare time.
Football journalist living in the Highlands of Scotland with a passion for football, shinty and dogs.
Aspiring football writer who suffers from chronic Arsenal supporting. It's debilitating at times but I appear to be coping well.
Nottingham Forest fan, Football Manager addict and scorer of Ivory Toast's greatest ever goal.
Football writer at Box to Box Football.
An aspiring Portuguese sports writer, lover of all sports, officially and irrationally engaged to one football club: the one and only Sport Lisboa e Benfica.
Freelance football writer, blue-blooded fox and an enthusiast of the deep-lying playmaker.
I'm a Londoner living in São Paulo trying to make my way into football journalism. I'm into the histories and the underdog tales that make football so enthralling. I also have a strange penchant for overweight footballers.
Oxford based Swansea City fan and a Berbatov-esque player on the pitch.
Journalism graduate and Walsall FC fan. Lover of all things football and basketball.
Brighton based football enthusiast.
Aspiring 23 year old Bahraini football writer. Enormous Real Madrid fan. Lover of everything football related but especially Spanish Football. Law Graduate and currently working as Trainee Lawyer.
Studying sports broadcasting, avid follower of european football but also partial to a bit of non-league. Once scored a 30 yard volley with my bum.
Entangled in an ongoing roller-coaster love affair with Middlesbrough Football Club.
A sports writer from London. Journalism graduate from Sheffield. Huge football fan and Liverpool supporter... Yes. Still.
Enduring Colchester United fan and aspiring sports journalist, prone to backing any available underdog.
Criminology Graduate with a keen eye for all things arty, I deal with the creative side of Box to Box whilst occasionally writing articles.
I am a part-time kids' football coach and touch typing tutor. A self-confessed sports nut, I have recently started my own sports blog. In the past, I have worked in the football industry as a statistician and in an administrative capacity. I am also a former Man Utd season ticket holder - I hope that won't count against me!
Undercover northerner in London that loves animals, books, tea and travelling.
North London, lifelong Spurs fan, currently studying at Plymouth University.
PR professional. Sport Marketing graduate. Football addict.
Avid West Ham and English football fan. Very opinionated when it comes to the England national team and the Premier League itself.
Englishman in Madrid trying to stay faithful to my childhood love, Liverpool FC, in amongst all the Spanish sexiness. Follower of all Madrid clubs, from Rayo to Real. Also passionate about Rugby League and Horse Racing; husband to an oft-suffering Venezuelan.
An Irish writer who now calls Madrid his home. Aside from supporting Liverpool and the Republic, makes short films and theatre pieces. Also a big fan of acronyms (YNWA, COYBIG etc.)
Based in East Sussex and has been photographing and writing about non-League football for over a decade. FSF Amateur Photographer of the Year in 2011, and short-listed for the FSF Blogger of the Year in 2016. David has also published four books to date, including ‘Dugouts’ (2006) and his current photo essays can be found at dbauckham.exposure.co
Italian student and aspiring sports journalist who has recently moved to London. My interest in football started when I was a child and used to play it at school, and since then I was hooked.
I also like Football. Future Japanese football correspondent.
Fanatical football fan, many opinions most of which are wrong.
Aspiring sports journalist with an eye for a bet. Currently working at the Racing Post whilst writing weekly previews and tips for the Racing and Football Outlook. West Ham fan who has a passion for most sports including Football, Horse Racing, Boxing/UFC and Darts. Connect, follow or add me on my social media.
Mat lives in Southampton with his wife and, if he were allowed, a cat that would probably be called Stanley. He had supported Southampton and Salisbury since he was a young boy and has written about football for The Football Pink and Stand Magazine, as well as on his own blog Dreams of Victoria Park. His wife won’t let him have a cat. He has written two books: 'Another Bloody Saturday: A Journey to the Heart and Soul of Football', Published November 2015, and 'Minnows United: Tales from the Fringes of the Beautiful Game', due for release in the Summer of 2017.
I am a freelance writer from Dublin with a passion for sharing my opinions on the beautiful game. I am currently living in Thailand. When I am not writing, I am most likely to be stuffing my face with delicious Thai food.
28 year old aspiring football writer, supporting Hull City. I follow football all across Europe and have an extensive knowledge of English football throughout the divisions.
I've been a broadcast journalist and producer for more than 25 years and presented programmes like the Hong Kong Soccer Sevens on Sky Sports, Masters Football Highlights on Channel 4.I also presented Charlton Athletic TV and Bolton Wanderers TV, match day programmes which were both broadcast to 40 countries worldwide.I have played non-league football myself, and have just been appointed manager of Wraysbury FC who are to compete in the Thames Valley Premier League next season.Previously I was manager of Bedfont Town (Reserves), and an assistant to Jamie Lawrence at Ashford Town.
Writing about football anonymously.
Sports Graduate from Oxford Brookes University. Saints & England fan (Ever still faithful with the later) Once I scored a 5-a-side hat-trick... Those were the days!
Beard. Self-loathing. Known for my loud sighing. Currently dividing my time equally between being a musician, touring all over the place with Jingo, and being utterly depressed thanks to Arsenal FC.
An ex-Civil Servant living in 'Last Of The Summer Wine' country that recently took early retirement to spend more time drinking ale, walking my dogs, writing, and watching the beautiful game. A supporter of Man City, Huddersfield Town, Ossett Town (and Albion) and AFC Emley.
Leicester City fan studying Politics in Sweden. Ross and Andy Soccer Camp Player of the Week first week of August 1998.
Sky Sports addict and self-acclaimed football expert(ish). I split my time between following Liverpool FC and hacking my way across golf courses.
Full time Sport lecturer, part time coach. Championship Manager 01/02 expert.
Resident wordsmith at Glory Magazine. A freelance writer and award-winning short filmmaker, and also a long-suffering Arsenal fan and Arsene Wenger apologist with a soft spot for the nearly and sometimes-men of European football: AS Roma, Atletico Madrid and Borussia Dortmund.
Took Ivory Toast to a cup final. Toast No.1 for life, at least I try.
Sports marketer and freelance football writer from Finland with a critical eye for the 'unconventional'. #DareToZlatan, I'd say, whether you are a top side from Europe or a minnow club in South America.
Writer for Box To Box Football.
Conscripted into the Toon Army as a child, wishes desertion was an option. Also writes a bit.
Writer for Box To Box Football.
Game of the People is written by Neil Jensen, an experienced corporate writer and football journalist. Neil is a columnist with the non-league paper and a widely recognised financial writer. Game of the People (www.gameofthepeople.com) has been running for four years and continues to grow, attracting readers from all over the world. Neil is also CEO of Isherwood Editorial, a creative agency specialising in football, financial technology and travel.
Football coach and Sports Management Student at University of Gloucestershire.
Aspiring football journalist, pessimistic Spurs supporter.
Covering Icelandic football in the land of fire.
25-year-old football fan and aspiring blogger for Missing Studs and Box To Box Football.
From Porto, I started enjoying Soviet football at a very young age when I would watch Rinat Dasaev on TV, but it was probably Radchenko's brace and Shmarov's goal at the Santiago Bernabéu a quarter of a century ago that transformed me into an avid consumer of what was going on with the game throughout Eastern Europe. Punk rock fan and English teacher by day, football writer after the sun goes down.
Mladen Barbaric is a freelance journalist from Croatia, based in Italy with more than a decade of experience working for Croatian national daily paper Novi list, Le Monde Diplomatique and other outlets including Goalden Times.
Freelance sports journalist of several years predominantly specialising in English and European football, also with a keen interest in rugby and cricket. Started career by writing betting previews but have expanded portfolio to a wide range of sports information websites. Forever optimistic Arsenal fan with a soft spot for Les Blues.
Adjunct professor St John's University, New York and creator of SoccerLit. I have a knack for tearing ACLs.
John is a football purist who is well traversed in all of the major leagues across the globe. He is most comfortable writing on the Premier League and Champions League, consistently writing up knowledgeable and in-depth pieces.
Journalism graduate, football devotee, No. 1 John Terry apologist
Football and NFL enthusiast, Mad Manchester United fan, Aberystwyth university graduate
Works in football on the South coast. A sidelong glance at everything from non-league to the international game.
A Wolves fan for his sins, based in Yorkshire, regularly correcting people there who call him a Brummie.
QPR fan living in Ilkley, West Yorkshire
Football enthusiast based in Cardiff with a love of match statistics