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.
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.
Nottingham Forest fan, Football Manager addict and scorer of Ivory Toast's greatest ever goal.
Freelance football writer, blue-blooded fox and an enthusiast of the deep-lying playmaker.
Aspiring football writer who suffers from chronic Arsenal supporting. It's debilitating at times but I appear to be coping well.
Football writer at Box to Box Football.
Photographer and creator of Urban Goals - a stirring memento of lost youth and a stark reminder of the social inequalities still faced in Britain today
Football fan and writer. Keen follower of South American football culture and occasional thing or two for the numbers that make up the game. Currently residing in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
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.
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.
Multimedia Journalism student at Bournemouth University. Support West Ham United but love watching any football.
Aspiring sports journalist currently studying at Stirling University. Football player and Liverpool fan from Northern Ireland.
Scottish football writer living in Lisbon that covers the sociology, politics and economics behind the beautiful game.
The Fabrizio Romano of mediocre football writers.
An award-winning sportswriter and sponsor/fan/follower of non-league football in Scotland. Also has a penchant for Schalke 04, SS Lazio and FC Barcelona.
Journalism graduate and Walsall FC fan. Lover of all things football and basketball.
Aspiring football writer. Hopeful Hammer. Exhausted teacher and parent. I love this game.
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.)
Just a couple of football traditionalists who believe that a lot of what we love about the beautiful game is being eroded away & the things that really matter are not celebrated enough. Through The Turnstiles you will read all about; fan culture, fan & club traditions, fan & club history, politics in football, how football impacts & shapes society, & much more.
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.
Freelance footballer writer based out of Germany. Specific interest in German football and regularly found on Breakingthelines.
I also like Football. Future Japanese football correspondent.
From Nottingham, now lives in Milton Keynes. Interested in politics, music and sport. Writes about Nottingham Forest on Seat Pitch and in Bandy & Shinty
Fanatical football fan, many opinions most of which are wrong.
As well as contributing to Box To Box, Federico is a regular Football Illustrator and Writer for The Gentleman Ultra. His work has also featured on These Football Times and VICESports
Groundhopper, toryteller & copywriting. Community Manager of Newell’s Old Boys. Contributor to Copa90, Mundial, UrbanPitch, Panenka, OhMyGoal & Box To Box Football. Maradonian Church. From El Raval.
Football writer from Dublin featured in Póg Mo Goal.
Adjunct professor St John's University, New York and creator of SoccerLit. I have a knack for tearing ACLs.
Celebrating stadiums past, present and future. Brooklyn born / UK based contributor to Box to Box Football and The Football Pink.
The Football Trimmings is written by Richard Tester, a much-travelled football fan capturing the beauty of the game through his photography and writing.
Occasionally write a bit about football. Previously worked for various platforms. Currently a contributor for Football's Finest
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
“To generalize is to be an idiot.” Addicted to Juventus. Positive Thinker. HR Specialist. Street Photographer. Football Writer. Ultimately a Dreamer!
Liverpool fan, local news journalist who writes about football, brewing and cycling when he can.
Trying to connect dots with audio, writing and film.
Author of The World Is (Not) A Cold Dead Place and other less popular works. 50% of Obliterati Press. NHS worker. Armchair Evertonian. Husker Du obsessive.
Football Writer & Consultant. Founder of Curva e Calcio, Serie A newsletter, podcast & community. Fiorentina. Open to opportunities.
Took Ivory Toast to a cup final. Toast No.1 for life, at least I try.
Scottish foreign correspondent in Mexico, Haiti and Brazil. Now covering LatAm, mostly sports, from SP/LDN. Former CPJ rep. Author of 'Doctor Socrates.'
Can be found on TugaScout writing about Liga Portugal 2.
Jordan Florit is an insatiable reader and writer. Books on Latin America, politics, psychology, and sociology take up the space left on his shelf once those on football have had their pride of place. These are the topics that influence his writing, where he skirts the main theme of football with culture and anthropology. Over a ten-year writing career, his work has featured in a number of publications, including acclaimed magazine These Football Times and on the award-winning website Football Paradise.
Patrick Keddie is a journalist and essayist based in Istanbul. A reporter for Al Jazeera, his writing has also appeared in VICE, the Guardian, the Huffington Post, the Irish Times, the LA Review of Books, Middle East Eye and the Sunday Herald among others.
A lifelong sufferer of Peterborough United who was once knocked backwards off a wall by Dennis Tueart's arse.
Football enthusiast based in Cardiff with a love of match statistics
Third year sports journalism student at Plymouth Marjon University. Torquay United supporter. Plymouth Argyle media experience.
Football journalist. Loves Scotland, LFC and old school football grounds
Blogger on all sports, films and books. Writer for Next To The Aisle and Level 4 referee.
Andrea Dalla Barba, "ADB". Born in Arzignano in 1991. Lives and works between Vicenza and València. He graduated from the Liceo Artistico di Valdagno, a graphic-visual school, specialized in illustration at the Scuola Internazionale di Comics in Padua and attended various professional courses in Macerata and Sarmede. Always passionate about graphics, he graduated in graphic design at the Dieffe Academy in Verona. He collaborates with several Italian and international magazines, participates in exhibitions and has been selected in some national and international competitions. He collects Buzz Lightyear and loves everything that reminds him of the '90s.
North East Football App Editor at Reach PLC. The Shiney Pod co-host. Ex-MOTD-mag
Spurs & Quins fan and Content Manager at Playfinder.
Co-Founder and Head of Content at First Time Finish.
Still trying to solve England’s left-sided problem (and other issues).
Paul Goodwin is CEO and co-founder of the Scottish Football Supporters Association (https://scottishfsa.org). He is a marketeer, a long-standing Partick Thistle Fan and created the campaign to bring Stirling Albion into community ownership. Simon Barrow is director of the think-tank Ekklesia. He is co-founder and vice chair of the Scottish Football Supporters Association, and was until recently an associate director of Dumbarton FC and its press/media officer.
Apprehensive Chelsea fan trying to make Football's visual culture a bit more visual. Also disgraced fair-weather Southend fan and 00s AC Milan nostalgist.
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.
Eugene O’Driscoll is an Irish New Yorker who, outside of his footballing interests, is a historian.
PhD Student, American Literature, Irish Centre for Poetry Studies, D.C.U, Along with Box To Box, featured in the Blizzard, The Football Pink and These Football Times, From Sligo, in Dublin.
Devon Rowcliffe has written about Korean football for the Korea Times, World Football Pages and Vancouver Sun, and has been interviewed about the sport by BBC Radio Newcastle, talkSPORT, Televisa Deportes, CBC Radio One, COPA90 and VICE. He spent a year travelling across the Korean peninsula to watch K League matches with Busan I’cons FC supporters. He is a columnist who writes football opinion and political commentary, and he holds a master’s degree in Asian studies.
University student, Scott McTominay obsessive and football journalism wannabe - found on a variety of platforms.
Sarcastic unless stated. Greying. Good touch for a big man. The Warm Up on talkSport, Football Weekly & the Guardian.
Marketing student, groundhopper, Greenock Morton fan. Co-host for Dutch and Scot Sportscast. Contributor to Football's Finest.
25-year-old aspiring football writer, fully behind the Roman empire in West London.
Freelance writer that enjoys covering pop culture, music, fashion, beauty and interviewing/profiling creatives.
The creative mind behind MANON - currently residing in Amsterdam.
Professional illustrator creating entertainment and commercial art.
Contributor to Football's Finest & The Cricketer Mag.
Swansea and Málaga fan, season ticket holder and even host a Malaga podcast. Merthyr Tydfil boy living in Marbella.
Part time writer, full time football fan. Loves everything about the beautiful game (except VAR.)
Artist, animator and soccer fan. Case Jernigan draws, makes paper art and animated films. Fascinated by light up toys, 1980’s Japanese animation, and retro video games, Case imbues his characters with an unsettling charm. A Screen Australia grant winner, he’s currently collaborating with Closer Productions to craft a series of animated shorts about soccer fans.
Football grounds. Football shirts. Weymouth FC. F95. Tinpot. Contributor to Halb Vier.
Making print great again with Rabona. Words for DW Sports. Spurs.
QPR fan living in Ilkley, West Yorkshire