When semi-finals were magic! You don't need Wembley for those glorious moments
If the FA think four years of semi-finals at Wembley have erased the widespread disapproval of hosting such matches, anecdotal evidence suggests otherwise.
The captains of England, Northern Ireland and Scotland - Kevin...
The captains of England, Northern Ireland and Scotland - Kevin Keegan, Martin O'Neill and Danny McGrain - pose for a unique photograph at Heathrow Airport before travelling to the World Cup Finals in...
Legendary Liverpool boss Shankly takes his place among 10 Great Britons in special Royal Mail stamp collection
One of the finest managers to grace English football, Bill Shankly, is set to have his face on a set of Royal Mail stamps to celebrate 10 Great Britons.
Past & Present Pictures Vol.3
Another couple added today; albert drive then and now by route9autos.co.uk, on Flickr http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6006/5916407780_e1243dd2cd_z.jpg albert drive then in now by route9autos.co.uk, on Flickr Dave
From our archives: The days when fans flocked to the football
AS the cost of going to the football comes under heavy scrutiny once again and crowds dwindle even further we take a look back in pictures at the days when stadiums were full.
Football In The 1970s: When Footballers Wanted A Pint, A Smoke And To Bring Back Hanging - Flashbak
Football has changed. In The Age of Innocence: Football in the 1970s, we hark back to the era when footballers wore glasses and could smoke without being castigated, the game wasn’t a bloated global brand, fans supported their local clubs, footballers’ wives were nurses called ‘Anne’, England footballers off to the World Cup scored a … Continue reading "Football In The 1970s: When Footballers Wanted A Pint, A Smoke And To Bring Back Hanging"
Really Great Football Tips Everyone Should Know
Are you interesting in improving your football game? Are you interested in playing football, but have no idea where to start? No matter if you're an expert or a beginner, this article can help ...
St. Mirren Park football stadium, aka Love Street, the home ground of...
St. Mirren Park football stadium, aka Love Street, the home ground of St. Mirren F.C. in Paisley, Scotland, until its closure in 2009, circa 1980. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images