“This is the best job in the world”: UOMWFC’s Head Coach Rob McKay on how women’s football at university is thriving
UoM’s Women’s Football Club is breaking norms usually accepted within the sport, with Coach McKay bringing community and ambition to his teams
Review: Vardy v Rooney – The Wagatha Christie Trial
Vardy v Rooney: The Wagatha Christie trial is a brilliant verbatim dramatisation (albeit with hilarious football commentators) that takes us behind the courtroom’s closed doors
Exclusive interview: GIO-GOI x Umbro on Rihanna, rock ‘n’ roll and international recognition
GIO-GOI x Umbro has just released its latest collaborative line. We caught up with GIO-GIO co-founder Anthony Donnelly about everything GIO-GOI and what’s to come next
Blood on their Chests: Holding the FIFA World Cup in Qatar to Account
An insight into the backlash created by the human rights violations associated with Qatar’s FIFA World Cup, and how Denmark has fought to ensure that amongst the football, this record is not forgotten
Adidas presents SPEZIAL F.C. footwear exhibition at Circle Square Manchester
Football and fashion fans – this one’s for you! Head over to Circle Square Manchester for a free exhibition of Adidas football footwear throughout the decades
Six of the best places to catch all of the World Cup drama
With the World Cup fast approaching, we’ve created a list of suggestions of the best student-friendly bars to head to when watching the games
“Hunger doesn’t wear club colours”: community support during the cost-of-living crisis
Manchester City Football Club Fans Foodbank support group are collecting donations on matchdays on behalf of Manchester Central Foodbank
Opinion: Queen over Country? Was the disruption to sports justified?
Sporting fixtures all over the country came to a pause in respect of Queen Elizabeth’s death. But was this the right decision?
The issue of women’s pay in sport: The fight for fairness in a male dominated field
These are signs that women’s sport is going in the right direction, but do not be fooled. There is still plenty of work to do.