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Since the dawn of football, fans alongside coaches and players have been fascinated with the discussion about who is the best in several different categories. These categories include – best league, best team, best manager, and of course the best player in the world. In this article, we will try to answer a complicated form […]

Over 30 players have had the honour, or perhaps the tenacity, to play for both Barcelona and Real Madrid in their career with varying levels of success. Sometimes the moves have been made years apart and sometimes they have been direct either way, the player has often been despised by the club he played for first. […]

Fantasy football is wonderful – you can play in leagues involving thousands of players, compete against friends and family, and even build your own teams too. On that note, we’ve witnessed some pretty creative and quite funny fantasy football league names over the years. After all, although there can be large cash prizes on offer, […]

Top 5 World Cup upsets Nov 12, 2020

Over the years the World Cup has produced plenty of upsets from way back in 1938 when Cuba beat Romania 2-1 all the way through to Germany’s 1-0 defeat at the hands of Mexico in 2018. Our list of the top 5 World Cup upsets contains matches that many of you will have seen and […]

Plenty of football fans claim not to enjoy an own goal as much as a regular one or even confess sorrow for the unfortunate player that puts through his own net, but we all know the truth. Schadenfreude – pleasure derived by someone from another person’s misfortune. I’m not sure the Germans had own goals in mind […]

Every club has its cult heroes, players that the fans loved, created chants for, and reminisce about long after their time at the club has come to an end. These players aren’t always the best players to have played for your club and can often be a one-season wonder or someone that simply left a […]

The Premier League is part and parcel of football fan’s lives all over the world and has been entertaining us for the best part of 30-years, but do you know how the globally adored league materialised? During the 1980s there was a lot of talk of an English ‘super league‘ in which only the elite clubs […]

Premier League ever-presents Everton are due to leave their current home, Goodison Park, in 2023 for a brand new state of the art stadium based at the Bramley-Moore Dock in Vauxhall, Liverpool. The new stadium, yet to be built, is planned to hold over 52,000 spectators which is a big upgrade on Goodison park’s current […]

One-club players are something of a rarity in the Premier League which is driven by mammoth transfer fees and weekly wages that amount to more than most people make in a year

These in my opinion are the top 5 awaydays of the current Premier and Football Leagues. Is your club listed?

After reaching an agreement with the local Council, Southend United can proceed to the next stage to build a new 14,000 capacity stadium.

Millwall have announced ambitious plans to transform the Den and expand capacity to 34,000.

Portsmouth have submitted plans to extend the Milton End, including 400 seats and more spectator facilities. This will also involve extending the roof area.

21 years after the Lorne Sreet Stand was opened in 1999, the Club will finally install 1,500 seats in the lower tier this Summer. This will fill an empty area, left since it was built. Thit has been made possible by Vale fan and pop idol Robbie Williams.

Brighton & Hove Albion have applied for planning permission to increase the capacity of the Amex Stadium to 32,000.

Peterborough United have announced that they have reached an agreement with Peterborough City Council to build a new stadium, within 3 years.

Manchester United have announced that they are to seek permission to create a new safe standing at area at Old Trafford.

West Ham United have announced that they are to install lower tier seating at the London Stadium, that are closer to the pitch.

Lincoln City have had approval from the local council to expand Sincil Bank by around 1450 seats.

Luton Town are now able to proceed with their plans to build a new stadium after no further appeals against the decision were received before the council deadline.

Everton have now submitted plans to build a new 52,000 capacity stadium at Bramley Dock.

The Club have announced that they have submitted plans to the local council, which they hope will be approved to allow them to build a new 10,000 seated stand to replace the current Peter Taylor (Main) Stand on one side of the City Ground. Work could start at the end of this current season.

Take a look at how the new Brentford Stadium is progressing in West London, as it looks to be completed for the start of next season.

The refurbished Mayflower Grandstand at Home Park Plymouth is on schedule to re-open on January 1st 2020.

Liverpool are set to allow their permit for a planning application for a 4,000 seat expansion to the Anfield Road stand to expire, as bigger plans are in the pipeline.

Coventry City have confirmed that they are to leave the Ricoh Arena and instead groundshare with Birmingham City at St Andrews for the 2019/20 season.

After announcing last month that the Club were to become the first club to install new seating with safety barriers at an existing Premier League ground, work has commenced at Molineux.

Could the Champions League Finalists one day see the Champions League Final played at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?

New Sydney FC Stadium May 21, 2019

The plans for the new stadium to be built for Australian team Sydney FC, look a little different to your normal bowl design. However, Sydney FC will need to groundshare with three other different venues whilst it is being built!

Everton are to progress to Stage 2 of their new Bramley Moore Docks Stadium plans with a second public consultation this summer, including what will happen to Goodison Park.