Issue Twenty Eight | Brexit
Football, social media and the erosion of faith in the institution of journalism
Issue Twenty Four | Cup of Nations
Cameroon’s brilliantly unexpected victory couldn’t eradicate doubts about Gabon’s hosting of the tournament
Issue Twenty Three | Introduction
Jonathan Wilson's Editor's Note from Issue Twenty Three
Issue Nineteen | Mourinho
The manager, his methods and why it always goes wrong in the third season.
Issue Eighteen | Foundations
A centenary celebration of the publisher whose history of football was a set text for generations
Issue Eighteen | Copa América
Under Jorge Sampaoli, Chile discovered a pragmatic edge to win their first trophy
Issue Sixteen | Tournaments
How a derided reserve goalkeeper brought Côte d’Ivoire’s long wait for a trophy to an end
Issue Fifteen | The North-East
In a world of superclubs, what’s the point of the ordinary teams?
Issue Fourteen | World Cup Review
From Budapest to Buenos Aires: the story of Brazil 2014
Issue Thirteen | Greatest Games
World Cup semi-final, Stade Olympique de la Pontaise, Lausanne, Switzerland, 30 June 1954
Issue Eleven | Theory
How the nature of international football leads inevitably to sluggish football
Issue Eight | Africa
Nigeria ended their 19-year wait for a third Cup of Nations but a familiar sense of chaos remains
Issue Seven | Interview
The great Bosnian coach reflects on the war, Japan and Alan Mullery's lack of fair play.
Issue Six | Euro 2012
Euro 2012 raised major questions about the nature of fandom and what comprises a tournament
Issue Five | Fall
Ten years after retaining the Cup of Nations, Cameroon failed to qualify. What went wrong?
Issue Four | Africa
How Zambia's emotional triumph restored the zest to the Cup of Nations
Issue Three | Foreign Soil
Clouds, clubs and the collective: reflections on the Under-20 World Cup.
Issue Two | In Argentina
How Óscar Washington Tabárez led Uruguay to Copa América glory as Argentina and Brazil misfired
Issue One | Theory
How Victorio Spinetto pioneered pragmatism in Argentinian football