A new report has suggested that playing youth sport can help women achieve more in their careers. The Imagination Gap report commissioned by Atlassian, in partnership with the AFL Women’s League, aims to start a conversation about the link between team sports, role models and leadership success. According to the survey of 1000 respondents, 82%…
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Ukraine were crowned Homeless World Cup champions last night after a thrilling finish to the Milan 2009 tournament.
A 5-4 victory over Portugal in a thrilling final was enough to clinch the title and crown Ukraine as the seventh winners of the tournament that gives people who are homeless the opportunity to change their own lives.
Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton will take a pit stop tour of the Milan 2009 Homeless World Cup tomorrow (Thursday).
In Italy for the Grand Prix at Monza this weekend, the British driver will stop by to support the annual tournament which uses football to energise homeless people to change their lives and one with which Club Website is proud to be a partner.
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If you are among the millions of people out there using Facebook and Twitter, then you’ll be pleased to hear that you can now keep up to date with everything going on at Club Website via these two popular outlets.
So, was your team one of the lucky 80?
The draw for the 2009/10 Lucozade Sport Performance League (LSPL) was announced on talkSPORT radio yesterday afternoon as 80 club website teams got the good news they’ve been hoping for this summer – a season long sponsorship from Lucozade Sport and a place in the most exciting virtual league out there.
It’s not very often that football throws up a moral dilemma but, following Crystal Palace’s ‘goal’ that never was, there’s been one up for discussion this week.
If your opposition score a goal that everyone sees apart from the match officials, should you do the right thing or just get on with the game?
Amusing football story of the day: Premier League new boys Burnley told to upgrade changing rooms as they are not big enough to cope with a football team’s needs.
With almost every preview of Manchester United’s visit to Turf Moor focussing on the conditions that will await Sir Alex Ferguson’s men rather than the game itself, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the champions of England were turning out on Hackney Marshes.
The sad news that Sir Bobby Robson lost his battle with cancer on Friday has left a huge hole in the football community.
Robson summed up everything that is good about football and every one of us involved in the game can learn something from a man that will be sadly missed.
Half of Britain’s footballers are putting up with sub-standard facilities, a Club Website poll can reveal.
28 percent of readers described the facilities – changing rooms, showers etc – used before and after their football matches each week as ‘terrible’, whilst 22 percent said theirs were ‘poor’.
That’s 50 percent in total. One in two people? Simply not good enough.
Let’s be honest… we all love a bit of controversy in football, don’t we?
Whether it’s a dodgy off-side decision, a disputed card or a contentious goal, there’s nothing better than a bit of debate with your mates after the game.
Club Website is delighted to announce a new partnership with the Homeless World Cup, the international football tournament that uses football to energise homeless people to change their lives.
The 2009 Homeless World Cup takes place in Milan on 6-13 September and Club Website are proud to be a key partner of the tournament on the road to Milan and beyond.
Something new and exciting is happening in football.
There’s revolution in the air. Change is afoot and Club Website is leading the way. Are you ready to join us?
Respect. It’s been the buzzword in football for the last 12 months. From the bright lights of the Champions League to the nitty gritty of amateur football, everyone’s been talking about it… but has behaviour on the pitch improved as a result?