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Chants of “A-F-G! A-F-G!” were ringing around Melbourne yesterday as Afghanistan won the 2008 Homeless World Cup after a dramatic 5-4 win over Russia in the final. Deserving winners – Afghanistan were undefeated all week and also beat Russia in the group stage – the central Asians took the tournament by storm both with their…
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Club Website hit the news in Scotland this weekend as the people of Edinburgh were able to read all about Club Website’s league sponsorship package.
The Homeless World Cup is heating up down under, with the knockout stages taking place this weekend. After two lengthy group stages during the first five days of the tournament, the best eight teams in the tournament have now progressed to the quarter finals of the main World Cup tournament, whilst the other teams have…
The English Football Association has issued new guidance on disciplinary measures to be employed in small-sided football. The traditional yellow card caution has been scrapped and replaced by a blue card “sin-bin” where a player is requested to leave the field for a short period of time.
Love them or hate them, it seems that the dreaded penalty shootout is here to stay, at least if Club Website readers have their way! Our latest poll asked readers to vote for the best way to decide a match that is level after 90 minutes and an overwhelming majority voted in favour of the…
The Homeless World Cup got underway in Melbourne today, bringing together 56 teams from across the globe, including England, Scotland and Ireland, for a unique street football tournament. The tournament uses football as a catalyst to encourage people who are homeless to change their lives; and to change the attitudes of governments, media, public and…
The Football Foundation is the UK’s largest sports charity and grassroots football’s biggest supporter.
The Government, Premier League and English FA each invest £15 million per year to the Foundation, who use the funding to improve facilities and create opportunities for people to play football throughout the country.
The issue of children’s football was on the agenda this week in Club Website’s latest poll. We asked whether, in junior football, all players should be given the same amount of time on the pitch during a game regardless of ability… and the results were interesting, to say the least.
Club Website readers are split down the middle when it comes to that old chestnut of a football discussion on the off-side law. Club Website’s latest poll asked: Do you think the current off-side law is too complicated.
England Under 21 manager Stuart Pearce joined The FA and the Football Foundation today to combat one of the biggest challenges facing football at all levels: unacceptable behaviour on the pitch and from the sidelines.
The Under 21 boss was joined Richard Stearman and Martin Cranie from his squad along with Premier League referee Howard Webb to launch a £1 million Football Foundation initiative promoting the Respect programme’s Designated Spectator Area Barriers.
Sir Alex Ferguson has backed the drive to get more people of all ages involved in sport. The Manchester United manager was speaking at Broadoak School, in Trafford, Manchester, where he opened a £2m community sports centre.
Club website readers have voted overwhelmingly in favour of an introduction of goal line technology in top flight football. In Club Website’s latest poll, 69% of readers voted in favour of the possible change, which would help eradicate high profile and often costly mistakes by officials in professional football.