For our 200th post, FBTG has compiled a list of the 10 most fascinating Football clubs around the world that officially compete in the Football league of a separate sovereign nation. All vary in size, success, age and global recognition, but the single criterion Continue reading
We all mourn the horrible news that has come from Leicestershire today. Any death in Football is a loss, but such a terrible and sudden Continue reading
This piece of graffiti was seen in Southern Thailand in 2017. Does that Lion appear familiar to you in any way? While being a striking design in its own right, this Lion holding the Thai flag acts as a subtle nod toward the recent success that Thailand has had in the Premier League.
The current Continue reading
Seen inside the KCOM Stadium in Hull, a rather conspicuous location for such an Aufkleber.
The Allam family continue to own Hull City and manage all club operations as a large congregation of fans continue to protest against that very Continue reading
Admin of “One Hull Of A City” online community, Rich Sharp Wilson is the absolute authority on all things cultural in and around ‘Ull. We sat down with Rich for a coffee to discuss the city’s growing art scene, regional rivalries and, of course, the role of Football is this most unusual of cities….
Could you give me a short introduction to yourself and to One Hull Of A City?
I’m Rich Sharp Wilson, admin Continue reading
Because the Football Stadium isn’t always the most LGBT-friendly of environments….
FBTG celebrates sexual diversity as much as it celebrates cultural diversity in Football. Happy Pride Month to everybody celebrating around the world.
At the best of times, Footballers give pretty monotonous interviews. But there is nothing duller or more repetitive than the obligatory new-player-signing-interview conducted by the club and splashed about across social media to keep the fans engaged.
Don’t believe us? Then grab a pen, print our New-Signing-Bingo-Scorecard out, press Continue reading
Ultra lifestyle Social Media pages such as “Ultras World” share images and stories from fanatics around the world, the best tifos and pyro shows spreading globally. But when these Social Media pages share images or stories from games in England, they tend to result in lists of comments criticising the modern English stadium atmospheres. “RIP England” and the like. Followers from Casablanca to Java are simply not seeing choreos, pyrotechnic use, custom flags and in-stadium clashes, what they believe characterise good atmosphere, in England. The simple conclusion is that England doesn’t have fanatics and atmosphere any more. FBTG openly acknowledges that English Continue reading