We’re on a roll with this one. After having taken a look at how Hull City fans view the UK, we are sharing an overview of what goes on inside the mind of your average Arsenal fan when Continue reading
Ladies and gentlemen, I need your patience here. It takes a lot for me to articulate what I am about to write….
Leeds United is a Premier League Football club.
Bllllleeeuuuuuurrrrgghhh. Forgive me, I just dry heaved, and not because of what I was drinking last night. As much as it Continue reading
The title speaks for itself. We present an accurate map of how Hull City fans view the rest of the country that they Continue reading
Though summer has returned, it will be a long time before we can get back to enjoying Football the way we would like to. But hey, at least we can go out and enjoy a nice pint again! We at FBTG did the next best thing and sat down with Andrew of 80 Days Bier Markt in Hull for a couple of imported Pilsners and good chat about all things Football culture. Cheers.
Could you please introduce yourself?
I’m Andrew Murphy. I own 80 Days Bier Markt in Paragon Arcade and Continue reading
In part 1 of “The Realities of Football Culture Blogging”, we cast a light onto the work that goes on behind the scenes of a small blog like ours and how we integrate this work with our everyday lives, as well as calling out a lot of the blogosphere on its inherent bullshit.
That is all well and good, but pub conversations and discussions with readers often reveal a great deal of misconceptions you guys have regarding the writing process we employ at FBTG. Visiting Continue reading
As usual, one of the first things I did when I woke up this afternoon was to scroll through my social media feeds. “Happy World Book Day!“. I normally take literal interest in such egregiously lame attempts to celebrate something for the sake of it, but, for some reason, I decided to consult your favourite search engine to check.
The search results were inconclusive. As far as I can tell, World Book Day falls either on the 5th of March or the 23rd of April, or possibly on both. Now, it is sad enough that the average person reads as seldom as they do. But devaluing such a pleasurable and rewarding act by lumping it in with these international days of “empowerment” twice really pissed us off.
Let’s fucking do away with “World Book Day” and encourage each other to Continue reading
Still going strong, From Boothferry To Germany is now celebrating four years of Football Culture blogging. To mark the occasion, we have picked out our four favourite articles written on our site in the past 365 days Continue reading