Voted by more than 3,000 fans, IMAGO and FanQ are pleased to unveil the winner of the “Sports Image of the Month January,” a celebration of unforgettable moments in sports and the photographers who capture them. The winning photo for January, taken by Marcel von Fehrn captures a pivotal 3:3 equalizer by Hamburger SV attacker Robert Glatzel from behind the goal, receiving an average rating of 3.54 out of five stars.
All articles by Johannes Häring
The 58th Super Bowl is around the corner. The spectacular finale of a high-octane season, all to play for in the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. The Chiefs vs. the 49ers. Mahomes vs. Purdy. Kelce vs. Kittle. Pacheco vs. McCaffrey. Ultimate Glory is on the line.
From the San Mamés to the Mestalla thrives a land, where the sun sets late and buzzing football noise echoes through the lively calles and vibrant alleys. In Spain, the passion for football transcends the boundaries of mere fandom. In Madrid, Barcelona and every village in between, the spirit for fútbol runs deep in one’s soul.
Wrapped in white robes, Real Madrid has been at the pinnacle of football for almost a whole century. The multitude of fame and accolades has shaped entire generations, right up to today. Iconic tales have been told, and players immortalized themselves in the heart of Spain’s capital. The Game Magazine spoke with someone who is right there, up close on the sidelines of the legendary Santiago Bernabéu, Alejandro Pérez Poza.
Attending a football match is often an experience of shared devotion, togetherness and wholehearted spirit. But sometimes, amidst the high-octane enthusiasm and overwhelming passion, unforeseen disasters strike, casting a dark shadow over what should have been moments of joy.
The echoes of past triumphs resonating, East German football clubs still vividly remember their glorious days before the fall of the Berlin Wall. They once regularly graced the stages of European cup finals and amassed championships, now, 33 years after the German reunification, the traditional teams from the East find themselves in the bottom divisions of German football.
In the realm where the rhythm of rock music converges with the artistry of photography, a unique creative soul thrives. Meet Marcus Sielaff, a photographer whose journey seamlessly intertwines his love for the electric energy of rock melodies and the captivating allure of narrating a visual story of his travels.
Anticipating the grand final of the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, The Game reviews the Road to the Final in a visual recap.
From the small villages scattered across the vast countryside to the energetic city life in Buenos Aires, football plays a significant role in the culture of Argentina. In an exclusive interview with the official club photographer of Boca Juniors, Javier Garcia Martino, The Game immerses further into the unique football experience at one of the most famous clubs in the world, Boca Juniors.
In our newest Zine, GOALGETTER: The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, IMAGO delves into the different facets of women’s football and further explores the ever-growing fan base and rising support fueled by a united passion for the global game.