In an exclusive interview with The Game magazine, David Gray, the overall winner of the WSPA 2021 awards, shares his inspiring story and sheds light on the intention behind his remarkable photograph. With a dive into his extensive experience in sports photography, Gray gives captivating insights.
As football fans around the globe anticipate the grand UEFA Champions League Final 2023 in Istanbul, The Game looks at each finalist’s treacherous way to the most important football game in European club football.
The Game magazine reviews the UEFA Women's Champions League to shed light on the tremendous work done by women and their dominating success in the football field.
Once a thriving symbol of ambition, pride and promise, the story of Hertha BSC in recent years is one to delve further into. The club, who once proudly represented the capital city of Berlin, found itself dwindled in a cycle of mediocrity and chaos. Together with local photographer and Hertha fan, Kasimir Weichert, this article tells a story of mismanagement, failed investments, frustration, traditions and a fan base, which has never been more united after suffering from years of let downs and disappointments.
In our new series for The Game magazine, we will be bringing you the latest advice, industry tips, challenges, and personal accounts straight from the most experienced and professional photographers in the industry.
Football, or calcio as it's known in Italian, holds a special place in the hearts of Italians. It's not just a sport, but a way of life, and one that is deeply ingrained in the country's culture and identity. IMAGO's photographer Antonio Balasco captured the triumphant season of SSC Napoli through his lense and helps us understand the culture in the Mediterranean city in the South of Italy.
In honor of Women’s History Month, IMAGO gives the stage to its women photographers. In an interview with IMAGO, Daniela Porcelli dives into her journey to sports photography, especially in women's sports and explains the challenges and the efforts to give more visibility to women’s sports.
In a visual timeline, The Game magazine laid eyes on the history and development of the rising German Bundesliga Club Union Berlin, starting from the 90s.
In an interview with The Game magazine, Bagu Blanco, the 2022 Premios Panenka award winner, discusses his career path from the early 80s with film photography to digitization, as well as his worries about the future changes of the industry.
In a visual storyline, IMAGO looked at every FIFA Women's World Cup played since the first tournament was held in 1991; by highlighting how far women had come in the field in such a short period and drawing attention to women's soccer via their great effort.