Depicting themes of personal history paralleled with resounding echoes of the history of South Africa and its apartheid, Lebohang Kganye, from Johannesburg, is awarded the winner of the Foam Paul Huf Award.
Each of the following collections was created on film, capturing real fans, clubs, places and cultures. Our friends at Goal Click feature some of their international photo-stories from fans perspectives, giving us a glimpse into their teams, communities and fan culture.
IMAGO Creative. Ever evolving their creative prowess and innovation, PantherMedia are leading the way in the emerging dichotomy between technology and creativity.
British photographer Martin Salter is preserving his memories and a nation’s past through quirky, personal and beautifully compositional photographs. Stating that it is about “getting that balance between loose and impactful” he tells us why poignance is found in photographing real people in candid places; distilling daily life, people and culture.
Football fans will have waited 364 days for Euro 2020 to kick off on June 11. Andy Murray wonders why international tournaments offer something different after a domestic season to forget.
Long distance runner and New York-based photographer, Paulsta talks to us about his craft and why photographing athletes allows for unique representations established in the sense of realness photography provides.
Plans for a breakaway super league stimulated a fan uprising and rocked European football last month. As fans, politicians and players alike united in outrage, the world was reminded of the position of the football fan and the undeniable culture that encompasses the game. Sam Hudspith looks back on a week of unease for football’s richest clubs.
Specializing in versatility, Austrian photographer Wolf Silveri tells of some of the recent projects he has been working on and why visualizing environmental issues has fast become his focus.
433, one of the biggest Instagram account in the world, has published its first book. From starting out as a twitter account to today’s number one sports community, the team takes us through their journey, sharing their insight along the way.
It took Jose Mourinho little more than a fortnight to find a new job after his unceremonious Tottenham sacking six days before the Carabao Cup final. Stuck in a cycle of ever-diminishing returns, the Portuguese boss is in danger of ruining his legacy.