From Three Lions to You’ll Never Walk Alone, some songs have become unique expressions of love that fans have for the game and their teams.
Those who booed the England team for their anti-racist demonstrations are part of a long tradition of silencing protest in sport
The BBC apologised for broadcasting images of Christian Eriksen's collapse, but were they just giving the public what it wants?
How much longer can we allow unhealthy products to be associated with 'sport mega-events' like Euro 2020?
Much of the money that pays for the competition is spent to build global brands.
The images projected to fans of the sport have always been intentional. Here's what they do to keep people onside.
Chelsea and Manchester City have similar goals on and off the pitch.
To tackle the racial stereotyping rife within football commentary, robust education – and uncomfortable conversation – is critical
We used probability to find out what collecting all 678 stickers might cost you.
A new study explores the how the celebrity and status of professional footballers in the "Big Five" European leagues can affect both performance and pay.
A women's European Super League was an afterthought, evidence of the sport's increasing swallowing up the men's game.
The failure of the ESL does not represent a victory of fans over commerce, or of culture over capitalism. It is the very existence of fans that cements football’s commercial nature.
What at first appeared as a horror story for supporters could turn out to have a happy ending.
The British prime minister has vowed to drop a 'legislative bomb' on the new proposals.
From the emergence of Premier League to Cricket's newer formats, the history of professional sport is full of breakups.
More competitive games between top soccer clubs is desirable but creating a 'closed' system would harm a soccer culture built on dreams, says the man who predicted the Super League two decades ago.
Everyone seems united against the new proposals, but can they really be stopped?
Crowd size matters. When football games had thousands of fans in attendance, COVID-19 case numbers tended to spike within three weeks.
Pressure from the crowd causes referees to make different decisions.
Discussions have rightly focused on the failings of authorities and clubs. But the role of the law should also be examined.