England are about to take on the USA in the World Cup, and Ryan O’Hara may be a lone American voice in one of England’s most passionate footballing cities. But the University of Sunderland student is a voice of defiance that is backed by 330 million back home, and its message is that England are […]
England’s World Cup squad have landed in Qatar. Yesterday Gareth Southgate and his 26-man squad landed in Doha, capital of Qatar, ahead of this years Fifa World Cup. The #ThreeLions have arrived in Doha! 🛬 pic.twitter.com/ML5yqmdug6 — England (@England) November 15, 2022 Fans across the region are preparing for glory after England’s performance in […]
With the start of World Cup being just two weeks away, Spark set about the streets of Sunderland to gauge the local opinion on the tournament. The controversial Qatar World Cup is on the horizon with many being opposed to the idea of the competition being held there due to the poor human rights records […]
Ashington AFC will be hoping to have created yet more FA Cup magic come 5pm on Saturday evening as they travel to Stocksbridge Park Steels in their Third Qualifying Round tie, with the Northumberland side looking to progress to the Fourth Qualifying Round of the tournament for the first time in over ten years. Ashington’s […]
The London Non-League Club You Didn’t Know About Founded By Geordies 100 years ago; have just been promoted to Step Three for the first time in their history! Hanwell Town Football Club defeated Chertsey Town 2-3 at Alwyn’s Lane in Surrey 11 days ago in a thrilling encounter. The Geordies looked to have secured the […]
Following Sunderland’s 2-1 aggregate victory over Sheffield Wednesday, the club booked a trip to Wembley to play Wycombe in the League One Playoff Final to hopefully book themselves a place in the Championship next season. Football is at the heart of the city of Sunderland and at times can really dictate the mood around the […]
Bishop Auckland Girls FC has been a club that girls can join to play football for ten years. The current Under 14’s team went to a tournament at Flamingo Land last weekend. They played seven games and only conceded one goal the entire tournament. They came out as winners by the end of it.
“The Fans Museum really is a hub for the community,” says Andy Parkin, the facilities manager for the organisation. He added: “From Nick Sharkey’s match ball to the Darren Bent beach ball,” there’s something there for everyone to “reminisce” about. Comparing it to the great teams across the world, Michael Ganley, the founder and director […]