Soccer Star was for many years the most popular British weekly magazine devoted to the association game, and ran from 1952 until 1970. So ‘soccer’ is a word that derives from the elite classes of Oxford University students in the last quarter of the nineteenth century.
Soccer History Magazine is a quarterly magazine devoted to the history of the world’s greatest game. A typical issue has 56 pages, containing 6 articles, plus book listings and reviews and recent obituaries. The content focuses on the professional game in England,Ireland, Scotland and Wales, although we also feature articles on non-League football and on the history of the game in other countries.
Soccer History isn’t just a page here on Facebook, as we have a website (www.soccer-history.co.uk), and a Twitter account (@soccerarchive). Our main activity is the 56-page magazine we produce, which is available in print form or as a digital download.
Issue 32 of Soccer History is now back from the printers and is in the process of being distributed to subscribers. The first article offers Part Two of the News Chronicle’s analysis of the state of the English game in the 1959-60. The News Chronicle was a London daily newspaper whose staff at the time […]
Issue 25 of Soccer History is now available. Contents include articles on the South African tour of 1899-1900 (the ‘Kaffirs’), England’s defeat by USA in the 1950 World Cup, Scottish North-Eastern League 1941-42 (includes appearances and goals for each club), Football in Northern Ireland in World War 2, Further notes on I’m forever blowing bubbles, Works’ football in the East ...
“Surely, soccer’s the American word for football”, is a view commonly expressed by many followers of the game. But, as we shall see, it is a British English word with a history almost as old as that of ‘association football’, from which it derives.
BackPass - bi-monthly football magazine about soccer 20 years ago. Shekicks - Women's soccer magazine. Onze Mondial - French soccer. Soccer Italia - yep, Italian soccer information. Kick Off - This one is an African football magazine. Total Soccer - free online soccer magazine. Football 365 - Believe it or not, another UK based magazine.
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DETROIT WHEELS1994 – 1996. The Detroit Wheels soccer team was a member of the U.S. International Soccer League. The team’s captain was Steve Burns, who later became the head soccer coach at the University of Michigan for more than a decade. The team played for only two seasons and was replaced in the league by the Detroit Dynamite in 1996.
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