A stunning image capturing the moment Naomi Osaka helped out a butterfly has won the third edition of World Sports Photography Awards.
With England & Germany in the Final of the Women’s EURO this weekend, Women’s football is set to showcase a decade of progress.
Behind the scenes of some of the top names in European women’s football with the latest series from Goal Click ahead of the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 final.
With many sporting events resuming after the pandemic, a busy summer season began & Malta photographer Domenic Aquilina was confronted with a busy schedule.
This country within a country has long been the breeding ground for Spain’s top stars, but so fiercely proud are the Basque Country’s two biggest club sides that they are unique in world football. The Game columnist Andy Murray explains how.
“The higher emotional and personal commitment the fan takes, the higher fan identification is held” – Old Trafford connoisseur Casper Heiselberg on his passion-project in sports media and Manchester United.
“I take every day as it comes; I just want to document African stories in the area of sports. I want to tell stories on the importance of sport or football to Africa.”
Last month, Jake Daniels became the first active professional footballer to come out as gay in UK football for three decades. The Game columnist Andy Murray asks why nobody before a 17-year-old forward for second-tier Blackpool with one senior appearance to his name felt able to be themselves…
“I was never one for arriving early to a match with a game plan, I preferred to rely on instinct.” – photographing World Cups with Mark Leech
The Game columnist Andy Murray is luxuriating in the best time of the football season. The League play-offs.
The 2022, and the third edition of the World Sport Photography Awards are now open for entries.
Drugs, drinking Chanel No5 and an axe-wielding Oliver Reed – how snooker tore up the rulebook to dominate sport and the music charts in the 1980s.
This year’s world championships started on April 16 and will conclude on May 2nd. The Game columnist Andy Murray looks back at the sport’s 1980s heyday when 18.5million people stayed up to watch the 1985 black-ball final.