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> Issue 37 of Soccer History Magazine is now available to buy, either as a download or in print version.

The contents include articles on Jimmy Hill and the Coventry City all-seater experiment; The United Soccer Association competition of 1967 (Part 2); Trips for the Troops: visits by British club sides to occupied Germany in 1945-46; Jimmy Logan: Football’s strangest fatality; The impact of World War One on soccer in south Wales; The day Charlton Athletic defeated the full national team of France; The first Women’s FA Cup, the Mitre Trophy, 1970-71; John Tagg and the National Football Agency; Using the 1939 Registers to trace footballers; Plus a comprehensive obituaries section, book reviews & listings and more.

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SOCCER HISTORY MAGAZINE - WELCOME

welcome to soccer historySoccer History Magazine is a journal 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 obituaries.

The magazine is available by subscription by post for printed issues throughout the World, you can also download digital PDF versions, order back issues using the subscription form and view an example articles PDF for free.

We seek to promote research into all areas of the history of the game. We are just as interested in the story of important matches and individuals as in the social, cultural and economic aspects of soccer.

The content focuses on the professional game in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, although we also feature articles on amateur football and on the history of the game in other countries. The articles are mostly based on new and original research, and cover a full chronological range from the 1860s, when soccer was first codified, through to the 1980s.

Soccer History first appeared in 2002 and since then it has earned a reputation for quality writing and ground-breaking research.

 

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WHAT’S IN THE LATEST ISSUE

Issue 37 of Soccer History Magazine is now available to buy, either as a download or in print version. The contents include articles on Jimmy Hill and the Coventry City all-seater experiment; The United Soccer Association competition of 1967 (Part 2); Trips for the Troops: visits by British club sides to occupied Germany in 1945-46; Jimmy Logan: Football’s strangest fatality; The impact of World War One on soccer in south Wales; The day Charlton Athletic defeated the full national team of France; The first Women’s FA Cup, the Mitre Trophy, 1970-71; John Tagg and the National Football Agency; Using the 1939 Registers to trace footballers; Plus a comprehensive obituaries section, book reviews & listings and more.

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SAMPLE ARTICLES FROM SOCCER HISTORY

As a taster we offer some sample articles from past issues of Soccer History Magazine. These cover a range of the sort of articles you might find in a typical issue of the magazine, ranging from social and cultural history (community singing, World Cup Willie and the evolution of the mascot) through to major events such as the opening of the original Wembley Stadium in 1923 and the migration of British players to France in the 1930s.

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DETAILS OF BACK ISSUES

Soccer History was first produced in 2002. All previous issues of the magazine are available either as downloads or in print form. To see what’s inside each issue go to ‘Download Issues’ and scroll down to find the Contents Page for each issue.

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WORLD WAR ONE ROLL OF HONOUR

Many footballers, professional and amateur, internationals and parks players, made the ultimate sacrifice during World War One. At least three players – Donald Bell, Bernard Vann and Willie Angus – won the Victoria Cross. Here we present a roll of honour of well known footballers, past and present, who died on military service during the Great War.

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