Voices in Football is a web based football fanzine that is dedicated to Football Fan and Terrace Culture around the world. This site originated in 2008 as a blog and showcases a gallery of original images, match reports and featured articles all of which focus on football around the world. The aim is to give a platform to words and photography that see football through the eyes of football fans and people interested in football fan culture.

In 2013 we visited Italy, Portugal, France, Switzerland, Spain and the Balkans watching football. Featured events included the Bundesliga, Serie A, Serie B, the Rome Derby and Champions League qualifiers.

2014 is sure to be another exciting year for voicesinfootball.com with new writing partnerships and trips to Eastern Europe, Canada and Russia planned. A number of our articles and images will also appear in other football magazines and online. The editor is currently researching and writing his first book 'ELEVEN11' which will be published at a later date.  

Social media surrounding the website has now also being progressed and developed with the addition of Flickr, Pinterest and Google+. Two new features 'Famous 50' and 'Stadiums' have also been added. The youtube.com link portal is also being upgraded and modernised as is the video content.

Visitors should note that this is a professional website run on a 'not for profit' basis. All contributions and editorial work comes from volunteers who put hours of spare time into creating content. Voicesinfootball.com is for people interested in football fan and football culture.  

Both current and historical themes as well as ideas surrounding this topic are explored. This website will always aim to be free from political, gender or racial bias in any article, match report, photo or feature published.


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Hibs v Aberdeen

Hibs v Aberdeen

Tuesday, 08 April 2014

Easter Road was once famous for its downward slope. The slope had meant that the north end of the pitch was some 6ft lower than...

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Karlsruhe SC v Erzgebirge Aue

Karlsruhe SC v Erzgebirge Aue

Sunday, 30 March 2014

It is said that the city of Karlsruhe was a model for the US capital Washington DC.  The reason being that both cities have a...

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Hertha Berlin v Bayern Munich

Hertha Berlin v Bayern Munich

Sunday, 30 March 2014

A few weeks previous to this game saw Uli Hoeness the long term President of Bayern found guilty of tax evasion in a Bavarian court...

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VfB Stuttgart v SV Hamburg

VfB Stuttgart v SV Hamburg

Sunday, 30 March 2014

Back in 1983 Felix Magath scored the goal against Juventus that made Hamburger SV the champions of Europe. As the spectacular goal flashed in past Dino...

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King Carol II and the 1930 World Cup

King Carol II and the 1930 World Cup

Thursday, 17 April 2014

Thanks to the royal line of his father and mother, King Carol II of Romania was amongst the numerous great grandchildren of Queen Victoria.  An Orthodox rather than protestant by birth,...

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Flying Teacups - One afternoon in Pitești

Flying Teacups - One afternoon in Piteșt…

Thursday, 17 April 2014

Late autumn 1981 and the rigours of a Scottish winter approached.  In the single charts Adam and the Ants catchy‘Prince Charming’ was dominating the radio airwaves. Meanwhile, Sting and The...

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Berlin: Friedrich Ludwig Jahn Sportpark

Berlin: Friedrich Ludwig Jahn Sportpark

Friday, 04 April 2014

Friedrich Ludwig Jahn was born in Brandenburg in 1778.  To his admirers he was known as 'Turnvater Jahn' - the father of mass participation Prussian gymnastics. For others his thoughts and...

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Salgueiros - Modern Football was Here

Salgueiros - Modern Football was Here

Sunday, 05 January 2014

The city of Porto has long been known for its global exports; like the region's choice of drinks both FC Porto and Boavista have graced the fine dining tables of...

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Arsenal - Then and Now

Arsenal - Then and Now

Wednesday, 13 November 2013

It was Tommy Benfield of Leicester who scored the first ever goal at Highbury Stadium. But the first Arsenal player to score had been a Geordie by the name of George...

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Spartak Moscow

Spartak Moscow

Спартак Москва - FC Spartak Moscow The most titled Russian football club (the Ukainian side Dynamo Kiev have won more USSR titles) Spartak Moscow remain amongst the heavyweights of Russian football. Having won 12 Soviet championships and numerous Russian championships after the end of the cold war, Spartak are the number one and most popular club from Moscow. But whereas Zenit St Petersburg and CSKA Moscow have performed better and tasted UEFA club tournament success (Europa League - UEFA Cup), Spartak can merely point to appearances in the semi-finals of the foremost European competitions. Historically in Soviet times, Spartak was a part of the 'Spartak' sports society....


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