The new England away shirt will be unveiled at Wembley tonight as Fabio Capello’s players go back to the future in their quest for World Cup glory.
The new shirt, which will be worn in the friendly against Egypt, sees Umbro continue the tailored, retro-looking theme set by the iconic new home kit released last year.
A special mention for the Football Foundation today, who have hit the mammoth 20,000 mark in the number of free kits they have provided to football teams across England.
Arsenal and England ace Theo Walcott made the milestone presentation of Nike football strips and equipment to St Thomas More Catholic School’s under 14 girls team in Wood Green, North London.
Roy Keane? Vinnie Jones? Eric Cantona?
The debate over football’s biggest bad boy has filled many a post-match conversation in pubs up and down the UK… but now there’s a new contender to the throne!
Hawick United’s Paul Cooper, nicknamed ‘Santa’, has put the exploits of all of these notorious players in the shade by receiving six red cards… in one match!
The Club Website facilities tour hits London and the South East this month in search of more of this country’s worst football facilities.
With stops in the Midlands and the North the tour has been a successful one so far, and now we felt it was time to find out what was happening in the south of the country. We’ve already seen and heard of a few terrible changing rooms in and around the London area but we’re looking to find out more, so we need you involved!
Most footballers believe that a captain must have the respect of the dressing room for their actions off the pitch, a Club Website poll can reveal.
As the FA announced that John Terry has been dropped as England captain, a Club Website poll of over 3,500 users revealed that 78 percent would choose to strip a player of their captaincy if they lost the respect of the dressing room for non-footballing matters.