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Fleetwood to Leicester to Arsenal – Are you the next Jamie Vardy?

June 7, 2016

The World’s 1st Manager-less Football Club uses fan power to uncover the next Jamie Vardy. United London FC, the only club that gives football fans the power to vote on a real starting eleven, begins its search for the next Jamie Vardy in London on the 18th June. We are looking for around 500 footballers […] […]

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Local League Footballers live the Wembley Dream In FA Finals

December 17, 2013

 London, the midlands and the south took the honours as over 300 local league players from across England experienced the unique joy of playing at Wembley Stadium as the FA opened it’s doors to amateur players for the national finals of a year-long five-a-side competition on Saturday. (December 14th) 46 men’s and women’s teams qualified to […]

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Marceltipool – A club with a difference

March 29, 2009

Onwards and upwards

Many moons ago when flicking through copy of the free Sport newspaper I stumbled upon a piece on a website that acted as a classifieds directory for football teams searching for players and vice versa. With the best of intentions (specifically: offering myself as a lazy inside-left with a shot outcome sequence of goal kick, […]

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Respect – New campaign featuring Ray Winstone

March 17, 2009

Respect is The FA’s programme to address unacceptable behavior in football – on and off the pitch.

On average, 7,000 referees quit football every year at because of the abuse they receive from players and from the sidelines. Lots of children also pack it in because of the a […]

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Sunday League – Great goals

February 26, 2009

What have these goals got in common? David Bentleys volley, Deco’s over head kick, Van Persie’s right footer against Liverpool. They are all truly great goals, which we will no doubt seen another 100 times before the season is over. But what about us? The real people, we play football too you know. So we […] […]

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