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We are delighted you are taking your time to review all possible options for you to join our team and help us improve the content of our website.


We are not here to fool you so we want to immediately make it clear that all positions here at are unpaid, voluntary roles ideally suited to upcoming football journalists who want to gain experience in the field and build their own portfolio of published work.

In fact, as soon as you publish your first thirty articles, you will have your own Author page on our website in the format of:, listing your last thirty published articles.

It will also be possible - on our side - to provide an RSS feed with not just your last thirty articles but all your published articles so as to make them available in your portfolio/curriculum vitae.

Team Structure

The structure of our website can easily be split in three:

- News and Analysis
- Blogs
- Guest Blogs

News and Analysis

Writers in the news and analysis section of are continuously publishing manager and player interviews, transfer rumours as well as injury updates on each and every featured team.

If you want to join this section of our website, please understand that we expect your articles to be published on a daily basis although in the end you may coordinate with the corresponding team manager to properly understand the way forward.

One area where writers are currently needed is match previews and match reports, where you will clearly only be expected to write a preview before the match and a complete report after the match. This can be done for one or more teams.

If interested, please click here for a set of frequently asked questions and instructions on how to apply.


You can have your own blog on the platform, with your unique home page, unique content and unique RSS feed.

Although usually linked to a particular team, we allow the possibility of having a blog about English Football, a single player or multiple teams.

You may also apply to open a blog about one of our non-featured teams such as Barcelona or Bayern Munich or one of the many non-featured players like Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi.

If interested, please click here for a set of frequently asked questions and instructions on how to apply.

Guest Blogs

If you believe running your own blog is too demanding and/or time-consuming and you simply want to publish a blog every three months or so, we would still be happy to accommodate your needs as on our platform we give Guest Bloggers a chance to have their voices heard without any commitments.

If interested, please click here for a set of frequently asked questions and instructions on how to apply.

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