Print copies of issue 38 of Soccer History Magazine will be available very shortly and you can now pre-order your copy.
To do so go to the 'Subscribe to Soccer History' section of our website and on the 'Select Subscription' dropdown menu select 'Latest issue' according to your geographical location; in the 'Any Comments' section please enter 'Issue 38 required' and make your payment as usual. Print magazines will be available towards the end of next week.
The contents focus on the 1966 World Cup finals with articles on the impact and significance of the tournament, a German perspective from Christoph Wagner, memories of the tournament from David Bull and how 1966 changed football on television. In addition there are features on Harry Walden, a successful 1912 Olympian (by Martin Jarred), the Cromwell Cup (by John M Brodie), the formation of Motherwell FC, Arthur Hobbs, the father of women’s football in England, and Belfast United plus more articles, reviews and obituaries.