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Football is a team game. So is Life Article by Leila Talmadge, Trustee of Daytrippers “Football is an honest game. It's true to life. It's a game about sharing. Football is a team game. So is life.” --Joe Namath On
Kent and Flemish Schools remember WW1 Christmas Truces through football. Students from Pent Valley Technology College in Folkestone and Thamesview School in Gravesend were joined by Middle School and Provincial Technical Institute from Ypres in Belgium, they played football matches
The NCFA recently spoke with Coach Dave Williams of Premier Skills Academy in Hatfield about a timely initiative to support children in developing a love for the game. A seasoned coach of over 20 years Dave has found himself on
The Global Peace Games features schools from Belgium, England and Germany. Hosted by the Peace Village, Messines, Belgium, the week long EU funded event, 16th September, 2014, is inspired by the Christmas Truces. The NCFA will be supporting four schools
Interview with Mark Burke author of, 'A Different Kind of Soccer Book' from a refreshingly different kind of professional soccer player. So, Mark, tell us about yourself! For those of us that are not so mature, Who are you? MB.
“Football and Peace“ by Thorven Lucht, Coordinator for School Football, Humboldt Gymnasium, Bad Pyrmont, Germany. For the last ten years I have been in charge of school football at our school, the Humboldt-Gymnasium Bad Pyrmont. This has led to our
[caption id="attachment_2697" align="aligncenter" width="280"] Ernie Brennan (left) meets Prime Minister David Cameron at number 10 Downing Street's Centenary Reception[/caption] Interview by Paul Cooper (PC) with Ernie Brennan (EB) PC. So how did the invite come about? EB. The Football &
Watch one of this year's events and you decide whether football should be free?