Thrown into crisis by irresponsible ownership, Wigan Athletic and Charlton Athletic fans are reaching across the divide to protect each other's communities.
In 1990, the predominantly Labour council in Greenwich rejected planning permission for Charlton’s home ground to be rebuilt. This led to the formation of The Valley Party, who launched a spectacular fightback.
In entirely subjective fashion, we have selected the best club crests in English football and attempted to explain what they mean.
While one might assume that the pub is still the primary social hub for football fans, there are in fact vast online communities based on outmoded internet forums. For many, they are where the last vestiges of true football fandom reside.
Ron Noades was a mainstay of London's football scene for 30 years, buying, selling and progressing upwards like it was a game of Monopoly – though he never managed to get his hotels on Mayfair.
In an unprecedented and radical move, several Charlton fans have started up a podcast exposing their club’s controversial owner. We spoke to them about the task at hand.
On Saturday afternoon, fans of Charlton and Coventry came together to demonstrate against their clubs’ disastrous ownership. These are our reflections on the day.
If you want to understand the appalling cost of bad ownership in football, then look no further.
A club promoted to the Premier League via the play-offs is usually hot favourite to go straight back down. But does it always pan out this way? We delved into the history books for a clearer answer.
With Charlton Athletic in disarray both on and off the pitch, their normally mild-mannered fanbase has had enough. The relationship between supporters and owner Roland Duchâtelet is at an all time low. So how have things got this bad?
The cleanup must've taken a good long minute.
What happens when a man comes into close proximity with a majestic, noble animal at a football match? He tries to chin it, obviously