Exorcising Ghosts in the Premier League's Nostalgia Machine

Are Man United and Arsenal finally ready to escape the shadows of the recent past?


Cast as Title Underdogs, Chelsea Look More Dangerous than Ever

Liverpool and City seem the consensus-pick, yet neither have played as well as Sarri’s men in their most heightened and excited state.


How Social Media Has Become a Tool of Psychological Warfare During the Transfer Window

With Diego Costa flaunting an Atletico Madrid shirt on Instagram this week, it’s clear that social media has become another medium for transfer mind games. So how effective is it?


The Cult: John Terry

It’s hard to think of many footballers who are loved by so few and loathed by so many, but John Terry thoroughly deserves his supporters and his detractors. Adore or abhor him, Terry is unquestionably Cult.


Scenes Of Elation On The Streets of North London After Arsenal’s FA Cup Triumph

On Saturday, Arsenal only went and beat Chelsea to win the FA Cup for a record 13th time. We were on the streets of North London, taking pictures of the resultant carnage.


Who's Having a Better 2017 – Chelsea Manning or Chelsea FC?

The two Chelseas are having a banging year – but whose is more banginger?


The Neutral’s Guide to Falling In Love With… Chelsea

In the latest instalment of our Neutral's Guide series, we head for West London to ask Chelsea fans what it means to be a Blue in 2017.


A Celebration of Football's Greatest Copycat Clubs

​Originality is overrated. These are some of football's most famous copycat clubs from across the globe.


The Neutral’s Guide To Falling In Love With… Queens Park Rangers

Forming one corner of West London’s footballing quadrangle, QPR are urban underdogs by nature. We went to Loftus Road to hear more about the club from those who know it best.


We Asked VICE Staff About Their Worst Experiences at the Football

A selection of embittered VICE staff relive some absolutely shite days out at football grounds.


Exploring Jose Mourinho’s Special Relationship With The League Cup

While other managers tend to neglect England’s third most prestigious domestic competition, the Special One respects its prosaic power. What’s more, it usually serves him well in return.


A Romantic Date at Cafe Football, Gary Neville’s Football-Themed Restaurant

I treated my boyfriend to a full three-course meal on Valentine’s Day at Cafe Football, surrounded by single men wearing headphones and pizza-chewing children in West Ham shirts.