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The beautiful game,
beautifully documented.

 

Issue 1: The man with the bobble

Jens Martin Knudsen is a man who knows what it takes to become a cult hero. The 49-year-old Faroese national has been an international gymnastics champion and also represented his country at handball. However, it was Jens' heroics on the football pitch that saw him become the talk of the football world and gain his iconic status. 

Photo essay: A new era for Canadian soccer

For the first time in MLS history, two Canadian soccer teams took to the pitch to battle it out for the Major Soccer League Eastern Conference Championship. Is this the defining moment that will see Canadian soccer rise on the footballing world map? Glory were there to capture this historic moment through the lens of Cody McCullough.

Issue 2: F.C. Diaspora

War tore Kosovo apart. Now, football is going some way towards knitting her together again. While there are a vocal few who would prefer a united Albania team to a separate Kosovar national side, for the most part the team that fought back to earn a point in its first ever competitive match has become symbolic of a region building for an exciting future.

Argyle Union: Passion and Politics from League 2

A new project making waves in the UK. Combining art, design, politics and football, we spoke to the anonymous founder behind the project Argyle Union to discover their aims and aspirations.

What does it take to wear the captain's armband?

We speak to some of Glory's contributing football writers on their ultimate football captain and the attributes that make them a leader on the pitch. Have your say too!

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Shakhtar Donetsk: a giant in exile

When photographer Andrew Zwarych attended Shakhtar’s home tie against Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk in August, it wasn’t in the home side’s Donbass Arena. Instead, the game took place 600 miles away, in Lviv.


Limited Edition Glory prints