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Euro 2022: why women’s football remains dominated by the men’s game

Christina Philippou, University of Portsmouth Just over a hundred years ago, women in England were effectively banned from playing...

FIFA’s suspension of Russia is a rarity – but one that...

Stefan Szymanski, University of Michigan The decision by FIFA on Feb. 28, 2022, to suspend Russia from international competition...

What The Conversation talks about when it talks about football: 3...

Matt Williams, The Conversation The Super Bowl is all about wings. Well, it’s about wings and commercials. OK, OK,...

Online abuse in sport: why athletes are targeted and how they...

Wasim Ahmed, University of Stirling and Jenny Meggs, Lancaster University For some sports stars, a certain level of adulation...

Mayweather-McGregor fight pits boxing against UFC in a battle of the...

Robert O'Neill, University of Huddersfield Las Vegas is soon to host one of the most lucrative boxing matches of all time. Dubbed “The Money Fight”...

Should we blame Chelsea’s forwards for Mourinho’s departure?

Johan Rewilak, University of Huddersfield After Chelsea clocked up their ninth defeat of the season against Leicester, their manager José Mourinho’s departure was all but...

Let’s face it: gender bias in academia is for real

Cynthia Leifer, Cornell University; Hadas Kress-Gazit, Cornell University; Kim Weeden, Cornell University; Marjolein C H van der Meulen, Cornell University; Paulette Clancy, Cornell University,...

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The roar of the crowd – how fans create electric atmospheres

Tim Hill, University of Bath; Giana M. Eckhardt, King's College London, and Robin Canniford, The University of Melbourne Since...