• The 2022 World Cup: Outrage And Hope

    Vivika Sahajpal Globally, the World Cup stands as a quadrennial chance for national pride and aspiration; a chance for recognition for each country and an event that has always had the ability to unite football fans across the divisions of their national leagues. Fans of rival teams come together...
  • England Out, Morocco Through, And Messi’s Dream Still Alive: World Cup Quarter Final Roundup

    Four teams are left, and England isn’t one of them. Only Argentina, Croatia, Morocco, and France remain. There’s been some incredible storylines so far in this World Cup... is there still time for a couple more to be written? First, though, Vinay Patel writes about the quarter-finals so you...
  • Advocating For LGBTQ+ Rights in Qatar: We Need to Change the Narrative

    Lorenzo Capito With millions expected to attend the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Qatari authorities have ramped up efforts to prepare for the global sporting event. However, recent reports have shown many arrests of Qatar’s LGBTQ+ nationals, with the most recent being just weeks before the sporting event is set...
  • Why The Alcohol Ban At The Qatar World Cup Matters

    In December 2010, amid allegations of corruption and bribery, Qatar was awarded the 2022 World Cup by FIFA. In the twelve years that followed, debate has been hot and heavy. Fans, pundits, and officials on both sides have celebrated and condemned the tournament’s hosts, with discussion about migrant worker...
  • Impact Sport Predicts The 2022 World Cup

    On the eve of the Qatar World Cup, we asked our Impact sportswriters and some friends for their World Cup predictions. From the GOAT winning the Golden Ball to shock exits, here are our incredibly valuable tournament insights. Hopefully they don’t look stupid by Christmas. ...
  • Should You Watch The Qatar World Cup? 

    Certainly controversial, allegedly corrupt, and seemingly amoral. The Qatar World Cup has highlighted the utterly broken state of football, the hypocrisy of the West, and the susceptibility of previously respected figures to shameless promotions. Daniel Evans shares his opinion of the horrors of Qatar’s World Cup, the dangerous stereotyping...
  • Six English Teams To Join Controversial New European Super League

    Josh Collins England’s ‘Big 6’ football teams announced in a statement that they intend to join the European Super League, a new club competition set to commence “as soon as possible.” Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea join Spanish sides Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico...