Issue 1 North of Sweden

(5 customer reviews)

Explore the football stories from the northern part of Sweden.

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Issue 1 North of Sweden

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Description

The first issue of Football is Everywhere covers the story of the northern region of Sweden and its football heroes. We visit the oldest coach in Sweden that manages to run a club despite only 20 people actually living in the town. We cover the story of Umeå IK that once a upon time was the biggest club in women’s football. We visit Kiruna, a town that’s moving, with an incredible football club. These stories, and many more, you’ll read about in issue 1.

Words and pictures by Pato Jerzak & Michael Smolski.
Designed by Dinkit/Made by Berry.

Shipping since November. Due to the release of the Faroe Islands issue, delays in order handling can occur.

Additional information

Weight 0.320 kg

5 reviews for Issue 1 North of Sweden

  1. Tyler Frings

    I can’t recommend this magazine enough to football fans, groundhoppers and anyone interested in international sport. I felt it brought me closer to grasping the football scene and overall life of fans and athletes in Sweden. From mining towns on the literal move to tiny towns with sub 1,000 population in the far north, this magazine made me feel like I could arrive in Sweden and know the football scene. I’m glad a publication finally gave the women’s side a voice and a story and it made me feel like there wasn’t a single element missed when covering the teams, grounds and towns these clubs represent. I can’t recommend this magazine enough, these stories are raw and in-depth in an era where football is floundering for real content ftbliseverywhere is a breath of fresh air!

  2. Oliver Dreßler

    Football is neither just played on Wednesday nights in Europe’s Champions League arenas nor every four years when the best male footballers gather for the World Cup. Football isn’t big money, football isn’t an exclusive club, football isn’t glamour. Football is played all around the globe, at any given time. Played by anyone, at any surface, 5 v 5 or 11 v 11. It unites people. Football is natural. And ftbliseverywhere manages to capture this essence of our sport so damn well. By going back to the roots that made football once great and still keep its universe in balance to this day – Super League coming or not. Football is and will always be the people who love the game and give it their everything every day. The magazine tells the stories of these people. Stories, that barely make the spotlight in today’s football hysteria. Choreographed with amazing photography and a pleasing design, these stories really come to life right in front of you. All that makes a great first issue of ftbliseverywhere. I can’t wait for number two.

  3. Aline Christen

    Football – For people like me, this word means everything in life. Pato and Michael have managed to show the importance of football for some people in this world in an amazing magazine. Exciting stories, provide an impression of life with and around football in a variety of circumstances and environments. They show their attention to detail by traveling to the different places where they combine great stories with incredible images. All together: a great masterpiece and the start of something big! I’m so excited for the second issue and more beautiful posters that all tell their own story.

  4. Ville (verified owner)

    Thanx for this amazing magazine!

  5. Matty

    Obsessed with F.I.E, it’s beautiful & insightful, nothing more relaxing than sitting down to read any of the issues, sometimes don’t even read, just look at the photographs taken. High quality printing that shows they care & sits proudly on my bookshelf. Keep up the great work & please do a Scotland issue one day!

    Matty aka @scotchnscarves on insta

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