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Meet Athletic Club’s Eunate Arraiza, the most special one female pro footballer

Meet Athletic Club’s Eunate Arraiza, the most special one female pro footballer

Eunate Arraiza is an Athletic Club female pro footballer who features UEFA’s Equal Game campaign as the most important European football governor reflects on a special story every month, being Eunate’s turn. We may define her -and we do- as the most special one female pro football player in Spain as she is the only deaf female footballer who takes part in a pro competition such as ‘Liga Iberdrola’ She was diagnosed with a hearing impairment at just two years old and Eunate has to push harder than any other female player in the top competition to fulfil her dream...

Athletic Club Foundation ‘Thinking Football Film Festival’ ends with the film Kaiser

Athletic Club Foundation ‘Thinking Football Film Festival’ ends with the film Kaiser

The Thiking Football Film Festival is a football film festival organised by the Athletic Club Foundation that has been closed up after screening the film ‘Kaiser’ by director Louis Myles, who has participated in a cineforum afterwards together with Rob Smyth, the author of the book on which the film is based. The documentary narrates the story of the best player in the history of football… who was not a player. The Brazilian Carlos Henrique Raposo Kaiser got to be part of the squads of some of the best teams in the country (Botafogo, Flamento, Fluminese, Vasco de Gama…), thanks...

Football clubs that own other clubs

Football clubs that own other clubs

Multi-club ownership, or MCO’s as they are known within the game, are becoming increasingly common in the world of football. We’ve gone with the suggested title of football clubs that own other clubs, but obviously it is often a single person, family or organisation that owns multiple clubs, and in those instances we have just led with the dominant club. Here are our 7 football clubs that own other clubs Watford > Udinese Giampaolo Pozzo is the owner of Serie A outfit Udinese, whilst his son Gino owns Premier League side Watford. By that logic, you may suggest Udinese were...

English cities with more than one football club

English cities with more than one football club

LONDON If it’s multiple football clubs you’re after on your visit to any particular city then there’s no question that London takes the biscuit. The capital of the United Kingdom boasts not one, not two, not even three of four stadiums. Instead there are a grand total of fourteen different grounds where football is played within the borders of London itself, presuming you’re only willing to go down as far as League Two. Go down further than that and you’re looking at a number closer to the forty mark. In alphabetical order, starting with the clubs in the Premier League,...