Podcast
The new film Freedom Fields, Football and post revolution Libya.
Face2Face | Nazeha Arebi talks to Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new film Freedom Fields, Libya, the politics of religion, inspiration, gender disparity, joy, fear and stepping outside of the norm.
Podcast
Maya Zinshtein on football, racism, religion, and hate.
Face2Face | Maya and I talk about her important new film "Forever Pure," racism, religion and hate, Israel, the cost of remaining silent, and politics as sport.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup attracted millions of viewers worldwide. But now that it's over, women athletes will once again disappear from our screens.
Podcast
GroundWire | This episode is produced by CKUT in Montreal, featuring stories about a Palestine solidarity rally in Montreal, Grassy Narrows land rights, and celebrating 28 years of campus community radio.
Activist Toolkit
| THE SPIRIT OF FOOTBALL IS MEANT TO BE UNITY AND FAIR PAY - TELL ADIDAS TO GO ALL IN FOR A LIVING WAGE!
Blog
Kickin' It promotional poster
Amira Elghawaby | This documentary about the power of sport for change follows athletes from seven countries around the globe. The year is 2006. The sporting event is the Homeless World Cup.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Canadian soccer bodies are phasing in a program to eliminate scorekeeping and standings for under-12 leagues. The spontaneous outrage combusted on schedule.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | The widespread surprise and alarm over Barack Obama's recently revealed "kill list" for suspected terrorists, including U.S. citizens and innocent bystanders, is a case of misplaced shock.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | In soccer, the contemporary player who most refuses to be regulated is Mario Balotelli. Nicknamed "Super Mario," Balotelli is one of the first black players to represent Italy.
News
Hondurans protest after the 2009 coup d'etat. (Photo: http://mycornerofthesandbox.blogspot.ca/)
Tyler Shipley | Never let them tell you it's 'just a game.' Much is on the line tonight in Toronto, as the Canadian and Honduran national soccer teams play their World Cup Qualifying match.
Blog
Michael Stewart | The European football championship will kick off today when co-hosts Poland entertain Greece. Unfortunately, the topic on everyone's lips isn't soccer: it's racism.
News
Dave Zirin | There are no words for the horror that took place in Port Said, Egypt. A soccer match became a killing field, with at least 74 spectators dead, and as many as 1,000 injured.