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Our picks for your World Cup reading

Our picks for your World Cup reading

In honor of the 2018 World Cup, we're highlighting two upcoming titles by world-class sports journalists that bring a love of the beautiful game to the page. GOING TO THE MATCH, by Duncan Hamilton, and THE CLUB, by Joshua Robinson and Jonathan Clegg, both bring fascinating new perspectives to the world of professional soccer. 

Wall Street Journal writers Joshua Robinson and Jonathan Clegg's THE CLUB: HOW THE ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE BECAME THE WILDEST, RICHEST, MOST DISRUPTIVE FORCE IN SPORTS (December 2018) examines the big business of a twenty-first century entertainment empireDeeply researched and drawing on 100 exclusive interviews including key decision makers at every major English team, The Club is a definitive, wildly entertaining, go-big-or-go-home narrative of how the Premier League took over the world.
Available for pre-order here.

Why does soccer matter so much, and to so many different people? Why has the sport become so ingrained in people's lives? In GOING TO THE MATCH (September 2018), award-winning sports journalist Duncan Hamilton unpacks the reasons why soccer will always be more than just a game. Part memoir, part polemic, Hamilton surveys the changing landscape of soccer throughout history and shows that soccer fans have never had it better than they do today. 
Available for pre-order here.

In the mean time, we're also re-reading our favorites from two-time winner of the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award Duncan Hamilton's finest work on the sport:

 THE LINE BECOMES THE RIVER, BAD BLOOD, and Three Other Titles make Amazon's List of Best Books of the Year so Far

THE LINE BECOMES THE RIVER, BAD BLOOD, and Three Other Titles make Amazon's List of Best Books of the Year so Far

John Carreyrou's BAD BLOOD is "Riveting" and "Masterfully Reported"

John Carreyrou's BAD BLOOD is "Riveting" and "Masterfully Reported"