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Football Travel by Outside Write

Travel the world of football with us. We discuss the best football travel experiences and destinations, plus football history and culture with writers and bloggers. Supported by football travel, history and culture blog, OutsideWrite.co.uk
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Now displaying: May, 2020
May 25, 2020

The world's oldest international rivalry outside of the UK and Ireland is 7,000 miles (11,000 km) away down in the River Plate - Argentina v Uruguay.

We invited Argentinian football historian, Esteban Bekerman, onto the podcast to discuss the rivalry between Argentina and Uruguay, and its legacy in promoting football across South America.

May 18, 2020

Our guest is Buenos Aires-based journalist, Santiago Bauzá.

Santi gives us the local's guide to the best groundhopping experiences, rivalries and fan cultures in the Argentine capital.

Starting with the Boca-River 'Superclásico', we also look at the best matchday experiences at Independiente, Racing Club, San Lorenzo, Huracán, Estudiantes de la Plata, and more...

May 11, 2020

We talk to Zach Bigalke, who's researched the 'Oriundi' - players of Italian descent born outside Italy who have played for the Italian national side, the Azzurri.

Who are they? Why do they matter? What do Italian-born players and fans think about them? We discuss all this and more in this fascinating interview.

May 4, 2020

We've got a double-header for you today - two shorter interviews combined.

1) We look at Parma's golden decade (1992-2002) with Parma-based football writer, Conor Clancy.

2) We uncover the tragic story of Brazilian side Chapecoense with Steven Bell, who's written a book about it.

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