Football Book Club

Football Book Club

Forget the latest bestsellers or Booker Prize winners! Our book club gets stuck into the true classics of the literary world - footballers' autobiographies.


Gary and Phil Neville's 'For Club And Country'
56 Minuten
This week the book club read 'For Club and Country' by both Gary AND Phil Neville. A diary of the 1997/98 season, it's a tale of domestic struggles, international adventures and Gary getting his barn converted. Plus fawning over Becks, Henning Berg i...
Neil Redfearn's 'There's Only One Neil Redfearn' (ft. Ivo Graham)
56 Minuten
This week we're joined by star of Mock The Week and Live At The Apollo, comedian Ivo Graham, who is incredibly eager to read Neil Redfearn's 2006 book 'There's Only One Neil Redfearn'.Featuring the Barnsley legend's frozen turkey debacle, whether or...
Mesut Özil's 'Gunning for Greatness'
48 Minuten
Now that he's finally left Arsenal, what better time for Football Book Club to read Mesut Ozil's 2017 book 'Gunning For Greatness'? Chronicling his career from Germany to Madrid to North London, the book club ask each other the timely questions "Was...
Chris Kamara's 'Mr Unbelievable'
49 Minuten
Football Book Club is back for a brand new series! To kick things off, we're reading legendary pundit Chris Kamara's 2010 book 'Mr Unbelievable', which features Kammy on jazz, mascots and rocking chairs, the Soccer Saturday team taking over Japan and...
ANNOUNCEMENT - Brand New Series Incoming!
7 Minuten
Welcome back to a big Football Book Club announcement! We are returning with a brand new series of brilliant and baffling footballers' autobiographies. Listen to Series 3 starting February 22nd where our first episode will be 'Mr Unbelievable' by the...

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Like your books a little less Dickens, a little more Dickov? Football Book Club gets stuck into the true classics of the literary world - footballers’ autobiographies. As recommended by BBC Five Live, The Athletic and named one of Esquire's best podcasts of 2020. Described as “pretty funny” by Darren Huckerby.

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