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Investing in football memorabilia: The value of football programmes and how to grab a bargain

It’s no secret that there was once a craze around football memorabilia, but an interest seems to be reigniting. But, many fans now aren’t sure of what to look for and how much an item they already own in storage could be worth. For football programmes in particular, we look at which editions have sold for the most money and offer you advice on how … Continue reading Investing in football memorabilia: The value of football programmes and how to grab a bargain

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Who has the ‘greenest’ football stadium

With the 2018 World Cup well underway and full of surprises, a UK energy company decided to take a slightly different look at the beautiful game – examining which stadiums have the biggest and smallest environmental impact. Clubs and countries around the globe have being doing their part to cut their energy usage, reduce their carbon footprint and act more responsibly. The infographic below from … Continue reading Who has the ‘greenest’ football stadium

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Fun Casino Hire For Your Big Birthday Celebration

When you mention the word ‘casino’ to somebody it’s probably not uncommon for their first thought to be of the strip and flashing lights of Las Vegas…  And this can be a very costly trip for an awful lot of people if they’re on a budget.  If the idea of holding your own Las Vegas casino style event sounds like the sort of thing that … Continue reading Fun Casino Hire For Your Big Birthday Celebration

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6 Record Breaking Sportswomen You’ve Never Heard Of

Talented sportswomen have been knocking on the glass ceiling for many years, and are now finally starting to get the recognition they deserve and be rightly placed in the same league as the boys. We take a look at some inspiring women from years gone by, who have accomplished some incredible athletic feats. 1. Muriel Thompson The turn of the last century gave birth to … Continue reading 6 Record Breaking Sportswomen You’ve Never Heard Of

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Your essential guide to the Cheltenham Festival 2018

For both avid and new racegoers, nothing compares to the Cheltenham Festival for colour, interest and excitement. It is widely considered to be the highlight of the jump season. And, the 2018 event – being held 13th-16th March at the stunning Cheltenham racecourse at Prestbury Park – has all the ingredients of being a runaway success. So it’s no surprise that tickets in some categories … Continue reading Your essential guide to the Cheltenham Festival 2018

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How to Bet on Super Rugby League – Australia

Super Rugby came to life in 1996 with rugby teams from cities other than those in the east formed league. After the success of the 1995 World Cup, the boards of Australia, New Zealand and South Africa created the Super 12, a tournament that confronted the best of each country’s home clubs. In 2006 Super 12 became Super 14, with the addition on 2 more … Continue reading How to Bet on Super Rugby League – Australia

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Who’s the best James Bond?

Six actors have portrayed 007 since his film debut back in 1962, but which one did it best? With Daniel Craig recently confirming that he will be playing the secret agent once again, we think now is a great time to share this infographic that attempts to answer the question once and for all – using statistics & data! We can’t give you a definitive … Continue reading Who’s the best James Bond?

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A Brief History of Breakdancing

It’s been around 40 years since terms like “brakdancing”, “breaking” and “b-boy” moved out of the Bronx and started to enter into the mainstream consciousness. A new short documentary goes back to where breakdancing culture all began, taking a look at the origins of breaking, its significance in the communities that helped create it, its gradual acceptance into popular culture, and its relevance in the … Continue reading A Brief History of Breakdancing