What's your favourite Premier League game?

For my final year multimedia project I'm trying to crowdsource football fans and get them to submit their favourite Premier League game.

All you need to do to get involved is think of your favourite Premier League game, place it on the interactive map, select the teams, score and season from the dropdown menu and write a sentence or two about why it's your favourite game. It's as simple as that!

To submit your favourite game just click here.

The FA: ‘Supporting football since 1863’

Can you imagine losing a cup final and knowing you’re going to be stranded in an unfamiliar city for the night?

Well this could be a genuine reality for Manchester City or Wigan Athletic fans on May 11th, the date of this year’s FA Cup Final. This is all thanks to a decision made by the 150 year old Football Association, which genuinely claims to have been ‘supporting football since 1863’. Ha!

This week the FA announced that this year’s FA Cup Final will again kick-off at 5.15pm, just as the previous final between Chelsea and Liverpool the year before did.

The Gathering 2013 - Ireland's latest attempt to kick-start the economy

Having welcomed 2013 in a wet and windy Republic of Ireland, it was hard to avoid posters and radio adverts trying to highlight The Gathering. It all sounded pretty good and exciting from looking at the posters but it doesn’t take too long to realise that this is just a money spinner from the national government.

Euro 2012: Quarter Finals Preview

Now that the group stages are complete, it’s time for the serious stuff, the knockout rounds. Into the quarter finals are Czech Republic, England, France Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain. Most people suggest that Germany and Portugal should record easy victories over their Group A opponents, the result of many seeing Greece and the Czech Republic as the weakest sides left in the competition. Spain v France and England v Italy over the weekend are certainly expected to be much closer affairs, where the difference could be a piece of individual brilliance…


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