Juve took their sixth Scudetto in a row, Atalanta were the shining light from the chasing pack and, at the bottom, Crotone pulled off a shock escape

A weekend of big matches at Wembley included plenty of choreographed displays but no place for supporter originality. In WSC 342, August 2015 Jon Spurling explained why


This weekend Celtic and Aberdeen meet in the Scottish Cup final. In an extract from his next book, The Quiet Fan, Ian Plenderleith recalls the 1984 final, a hangover and a right-wing Celtic fan

The tie pitches two former Bundesliga champions against each other for a place in the top flight, with public support firmly behind the underdogs

Many early FA Cup triumphs are footnotes of a bygone age but, as Tom Green explained in WSC 236, Blackburn Olympic’s 1883 win was a turning point for the game

Strasbourg, Amiens, Troyes, Lens, Brest and Nîmes are separated by just three points in France’s second division, leaving all the play for


A driveway in Yorkshire will always mean something special to Dave Cohen and his chamois leather, as he explained in WSC 140, October 1998

The staginess of finals – sit behind the goal, wear your colours and hold up your part of the mosaic like good scenery should – is trickling downwards


If you let your children support a different, better team you will only spoil their heritage, warned Damon Green in WSC 298, December 2011


With a drop to the National League looming and no chairman, the only silver lining for the club are currently Hartlepool United Supporters Trust