Taken by Sergey Novikov as part of the Goal Click global photography project

Ural60024 October ~ A new global photography project, Goal Click, is aiming to get one person in every nation to take pictures with a disposable camera that symbolise football in their country. The latest instalment of the project comes from Sergey Novikov in Russia, who travelled to seven towns in the Ural Mountains. In an interview with Futbolgrad, Novikov talked about his images of Russia’s amateur clubs and their relationship with Russia’s social life, industry and the economic crisis in the area. You can read the full interview and view more images on Futbolgrad here.

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