• 13 May 2010

    Manchester United tops a new 'Football Secrecy League' published this week by international development agency Christian Aid to highlight the harmful secrecy of tax havens.

  • 29 Apr 2010

    South African religious leaders have expressed strong support for the national football team 42 days before the kick-off of the World Cup tournament on 11 June.

  • 26 Mar 2010

    A coalition of grass roots organisations is supporting a unique five-day youth football tournament to promote positive social education about HIV prevention and treatment.

  • 8 Mar 2010

    The official charity of England's football players have today (8 March) announced their support for the Deloitte Street Child World Cup competition.

  • 8 Feb 2010

    It was sad to hear that the Football Association has cancelled this week's launch of its long awaited anti-homophobia video, saying it needs to review its strategy on tackling anti-gay prejudice and how the video fits into its overall campaign.

  • 20 Jan 2010

    The Angolan authorities have been warned against a crackdown on human rights activists after several were detained in the Cabinda region in the wake of the 8 January 2010 attack on the Togolese national football team.

  • 9 Jan 2010

    Neither the government of Yemen nor outside forces have much influence on how it runs, says Giles Fraser. But strangely, football can prove the Esperanto that builds common ground.

  • 16 Dec 2009

    The Anglican Bishop of Liverpool has been appointed as the head of a panel to oversee the release of files on the 1989 Hillsborough football disaster, in which 96 Liverpool fans were crushed to death and many more injured.

  • 12 Aug 2009

    We know there are a few people around who like to put the boot into Ekklesia (particularly in the more right wing press and media) but here's a golden opportunity to give Ekklesia's staff a good kicki

  • 24 Jul 2009

    If watching football is a waste of time with redeeming moments, much the same could be said about prayer, says Simon Barrow. In a world over-attached to achievement, we lose sight of the fact that what is really 'worth it' is often not conventionally 'productive'.