Issue by Issue Subscription (Issue 17)

  • Issue by Issue Subscription (Issue 17)

Issue by Issue Subscription (Issue 17)



It’s Howler’s Women’s World Cup issue (amongst other things). In addition to compelling profiles of Julie Ertz and Christine Sinclair, we offer a preview of the French team and an expansive view of what to look for when WWC19 kicks off.

But there’s much, much more (that’s what we wrote on the cover anyway, and we like the cover very much).

• Silvio Berlusconi has a team again. What could possibly go wrong?
Daria Andreeva writes on  Il Cavaliere, A.C. Monza and life in Serie C.


Julien Llerena has a column again. It is, as always, fun to read.
Howler’s resident wit muses on why Zidane wore those pants, what Pirlo’s doing with a vacuum cleaner and Mario Balotelli phoning in his goal celebrations.


We also get Simone Pierotti’s interview with Landon Donovan (!) , Stephen Wood’s conversation with Benfica fan and Grammy winner Panda Bear; a compilation of compelling player-development hypotheses from coaches such as Tiffeny Milbrett and Amos Magee (and others); Jack Jewsbury on his favorite goal; and Jon Spurling on the entirely dignified English and American career of the late, and great Gordon Banks.

There’s more—in the Howler way: a lot more—but we’ll save that for future emails. We’d love to share it all with you. 


Aaron and Dennie

Howler, is a publication about soccer that New York Magazine called “brilliant” and “beautiful.” Each issue contains 100+ pages of original feature writing, beautiful art, and sharp design you won't see anywhere else. 9x12 inches. Subscriptions are on an issue to issue basis, which means each time we ship you a new issue of Howler you will auto-renew for the next issue for $20 until you cancel your subscription. Shipping is included in the price, and you can cancel at any time. Printed in the U.S.A. Cover Price: $20.