We just enjoyed one of the most entertaining World Cups of all time. As always, it meant something a little different to each of us—and Howler 15 wraps its arms around the various ways it sucked us all in.
Also in the issue:
An excerpt from Gwendolyn Oxenham’s remarkable book, Under the Lights and In the Dark, on Cameroon’s favorite female footballer.
A thorough consideration of the various meanings of the shirts we wear (and love).
Plus: A story about when most of the soccer on American TV was “Made in Germany.”
What's it like loving 1860 Bayern's city? We'll tell you.
An essay on India's attempt to prepare itself to qualify for future World Cups.Read about the American that went to the World Cup. It was called Cascadia, and it was the ConIFA version.
And more. A lot more.
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