It started in October 1994 after a match in the relatively new Premier League. Mark Perryman and myself, friends and activists in the recently defunct British Communist Party, were in the habit of reciprocating hospitality after each of the fixtures … Continue reading
This Sunday, 7 September 2014, sees the return of 3sided football, originally conceived by artist Asger Jorn and now taking firm hold in the London scene. This year, however, things are stepping up a notch with the launch of the … Continue reading
After twenty years, Philosophy Football FC has put aside its 11-a-side playing commitments – although it may sporadically return for special events, even the odd cup-tie – in order to focus on the burgeoning 3sided phenomenon, which our club has … Continue reading
A report by Philosophy Football goalkeeper Kadeem Simmonds appears in today’s Morning Star. You can read it here. There will be more words and photos from this fantastic event to follow – keep checking in!
3sided football, the brainchild of the Danish Situationist Asger Jorn, has grown rapidly over the last couple of years, with tournaments in matches as far apart as Colombia, Spain, Turkey, Lithuania and the United Kingdom. In Spain, Philosophy Football played … Continue reading
This weekend’s Philosophy Football tour to Istanbul, the club’s twentieth, was an extraordinary success and I can honestly say it was one of the most momentous events in the 18-year history of the club. We were invited to participate in … Continue reading
Press Release Three-sided football, invented by the Danish situationist philosopher Asger Jorn, comes to London on Saturday May 4 in the biggest tournament of its kind in the UK. Co-hosted by the Deptford Three Sided League, which organises a regular … Continue reading
Welcome to our new blog. This will be the best way to keep up with Philosophy Football FC’s news, as well as our writing, cultural and political activities. Please take a moment to subscribe to the blog so that you’re … Continue reading