You will find a photoshoot with Héctor Bellerín he talks about shaping his game somewhere between Barcelona and North London, not sleeping after a bad result, why fashion runs in the family, investing in tech, watching Ronaldinho, working with Steve Bould and Arsène Wenger and why he thinks young footballers should feel comfortable to express themselves off the pitch.
There is a trip to Brazil to watch the Grand Finale of Neymar’s Final 5, a wal around the ancient streets and dusty pitches of Palermo to look at the importance of the game amongst street kids and immigrants.
There is also a visit to West London to see how one non-league club came back from despair through community spirit.
There is also thirty-odd pages of nostalgia, fiction, tracksuits, weird things off the internet, and niche podcasts up front, along with a load of beautiful people in beautiful clothes knocking about at the end of the mag.
Mundial Magazine touts itself as a 'really good football magazine' and we can't really argue with that. With a focus on the beautiful game both home and away, it takes us from the Sunday leagues to the superstars and does so with wit and flair that's hard to match.