Almost a year has passed since the last Soccerbible hit our shelves, and it has returned with a new look and fresh and youthful feel. Good news really, as the talent inside (Phil Foden, Ethan Ampadu, Timothy Weah, Angelo Gomes and Matteo Guendouzi) are all pretty fresh and youthful themselves. It's always been about more than just the players though, and issue 12 brings us urban music in the shape of Deno Driz and MC Jaykae and the host of Chicken Shop Date, Amelia Dimz.
The tagline for this quarterly football magazine is 'The new soccer culture' and we couldn't really argue. This is soccer writ large, encompassing all aspects of cultural life, including fashion, film, art, design and, of course, footie. SoccerBible is over 200 pages of lovingly produced print about the beautiful game, and we can only say amen to that.
Neil Bedford's photography project which captures the tattoos of the Bradford City faithful.