FourFourTwo was launched in 1994 on the back of a World Cup that England hadn’t even qualified for. It was an act of madness… but it somehow worked out.
Now FourFourTwo is the world’s biggest football magazine, published in multiple markets worldwide, with a digital portfolio that includes an iPad and iPhone magazine app – and this, our website.
Our mission is to offer our intelligent, international audience access to the game’s biggest names, insightful analysis... and a bit of a giggle. We unashamedly love this game and we hope that our coverage reflects that.
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Where is FourFourTwo based?
The FourFourTwo office is based in London, and works with writers all over the globe to bring you the best stories from the world of football.
How often is FourFourTwo magazine?
There are 13 issues of FourFourTwo magazine a year, and the website has new content every day.
Who is the editor of FourFourTwo magazine?
James Andrew is the editor of FourFourTwo, overseeing both print and digital.
Meet the team
James Andrew is the editor of FourFourTwo, overseeing both the magazine and website. James is an NCTJ qualified journalist and began his career as a news reporter in regional newspapers in 2006 before moving into sport a year later. In 2011 he started a six year stint on the sports desk at the Daily Mail and MailOnline. He was appointed editor of FourFourTwo in December 2019. Across his career James has interviewed the likes of Franco Baresi, Sir Alex Ferguson, David Beckham and Michael Owen. James has been a Fulham season ticket holder since the mid-1990s and enjoys watching them home and away, through promotion and relegation.
Ketch joined FourFourTwo as Deputy Editor in 2022 having wracked up appearances at Reach PLC as a Northern Football Editor and BBC Match of the Day magazine as their Digital Editor and Senior Writer. During that time he has interviewed the likes of Harry Kane, Sergio Aguero, Gareth Southgate and attended World Cup and Champions League finals. He co-hosts a '90s football podcast called ‘Searching For Shineys’, is a Newcastle United season ticket holder and has an expensive passion for collecting classic football shirts.
Anth Moore is the Group Art Director of FourFourTwo. When this native Geordie and Ex-Wallsend Boys Club Player is not winning design awards he is scoring goals (consistent Monday night dads' game golden boot winner). Loves Newcastle United. Hates Sunderland. Still hopes to be signed by NUFC.
Gregg Davies is the Chief Sub Editor of FourFourTwo magazine, joining the team in January 2008 and spending seven years working on the website. He supports non-league behemoths Hereford and commentates on Bulls matches for Radio Hereford FC. His passions include chocolate hobnobs and attempting to shoehorn Ronnie Radford into any office conversation.
Chris joined FourFourTwo in 2015 and has reported from 20 countries, in places as varied as Jerusalem and the Arctic Circle. He's interviewed Pele, Zlatan and Santa Claus (it's a long story), as well as covering Euro 2020 and the Clasico. He previously spent 10 years as a newspaper journalist, and completed the 92 in 2017.
Adam published his first article for FourFourTwo in 2015, but didn’t publish his second until seven years later in 2022. In the time between he plied his trade as both a writer and presenter on YouTube, earning the dubious distinction of being “The James Milner of WhatCulture”, as he was capable of playing any role, or just because it felt like he’d been around forever, depends on who you ask. And yes, that is him from the Football Manager documentary and, no, he doesn’t want to talk about it.
Ed McCambridge is a staff writer at FourFourTwo, working across the magazine and website. A German speaker, he’s been working as a football reporter in Berlin since 2015, predominantly covering the Bundesliga and Germany's national team. Favourite FFT features include an exclusive interview with Jude Bellingham following the youngster’s move to Borussia Dortmund in 2020, a history of the Berlin Derby since the fall of the Wall and a celebration of Kevin Keegan’s playing career.
Mark White has been at FourFourTwo since January 2020, writing pieces for both online and the magazine. A keen pub quiz entrant, Mark has been to the FA Cup and League Cup finals for FFT and has written pieces for the mag ranging on subjects from Bobby Robson's season at Barcelona to Robinho's career. Career highlights include interviewing lifelong hero Robert Pires and witnessing a Puskas winner in the flesh while working for FFT.
Ryan is a staff writer for FourFourTwo, joining the team full-time in October 2022. He first joined Future in December 2020, working across FourFourTwo, Golf Monthly, Rugby World and Advnture's websites, before eventually earning himself a position with FourFourTwo permanently. After graduating from Cardiff University with a degree in Journalism and Communications, Ryan earned a NCTJ qualification to further develop as a writer while a Trainee News Writer at Future.
Why trust us
FourFourTwo has over 25 years of experience as one of the world's leading football media brands. From in-depth interviews with the biggest names in the game, to longform features shining a light on the sport's most incredible stories and our unparalleled annual season previews, FFT has become a staple of the football landscape.
But both our content and our values have always been driven by the fact that we are first-and-foremost football fans. We know that following football is an increasingly expensive pastime – from tickets, to merchandise, to TV subscriptions – so when we recommend a product, we really mean it.
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We always aim to provide unbiased editorial created by our journalists and writers. We also need to pay our teams and website costs so we make money in a number of ways. We sometimes use affiliate links to products and services on retailer sites for which we can receive compensation if you click on those links or make purchases through them. From time to time we also publish advertorials (paid-for editorial content) and sponsored content on the site. When this is the case the content is clearly marked as sponsored or promoted, so you’ll always know which content is editorial and which is not. Future PLC is our parent company and has an in-depth terms and conditions page with a lot more information that you can read right here.
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