Three ways to (safely) get FourFourTwo magazine right now – with special offers
The world is already a very different place to one week ago, though it feels like months since we last saw football on our telly screens.
But in that time, we've come to realise that it is indeed most important of the unimportant things; emphasis here on the latter part of that sentence, rather than the former. But it’s also clear that football still matters, providing a sense of normality to so many supporters. Hopefully, the game we all love will return strongly once we're through to the other side.
In the meantime, we're still fit and firing at FFT Towers to bring you some of our game's best stories in your housebound times of need.
Our next issue is released into the wild on April 1, but before that you can catch up on our young players special which celebrates the 50 young gems who are likely to own the next decade. We've got exclusive interviews with Marcus Rashford, Erling Haaland, Gabriel Martinelli, Vinicius Junior, Reece and Lauren James, Ruben Neves – and lots more inside.
In the meantime, here's how to get your mitts on FourFourTwo responsibly...
1. Print subscription: 5 issues for £5
The best way to guarantee you'll get FFT direct to your door with our cracking introductory offer. (Then, £17.52 every quarter, for 13 issues per year). For more details, head HERE.
2. Digital subscription: 5 issues for £5
No need to rely on the postman for this, one: and you'll only pay £8 every quarter after that (working out at less than £2.50 per mag). A true bargain. For more details, head HERE.
3. Single issues with FREE delivery
You can get access to the FFT archive going back to October 2019. There may be no Euro 2020 this year, but our evergreen Euro 96 issue from January is highly recommended. We guarantee you'll find things out about that tournament you never knew – and get to enjoy our joint-interview with Barry Davies and John Motson, plus features on Fantasy Football League, Gazza and more. Find them HERE.
... and it's as simple as that.