Eight by Eight
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Eight by Eight is an award-winning, boldly designed large-format magazine born and raised in New York City. We focus on the game’s best teams, coaches, and players, and their stories, from the bubbling potential of America’s burgeoning programs to the storied traditions of Europe’s greatest clubs. It is our ambition to tell these stories through excellent journalism; aggressive, modern design; and the best illustration and photography. Our readers are smart and inquisitive, seeking a better understanding of the game’s unseen narratives and delighting in its complexities. We believe that the same drama that captivates imaginations from the pitch should flow through our pages. So, what’s with our name? The goalposts are silent witnesses to the most dramatic moments in the game. They stand 8 feet high by 8 yards long—Eight by Eight. Eight by Eight is the magazine the beautiful game deserves.
Our 11th Issue features an exclusive photo shoot with Neymar Jr. who graces our first photographic cover and many other notable stories including: • The Man Who Will Be King: Neymar is rested and ready for his next challenge … being the best player in the world. By Corley Miller & Roger Neve • Footloose: After some shaky years and bouncy fields, the NWSL is ready to flourish, thanks to strong management and stars like Alex Morgan. By Matt Pentz • Big Game Hunter: Though he has almost disappeared from football, Roberto Baggio remains one of the greatest players Italy has ever produced. By James Horncastle & Chris Buzelli • The Magnificent Seven: Suddenly we are faced with a rich crop of incredibly talented young players who are threatening the jobs of incumbents playing on the world’s top teams. • The Last Days of Eric Cantona: He didn’t play by conventional rules, and he remained a profoundly irresistible figure even when his brilliant career began to wind down. By Eoin O'Callaghan & Joe Morse • Gloves Off: How Bill Hamid punched his way back to the U.S. National Team. By Andrew Helms & Spencer Heyfron • The Economist: Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger is obsessively thrifty, but his fundamental principles go deeper than the numbers. By Eoin O'Callaghan & Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo