If you like your football culture then I suggest this might just be the gallery for you. A suitcase stuffed full of photographic goodies arrived from our German friend Przemek Niciejewski today documenting his travels to the playing fields and beaches of Cyprus, Wembley with Sheffield United, KFC Uerdingen 05, Liverpool, an away day to FC Nürnberg with his boyhood heroes Borussia Mönchengladbach, SW Essen & FC Union Berlin.
As we leave the World Cup summer behind, once again we find ourselves staring at another season and while I journey through England and Europe from the non league terraces to North London derbies and European super stadiums, my instinct to document my surroundings, for me, is as natural as my instinct to breathe.
The pictures that you see presented before you are the result of ten years of Arsenal away matches and are part of an ongoing series of photos.
Railway stations were the cathedrals of the twentieth century and football stadiums will be the cathedrals of the twenty first. I hope you like the pictures.... Arsenal forever....
Want more? Be sure to check out Andy's 'Photography Is Dead' website.
Absolutely delighted to welcome the new season in with IBWM's house photographer and talented man, David Bauckham who kicked off his 2014/15 campaign with a trip to Farnham Town's Memorial Ground for the visit of Epsom & Ewell in the Combined Counties League Premier Division.
Snubbing any notion of stepping foot inside shiny polished stadiums or indeed a place on the sofa watching the world's best footballers on television this week is Serbia's Sasa Grujic. You'll find Sasa on any given Saturday in his homeland at one or other of their 'atmospheric' football grounds, and he couldn't be happier for it.
Sasa is on Twitter here.
Lifelong Kaiserslautern fan Floyd Heubel started taking photos at games on a regular basis three years ago, first with his camera phone and more recently with a compact camera. Heubel watches most of his football in and around Southwest Germany with the occasional trip abroad.
Forget what Brazilian newspapers say about hooliganism.
In amongst all the cats and dogs on Instagram there's some very decent football photography, not least that of today's IBWM gallery contributor, Lukasz.
Aside from Lukasz's wonderful collection other IBWM-endorsed football-related Instagram accounts include: Stuart Tree, Kristelynx, Conor McNamara, Danny Last, George Caulkin, Popular STAND, The Ball is Round, AiTinpot, Adam Lloyd, Unitedite, Kullberger & Dubcasual.
Fell free to add yours in the comments below.
It's have camera will travel as far as Przemek Niciejewski is concerned. Where to? Ajax, Apoel Nicosia, Braunschweig, Borussia Dortmund, Exeter City, Borussia Monchengladbach, Manchester City, Torquay, Wattenscheid 09 & AFC Wimbledon since you ask.
Consider us knocked straight over the boundary ropes for six here at IBWM. Caio Vilela is the man responsible; he's been travelling around Brasil capturing spontaneous matches of football through his lens the results of which can be seen by clicking here on Vilela's truly magnificent IBWM gallery.
There's more joy to be had on his website, Futebol-Arte.
To celebrate Conference Premier champions Luton Town being back in the Football League here's a timely reminder of what fans flocking to Kenilworth Road in League Two next season can expect.
'Turf Moor is in name and appearance a down-to-earth venue, a compromise between the demands of the new generation and the traditions of the old' Simon Inglis, The Football Grounds of England and Wales (1985)
It's always nice to introduce a new talent to these pages; stepping up to the oche today is Daniel Kendall. "I started taking my camera to games simply because I became aware of how quickly the game was moving forwards, becoming more shiny and slick," said Kendall, who proudly possesses a misspent youth following The Clarets up and down the country. "I'm at my happiest in little grounds on rainy days, in grim northern mill towns with proper floodlights."
Time once more to get out the drum marked 'David Bauckham photography genius' and give it a good bang. Our intrepid snapper found himself in the glorious surroundings of Cambridge United's Abbey Stadium for their Conference Premier match against Dartford.
Kamp Seedorf is a group of street artists from Almere and Amsterdam. They're responsible for different types of street art, but one of the main inspirations is football, moreover Clarence Seedorf who is from their same hometown of Almere. Besides Seedorf they also make pieces from players and supporters of Ajax - their team in Holland - as well as other footballing heroes of theirs; Zlatan, Valderrama and a player very close to the hearts of those of us residing in this parish, yes, him.
Hard graft, an exceptional talent and the ability to know what ALL the buttons do on his camera have made Stuart Tree one of the most respected football photographers on the circuit.
Welcome to your new favourite football ground. Maldegem is a small Belgian town in which the local amateur club plays at a pitch near to the old Sobemai factory. The boss of that factory bought some train wagons, years ago, which he'd planned to turn into some form of amusement park. Those plans never quite materialised but the wagons are still there, besides the football ground - one of the most bizarre and wonderful in Belgium.
Want to hop over to Belgium for football? Jurgen's website will provide ample inspiration.
The combination of David Bauckham and the atmospheric surroundings of Aldershot Town's Recreation Ground was always going to be a match made in heaven, and so it proved.
Bauckham's back catalogue is a thing of real beauty. See it all on his Flickr page.
'This is our love' is a project which started out as a commission to photographers Stuart Manley and Shaun Mallen of SM2 Studio for Wolverhampton Wanderers focusing on the club's fans which became a tale of consecutive relegations.
Rewind to Saturday 26 April 1986 on a sunny spring afternoon where the curtain was about to come down on 100 years of history at the 4000 capacity Granleigh Road home to Leytonstone & Ilford FC. The club subsequently merged with Walthamstow Avenue to form Redbridge Forest, which in turn merged with Dagenham FC in 1992 to form Dagenham & Redbridge FC. All four merged clubs had proud histories as amateur clubs but all had to face the reality of dwindling attendances.
You can follow Roger Estop on Twitter.
Rewind two years amongst the hype and hoopla surrounding Santos FC's 100 years of existence, fan and photographer Fernando De Santis began to embark on a project to photograph 100 of their fans - 100 Santistas - he found interesting enough to put on film.