Take part in an international football photography project


Take part in an international football photography project

Goal Click aims to provide a person in every country with one analogue camera and one roll of film to take photos that symbolise football in their country.

What is Goal Click?


Goal Click is a unique photography project that features real photos from real football fans around the world. They will be photos that symbolise football in their country, with the best photos brought together in an exhibition. The ultimate ambition is to find one person from every country in the world to join Goal Click.

Each photographer will be provided with one analogue camera with one film roll of 27 shots.

Why create Goal Click?

The project will show football’s similarities and differences around the world.The issues, the passion and emotions it creates. The people that football unites, the divisions, the good it can bring in unstable and conflict-ridden parts of the world.

Goal Click aims to create a football community bringing together every single nation and territory around the world.

How will it work?

Goal Click photographers will make careful choices about what to take photos of, in an age where digital photography means people can take unlimited amounts of photographs.

The photographers will send their completed films and cameras back to us so we can develop and collate them with all the other photographs from around the world. When brought together the photos will show how the world is connected by the love of one game, regardless of age, gender, race, religion, location, wealth or class.

Who are we looking for?

Goal Click is looking for people who are passionate about football and can give an unusual or interesting insight into football in their country.They could be anyone. A professional photographer, a coach, a fan or a player.

So if you think you could be the Goal Click representative of your nation or territory, tell us why you should be given a camera!


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Monday, June 2, 2014 - 23:00