Get even more of The Square Ball Podcast, straight to your podcast player. Listen on your phone or desktop. Cancel at any time. Listen free for 30 days. The Extra Ball is a new podcast from The Square Ball. By subscribing you'll be helping to support the TSB Podcast team as we aim to do even more in the future. You'll be able to listen to The Extra Ball in a compatible podcast app using your TSB username and password, so it'll fit seamlessly into your pod-listening life, and there's a one month free trial. Thanks for listening, and thanks for subscribing! What Is It? The Extra Ball is a new weekly subscription podcast from The Square Ball. It's to go alongside the main podcast, with all the bits we couldn't fit into that, special features and you (if you send us questions)! How much is it? Your first month is free and after that it's £2.99 a month. You can pay us more if you think it's worth more - it's entirely up to you. The regular Square Ball Podcast will always be free. Why are you charging? We love doing The Square Ball Podcast and we'd like to do more of it, but time and money get in the way. We have ambitions to do even more, and by supporting us you'll give us the ability to do it! How do I listen? Once you've subscribed, it's a simple 3 step process: 1. In your compatible podcast player, add a new podcast. 2. Copy and paste the feed address (much like a web address). 3. Sign in with your TSB username and password. That's it! As long as your subscription remains active, it will function in your podcast player like any other show. Which podcast apps does it work with? Desktop: iTunes Desktop app for Windows and Mac. Or via The Square Ball website. iOS: Apple Podcasts; Overcast; Downcast; Pocket Casts. Android: Pocket Casts; Podcast Addict; Podcast Republic; BeyondPod; DoggCatcher. How do I manage my subscription? Simply head to the My Account section of The Square Ball website to manage, amend or cancel your subscription.
A digital subscription includes unlimited access to all PDF editions of TSB from 2009 right up to the current issue - all for just the equivalent of just £1 a month! Simply log in to the website, head to the shop and all the digital magazines will be free - for as long as you have an active subscription. Since 2017/18, all articles in the magazine are available in a phone-friendly format on the website for subscribers. So, if you prefer digital to paper, you can still have the mag in your pocket. Please note: This is a subscription product that is charged annually and runs for 12 months from the date of purchase. It will attempt to collect a recurring payment of £12 from the card you used to pay on the same date each year, unless cancelled. You can manage your subscription, your payment method and renewal options in the My Account part of the website.
Subscribe now to receive all 8 printed copies of The Square Ball for the 2020/21 season. It's £30 per season and the price includes delivery. [accordion][accordion_item title="How does it work?"]This is a recurring subscription product that will take payment now for the 2019/20 season and will attempt to renew the subscription by taking payment from the same card for each following season on 1st July, unless you cancel the subscription. You can cancel your subscription at any time via the My Account button and we will take no further payments. Unfortunately, we can't issue refunds for subscriptions cancelled part-way through the season. As long as you're a paper subscriber you'll receive a free digital subscription (worth £12 a year) that gives you instant unlimited access to 80+ digital back issues from 2009 right up to the current issue. [/accordion_item][accordion_item title="Can you explain the price?"]Because this is a recurring subscription, the price is given in two parts: the 'sign up fee' and the 'subscription price'. The sign up fee is the fee for the 2019/20 season. The subscription price is then £30 per season thereafter. The language used is just a quirk of the software used in the online store You can manage your subscription via the My Account button[/accordion_item][accordion_item title="When will I get my magazines?" open=""]All new magazines are sent out by standard delivery around the matchday they first go on sale. This is usually on the Monday following a weekend game, but can occasionally be on the Friday ahead of the game, depending on print deadlines. If you want to read the latest issue of TSB but can't wait for your magazine to arrive, you can read the digital version while you wait. Simply click the Back Issues button and download instantly, or read articles in the subscriber-only section.[/accordion_item][accordion_item title="I'm not in the UK? Can I buy the magazine?"]You need either our Europe subscription or our worldwide subscription. We recommend a digital subscription for overseas readers.[/accordion_item][/accordion][x_prompt type="left" title="Choose a Digital Subscription Instead For Just £1 a Month!" message="Includes instant access to 80+ issues from 2009 right up to the current issue." button_text="Take Me There!" button_icon="arrow-right" href="/shop/digital-subscription-12-months/"]
The Square Ball 2019 Summer Special After Leeds United's best season in years, we've been hard at work recovering from the semi-final disappointment to make sure 2019's TSB Summer Special is our best summer special in, well, one year. What better way of celebrating the start of Leeds United's 100th year, that also happens to be TSB's 30th? At 180 pages, it's definitely bigger than last summer, and when it lands on your doormat with a thump, this is what you'll get: • Andrew Hughes talks to Moscowhite about becoming a Premier League coach, how Leeds will go up next season, and taking fat rascals from Betty's to Bielsa • Andy P introduces a season by season celebration of 30 years of The Square Ball, with artwork by some of our finest contributors • Features on the old school of Leeds United: Allan Clarke, Tony Dorigo, Jonny Howson, Jimmy Hasselbaink, Robbie Fowler and Robbie Keane • A throwback to 1960, and the influence of Real Madrid 7-3 Eintracht Frankfurt on LUFC — and nearly Bournemouth • Rob Conlon finds out who the donations to the Leeds Fans' Foodbank helped — and why more are needed • A look back at Leeds United Ladies' season with Emma Lee • 2018/19 in words, in our writers' player-by-player review of the season • Relive the anticipation, glory and pain of matchday in Lee Brown's photographs • More pages (180!). Bigger pages. Apparently the word is 'bookazine' but it's good whatever it is The Summer Special is now sold out, but you can still buy the digital edition here.
To help you and the kids, or just you, get through the football shutdown and the coronavirus lockdown, here's a free downloadable version of the TSB Colouring Book we sold last summer to raise money for the Leeds Cares Children's Hospital charity. Updated with some new illustrations, behind the cover are 23 pictures of Leeds players past and present drawn by TSB's brilliant artists, that you can print onto A4 sheets and colour in to your heart's content; and when you've coloured them all in, you can print them again and do it all again. It's a pdf and it's absolutely free, you just need to add it to your cart and go through the checkout to get the download link. If you do want to pay a bit for it, we recommend a donation to the Leeds Fans' Foodbank here.
30 years ago, the season The Square Ball began, Leeds United won promotion. 20 years ago, in 1999/00, Leeds qualified for the Champions League. And it's now 10 years since 2009/10, when we left League One behind after three lost years, making Alex Ferguson's nose just a bit redder on the way. The Square Ball Winter Special is a celebration of our last promotion team, a perfect read to get you ready for the run-in to crowning our next one. Unless the run is anything like it was in 2010, in which case, buckle up. This 148 page magazine has a spine, top quality paper, and loads of great articles and artwork by TSB's brilliant contributors. Inside you'll find:
- Oral histories of January 3rd at Old Trafford and May 8th at Elland Road, featuring contributions from Simon Grayson, Richard Naylor, Andrew Hughes, Michael Doyle, Casper Ankergren, Glynn Snodin, Phil Hay, Adam Pope, Paul Dews and Joe Urquhart
- Rob Conlon talks to Simon Grayson about where his side could and should have gone next
- Features on the unsung heroes of League One: Naylor, Kisnorbo, Bromby
- And players destined for greater things: Gradel, Snodgrass, Delph, Freedman
- Not forgetting Tresor Kandol, in a category all his own
- We remember Tranmere 2007, Histon 2009, and Ken Bates all the time
- And look back through the archives at pages from that season's TSB and photos that won't quite make you wish you were there again, but almost
- Plus plenty more we can't fit in this description and could only just fit in this massive magazine
The Square Ball 2018 Summer Special | Out Now To fill the gap until next season, here's something to read while waiting for Pontus to come off the bench at the World Cup — but not you, Yosuke. Summer Specials were a regular thing for The Square Ball back when Leeds were good, so we thought we'd bring them back and hope it sparks an LUFC revival. Nothing else has worked, so why not this? This is what a fiver gets you: • Brian Deane talks to Moscowhite about coming good at Leeds: "I wasn't going out on my back" • Andy P looks back at Eric Cantona's impact, or lack of, depending • Millennium Bug: when O'Learys Babies went to Maine Road and claimed the century • Features on John Sheridan, Jack Charlton, Nigel Martyn, Max Gradel, Trevor Cherry and Alfie Haaland • 2017/18 in words: every player, manager and set-piece coach reviewd • 2017/18 in pictures: as photographed by Lee Brown • More pages (132!). Bigger pages. It's a proper mag with a spine and everything These are in stock now, so order yours before Sweden get knocked out.