The space that football inhabits in the world is huge. The area around football pitches and stadiums gives you information about the club, area and commercial success of the club.

A permanent fixture in the lives of many, the walk to the stadium holds anticipation, joy, disappointment and frustration. It also holds friendships that have been created and exist within the vicinity of the stadium, the cafe or the pub, rarely spilling outside the confines of football. Friendships based on seat location, never knowing the name of your space-mate for 90 minutes. The streets are the containers of songs, ideas and shared culture; yet it is always a street like others in the city, changed only by the energy that permeates it and the little breadcrumbs left for those who can crack the code.

This series looks to examine space, place and identity around the area of football stadiums and pitches.