Your dream of becoming a writer starts today
Becoming a Sports Journalist and breaking into the publishing world is extremely difficult these days, especially with a recognised publisher. Presumably you are here because you think you have what it takes but have found it difficult to get that breakthrough. What we are offering is the platform from which to advance your career and gain a name among our 6 million+ user base. You will gain experience in writing for the modern reader and get to use leading industry tools.
Build a following within the UK's largest independent football network
You are passionate about football and are able to channel that passion into your writing, that's why you are here. Our writers cover broad and narrow aspects of the game and are always refining their work to be as engaging and relevant to the networks community. Our dedicated team of contributors are expected to:
Ideally we are looking for active writers who have previous training or experience in Sports Journalism and are also savvy with social media such as Facebook and Twitter. More importantly we need people willing to take on board new ideas and develop their writing skill in this increasingly digital and social industry.
Be part of the team
By writing for us you become part of the Digital Sports Group team.
We have established ourselves as the largest independent sports network in the UK with football.co.uk, Footymad and Sport.co.uk. More than being a network we are all fans that want everyone of our team to be successful and part of the football conversation. Why not now sign up and give it a go, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Note - Applicants must read Football.co.uk's editorial guidelines before applying to become a writer, these guidelines can be found here.
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