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LS Magazine

LS Magazine London Sport magazine (LS), the guide for active people, offers inspiration to those who want the most out of life in London. From fresh ideas such as playing Polo at Guards Polo Club and discovering the best City gyms, to more adventuresome weekend breaks (off-road driving in Iceland and kite-surfing in Morocco), LS inspires Londoners to make the most of their time outside the office.

Website: LS Magazine

My Free Sport

My Free Sport Sport Media & Strategies Limited is an independent multi-media publishing company based in London led by Francis Jaluzot (CEO) and Nadia Nardonnet (Managing Director). Greg Miall and Simon Caney are respectively Publishing Director and Editor-in-Chief.

Website: My Free Sport


AutoSport Autosport is the title of a weekly magazine covering motorsport, published in the United Kingdom every Thursday by Haymarket Publishing. It was first published in 1950 by Gregor Grant. It is often referred to as the 'Bible' of motorsport. As well as covering all significant worldwide motorsport events, Autosport also covers the UK national, club and historic racing scene in some depth, including a weekly column by Marcus Pye. Autosport also organizes the McLaren Autosport BRDC Young Driver Award for young British racing drivers.

Website: AutoSport

World Soccer

World Soccer World Soccer is an English language football magazine published by IPC Media. It specialises in the international football scene. It’s regular contributing writers include Brian Glanville. World Soccer is a member of the ESM, an umbrella group of similar magazines printed in other languages. Other members include A Bola, Don Balón, Kicker, La Gazzetta dello Sport and Sport Express.

Website: World Soccer


Shoot Shoot, or Shoot Monthly, is a monthly football (soccer) magazine published in the UK by IPC Media. The magazine began publication as a weekly in 1969 and was primarily targeted at teenage football fans. In an era before older fans had glossy monthly magazines such as Four Four Two targeted at them, Shoot was arguably the most popular football magazine in the UK, remaining the strongest magazine in this market until the mid 1990s.

Website: Shoot

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