Recommended reading for all football fans
Books about Wigan Athletic
Let’s Hang On: Mudhuts, Bets and Beers on the Road to Division One with Wigan Athletic by Martin Tarbuck.
Northern Soul: One Little Club’s Big Adventure by Ed Jones.
Playing to Win: The Autobiography by Dave Whelan.
Roberto: Kicking Every Ball (My story so far) by Roberto Martinez.
Season of Dreams: Wigan Athletic’s Historic Campaign in the Premiership 2005/06 by Phil Wilkinson.
The FA Cup Winners 2013 – The Impossible Dream by Wigan Athletic.
The Road from Wigan Pier: Wigan Athletic’s incredible rise from Non-League to The Premiership by Andrew Ross.
Wigan Athletic: The Football League Years (Britain in Old Photographs) by Dean Hayes.
Books about football
After Extra Time and Penalties – Memories of a Football Correspondent by Mike Ingham.
A Season with Verona: Travels Around Italy in Search of Illusion, National Character and Goals by Tim Park.
Barca: The Making of the Greatest Team in the World by Graham Hunter.
Believe in the Sign by Mark Hodkinson.
Black Boots and Football Pinks. 50 Lost Wonders of the Beautiful Game by Daniel Gray.
Brilliant Orange: The Neurotic Genius of Dutch Football by David Winner.
Bring Me the Head of Ryan Giggs by Rodge Glass.
British Football’s Greatest Grounds – One Hundred Must-See Football Venues by Mike Bayly.
Can We Have Our Football Back? How the Premier League is Ruining Football and What You Can Do About It… by John Nicholson.
Done Deal – An Insider’s Guide to Football Contracts, Multi-Million Pound Transfers and Premier League Big Business by Daniel Geey.
Fathers, Sons and Football by Colin Shindler.
Fever Pitch by Nick Hornby.
Finney – A Football Legend by Paul Agnew.
Football Cliches by Adam Hurrey.
Football In Our Time: A Photographic Record of Our National Game by Stuart Clarke.
Full Time: The Secret Life of Tony Cascarino by Paul Kimmage.
Going to the Match – The Passion for Football by Duncan Hamilton.
Hatters, Railwaymen and Knitters: Travels Through England’s Football Provinces by Daniel Gray.
How Steeple Sinderby Wanderers Won the FA Cup by J.L.Carr.
Inverting the Pyramid: The History of Soccer Tactics by Jonathan Wilson.
Johan Cruyff My Turn the Autobiography by Johan Cruyff.
Knocking Down Walls: My Autobiography by Uwe Rösler.
Left Foot in the Grave – A View from the Bottom of the Football League by Garry Nelson.
Left Foot Forward – A Year in the Life of a Journeyman Footballer by Garry Nelson.
Life Sentence by Mark Hodkinson.
Living on the Volcano – The Secrets of Surviving as a Football Manager by Michael Calvin.
Luka Modric My Autobiography by Luka Modric.
Masters of Modern Soccer – How the World’s Best Play the Twenty-First-Century Game by Grant Wahl.
Morbo: The Story of Spanish Football by Phil Ball.
Moving the Goalposts – A Yorkshire Tragedy by Anthony Clavane.
My Father And Other Working Class Football Heroes by Gary Imlach.
No Hunger in Paradise. The Players. The Journey. The Dream by Michael Calvin.
Out of the Darkness, From Top to Rock Bottom, My Story in Football, by Matt Piper with Joe Brewin.
Pack Men by Alan Bissett.
Pele: The Autobiography by Pele.
Saturday, 3pm. 50 Eternal Delights of Modern Football by Daniel Gray.
State of Play – Under the Skin of the Modern Game by Michael Calvin.
The Age of Innocence – Football in the 1970s edited by Reuel Golden.
The Cradle Of The Game: (England Scotland Wales Ireland) (Stuart Roy Clarke Trilogy) by Stuart Roy Clarke.
The Club: How the Premier League Became the Richest, Most Disruptive Business in Sport by Jonathan Clegg and Joshua Robinson.
The Damned United by David Peace.
The Illustrated History of Football by David Squires.
The Mavericks – English Football When Flair Wore Flares by Rob Steen.
The Miracle of Castel di Sangro by Joe McGinniss.
Thou Shall Not Pass – The Anatomy of Football’s Centre-half by Leo Moynihan.
Tor! The Story of German Football by Uli and Hesse.
Whatever Happened to Billy Parks? by Gareth R Roberts.
What You Think You know About Football Is Wrong – The Games Greatest Myths and Untruths by Kevin Moore.
Who Are Ya? 92 football clubs and why you shouldn’t support them by Kevin Day.