Foul was a football fanzine that was first published in the United Kingdom in October 1972 by Cambridge University students. It is regarded as being the first recognisable football fanzine, and continued until 1976. One of its writers was Chris Lightbown.
It was set up at a time when fanzines were being produced for a number of different topics, in order to provide a challenge to the mainstream media.
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