We’re Expanding, And We’re Searching For Writers!

We’re Expanding, And We’re Searching For Writers!
May 21, 2016

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As the 2016/217 season approaches, we are looking to expand our team of writers in order to deliver a higher frequency of insightful articles within the Premier League.

Based on the Premier League, From The Stands has rapidly grown as a website and as a name, aiming to give regular fans a voice in the game. By joining our team, you’ll gain vital experience writing about football and our website will provide a platform launching you into further things in the world of football journalism.

When Can I Join? 

If we see you’re article quality deems fit for our website, straight away. There’s very little delay as we now have a consistent team to deal with recruitment.

Are There Any Entry Requirements?

We’re looking for writers above the age of sixteen with experience of writing before, whether that be at a previous website or not, any pieces of work by a requesting writer would be beneficial in our selection process. Each writer is expected to write 1-2 articles a week without delay, submitting work of the highest quality. Writers must have excellent grammar and creativity in order to provide our readers with the best viewing experience. Writers must keep their social media activity to a strictly professional level and discrimination on any level can lead to the writer being dismissed. Under 16? Send us some of your work and if it shows high levels of potential, you may be selected!

Will I Receive Full Credit For My Work?

All work by writers will be credited on every occasion. From The Stands aims to provide fans with a voice, and we’ll always keep that promise!

I’m Interested In Joining But I Don’t Write?

If you have any other enquiries such as design, video production, social media management, sponsorships or any other talents, we’d be more than happy to listen, so don’t be afraid to contact us.

How Do I Join?

Writers can contact From The Stands on the email address contact@fromthestands.co.uk, but be patient, we will get back to you. Writers are encouraged to have a laptop instead of writing on a phone or tablet, this is to ensure the quality of the piece is at it’s highest for our readers.

What Should I Include In My Email?

Writers should include a biography about themselves, including their name, age, location, team, experience and why they want to write for From The Stands. Writers should also include 2-3 pieces of previous work if possible and anything worthy of telling us.

We’re looking forward to hearing from you, good luck!

FTS

  1. Hello,

    My name is Amos Murphy and I am 16 years old desperate for a career in sports journalism.

    I am currently juggling writing articles inbetween revising for GCSE’s, however in the summer I shall be work free and looking for something to do to pass the time.

    Although my young age and subsequent inexperience, I pride misled in the work I complete and believe it is as good a quality as some experienced writers.

    I’ve set up my own blog and would appreciate you taking a look at it with any feedback being immensely helpful.

    Here’s the link: https://3pmifnotstated.wordpress.com

    Many thanks,
    Amos Murphy

  2. Hello,

    My name is Amos Murphy and I am 16 years old desperate for a career in sports journalism.

    I am currently juggling writing articles inbetween revising for GCSE’s, however in the summer I shall be work free and looking for something to do to pass the time.

    Although my young age and subsequent inexperience, I pride misled in the work I complete and believe it is as good a quality as some experienced writers.

    I’ve set up my own blog and would appreciate you taking a look at it with any feedback being immensely helpful.

    Here’s the link: https://3pmifnotstated.wordpress.com

    Many thanks,
    Amos Murphy

  3. Joel Gardiner says:

    Hello,
    My name is Joel Gardiner I am 14 years old I’m a football fanatic and love all stats, transfers and figures involved in the game. I’ve loved writing and talking about football it would be a massive step forward if I got this brillant opportunity to work along side other great journalist. It would be a remarks honor to get my work seen by so many people.
    Many thanks
    Joel Gardiner

  4. Aiden Smith says:

    I am interested in becoming a writer because I am passionate about football journalism eg, rumours, statistics etc. I am 16 years of age and I am willing to help out your page which would also benefit me at a later date. I hope you take my request into consideration.
    Many Thanks,
    Aiden Smith

  5. I am interested in becoming a writer and I think I’m perfect for this because I’m passionate about football journalism, Rumors and Debates for football related.
    I am 16 years old and I’m 100% up for writing to help the page become bigger than it already is. It would also benefit me in later life.
    Many thanks,
    Jack Frankham

  6. James Watts says:

    Hi,

    I am very interested in pursuing a career in sports journalism and would love to be selected as one of your writers. I am very passionate about football, so much so I spend the majority of my time researching, keeping up with what’s going on in the news, and I am continuously looking for sources that justify transfer rumours!

    I am going into my second year of university as an undergraduate, studying English Language and Literature (BA Hons) and I am a member of ‘The Tab’ and soon to be writer for ‘Murmur.’

    This opportunity would be perfect for yourself and I because we are both passionate about football and we are dedicated fans from the stands!

    Faithfully,

    James Watts (19)

  7. Daniel Meade says:

    I’m 14 years old and incredibly interested in football journalism. I’m off for two months during the summer and looking for something to fill the time.im Irish so I could give a neutral perspective of English football, although I a, a Liverpool fan. This would be brilliant for me as it is something I would hope to pursue as a career in the future. I have been told by teachers, when writing stories, articles etc. that I have huge potential to become a writer. In fact, when I was 9 a teacher told me I should be a reporter/writer. This would be a fantastic opportunity for me and I would be eternally grateful,

    Many thanks,
    Daniel

  8. Hello my name is Mehmet, I’m known on Twitter as @MesutEnthusiast, and I’d love to write for FromTheStands.co.uk because I enjoy writing. You can find my work on FutbolRUs.com and here is a link to my latest article: FutbolRUs.com/2016/07/11/how-well-does-xhaka-really-fit-in-at-arsenal/

  9. Hello my name is Oscar @AinaSolomon. Am not really a fan of writing but I can provide regular football update 24/7. I do a abit of photography and video production.In addition, in terms of social media management What are the requirements for that.

  10. Joud ahmad says:

    My name is Joud I’m 16 years old ,I’m a very big football fan ,I live in the United Arab Emirates .I’m ready to write about the italian english news since I support juventus.Next year I will be having my igcse exams and I’m good at writting.

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