Foul Football is one of the spin-offs of Horrible Histories. The series is written by Michael Coleman and explains football (soccer).
The Foul Football series was conceived as a spin-off from the Knowledge series. Two of the books in The Knowledge series, written by Michael Coleman, are known as Foul Football and Even Fouler Football; however, he decided to incorporate these books into a whole new series called Foul Football which has included many books over the years.
Following suit with the other main books in the Horrible saga, Foul Football underwent a change of style. The first books to undergo this change are the books
- The Ups and Downs of the Premier League
- Kickin' Quiz Book
- Come on England
- Flaming Olympics
A list of the books in the Foul Football series:
- The Bootiful Game (2009)
- Come On England (2008) (previously England in 2006 issue) - (Football in England)
- Foul Football (2000) - (Football)
- Even Fouler Football (2004) - (Football)
- Famously Foul Book (2009) - History of football
- Furious Euro's (2000) - (UEFA European Football Championship and Football in Europe)
- Great Big Quiz Book (2001) - (Questions about Football)
- Legendary Leagues (2001) - (Football Leagues)
- Kickin' Quiz Book (2008) - (Football Facts)
- Phenomenal FA Cup (2001) - (The FA Cup)
- Prize Players (2003) - (Football Players)
- Triumphant Teams (2001) - (Football Teams)
- Ultimate Fan's Handbook (2002) - (Football)
- The Ups and Downs of the Premier League (2008) - (Premier League)
- Wicked World Cup (2002, 2006, 2010) - (special edition made for 2006) (World Cup)
- World Cup Quiz Book (2002) - (Questions about World Cup)
Note: some of these books originally from The Knowledge were republished after splitting off into their own series. These dates refer to the publication date for the Foul Football edition.
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