Fortnightly Match of the Day magazine's publishing frequency has altered due to COVID-19, and editions will now be issued biweekly. Every issue of this magazine has puzzles and quizzes to put young football enthusiasts throughout the country to the test. The magazine is available in print and digital versions and features interviews with real football stars as well as game reviews and articles related to youth football.
Match of the Day first launched in 1989. It is an annual publication that celebrates the world of football with interviews, games reviews, and puzzles. The magazine is designed to help children learn about the sport from those who know it best - such as David Beckham and Paul Scholes - as well as providing them with an opportunity to test their knowledge with quizzes and challenges.
Each year a new theme is chosen for the magazine to match the upcoming season. This year's edition focuses on Africa's top clubs as well as ranking the greatest players of all time. There are also interviews with famous faces such as Gareth Bale and Luka Modric plus a look at some of the most memorable matches in World Cup history. The print version of the magazine is priced at £14.99 while the digital only version can be accessed for free via iTunes, Google Play, or Amazon Kindle.
In addition to releasing a monthly magazine, the team at BBC Sport also produces daily news updates called "Daily Football Facts".
The BBC's Match Of The Day Magazine, which is tied to the iconic television show, is Britain's best-selling weekly football magazine. With exclusive interviews, dazzling facts, and match numbers, it brings young readers closer to their favorites.
It is published every week on a Thursday by Immediate Media Company (LSE: IMM) Match of the Day Magazine. The magazine was first published in 1972. It is available in printed and digital versions with an interactive CD included. There are also special editions for Christmas, Easter, and Sport Relief events that include additional articles and photographs. A yearly magazine called "Match of the Year" is also published.
In addition to its print version, the magazine has online versions for mobile phones and tablets as well as audio versions for radio broadcasts.
Immediate Media Company is a London-based publisher with magazines, books, and websites focusing on entertainment and sports features. Its flagship publication is the award-winning Match of the Day magazine which is published every Thursday.
Other publications include FHM, GQ, and Loaded. The company also publishes several books including biographies, chronicles, and collections of essays and photos. It has offices in the UK, USA, and Australia.
Match of the Day Magazine is read by millions of people each week.
Every two weeks, a fortnightly event or publication occurs or appears. Fortnightly events usually last for 14 days and then stop (unless they continue into the next month). Therefore, you can say that a fortnight is fourteen days.
Fortnights were first introduced by Henry VIII to provide him with an official notification of when court was held so that he would not have to wait until his next chance encounter with the king's face. The term eventually came to mean any period of 14 days, but this is not what it originally meant.
In English law, a fortnight is any period of 14 days beginning and including a Monday. At common law, there are only five legal holidays: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents' Day, Memorial Day, and Independence Day. Other days may be made legal holidays by statute or local ordinance. In Scotland, where civil servants have the right to choose their own working hours, some work longer hours than others.