All business. No play.
A business publication with a football spin, Kit Magazine uses the world’s most dynamic and influential sport as a hook and framework to explore an array of issues, themes, and newsmakers defining the marketplace—with a distinct eye to the intersection with media, policy, and society. Interviews, analysis, special features, and commentary, drawing on the talents of a range of contributors, combine with brilliant original photography and artwork for a package—hailed as “exquisite” by design firm Gensler (and “British” by Fox News)—that offers an exceptional take on the business conversation.
Published twice a year in print, with running digital features and live events year-round, Kit reaches an enterprising, urbane, international audience—avid fans of the game and casual observers alike.
The print edition of Kit Magazine is complimentary for guests of Tribeca Film Festival, Soccerex, and other leading business and industry events. To request a copy mailed, please contact us.
Issue 02 / Spring 2017
Uzodinma Iweala / Black and White Stripes / Rob Reilly
Issue 03 / Autumn 2017
Football and the Global City: LA Focus
Jonathan Emmett / Banc of California Stadium in pictures / Five Transformative Initiatives: Los Angeles / 72andSunny
Issue 04 / Spring 2018
Damian Lewis / The Football-Media Value Proposition Part 1 / Christopher Vollmer / Kicking the Suburbs Out of the American Game (Matt Jarvis)
Issue 05 / Autumn 2018
Richard Brown / The Football-Media Value Proposition Part 2 / Stephen Plumlee / Gay Footie: Dos and Don’ts (Simon Doonan)
Created in association with Tribeca Film Festival
Football and the Global City
Created in association with Soccerex USA
Noah Davis, editor/writer
Timothy Young, photographer
Alexandra Rogan, editor-at-large
Marco and Mauro La Villa, illustrators
Past contributors: Simon Doonan / Matt Jarvis / Francesco Lapienza