About Us

Welcome to The Football Chronicle – where we bring you the best from the football world.

As a growing football blog, our primary motive is to do three things in the best manner possible –
Inform – We look to inform you about the latest happenings from the whole of the football world. We tend to bring you content from the most reputed sources on the internet. Our goal is to help you avoid ridiculous news which are only there for clicks.

Speak – Besides our objective as a news source for millions of football fans; we aim to welcome any aspiring football writer to work with us and share their views. Football is growing more than ever, and millions of voices are left unheard. We provide you with a platform to make the best use of your football knowledge and share across our football media platform.

Fascinate – At Soccerath.com, we not only present you with the latest news, but we look to maintain our editorials to the best original standard possible. Our work revolves around bringing the best content for our readers and sharing football stories that are more than just about football.

The people behind the Football Chronicle 
The journey behind Soccerath started in February 2017; however, the man behind the scenes has been working on the project for half a decade.

Barun Pandey – the founder of Soccerath as well as other QotGo media platforms, first began the media network journey through a Nepali Sports News portal, Football Nasha. However, it was through Hamrofootball when he garnered real success as a blogger.
His work has featured in the Nepali national dailies as well as other reputed sports media such as Sports Keeda.

Soccerath is a brand new venture to emulate similar success and work all the way forward to provide a writing football platform for people esp. in South Asia.
You can contact Barun through his Facebook page or read more from him on his blog.

Anup Sedhain

Unlike the other boring folk, this one loves to travel. He loves cars, sometimes even calls it his life, but somehow oddly he follows football more than Formula One.