Another week, another busy summer for soccer. We’ve got countless drops, footballers on vacation, throwback madness and more. Once again, lets have a look at the things that mke KTTP tick, it’s time for another #BestOfBothWorlds Instagram posts. 


Pele meets George Harrison. Art by @buenocaos. #pele #beatles

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Some classics out in force at Glastonbury

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We need to add a little more to our collection… #footballbeyondborders

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The One !

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– Via: @vicesports

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Total L.A. flow ✌

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Soccer don’t sleep. It is true now more than ever, our beloved game truly has no offseason. Confederations Cup, the Gold Cup, Euro U-21’s,  sneaker drops, boot drops, collections and countless kit releases, the summer is alive with all realms of footy. Today we take another weekly look back at our favorite Instagram posts that blend outside cultures with soccer. Here are last weeks #BestOfBothWorlds IG posts.


🇫🇷- @the_lurkers

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Fried doe…. @champagnepapi @partynextdoor

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In the turmoil of 1970s and ’80s England, the working-class escape was clear: be a footballer or form a band. | England in the 1970s and early ’80s was a grim, violent, angry, lean, ambitious, stimulating place. It had hardship and conflict on a scale unknown since the end of World War II. It was the golden-studded age of English punk and heavy metal. It also had football success of a magnitude unseen since: English clubs won the European Cup seven of the eight years between 1977 and 1984. Now the English Premier League is the richest and most popular in the world, but English clubs’ dominance on the pitch is a thing of the past—like, alas, Lemmy Kilmister’s throbbing bass in Motörhead and Bob Paisley’s understated cunning at Liverpool. | Excerpt from our issue 11 piece 'We Are The Champions' by Paul Doyle. Illustrations by @ben_kirchner.

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👊🏽💥 #makefootballweird @madetomention @toffeeclubpdx #madetomention #pdx #whereisfootball #toffeeclub #refugeeswelcome

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Happy Birthday @2pac // #Tupac #2pac #LAFC

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Pepe & @thecrazychild93

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