Kick magazine does look as though it has now been saved. Kick is a very popular magazine for young football fans aged 6-13. KiCK! is also Britain's newest and best kids' football magazine - a fun, hands-on read for boys and girls aged 6 to 12. Packed full of interactive quizzes, puzzles and competitions, Kick football magazine is a glossy, high-quality monthly publication that will keep kids both educated and entertained. Often there will be some stickers or random gift attached... If your son or daughter loves football, this is the no nonsense solution.
Buy a single copy of KICK or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm!
All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g and children's magazines with large free gifts which may go 2nd Class).
Taking over the reigns as the UK football magazine for younger footie fans, Kick soccer magazine is increasingly popular and keeps kids up to date with all the developments from the English Premier League. Focusing on the bigger football teams as you would expect, Kick magazine often comes with a packet of stickers or a team poster. There are also competitions, prizes and comic strips in every issue.
As ever and as part of our unrivalled magazine service to you, buy a single copy or take out a Kick magazine subscription. You can start today and receive the first issue tomorrow - check out the Kick stock situation above and follow your nose...any football loving boy (or girl) will thank you for it.
Exclusively at Newsstand, you can choose the number of Kick magazines you want to buy - so you can select this above according to your budget or indeed the length of time you think the reader will still want to buy Kick. We appreciate that at some point the lucky fellow (or fellowette), will mature into say Four Four Two or Match football magazine (or maybe even Dancing Times), so you can always exchange or refund any unwanted issues - and we'll never renew a magazine subscription automatically.
Our only concern with Kick is that it doesn't exactly go overboard with the latest footy news at say, QPR, but you can't win them all.