This is the third of ten blogs about using the excitement around the forthcoming football season to encourage children to read about the game in books, newpapers, online and - today - in magazines.
One per day in the run up to the Premier League kick off.
If you're going to pay the £2.50 to £4.50 the football magazines cost, today might be the best day to do it.
As you can see, they are full of previews about the season. In fact, a lot of them have free wall charts and supplements, so you will get better value for money.
These are the main magazines available in the UK:
Match - a great mixture of pictures and short text, largely about the Premier League. Great for reluctant readers.
Match of the Day - a lot like Match, but even more popular with children. Great content for reluctant readers.
Kick - as above, but more posters than text.
FourFourTwo - glossy football magazine aimed at teenagers and adults. Great articles and fancy photography.
World Soccer - about football across the world. Not good for a struggling reader. Quite political. Brilliant for authors writing about the game.
WSC - stands for When Saturday Comes is like Private Eye for football fans. Really good and interesting. Again not one for reluctant readers or under 13s.
The above are all available in most newsagents and WMSmiths.
You can also get club magazines about some of the biggeer teams like Liverpool, Chelsea and Leeds.
And don't forget match day programmes, available if you're attending a game. They cost between £1 and £4.
Also, fanzines, written by fans for fans can be bought around the grounds and in city centres. But beware some fanzines if you're giving them to your kids and you want to protect them from swearing and malice.