Stewart Coggin

Introduction

  • Wrote about the world soccer since 2002
  • Chief editor at Goal.com for Spain’s La Liga
  • Coordinated the Goal.com website for Italian Serie A soccer coverage
  • Covered and wrote about the 2002 World Cup and 2004 European Championship
  • Copy editor on PremierLeague.com 

Experience

Stewart Coggin is a former writer for ThoughtCo who wrote about the sport of soccer for more than six years. Stewart began his journalism career covering Spain’s La Liga men's soccer division for Goal.com. He also coordinated the website’s Italian Serie A coverage and became the chief editor in 2002. Stewart oversaw the 2002 World Cup and 2004 European Championship coverage along with a comprehensive breakdown of the world's domestic soccer leagues. In 2007, Stewart began working as a copy editor with PremierLeague.com, the English league’s official website. He has also worked as a freelance writer for Eurosport covering matches with minute-by-minute updates and handled social media for Green Star Media football and rugby websites.

Additionally, Stewart's background includes work with Play Football, Teamer, and Football INDEX. His work features on the Eurosport website. Stewart holds a National Council for the Training of Journalists NCTJ) designation.

Education

Stewart Coggin received a degree in Journalism and English Literature from Kingston University in 2007.

Awards and Publications

Fight for Marc Reichler-Stillhard continues in Australia (Community.Teamer.net, 2017)​
Stop Betting, Start Trading (FootballIndex.News, 2017)
The 6 Unmissable Premier League Fantasy Football Bargains (SabotageTimes.com, 2012)

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