Founded in 1882 to improve the flagging fortunes of the England International team, Corinthian FC went on to become the most famous amateur football club in the world. Their 1910 tour to Brazil inspired the formation of Corinthians Paulista (who now have an estimated 25 million fans) and the man who is credited with taking football to Brazil, Charles Miller, once played for Corinthian FC. Real Madrid adopted their famous white strip in honour of the London-based Corinthians. The club's achievements include an 8-1 win over FA Cup-winners Blackburn Rovers in 1884 and a record defeat of Manchester United in 1904 (11-3). The Corinthian FC can boast over 100 full England capped players, including Bernard Joy, who in 1937 became the last amateur to be capped by England. This book tells the Corinthians' fascinating story, including all the facts and scandals, as well as personal memoirs from the personalities involved.