Caricom Magazine functions as a form of critical resistance to the racism that once disfigured stadiums, a space for the frustration and hurt felt by generations of black football fans, and a platform from which black creative practitioners are able to gain agency over the way they - and those they relate to - are perceived. 

Founded and written by Calum Jacobs – with design and layout by Shawn Sawyers – issue one of Caricom was produced in response to the inherent lack of diversity found in football coverage.