Nutmeg Podcast

We are delighted to announce Oriam have teamed up with Nutmeg Magazine as we embark on a sponsorship agreement for the next year. The agreement will be in relation to the Nutmeg Podcast, a fortnightly conversation about magazine content and in-depth interviews.

Nutmeg Magazine is a high class home for everything Scottish football, past, present and future. Published every 3 months, it offers opinions, reflections, insight, photography and poetry. Launched in 2016, Nutmeg has fast become a standard bearer for football-related content. It seeks to leave no reader behind, covering both science and the romance of the game.

Nutmeg Issue 1 2016

Although paper and ink are Nutmeg’s first love, they have a strong social media presence. Producing online films and fortnightly podcast consisting of conversation about magazine content and in-depth interviews. Recent guests have included Shelley Kerr, Eilidh Doyle, Pat Nevin and our very own Director of Sport, Performance and Health Neil Gibson. Neil is delighted to team up with Nutmeg and had this to say on the partnership

“Oriam opened its doors in the summer of 2016 and since then we have welcomed people into our facility from across the sporting spectrum.  Despite there being no requirement for  ‘jumpers as goal posts’ school children, amateur, semi-professional and international level male and female players have graced our pitches.  We pride ourselves on being a facility that is accessible to all and we feel that this eclectic and inclusive mix is something mirrored in what Nutmeg have done in bringing together thoughts, comments and opinion from the far reaches of fandom in Scotland.  Their excellent podcast is something we are as proud to support as we are excited for each new edition.”

Neil Gibson – Director Of Sport, Performance & Health

Nutmeg’s associate Editor and successful author Daniel Gray expressed his delight at teaming up with Oriam,

“We’d been aware of the high quality work and innovation that goes on at Oriam and we’d published articles in Nutmeg by the brilliant Neil Gibson, but nothing prepared us for visiting for the first time. There is this atmosphere of progress and community, and a real sense of quality about the place. The main building left us speechless. It felt as breath-taking as St Pancras Station, but with something better than trains at its centre – a football pitch. To be sponsored by a place and a cause that you believe in, and that has similar values and standards to Nutmeg, brings us great joy. We’ve got big plans for growing the podcast and Nutmeg in general, and we’re really pleased that Oriam are on board, and we’re on board with them. This will be a really fruitful, creative partnership”

Nutmeg Podcast lands fortnightly and includes conversation about magazine content and in-depth interviews