Other football websites and blogs that are well worth a look:
Zonal Marking: Inspired by Jonathan Wilson, Michael Cox discusses tactics in modern football with aplomb.
In Bed With Maradona: A plethora of football tales from around the globe both old and new. A joy.
The Run of Play: A gorgeous website about the ‘wonder and terror of soccer’.
Dirty Tackle: Very amusing look at the world of football with the supremely talented Brooks Peck.
Soccer AM/MW: The trio behind Soccer AM/MW provide coverage of both the Football League and Non-League. Their prediction tables are a highlight.
Red, White & Blue: Top-class podcast and blog from Adrian Clarke, Iain Macintosh and Iain Spragg.
When Saturday Comes: A glorious magazine is complemented by a glorious website. Wonderful, intelligent articles that will entertain and educate.
Backpage Football: Men’s Health called them ‘the Messi of Britain’s football blogs among a galatico of competition.’ That pretty much sums it up, no?
European Football Weekends: Dedicated to tales of travel, EFW is a fine site that provides a good read as well as some cracking travel tips.
The Swiss Ramble: Football and finance. Swiss Ramble studies the finances of football clubs across the globe and gives you an insight into the fiscal side of the game.
The Football Ramble: Not just good for a podcast, The Ramble have collated some mighty-fine writers on their blog too, such as Andy Brassell and Michael Cox.
The Ball is Round: Football fables in 20 different languages. Stu Fuller and team provide well-written features, interviews and match reports. Cosmopolitan.
GhostGoal: Fighting back against the mainstream media, Ghost Goal would rather talk about the football than the referees. Discussion and debate.
Who Ate All The Pies: One more for the irreverent fans. Look-alikes, photo galleries and some lovely articles. One to lighten up your day.
The 72: For focus on the Football League, take a look at the very well produced Seventy Two website.
The Two Unfortunates: The self-proclaimed ‘non-partisan for everything to do with the Football League’.
Elcentrocampista.com – A feature-based site dedicated to the finer things in Spanish football. Unparalleled historical content from a team of first-class journalists.
Gib Football Show: Andrew Gibney has put together a fantastic website with focus on Ligue 1, but covering so much more.
The Footy Blog Net: Not just football, Scott Johnston writes book and product reviews as well as fascinating features.
Cahiers du Sport: Ben Shave provides you with extensive coverage of Portuguese football.
Gannin’ Away: Andy Hudson goes to more football games than you thought was possible. Blogs from the Football League, Non-League and around the world.
The Blizzard: The brainchild of tactics guru Jonathan Wilson. The Blizzard is a quarterly publication which features some of the finest journalists around.
The Sport Collective: Dedicated to quality writing and makers of an exquisite podcast.
Surreal Football: Talk about a suitable title, Surreal Football provides an irreverent look at the world of football. Oft dark, always amusing.
Icons.com: Authentic signed memorabilia from the best footballers on the planet, past and present.
Sky Sports: Watch live football from the Premier League, Champions League and Football League, plus a fantastic range of other live sporting action.
ESPN: Watch live Premier League, FA Cup, Europa League and Scottish Premier League football, plus much more top quality sporting action.
Square Football: A football website established in 2000-01 featuring a variety of writers, predictions, cartoons and originality.