Recommended

Turns out the internet isn’t just for getting irrationally angry at people who happen to hold a different viewpoint as you. It’s also for killing time. All the time. Who needs work, or friends, or the love of a good man or woman, when there is so much great football related content to be found in this anti-social reclusive digital world?

Club Fanzines

The internet age was supposed to kill off football club fanzines, but then Mirsad Bubaslovic was supposed to be the greatest player to ever set foot on the Belle Vue turf.

Arsenal Birmingham City Blackburn Rovers
The Gooner fanzine Made in Brum fanzine 4,000 Holes fanzine
Bradford City Chester Crystal Palace
The City Gent fanzine Blue & White fanzine Five Year Plan fanzine
Everton Everton Fulham
When Skies Are Grey fanzine The Black Watch fanzine There's Only One F in Fulham fanzine
Gosport Borough Ipswich Town Leeds United
Privett Life fanzine Turnstile Blues fanzine The square Ball fanzine
Leyton Orient Manchester United Merthyr Town
The Orient Ear fanzine United We Stand fanzine Dial M for Merthyr fanzine
Middlesbrough Newcastle United  North Ferriby
Fly Me to the Moon fanzine True Faith fanzine View From the Allotment End fanzine
Norwich City Sheffield United Shelbourne
Along Come Norwich fanzine Dem Blades fanzine Reds Inc. fanzine
 Southend United  Stoke City  Sunderland
All At Sea fanzine Duck Magazine fanzine A Love Supreme Fanzine
Welling United Wigan Athletic York City
Winning Isn't Everything fanzine Mudhutter fanzine Y Front fanzine

General football magazines

Fed up about reading about transfer rumours and who said what in pre and post-match press conferences? Football writing doesn’t have to be like that, here are six titles that offer a much broader view of the game.

CARICOM Girl Fans Groundtastic
CARICOM magazine Girl Fans fanzine Groundtastic Magazine
No Place Like Home Nutmeg Staantribune
No Place Like Home Magazine Nutmeg magazine Staantribune Magazine
STAND The Football Pink When Saturday Comes
STAND fanzine The Football Pink fanzine When Saturday Comes magazine

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