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Top 7 Essential Soccer Websites

Type ‘soccer’ into Google, and the search engine will return 180 million search engine results. Whether you’re new or a veteran of soccer, here are the top 7 essential ones that every soccer fan should have bookmarked:

  1. Soccerbase. There’s more than meets the eye at Soccerbase. At first, the site looks deceivingly limited in the information it offers, but dive deep into the navigation and you’ll find a treasure trove of soccer information. I particularly like the ‘Head to Head’ section to find out how clubs have faired against each other, and to learn which footballers played each other many years ago. Also impressive is the ‘Results’ archive that goes all the way back to 1871 for the top flight division in England.
  2. Statto. While Soccerbase is easy to navigate and looks underwhelming at first glance, Statto is the exact opposite. But give the site some patience and you’ll quickly uncover some unique stats such as ‘Goal Supremacy,’ ‘Form Tables,’ ‘Score Distribution,’ ‘Custom Tables’ and much more.
  3. BigSoccer. The site that earned its reputation as THE place for soccer message forums is still going strong with more than 16 million posts from over 137,000 registered members. BigSoccer has kept us connected to what’s going on in world soccer from the dark days of the mid nineties through to the soccer explosion (thanks to the Internet) during the new century. Plus the site isn’t just a soccer message forum destination anymore.
  4. Soccerway. Knowing where to go for comprehensive listings of live soccer scores can be frustrating especially if you want an extensive list of leagues from around the world. Soccerway has every major league from Albania to Zimbabwe and everything in between.
  5. Fantasy Football Scout. If you play any Premier League fantasy game, this site is a must visit. Not only does it feature a comprehensive injury report but it also makes predictions on what the starting eleven will be, who the set piece takers are, which players are banned as well as providing tons of fantasy tips.
  6. Live Soccer TV. Keeping track of which matches are on TV can be a part-time job especially due to last minute changes and the myriad of options available. No matter whether you live in the United States, Canada or the United Kingdom, Live Soccer TV has comprehensive listings for your favorite league.
  7. Historical Football Kits. This virtual museum of football kit designs for the English and Scottish leagues from today all the way back to 1878 is a labor of love for creator Dave Moor. Every page is filled with so much history. Every kit design is recreated with such incredible detail.

What are your essential sites that are missing from the above list? And what do you think of the above recommendations? Click the comments link below and share your feedback.

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  1. AitorG

    February 22, 2013 at 3:47 pm

    Hello! Here is a nice list containing the main national soccer leagues scores:
    It’s from Simulty, a website we’ve just launched some months ago. I hope you like it!

  2. Rich Kinsella

    February 28, 2010 at 10:46 am

    For Telegraph Fantasy Football, is great. It’s just like Fantasy Football Scout except for the Telegraph game.

  3. jason smith

    February 13, 2009 at 11:31 am is awesome! its more of a soccer lifestyle site but they have a lot of soccer stuff too. but check it out, its like girls, soccer, cars, kicks, soccer and more girls. i have it bookmarked and check it every couple of days. good stuff!

  4. Burt Reynolds

    February 13, 2009 at 12:30 am

    As far as news sites go, I’ve always went to BBC Sports|Football first. I’ve always liked that it’s not as gossipy as some other sites, and it’s simple to navigate through. Although if you do want gossip, they’ve got a daily column with sources credited… and links to those sources on the side.

    YouTube’s content is vast in nearly every topic, soccer included.. so that’s another good one although it’s technically not a soccer website.

  5. Futbol Enthusiast

    February 12, 2009 at 3:52 pm

    One of my favorite sites is simply YouTube! I love to see the videos of great goals – someone tell me if you find new cool videos. Goalaaazo!

  6. LS

    February 12, 2009 at 2:48 pm

    I whole-heartedly second Phil’s recommendation of — an awesome site !

    Not only do they round up all the good vids but they often link to Soccer AM clips (a show I cannot view here for love nor money) and also recap the best of the press related to the EPL.

  7. Phil McThomas

    February 12, 2009 at 1:23 pm – even though I pay for 2 soccer channels in the US, I still end up missing stuff (FA Cup, midweek games, internationals, etc) so this is invaluable.

  8. ArthurArseGooner

    February 12, 2009 at 12:00 pm

    the most essential for arsenal fans is

  9. Ned

    February 12, 2009 at 7:56 am, pretty new on the block but providing a news service that differs from those that all look the same these days like Sky and Sportinglife, teamtalk etc

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