Soccer

Our editors found these Soccer websites useful. Know of a better site? Contact us to submit your resource.

Dave Marshall Design

A large collection of over 60 cross-stitch charts featuring the logos and crests of football clubs and teams. Any missing clubs logo can be custom designed, as well as your own school or sport team, or even a business logo. Great for birthday cards or commemorative gifts.

FIFA.COM

FIFA.COM is The Official web site of the soccer governing body, Fifa (the Fédération Internationale de Football Association). The site is packed full of information and developments in the world of international soccer. Worth a look are the competitions, the FIFA museum and world ranking scoreboards.

U.S. Soccer Federation

This governing body of soccer in all its forms in the United States was founded in 1913, and is one of the world’s first organizations to be affiliated with FIFA, the Federation Internationale de Football Association, soccer’s world governing body.

Feering Falcons YFC

Information, contact details and directions to the Colchester based youth football club.

The FA

The FA is the online home of English Football. The main draw of the official FA web site is its up to date news and score tables, but it is also worth a look for its sections on the history of the game in England, comment and opinions and sections with a deeper at everything and everyone involved in the game in the country.

Footie Manager

FootieManager is a football manager simulation game where you act as manager of a football club and compete online against other managers from all over the world. You get to make all of the decisions about which players to play in each game and the tactics to employ.

Guardian | Football

The football site produced by The Guardian newspaper, Guardian Unlimited Football has a wealth of coverage including breaking news, live match reports and latest scores. The site also has regular articles and comments from football luminaries, quizzes general knowledge tests and a host of features to keep people coming back.

Philosophy Football

Selling primarily T-Shirts, Philosophy Football describe themselves as \"Sporting Outfitters of Intellectual Distinction\" and their online catalogue as a \"glorious mix of bright sparks and all-stars\". Who says footy fans are a bunch of uncultured lay abouts?