The Football Ground was formed in 2015 and is on a rolling launch plan as new football history content is added. For those fans located in the USA this site will become your starting point for soccer information in Britain and Ireland. As well as providing general football links for individual football clubs, competitions and countries, we are building a football history resource for fans, old and new.
Our overall ambition as football lovers is to ensure that fans can easily find and share football content and that the football history that is made today is not forgotten tomorrow.
We are moving a lot of material around right now to focus on our remit of providing current football links and historical content
First Football Reads is an extension of our Football Articles series and includes recommended articles and links to pieces covering football history and, especially, football grounds
A club page on The Football Ground is the ideal starting point each day for football fans, saving them time and effort in finding everything relevant to their favourite football teams.
Our football ground is aimed at providing all the ingredients football fans would get from a match day experience: links to news, opinion, tickets, travel information, supporters’ clubs and social media banter on Twitter and Facebook.
As in a football programme, there are links to football results, tables, match reports and statistics as well as football history articles and background information.
We also want to become a leading football history resource and the merchandise you will find at our football ground offers links to football books on amazon, including our own series of football history books – First Football Histories – the first of which, ‘The Arsenal Story.’ has just been published and is available on amazon in print and Kindle formats.
For those not able to get to the game there are links to football on TV, videos, podcasts, blogs and forums. Fans can also use our Side by Side service to compare up to four Twitter streams from different clubs or countries and follow alternative views of the same match incidents from opposing fans (‘it was a clear dive’ / ‘it was a stonewall penalty’) – all without the time and hassle of having to find accounts and hashtags of other clubs or countries.
The Football Ground is a content aggregating site and is in no way endorsed, authorised or licensed by any of the third-party sites being linked to
You can contact us at any time via our Contact us page
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