TEAMtalk has scoured the net to put together a list of independent football blogs and websites we recommend you add to your bookmarks.
World football, subculture, videos, photography and artwork - With a host of awards in the bag, IBWM has become one of the most influential websites around and has the trophies to prove it.
Michael Cox looks at anything that happens on the pitch, mainly focusing around the strategies and tactics of the coaches, but also looking at individual player styles too.
The Swiss Ramble looks at the business of football, analysing the finances of clubs throughout Europe.
The trials and tribulations of watching the beautiful game in 20 different languages.
The non-partisan website with an eye on the Football League.
Few football websites cover clubs from Arsenal to York City, but 200% has written about pretty much every team you could think of.
Transfer rumours, WAGs, funny pictures and videos...Who Ate All The Pies doesn't claim to be serious, and nor does it need to be.
The place to go to watch all the latest goals from the Premier League and across Europe.
BoSports.net is a betting information site with a special focus on sports that are popular in the Asian betting markets, including English Premier League football, NBA, plus much more.
The Football Ramble is most famous for its Podcast but has plenty to keep your eyes as well as your ears happy.
The multi-award winning blog site focusing on all things Arsenal.
Young Guns is an award-winning Arsenal blog written by Jamie Sanderson. It was formed in January 2008, and is the product of a bored teenager who became fascinated by the infamous Arsène Wenger quote: "We don't buy superstars, we make them."
The Villa Blog is the number one blog for supporters of Aston Villa. Never a dull moment and always fresh perspective. Honest and riveting from the home page to the countless comments on a match day.
TheChelseaBlog.org is an honest insight to the World of Chelsea FC. Not always pretty, sometimes rather cynical, but always realistic.
A site that aims to provide the most comprehensive and up-to-date independent resource dedicated to Everton FC on the web.
GrandOldTeam prides itself on offering Everton fans a place for intelligent and respectful debate about the issues that matter to them, offering a feature-rich, intelligent and moderated forum for its readers.
HammyEnd.com has been around for seven years now in various guises, but the aim has always been the same: to produce well-informed and enjoyable content by the fans for the fans.
Paul Tomkins is a published author that has a regular column on Liverpool's official website. On his own website, The Tomkins Times, he provides in-depth tactical and statistical analysis of the Reds.
Bitter and Blue, the longest established City blog, provides news, analysis, commentary and opinion.
RedMancunian.com, one of the leading Manchester United websites on the internet, offers daily updates, reports, pictures, video and much more on the biggest club in world football.
The aim of this blog, unsurprisingly, is to 'promote discussion and debate with regard to a host of issues surrounding our beloved Newcastle United.'
Holtamania is a blog. A blog about Norwich. Whether it's in depth tactics or stats, memories about Norwich in years gone by or just stupid pictures and bad jokes, it's all welcome.
A blog and fan site related to all things Reading FC.
SaintsWeb is the number one independent website for fans of Southampton Football Club, with regular blogs, a Prediction League and a forum.