Many of the links on this page are
to sites which have aided my research, for which I'm eternally grateful.
I've also included some of my own personal favourites. For links to the 51 Saturday senior Nottinghamshire club sites click
here. If you would like me to consider a reciprocating
link to your site, then contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
||Nottinghamshire's governing bodies website. Acres of info regarding
grassroots football from across the county for both sexes & all ages.
Be sure to catch the free downloadable monthly magazine
||A speedy results service,
regular news & a well used message board are just a few highlights of
the Nottinghamshire Senior League's excellent and professional website
||Extensive offering from the Northern Counties East
League with a well maintained results services & numerous detailed
drop down menus to explore
|| Glossy and excellently maintained Northern
League offering everything you need to know about the NPL, with
added extras of a transfer latest and monthly award section
||Conclusive coverage of mainly the Conference, but also
Conference North & Conference South. Innovative 'your say' & video
||Regularly updated guide to non-league results and
tables across the UK & Ireland, including the Notts Amateur
Alliance, NSL & CML.
|| Links to East Midlands league sites, as well as
various football sites from across the UK
notts saturday football clubs (MAA, NAA & Newark Alliance)
||This is without doubt the online bible of world stadia.
It may all be in German, but fortunately the international language of
football grounds has no boundaries. Sadly, this is now a subscription
service so only for the connoisseur
||Fine UK website covering stadia from across the
globe. Nice future stadia section
||Excellently mapped stadium guide, but real gems are the
theory of stadium principles (for anoraks only!) and the proposed Sicilian
stadium, Stadio Dči Palici - a work of art
||As Mr Floate himself
points out - "Don't expect to see the new grounds - I prefer big
covered terraces and pitched-roof grandstands, without an off-the-shelf
'stand' in sight" Do not miss the floodlight section - pure genius!
||A photographic gem for the real non-league connoisseur.
Not just grounds covered here, but dug outs, floodlights, huts and even
rollers! A superb links page too.
||German groundhopping website with some particularly
colourful photography portraying the fierce intensity of Polish football
||Detailed stadia site, offering a vast array of photos,
but with the added bonus of details on capacities, average crowds, and
even lighting lux
||Flagship for The Football
Traveller magazine, noteworthy site for its fine discussion board and details
of up-and-coming 'hops'. Well worth a visit
||The site of the late, great, statistical master.
Contained updated attendances from
the Premiership right down to Step 7, with accurate guidance on restructure implications.
Sadly Tony died of liver cancer in 2009. R.I.P.
||Football Club History Database providing a statistical
history of clubs in England & Wales. Includes league & cup
results, with bias is shown towards big clubs, village sides and
long-forgotten names of the past are given equal coverage
|| A comprehensive links site covering everything
from ground developments to players websites. Well worth a scan
||The definitive guide to the English non-league football
pyramid. Succeeds in its mission to show how non-league football is
structured in England
||Home page to Sheffield F.C. Has the honour of being the
only linked non-Nottinghamshire club site, due to the wonderful
observations of life groundhopping in the 'Trev's Travels'
section, including grounds in Notts.
||Website for the AFS (Association of Football
Statisticians), the world’s leading organisation of football
statistics and historians. Subscription site, but plenty of gripping
articles on football in general to peruse for free, and some stunning
||The online bible for researching world football
derbies. Superb coverage from every derby imaginable. Hours of entertainment
||Worldwide, up-to-date league database covering 52
countries, 813 seasons and 2391 teams - the stats speak for themselves.
||Reliable web building site for football clubs, hence
there are loads of teams that can be found from all over the country through
here. Great place for teams looking to build their own site.
||Online football score prediction league for
individuals, teams or workmates. Not only is it fun, but it's free!
||The register of English Football Facilities. An astounding
mapping aid that could put my site out of business! This unique database
allows footballers to find their local football pitches and grounds and
informs them of the type of facilities they can expect to find there.