Here at Topbettingsite.co.uk, we have compiled the ultimate guide to British sport related blogs that push the boundaries of covering the industry we love to read about. We have featured a vast variety of websites from humour and news to fan sites and analysis. They are placed in alphabetical order for your ease. Our own top 22 sport related blogs that we have displayed and compiled below take into account many different metrics from social accounts that the websites are active on, quality of the published content, domain authority and how popular they are among sports fans.
Blog about Sport
Blog about Sport offers a variety of articles and reviews on basically every sport that is out there. We highly recommend them as they have high-quality content on topics like football, athletics, rugby and many more. They also have sections on not so popular sports like yachting, wheelchair sports, and skateboarding.
Blood and Mud
Blood and Mud launched in 2007 and has since then been one of the top sites that truly harness the rugby culture by actually knowing the game and its fans. However, this blog is not one of those super serious sites that tend to be a little stale. Blood and Mud is the perfect combination of fun and knowledge of rugby.
Launched in 2009, Blue Days is the best fan blog for Manchester City out there. They are the first to publish news related to the club. However, they do not only provide news but also share analysis and other features related to the team. If you are a Manchester City fan, you should dive in!
Bread and Butter Football
From a simple football phrase, comes a simple idea. A blog that can be used to spread your views to other fans worldwide. The website launched in 2012 and has since then been a wonderful platform for football fans all over the world to share their ideas.
Caught Off Side
If you are a football fan, and you have not heard of Caught Off Side, you were probably living under a rock until now. This is the world’s most popular football related blog. They have the best Premier League section that we have seen in all of our years of research. If you consider yourself a football fanatic, this is the first place you should head to.
Dispatches From A Football Sofa
Some of you might know this blog as Dispatches from a World Cup Sofa. The site launched as a lone voice that felt very distressed at having to miss a football match during the World Cup because of work commitments. Since its launch, the site has been offering daily intelligent discussion on the issues and themes that arise from occurrences in South Africa.
We can honestly say that Football Economy is one of the best football blogs in the United Kingdom. They are mainly focused on the culture, the government and finances of the game. They update the page on a regular basis, so we advise you to check the page often.
Four Four Tweet
This blog covers absolutely everything that is remotely related to football. It is one of the most extensive and content-rich sites that we have seen in our years of experience. We strongly recommend them to any football fan out there!
It’s Round and It’s White
This independent site offers a wide variety of up to the minute news updates and opinions on football from all over the world. Their content is written from a mixture of journalists and passionate fans, and the aim of the blog is to provide you with a wealth of articles to cover the mass of issues concerning football.
This blog is mainly focused on Cricket. It is mainly for those of us who spend most of their time in front of a computer. We strongly recommend it to all of the Cricket fans out there.
KUMB or Knees Up Mother Brown has been online for 20 years. It is a blog created by West Ham United, which offers the perspective of the fans on the team’s current affairs. The best thing about this site is that it is a free organisation, which gives them the right to speak honestly about the club.
This is the most popular Cyclist blog on the web. Its aim is to make everyday cycle a bit more enjoyable. On London Cyclist you will be able to find the best cycling routes, as top gear and even how to develop as a cyclist. What we love about this site is that it connects people as it allows cyclists to share stories, tips and ideas.
Read Liverpool FC
We simply love the concept of this blog. It brings talented, young writers together to show the world what people can do. The Liverpool fan site is just the tip of the iceberg, as it brings all of the related news and basically everything that happens in the club. If you are a fan of the club, you should definitely check them out!
Scotzine or Scottish Football Matters is a daily news and features blog, which is dedicated to the most popular game in Scotland. The blog is written by football fanatics, and every article is a piece of art. If you love the game and particularly its Scottish division, this is the right place for you!
The Liver Bird
This is a blog supporting Liverpool. Its aim is to create a safe haven fans of the club all over the world. This blog has received two awards for the Best Female Football Blog. It is a strong recommendation on our list.
The 4th Official
The 4th Official is a football blog based in the United Kingdom, which focuses on the bigger stories that currently surround the world of football. The site’s aim is to provide a nonbiased view of the game from the football fanatics viewpoint.
The Ball Is Round
This blog has been online since late 2006 and is a haven for the hardcore football fanatic. They provide their readers with everything between news and analysis of the game. We strongly recommend you to give them a visit.
The Two Unfortunates
The Two Unfortunates launched in 2009 and is currently one of the top blogs about football in the United Kingdom. Their focus is mainly on the great teams, the hopeless teams, as well as the unexpected rivalries that happen in the league. This is a firm recommendation for any football fan out there.
The Rugby Blog
In this site, you will be able to get your daily fix of discussions and opinions among supporters of the game. This blog allows you to share your views and see what other people have to say about what happens on and off the field. The best part is that The Rugby Blog encourages its readers to get involved by leaving comments and suggesting what topics should be covered.
Three and In
This football blog brings you a mixture of the latest information about the game. This mix is typically in the form of manager and player quotes from the newest Premier League Interviews as well as analysis of the game in a worldwide spectrum from the point of view of a football fanatic.
Two Hundred Percent
This highly successful blog started out in 2006 and is mainly focused on the history of football. The blog has received numerous football-related awards. If you are a fan of Britain’s favourite sport, we advise you to check out their weekly podcasts as well.
Width Of A Post
This is an independent blog that provides comprehensive coverage and opinions on everything related to Bradford City. What we love about this site is not only that it is quite informative, but it is also entertaining. There are just too many dull and serious sites out there. Width of a Post has managed to find the perfect balance between fun and serious.
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