A selection of my favourite football websites and links to football broadcasters.
Live Football On TV
Live Football on TV iPhone and iPad App (iOS) - The official Live-FootballOnTV.com iPhone / iPad app (iOS).
Live Football on TV Android App - The official Live-FootballOnTV.com Android app.
Live Football on TV Twitter - Follow Live Football on TV on Twitter.
Live Football on TV Facebook - Like Live Football on TV on Facebook.
Sky Sports Football - The home of football on TV in the UK.
BT Sport - Watch the top games with BT.
BBC Football - The latest BBC Football news plus live scores, fixtures, results, tables, video, audio, blogs and analysis for all major UK and international leagues.
ITV Football - A definitive guide to English, Scottish, European and World football (Soccer). Constantly updated with the latest news, views, analysis and gossip.
Zonal Marking - Football Tactics, Formations, Diagrams, Chalkboards and Graphs.
WhoScored - Revolutionising Football Statistics.
Swiss Ramble - Brilliant analysis of the business of football.
101 Great Goals - An online collection of all of the latest and greatest football goals.
Football Ground Guide - A fans guide to football grounds and stadiums in England and Wales.
Four Four Two - "The Ultimate Football Magazine"
When Saturday Comes - "The Half Decent Football Magazine"
Guardian Football Weekly - James Richardson, Barry Glendenning, Sid Lowe and the rest of the Guardian's football writers bring you their Sony award-nominated, twice-weekly podcast - mixing puns and punditry, a round-up of all the action from the Premier League and around Europe.
The Football Ramble - A football podcast like no other. Football banter with Jim, Lukey, Marcus and Pete.
TheGame - TheGame Podcast is a weekly must listen football podcast from Times Online. Featuring Gabriele Marcotti, TheGame will have all the latest football news, exclusive interviews and all the inside information. With expert contributions from The Times' top football writers and experts, TheGame will have in depth coverage of the Premiership.