Worth a click…..

Below is a list of my favourite football / Hull City sites, that I think you might enjoy too….

Please keep checking back – will continue to update


Football Ground Guide – the Wikipedia of away days. Run by Blue Nose Duncan Adams, and put together over many years, well worth a visit before you head off for your next ground tick (decent forum too);

92.NET – another online community Ground Guide, but with a function whereby users can also rate all aspects of a ground visit. Site also features a good range of blog entries (which at some point will also feature Ground Grab…!);

Away Chips – very readable online ground tick blog, focussed on the North West;

GroundTastic – another great ground hopping site covering all levels of the football pyramid;


Project Babb – amusing blog found via The Telegraph, looks at the lighter side of the game;

Football Supporters Federation – tireless campaigners for preservation of the game for the enjoyment of fans;

The Blizzard – ‘Pay-What-You-Like’ football fanzine, one of the best going;

When Saturday Comes – one of the better known paper based fanzines, worthy of subscription;

Outside Write – ‘anti modern football’ blog. Great set of articles focussing on the football’s better side – i.e. more about fans than money;


Amber Nectar Fanzine – high quality online Hull City fanzine, complete with great match reports and features. Great forum too (though not for the easily offended……);

City Independent – another solid Hull City fanzine, and once subject to match reports c/o Ground Grab;

Hull City Southern Supporters – membership of this Hull City fan’s group is a must for exiles based in The South;

BLOG – Boothferry to Wembley – a Hull City blogger to aspire to, great read including match reports;

Three O’Clock at Kempton – lighter view of things Hull City;

City Till We Die – quite possibly the most important Hull City site going at present, official website of the tireless campaign group City Till We Die, whose sole aim is to put the brakes on the ludicrous proposal to rename Hull City as Hull Tigers;

On Cloud Seven – effectively the Wikipedia of Hull City…..;


– My old uni housemate, Mike Perkins, owns two cracking pubs in Birmingham: The Post Office Vaults (also featured on Worth a Sup) and The Woodman;

– My old boss, Glynn Purnell, doesn’t need these plugs at all, but check out Purnell’s Bistro, and if you fancy spending a few more coins, Purnell’s Restaurant – his book is also well worth a read;

– An old colleague of mine, James Yeomans, has set up a great microbrewery, Hop Stuff, and recently supplied my wedding with a very drinkable pale ale. Check them out, and also where they supply if you are on a London away day.



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