A comprehensive guide to over 200 clubs in the top seven divisions of English football, as well an ever-growing source of information for dozens of clubs across Europe... Or at least it will be, once we've got it all up and running again.
As you may well have noticed, the new FSF site is still in beta testing mode, and we're in the process of migrating all the data across from our old site. Unfortunately, this is a rather drawn out process in checking all the new links work, all the images appear correctly, and in the case of our poor old ground guide, that lengthy process runs to a couple of thousand pages.
By the start of the season we intend to have the 92 league clubs up-and-running, as well as international guides to the upcoming European Champions League and Europa League fixtures, with our remaining non-league and international database being added shortly thereafter.
The FSF Ground Guide will always be a work in progress, because grounds, stands and surrounding areas are always changing for some club, somewhere, but that's where you come in. Our new ground guide will be wiki-able, which means you'll be able to update entries and recommendations for your fellow fans.
Because football fans are the best people to tell other football fans the information they are likely to need to know about their grounds, towns and cities, much of the information on this site is submitted by ordinary supporters. If you find yourself with some free time, have a look around the site over the coming weeks as the clubs continue to be added, and either update it straight away, or send us an email with anything that is incorrect, out of date or simply missing for your team, and we'll make sure it is updated.
Not only will this help to provide the single most useful resource for football fans in England and Wales, it will also ensure that the information on the site remains up to date, making sure we have the latest on the very best and very worst in our grounds the length and breadth of the country. Many thanks to the hundreds of you that answered our initial calls for help in submitting information for the guide, and those who continue to do so.