|Here's a list of the best blogs/websites I follow in relation to women's football and sport. It's an ever-growing list and by no means complete. Click on the images or Twitter links below to find out more about each website/organisation.|
|'SheKicks.Net' is by far one of the best websites for keeping up to date with women's football. It covers fixtures, results, news, interviews, careers, training courses, clothing, basically EVERYTHING! They also release a bi-monthly magazine and can be found on Twitter under the username @SheKicksdotnet|
'Women in Sport' is a newly launched monthly magazine hitting many of your local high street shops now. It's full of stories, interviews, advice columns, blogs, everything really covering all sports. It's easy to read, aesthetically pleasing and well worth the price for the content. The website is yet to be completed, but add your name to their mailing list for more information. Follow them on Twitter @WiSMagazine for a daily dose of all your women's sporting news.
|'JUST A BALL GAME?' is a campaigns and activist organisation for lgbt equality and diversity in football and sport. JBG are a unique team and committed in their goal to raise awareness of lgbt issues surrounding sport. With the help of patrons, lgbt communities, events, media coverage, partners and other forms of involvement, they are a growing force. Find them on Twitter @justaballgame|
|'Girls on the ball' is ran by Sophie and Rachel, who by all accord know EVERYTHING there is to know about women's football in the UK. Their passion for the beautiful game is obvious when reading their profiles, match reports and blogs. They cover the top 6 domestic leagues in England, cup matches, plus the top Scottish and Irish leagues. If that's not enough to tempt you, they even have a fellow supporter in their pet bunny 'Scotty', enough said! Check them out on Twitter at @Girlsontheball|
|'Sportsister' is the UK's leading website and digital magazine for all things to do with women's sport. With a very impressive website packed to the brim with news, events, travel, blogs, training advice, even nutrition, they really do cover all the areas for anyone currently involved or wanting to get involved in most of the mainstream individual and team sports. Follow them on Twitter @Sportsister|
|'The Sportist' blog is a smart, sleek and well written website with the latest news stories in women's sport. My favourite section is the "Women's sport vs Media", in which they detail recent articles/features in the main newspapers to see just how much (generally, very little) media coverage there is. Couldn't think of better motto to agree with-"Because women play sport too". Twitter page @Sportistblog|