Football forum to become the biggest in the UK, says Digital Sports Group

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Digital Sports Group today announced they plan to make the forum the biggest general message board of its kind in the UK.

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The forum is fundamentally a fun forum run by fans for fans and we don’t interfere in it’s operation in any way.

Digital Sports Group have long produced some of the biggest football fan discussion forums in the UK with Footymad being the biggest network of its kind for every professional football club in the nation. Footymad was the first and so successful was the format that rivals have copied the idea. The forum whilst covering most clubs in the world provides the opportunity for more wide-ranging topics that crosses club boundaries. DSG are excited about taking the football forum to the next level and encouraging the often excellent debate that goes on there and nowhere else.

Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say: “Everyone has an opinion about issue A, person B and incident C and we are very excited about that here at DSG. We have been proud to have provided some of the most active modern social places such as football forums on the internet over the years. The forum has been quietly providing a brilliant place to discuss football across every club and issue for a number of years and we think its time to open up our best kept secret to the wider audience. So pop along and get involved with a very friendly and knowledgeable community of football lovers!”

Simon Boynton, Managing Director of DSG believes that the football forum will become the largest single community for football fanatics in the world “The forum is fundamentally a fun forum run by fans for fans and we don’t interfere in it’s operation in any way. The forum is well moderated and they are always looking to encourage good discussion, not promote a particular view. What we are looking to do is raise its profile and widen it’s audience.”

Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as, and the Footymad network.

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