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Welcome to Footstats

The Essential Data Source for understanding and analysis of the UK Football Scene. Review the League Tables, Discuss the Form Guide, Look at The Game, Find your Team and Judge those Referees.

Now incorporating all the major European leagues including the Italian Serie A, French Le Championnat, Spanish La Liga and German Bundisliga.

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Welcome to FootStats - the Premier Football Statistics and Analysis site

Footstats provides comprehensive analysis of statistics and data from the English Football Leagues (including Premiership and Championship) with results and tables since 2000. The site is partioned into five analysis areas of particular interest. League Tables covers positions of teams based on different criteria, our normal League tables based upon points and goal difference but also events during a match such as shots, goals, corners, fouls and cards (both the yellow and red variety). The Form Guide looks at current form over a number of games, whilst The Game gives statistics on individual games. Teams gives a thorough analysis of your favourite team, whilst Referees takes a look at the cards dished out by our man in black.

Footstats contains all Premiership, Championship and League One and Two data back to Season 2000/2001 courtesy of football-data.co.uk. The site is updated on a weekly basis during the season.

This site now also contains comprehensive analysis of statistics and data from the European Leagues (including Scottish, Italian Serie A, Spanish La Liga and German Bundisliga) with results and tables since 2001.

For charts and statistics, Footcharts provides detailed analysis of all data on the English and now European Football Leagues. There's also a prediction model which hopefully gives you the edge when you are having a punt.

Don't know the way to the Ground ? For Google directions to any ground in the four leagues make use of our Getting There section.

From time to time particular items of analysis will be posted in the news section.

Football fun is provided by our quick look at some of the howlers over the years, whilst up to date news courtesy of BBC, keeps everyone on their toes.

We would love to hear from you regarding the site. Feel free to contact us with your thoughts, ideas or analyses that you would find useful.

Above all, enjoy the site and enjoy your football !

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Football Howlers

I think the referee should be allowed to blow up now as a mercy killing, if you like Ron Atkinson

BBC Football News

Walcott signs new Arsenal deal

Arsenal and England striker Theo Walcott ends speculation about his future at the club by signing a new four-year deal.

West Ham United 2-2 Astra Giurgiu

James Collins sees red as West Ham surrender a two-goal lead, drawing 2-2 with Astra Giurgiu in the Europa League.

Southampton 3-0 Vitesse Arnhem

Southampton's first European match since 2003 ends with a 3-0 victory over Vitesse Arnhem in the Europa League.

Friday's gossip column

Manchester City's Edin Dzeko is set to join Roma, Sunderland striker Connor Wickham to sign for Crystal Palace, plus more.

Kairat Almaty 2-1 Aberdeen

Kenny McLean nets an away goal as Aberdeen lose narrowly to Kairat in the Europa League third qualifying round first leg.

Fenerbahce protest after Fred plays

Fenerbahce protest to Uefa after Shakhtar Donetsk played Brazil midfielder Fred, despite reports he has failed a doping test.

West Ham concern over Valencia injury

West Ham forward Enner Valencia is to have a scan on a knee injury he suffered against Astra Giurgiu.

Fulham's Symons sad to leave Wales

Fulham manager Kit Symons says he was disappointed to have to give up his role as assistant to Wales boss Chris Coleman.

Sow-inspired Hearts win Cup tie

Osman Sow fires a double as Hearts come from behind to beat Arbroath and progress to the second round of the Scottish League Cup.

Legia Warsaw player hit by 'stone'

A player is "hit by a stone" leading to a Europa League qualifier between FK Kukesi and Legia Warsaw being abandoned.

Aberdeen make longest Uefa journey

Aberdeen's trip to Almaty in Kazakhstan is the longest in European club football, a return journey of 6,830 miles.

Luiz wants Di Maria at PSG

David Luiz "hopes" Angel Di Maria will join him at Paris St-Germain as Laurent Blanc says a move for the winger is close.

Chelsea still team to beat - Shearer

Chelsea will still be the team to beat this season while Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers is under huge pressure, says Alan Shearer.

Spurs' Chiriches to join Napoli

Tottenham agree a deal for defender Vlad Chiriches to join Serie A side Napoli for an undisclosed fee.

Blues' Johnstone to join Morton

Former Celtic striker Denny Johnstone is to join Greenock Morton on loan from Birmingham City.

England 'everything to lose' - Berra

Scotland's Christophe Berra says England "have everything to lose" in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers between the two sides.

Dons sign ex-England defender Upson

MK Dons sign ex-England defender Matthew Upson on a one-year-deal following his departure from Leicester.

Burnley sign Darikwa from Spireites

Burnley sign full-back Tendayi Darikwa from League One Chesterfield on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

Work permit ends Austin's Owls move

Sheffield Wednesday's hopes of signing former Leeds midfielder Rodolph Austin are over as he will not get a work permit.

Newcastle in striker Toney talks

Newcastle United are closing in on a deal for Northampton Town striker Ivan Toney, reports BBC Radio Northampton.

Blackpool fined for pitch invasion

Blackpool are fined £50,000 for the pitch invasion that caused their game against Huddersfield in May to be abandoned.

Wilson signs new Bournemouth deal

Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson signs a new four-year contract with the newly promoted Premier League side.

Boy, 11, lands manager role for friendly

An 11-year-old AFC Fylde ball boy is promoted to the role of manager for a pre-season friendly against Bolton Wanderers.

FA backs Platini for Fifa presidency

The English Football Association gives its backing to Michel Platini's bid to become the next boss of Fifa.

VIDEO: Community Shield: 10 classic goals

Watch our selection of classic goals from the Community Shield and Charity Shield over the years.

VIDEO: Archive: Sir Bobby's emotional award

Six years on from the death of Sir Bobby Robson, watch his emotional speech as he receives the Lifetime Achievement award at Sports Personality of the Year in 2007.

VIDEO: Worldies, free-kicks & cheeky headers

Watch some of the best goals from Women's FA Cup finals before Saturday's showpiece between Chelsea and Notts County.

VIDEO: Great moments from the Women's FA Cup

BBC Sport looks back on the history of the Women's FA Cup before Saturday's final between Chelsea and Notts County.

VIDEO: Archive - Match postponed 29 times

From the archives, a report about one of the most postponed match in British football history: Inverness Thistle v Falkirk.

VIDEO: Scout Bob Bishop recalls George Best

Bob Bishop, the football scout who discovered George Best, reflects on Best's career

VIDEO: Shearer predicts 'tight' title race

Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer expects champions Chelsea to improve on last season, but predicts a "tight" race for the title in the new campaign.

VIDEO: I dreamed of being Hoddle - Hayes

Chelsea Ladies manager Emma Hayes tells BBC London how she dreamed of being Glenn Hoddle as a child ahead of the Women's FA Cup final.

VIDEO: Wednesday's Milk Cup match highlights

County Down earn a consolation 3-1 victory over Vendee and Malaga beat County Fermanagh 3-1 in the Premier tournament with Co Armagh holding semi-finalists Right To Dream to a goalless draw in the junior competition.

VIDEO: Mourinho: the master of mischief

BBC Sport looks at the mischievous things Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has said since returning to Stamford Bridge.

VIDEO: Dyke says Platini would reform Fifa

FA chairman Greg Dyke says Michel Platini would reform Fifa and that England supports the Frenchman's bid for football's top job.

VIDEO: Eric Cantona backs fans' buyout bid

Footballer Eric Cantona has backed a community buyout scheme by fans of cash-strapped Bath City Football Club.

The reluctant icon ready to make history

England defender Laura Bassett is aiming for FA Cup success after her World Cup heartache.

From Bermondsey to Wembley

Chelsea captain Katie Chapman on her start in football, World Cup bronze and the Women's FA Cup final.

NASL football looks for expansion

The second-level US football league, the NASL - a famous 1970s brand name - is looking to increase the number of its teams and score new commercial deals.

Free transfers: search for a bargain

A former £17m man, the old 'new Zidane' and a 2014 World Cup star. We look at the players still available on a free.

Shoe attacks as sport gets personal

An Irish 'womaniser', high heels win a fight, Carlton Palmer's first touch and other personal attacks in sport.

Mystery of missing Women's FA Cup

A winner of the first FA Women's Cup in 1971 hopes to find the missing trophy and hand it to the National Football Museum.

Transfer deals - July 2015

Track all the latest signings day by day throughout July in England, Scotland and across the world.

Manager ins and outs - July 2015

Track the managerial ins and outs and a list of every boss in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership.

Hibernian sign St Mirren's McGinn

Hibernian complete the signing of midfielder John McGinn after agreeing a development fee with St Mirren.

Cardiff squad good enough - Earnshaw

Former Wales and Cardiff striker Rob Earnshaw says Bluebirds fans should not be concerned about a lack of signings this summer.

Glens hope to have Allen for Shield

Premiership champions Crusaders face Irish Cup winners Glentoran in Saturday's Charity Shield match at Solitude.

Cup final is biggest game in Chelsea's history

Chelsea's Eniola Aluko says her team is not panicking about form ahead of Saturday's historic Women's FA Cup final.

Man Utd US tour: What did we learn?

New signings, absentee stars, keeping concerns and likely formations - what shape are Man Utd in for the new season?