|.net arrived in December 2007 and has gone on to become the UK's Number One fan based website. Our intention is to bring together communities who are passionate about what they do with their spare time. From Football and Fishing, Heavy Metal and Hollyoaks to Wrestling and Racing, we cater to fans of all persuasions.|
We have secured some of football's best known websites. Middlesborough's FMTTM, Blackpool's AVFTT, Portsmouth's TrueBlueArmy and Macclesfield's MaccFans are all the number one sites for fans of those clubs and our portfolio of sites is increasing all the time with more and more fans turning to Fansonline for the lastest news, views and banter on the message boards.
However, fansonline doesn't only serve football fans. We have a hugely succesful range of cricket sites, our fishing site has become a firm favourite with anglers, punters love our horse racing, boxing and formula one sites whilst who else could have a site for referee Jeff Winter and footballer Graham Sharp. We're not only sports orientated, we have sites for fans of specialist music and TV programmes such as X Factor and Strictly Come Dancing.
In January 2009, Fansonline.net had a revamp which gives it an image and a look which makes it distinctive from other fans sites. Our easy to use message boards have thousands of registered users whilst our front page stories will keep you up to date with your passion. As the network continues to grow, so the sites and users continue to do so. With big plans and ambitions for the future, Fansonline.net is the Number One Fans Website.
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Latest from Argyle Fansonline ++++ Argyle will be keeping their fingers crossed Crewe win Saturday\'s League Two play-off final to keep the miles down next season when the team hits the road. The fact Torquay missed out on promotion, losing to Crewe\'s opponents - Glocestershire-based Cheletenham ....
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A Legend Passes
Former world snooker champion Alex Higgins has died, after a long battle against throat cancer. Higgins 61 has recently been seen painfully thin for a sustained period. Higgins won the 1972 and 1982 World Snooker Championship, but his lifestyle quickly caught up with him after he quit the sport, and a heavy smoker, Higgins was to lose all his ....
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