That soccer is the king of sports in Spain is something as obvious as simply typing that word in the Google search engine, it produces a dizzying number of 476 million results. In other words, the network is literally awash in content around the ball.
Obviously this causes the number of soccer newspapers, pages and blogs to proliferate at a frantic rate every day. It is true that many of them start out with great enthusiasm but after a few months they are abandoned like a toy after Reyes. And it is that those of us who have as a hobby this writing know that the main obstacle that the blogger faces is precisely writing assiduously.
In this article we are going to review what, in our opinion, are the 5 best soccer blogs in Spain that fans can find on the net today. The fact that we ourselves own this humble soccer corner does not prevent us from valuing, recognizing and learning from the great work that is done in other blogs.
Panenka is the quintessential Spanish soccer magazine and to this is joined a web page where you can find some of those stories that are printed on paper. As they themselves say in their Manifesto, they are stories far from the mainstream , stories of human beings who win and lose.
The Panenka style is easily recognizable, offering a great quality in its articles and being able to touch the sensitivity of those who end up on its pages. Do not miss its Miradas section, a place where events from the world of football are discussed in depth that have earned their place in the history of football on their own merits.
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Blog focused on FCBarcelona news. Its author, Albert Moren, mixes an excellent, very defined style of his own together with technical analysis of matches. The pedagogical work he does thanks to the screenshots of tactical dispositions that he adds to many of his articles as well as his collection of videos is appreciated. Without a doubt In a Given Moment is a great soccer blog that will help you learn a lot about the beautiful game.
If you are a coach, you cannot stop visiting Fútbol en Positivo . Simple as that. In this blog you will find articles that cover crucial topics such as motivation in professional soccer, tactical exercises or physical preparation exercises.
Its author, Francis Luque, created Fútbol en Positivo in 2012 and throughout this time he has managed to compile material of great educational value that makes his page one of the best football blogs today.
Marcador Int actually began as a program on Radio Marca in 2007 under the full name Marcador Internacional. Hence, in the 2012/13 season, it spun off into what is now MarcadorInt, a soccer blog that has a group of collaborators where the well-known journalist Axel Torres stands out.
It is a website that mixes the opinion of the pgslot experts with all the news. To highlight the coverage they make, hence their name, of football beyond our borders.
A different website about the historic Racing de Santander . Initially focused on the day-to-day life of the Cantabrian club, it has recently been carrying out projects such as the narration of the 1993/94 season.
Museo Verdiblanco began as a Facebook group to which a page that has a large community of truly active followers is now added. Undoubtedly a meeting point for any good racing player who boasts and ultimately for everyone who likes football , especially the one of yesteryear.
Van Gaal’s Notebook
By now everyone knows La Libreta de Van Gaal and if this is not the case we encourage you to take a look. The image on the web was always associated with a brick, a symbol of Louis Van Gaal’s stubbornness .
Although it is not itself a blog, it was in its beginnings in 2004. Becoming a benchmark among soccer blogs, it has reinvented itself in a successful podcast (or Nodcast as its author calls it) where the essence of the project: treating sports journalism with humor.
Echoes of the Ball
Although they closed the project in May 2020 after more than ten years publishing, Ecos del Balon was a reference in terms of soccer blogs in Spain.
With a very refined style and a vast knowledge of football, several podcasts and the publication of a book were subsequently added to his website.
Today, your articles can continue to be read on a page that has remained open as if it were a public good.
We hope you enjoy what for us are the best football blogs and if you already add a sixth we will be eternally grateful;)