Alright, football fans! Some smashing news this week as a number of clubs are set to have up to 10,000 fans back in grounds the week of the 17th May. We’re nearly there!
Here’s this week’s update from FanHub HQ.
We’ve added non-league content support!
Non-league is as big a part of the English game as any other – and we’re proud to announce that, as of this week, we’ve integrated content support for clubs outside of the 92!
We’ve already agreed with a number of non-league partners to feature their amazing podcasts and blogs on the app, and we’ll be continuing to expand that moving forward.
Non-league content can be accessed by changing the division to “other leagues” on the Fan Feed!
Join the FanHub Discord server!
Last week, we created the FanHub Discord server – and it’s fair to say it’s been a big hit so far!
The server can be used to talk football with the FanHub community, get tips from other content creators or, if you’re a cryptohead, discuss the latest crypto news in its dedicated channel.
Most importantly, though, it gives you the opportunity to see what we’re doing at FanHub, speak with the team, and put forward any suggestions or feedback you have. Our aim is to be as transparent as possible – and this is yet another step towards this.
The server can be joined via this link here.
Loathed Strangers Shield raises £8,000!
Last week, Swindon Town fans podcast and FanHub content partners Loathed Strangers held the inaugural Loathed Strangers Shield.
The game, which took place at the County Ground, was held in support of Prospect Hospice, a charity chosen by Swindon Town legend Alan McLoughlin who sadly passed away on Tuesday.
The fundraiser – which can be found here via JustGiving – is continuing to shoot up, and currently stands at an incredible £8,000.
Amazing work, guys – all for a brilliant cause and a brilliant man ?
Gills (just about!) still on top…
No changes in the top places over on the clubs leaderboard this week – but the Gills have had their lead decimated ahead of the final weekend in League One!
Pompey now sit right on their heals, just 0.35 behind the Kent side. Hull are a bit further out of it down on 54.89 – but it’s still all to play for!
Over on the individual fans leaderboard, it’s Stoke City controlling things with two out of the three top places taken up by Potters – congrats, georgeshenton and jord loud and proud!
And inbetween them is Cobblers fan leentfc97, who sits comfortably above Peterborough United fan and local rival seanziin 7th place. Great work, both of you – but we’re sure you’ll be looking to make that up this weekend Sean! ?