Nowadays it is a real shock to find someone who doesn’t use any form of social media. Whether it is for personal use or for work purposes, social media is an integral aspect to many peoples lives. To put it in perspective, in 2025 around 4.41 people are expected to have a presence on social media. 

Now like many of you I'm sure apps like twitter and instagram are used very frequently to keep up to date with the latest football news. However, with so many accounts, it’s not easy to find ones that suit your interests, especially if you are new to a platform. Let’s take a look at some that you should be following (if you’re not already);


With over 840k followers, WhoScored is a very popular account on Twitter and for good reason. It’s very easy to get bogged down with meaningless statistics about the game, whoever WhoScored provides interesting and informative data complete with high quality graphics that any stat loving fan won’t be able to get enough of.

Another account that deals with the numbers of the game is Squawka. If you love analysing football then these are two accounts you need to be following. 


Moving on, not everyone wants to read about XG or how good Manchester City’s possession stats are. So if you want to discover all about the different cultures of the beautiful game then look no further than Copa90. Everything ranging from our love of non league football to the intensity of fan culture in South America, these guys have it all covered. 

In addition, a slightly more niche account that should be given an instant follow is Futbol Romantics. Capturing the romance of our beloved game from all corners of the globe. This account puts out images and videos from all over the world of football that will make you fall in love with the game all over again. If you like stunning aerial shots of football stadiums then this account is certainly for you. 

It goes without saying that all football clubs have their own pages. They are some of the most followed accounts on social platforms and it is crucial that their presence is felt.

But why is this the case?

Stick around for our next blog as we discover why having a strong social media presence is so important for football clubs.