Welcome to our new home!

It's here at last - the all new, fully renovated, revamped, rehabbed and pumped up FourFourTwo website.

It's still got all the old features of the website like quick links to all the Socceroos or A-League stories or stories about the local clubs, plus rolling news 24/7 from all over the world, instantly accessible by the name of the league or competition.

We've got even more news and made it even easier to read!

The new site also has the latest responsive design technology which means it scales down to whatever size browser you're viewing it on - be it a 27" desktop or a 4" mobile phone, you can keep up to date with all your news all the time.

As well as the slick new design, we have now incorporated Stats Zone into website for the first time which will give EVERYONE instant access to the very latest analysis and statistical breakdown of matches in the A-League, EPL, Bundesliga, Serie A, La Liga and more AS IT HAPPENS.

Now you no longer need the app on an iPhone to see this treasure trove of info - anyone on any platform with a net connection can see it anywhere.

We've also expanded our features section with much more content for some riveting longform reads to keep you enthralled. Every day there will be something new there for you to enjoy.

Our new site means tighter links with our sister mags overseas which means also more coverage from across the globe to complement our excellent local content.

There will be something for everyone - guaranteed.

Plus we'll still have competitions, the forums are still as popular as ever (with links to our latest Australian stories now posted automatically) and the podcast will be back with a bang after our little summer holiday!

Keep track of events on our Facebook page and Twitter feed as we have some AMAZING giveaways to be won by eagle-eyed readers to celebrate the new site's launch today - but you'll need to be a registered user to win, so sign up now!

Glad to have you on board and enjoy the new site!



I have noticed some criticism of the new format, but personally I am very happy with it. It's very clean, easy to read and simple to negotiate and focus on personal interests (e.g. ALeague). Well done. By the way 'whollyphillipines', I am quite sure that the regulars have already submitted posts since the changes were introduced last week. You can't keep a committed poster quiet for long.

Whilst I still prefer the old site, I find this one easy to read and navigate.
But where are all the contributors - e.g. MV gets thrashed 5-0 and only six (6!) comments. In the good old days it would have been 106.
Is the new site restricting the number of comments to be published? Or are contributors doing a Northender job?

It may have something to do with having to recreate your account. I had to as it didnt recognise my username or password.

I dont mind the look of the site but disappointed in the number of comments that are being contributed, exactly as Merlot said earlier. only 6 comments regarding the Nix thrashing MV

It seems that the A/L has about 30% of content to the overseas items.
I would like a total site with only A/L news as I don't have too much interest on the world scene and I'am sure there are other people with the same view.

Yes! absence of comments is weird and not good. I had to reset my password twice, so that's a barrier.

The new site is almost unusable for me on my iphone.
Too slow to load and can't see the images at the top of the page.

Good stuff 442au - still but still working my way around. Is clearly better, and am sure will continue to do so.
See ya's in the box....

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