The newly-launched World Cup is over, but the football passion – NOT!

Newly-launched fans community is try to unite football fans from different teams

Online PR News – 12-August-2014 – European union, Sofia – The newly-launched aims to provide a platform for football (soccer) fans across the world to get together to discuss all things football.

While online football interaction has exploded in recent years, even the most popular sites have their limitations. FansPub’s mission is to simply cut through the tedium and put football fans in touch with one another quickly and directly.
Fanspub provides the opportunity to everyone for whom football is a passion, vocation or profession to communicate freely with each other. Managers, coaches, football strategists, players, referees, hardcore fans, or just fans can connect easily with each other or discuss important topics, or form larger groups of followers around such opinions or preferences so expressed. Thus, FansPub allows an opportunity to a number of advertisers to reach the widest possible audience emotionally involved with sport.

Part of FansPub’s is a wonderfully diverse forum. There you can find anything from transfer rumour-mongering to tactical debates - many FansPub users are incredibly knowledgeable and it’s easy to get lost for hours going back-and-forth with them.

But unlike traditional football sites, FansPub can tailor news feeds specifically to the interests of individuals. Upon entry you’re invited to select your favourite team(s), allowing you to get the information you want, without the chore of trawling through endless pages of unrelated babble.

Once you sign in FansPub, you have the option to add up to 7 favorite teams to watch out for and connect with other fans. For every added football team, fans are given the opportunity to publish interesting articles via Premium Field and Fans field, to complete the history page of each team, as well as to follow the upcoming matches and the ranking of the team in major leagues.

While the FansPub’s live updates are as meticulously detailed as any you’ll find online, it also provides fans the kind of direct communication between with others that you only really get on social media. There’s a ‘fan social engine’, private messaging, team discussion pages, in-match forums and prediction pages.

In-match pages is very interesting and looks like the most live score pages, but the fans of each teams that play, can make direct communication for this match.

The range of teams for which FansPub provides news and updates is staggering. While it offers the typical selection of teams from the most popular European leagues (Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, etc), FansPub also caters for fans of more obscure top-flights, including the Ukrainian Premier League, Liga MX and the Uruguayan Primera División. Clubs from a full 12 top divisions are represented, plus all the international sides in this year’s World Cup. FansPub have also promised you to regularly add even more leagues.

All in all, FansPub is a cross between Facebook and a traditional football news site, it uniquely provides football news with the feeling of a real connectedness with others.

Since FansPub is still a new site, there’s a good foundation of content available, which will continue to grow as the site gains more followers and time passes. Don't lose your time, and be a part of world most football hardcore fans in now!