FULLER'S FANS GUIDE TO AUSTRIA AND SWITZERLAND We are due to launch our guide to Euro2008 - The Fuller's Fans Guide to Austria and Switzerland 2008 on the 1st December. Initially this guide will be published as a 110 page full colour PDF including full venue details of all 8 Stadiums and cities being used in June 2008. In each chapter there are details of hotels, bars, airports as well as practical details of the stadiums themselves. The book also includes chapters on other Austrian and Swiss stadiums for those who want to visit at any other time in the year. Now available as a free download from our partners at Calameo.
EUROPEAN FOOTBALL GROUNDS - A FAN'S GUIDE
We are pleased to announce that our next publication, the Top 75 European Stadiums - will be published by Ian Allen Ltd in Spring 2008. This book will cover some of the best known and loved stadiums in Europe, giving a brief guide on how to get there, how to get a ticket and more. The book can be pre-ordered from Amazon by clicking here.
Our three publications to date are all still available. They are:-
Budget Airlines Guide to European Football Our latest publication covers the Top 30 destinations, as voted for by fans, to watch football in Europe including Barcelona, Madrid, Milan and Paris. Each chapter covers the background and history of the clubs that play in the city, what the stadium is like, how to get there as well as the basics on who flies there, hotels and bars. Priced £9.99 and weighing in at over 240 pages it is a essential travel guide for anyone who wants to Do It Yourself in Europe. Click here to order a copy from Lulu.com our online print partner.
The Times recently included the book in their top guide books list for 2007. Click here to see their review in full.
Sweden's Fotboll Guiden magazine wrote this review in February 2007.
"The Supreme guide to watching football in Europe - 4 stars All of us are spending more money travelling abroad to watch football, and are faced with the same questions - where is the stadium? How do I use public transport ? How do I avoid being ripped off by ticket touts and hell hole hotels? This guide allows you to avoid all such irritations. The madcap Stuart Fuller has mapped out the whole of European Football for us all to explore and get the most out of our travels to places like Sparta Prague. The guide is aimed at the traveller who doesn't want to simply book into the Hilton and hire a limousine - it's for those people who want to do it themselves. It's also highly worth reading for those who simply want to stay at home.
"Yet another gem from the author - if you are looking for a cheap break away in Europe or are an avid fan of the beautiful game or both, well look no further. The author guides us through passport control without breaking the bank. If you buy just one travel guide in 2007, ensure this is in your trolley."
Fuller's Fans Guide to German Stadiums 2006 The first English language cuide to the World Cup in Germany was initially published in October 2005 featuring masses of information on the 12 Venue Cities. Each stadium is covered in detail, as well as dozens of hotels and bars reviewed for all of the locations. Despite the fact that the tournament has been and gone, this book is still a must for anyone who fancies a trip to Germany to watch a Bundesliga game or two. An additional chapter has been added covering details on those venues such as Duisburg, Bremen and Leverkusen that did not feature in the tournament. Now available as a free download from our partners at Calameo.
Rated by Sweden's Fotboll Guiden magazine as one of the 5 books every Football fan should have in their library - as relevenat today as it was during the build up to the World Cup.
Fuller's Mini Guide to the World Cup Whether you’ll be watching the games in the summer from the stands in Germany, in the pub with your mates or in front of your TV screen at home this guide will give you all the information about the 32 teams playing in the world’s biggest festival of football. Need to know the qualifying record of Togo, the secret behind Serbia’s mean defence or Paraguay’s previous World Cup record? This book will give you the answers and the details of the key men who will be making an impact in 2006. It also gives you an overview of the magnificent stadiums being used, their history and how to get to them by public transport if the urge to be there is too much. All in a handy pocket sized guide for under a fiver!
This guide is brought to you from the same people who produced the Fans Guide to Germany 2005/06 which details all aspects of the tournament and the host cities from a travelling fans perspective and has been described as Indispensable by the Daily Telegraph
Presented in a pocket-sized format, this guide to the 2006 Football World Cup covers all the teams, the coaches, the players as well as the stadiums. A few copies are still available by clicking here or going to Amazon.co.uk. RRP £4.99