|Now sadly a "Premium TV" clone site the same as virtually every other Football League and Premier League official site. The Daggers' Official Website is still a great resource for news and match reports.
Now as much a sales tool as a source of information, expect to be bombarded with offers you can't refuse. Daggers Player, where live commentaries and other exclusive content is available for a subscription has at best been "patchy" to date, but is improving.
The supporters club also use the official site to get their away travel and
other information to the world.
||The Daggers local paper, and now the sponsor of the match day
programme (having taken over from the Recorder) The Post, is available online. It has an annoying habit of trailing stories with "full
details in this week's paper" which is not a lot of use if you live
outside the area and still concentrates mainly on he
"Appy Ammers" but is a good source of news.
The site is usually updated on a Wednesday.
||The Daggers other local paper, The Recorder, is now available online and is a good source of
news, although this can be a little behind the times. It's main correspondent on the club is the famous Phil Ravitz who often
writes like he'd rather be doing something other than watching the Daggers
for a living! Phil also writes for the official club site which is a
|Wanstead & Woodford Guardian
||The Daggers local paper (Redbridge) which previously
provided good news coverage of goings on at the club and match reports etc.
Last season the paper downgraded its commitment to the Daggers, but does
still carry some stories.
The site is usually updated on a Thursday.
|BBC Sport Daggers Page
||The BBC provide a decent service for all Football League clubs since getting the rights to match highlights which are shown late on Saturday evenings. Highlights are up on the website generally a day or two after each game, but are only viewable in the UK. The news reporting, particularly match previews can be patchy in detail and accuracy, but this is a good source of information on
what is going on at the club.
|BBC Essex Sport
||BBC Essex reports from all Daggers games and carries the occasional match commentary as well. As a new feature they are putting their audio match summaries up on their website after games for people outside of the broadcast area.
Unfortunately they no longer do webcasts from Daggers games, and are no longer providing commentaries on all the clubs away games.
|We Only Need 9 Men
|We Only Need Nine Men is a Dagenham and Redbridge FC fan
site. Lots of interesting, blog style ramblings on "random bollocks" associated with the
Daggers, it often takes a sideways look at the Daggers and the
"Legends" feature in particular is growing into a real internet
The name was inspired by the Daggers winning the Ryman Premier League title in April 2000, coming from behind to beat Hampton and Richmond Borough after having 2 players sent off.
|Full Metal Dagger's Blog
||Currently the best of the Daggers regular bloggers, this is regular forum poster FullMetalDagger's take on all things Dagenham & Redbridge. This also features guest writer Jerkfromthecoach on a regular basis. Never dull!
|Sky Sport's Daggers Blog
||Hosted by Sky Sports, what was formerly Ricky Butler's blog has been passed over to Anthony Hodgson with the journalistic greats defection to Shoot. This is generally a good read and at present is being updated regularly.
|Shoot Daggers Blog
||Hosted by everyones favourite football magazine from the 80's, now on the web, Ricky Butler now writes here. Ricky's superior standard of journalism means that this is generally a good read and at present is being updated regularly.
|The History of the Daggers 1949 to 1992
|This site is dedicated in keeping Dagenham FC's past alive. The site carries season by season results and statistics for the original club and is a true labour of love.
|Michael Wray's Football Spreadsheets
| Michael Wray provides free downloadable Excel
spreadsheets to allow you to track and follow many football
competitions across the globe including all the top five English Divisions.
| DaggerNet is Mark Buckingham's excellent
take on all things to do with Dagenham & Redbridge. The site featured match reports including match statistics, a Man of the Match vote following games. The site stalled in late 2003 but is still there and an excellent source of
|The Original Unofficial
||Steve McGregor no longer provides match reports, but the site still
has a lively forum (linked on the main page of DiggerDagger also) and a rather splendid revolving image of Victoria Road
on the front page (made before the erection of the new stands).
||Seems to have stalled in 2003 but is still there.
Mad's Daggers Site
||Not actually run by anyone, the site has little to offer,
but the computer-generated match previews are worth a laugh and the
prediction league is fun.