About the The Rink community
The Rink is an online community for Professional Sports Fans and Hockey Fans. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
Hockey site covering Blackhawks! GoAvsGo! Home of the RinkRats.
SportsJawA social network for sports fans and bettors. Designed by sports bettors for sports bettors Get personalized scores, odds, advanced analysis and tap into the largest community of sports bettors.
Cricket WebCricket Web boasts one of the busiest cricketing communities on the web with a hugely popular discussion forum. Has the largest collection of cricket book reviews on the internet, and full featured blog articles.
CricketSocialCricketSocial is a dedicated social platform for cricket aimed at anyone involved in cricket to build their cricket community, connect with other cricket buddies, network and uncover opportunities across the globe. CricketSocial can help automate all aspects of a sports organization starting from application process, collecting payments, building team site, events & schedule management, collaboration and communication, cricket administration, squad management, data analytics, e-commerce, fan engagement, on-line scoring, live streaming and highlights.
Cricket Mentoring CommunityHelps serious & committed cricketers all around the world perform at their best more consistently. A global community of like-minded cricketers and coaches that will help improve cricket skills, develop mindset, and understand the game better.
Big Soccer ForumFor simplicity and an organized overall approach, Big Soccer is the perfect way to go. This is a message board that has categories for anything, and there seems to be a great variety of fans. People stay relatively civil, although there are always bound to be a few issues popping up.
Talk Football 365The activity levels on this message board fluctuate from time to time, but it is still considered a pretty good option for those who want to stay engaged. Having soccer fans from all over the world, it is a pretty welcoming place for people who are starting now. Out of all the ones to make this list, this might be the most user-friendly for first-time posters trying out message boards.
FootballForums.netThis website had its first beginnings in the United Kingdom, but they have expanded globally so that fans from all over can join and have some fun. It is a great way to gather information as a fan, learn about some betting tips, and more. There are still a few hundred active members at any given time, so the activity is pretty good for people who are worried about that.