The FA and the Premier League have successfully had sites including Rojadirecta, LiveTV and Drakulastream placed on a blocklist that means that internet service providers are not allowed to show those sites to customers, according to TorrentFreak.
The football association has successfully obtained a court order to ban live football websites from web browsers as it continues the clampdown on illegal streaming.
The blocks will be gradually rolled out and bring the full number of sites to 128.
A range of sites accused of aiding piracy have been placed on the list, including more conventional torrenting pages. More are expected to be added in the coming months, with copyright owners asking UK courts to ban sites.
The football associations that got the bans have an option to add other sites to the list if they spring up.