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Many independant retailers have minis suitable for use in Bloodbowl (but if you intend to go to an official tournament, most of them insist that you use GW figures!)
Shadowforge - based in Australia, specialises in female figures, and is famed for both it's Nun and Bunny Girl teams.
Heresy - based in England, featuring the 'Deathball' range of figures, which includes a head coach model, Boris, the signature character of the company in both player and referee guises, multi-part Ogres and a Minotaur. The range also features plenty of other figures with great conversion possibilities. Note that many of the figures require assembly, so are best suited to experienced modellers.
Goblin Forge - based in France, currently a very small range, but the depiction of an Orc thrower, female Ogre, Elf wide receiver and a couple of Goblins are top drawer. The Workshop section has greens of some fantastic forthcoming evil Dwarf and Dwarf Centaur miniatures.
Impact! Miniatures - based in both the UK and USA, Impact! take a co-op approach to making miniatures, by paying individual sculptors for their work and selling the castings. They have a Snow Troll, Wizard, Deadlings, Imps (similar to Snotlings) and Reptiliads, a Dark Elf Runner, Egyptian mythos models, Big Guys and teams made in resin to reduce costs, all designed for Fantasy Football.
Phil's Phigs (now sold by Impact! Miniatures) - featured a very good Valkyries team, amongst others, and produced multi-part Human models not long before ceasing operations.
Neomic Miniatures - some alternate Human and Orc fantasy football miniatures; the Orcs are especially good.
Roll Jordan - Features a wide variety of miniaturs for sale.
Willys Miniatures - some very high quality fantasy football models including Star Players replacements.
Apocalypse Miniatures - a new manufacturer hoping to produce Stunty Leeg teams. Their first team is a Goblin team.
Black Scorpion High quality resin teams of several of the major races for very low prices.
Talk Fantasy Football thread (login required) - Formerly known as Talk Blood Bowl, the longest running fantasy football forum has a list of alternative models.
Fantasy Football on Wikipedia - Describes the genre to which Blood Bowl belongs, and lists a number of miniature companies that make Fantasy Football figures.