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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 who specialises in female figures. It is famed for both it's Nun and Bunny Girl teams. Additionally, they currently have all female squads for Elf, Dark Elf, Human, and Orcs.
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.
(link not responding) 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.
Comixininos.com - based in Spain, apparently now has the Goblin Forge figures, and apparently carry figures from several other manufacturers. It appears they have complete team sets for every official team and then some, and they ship world-wide.
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 have teams that fit every official team and sculpts that would be great from MANY Secret League teams.
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.
Iron Golems - based in Spain, currently offering a Dwarf, Dark Elf, Wood Elf, High Elf, Human and Halfling teams as well as some interesting box stadium/terrain.
Gaspez Arts (Italy) - Good alternate models for most races.
Maki Games Chaos and Wood elves
Txarli Factory Lizardman and Skaven teams.
Roll Jordan (Royal Art Games) - based in Italy, features a wide variety of miniatures for sale. Offered teams include: Horned Frogs, Necro, Norse, Silvania (female wood elf), Tengu (Japanese themed skaven/goblin/ogre), Volamrian (chaos dwarf).
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 current range includes a Goblin and a female Chaos team.
Black Scorpion (UK) High quality resin teams of several of the major races for very low prices.
Norba Miniatures A Spanish company with Bretonian and Samurai teams.
Greebo GamesSome beautiful teams. Several elf, human, and undead teams.
RN EstudioMore teams from several possible factions.
Atlas MiniaturesHumans, Elves, Dwarfs, Chaos, Ogres, and more.
Punga MiniaturesPirate Skaven and Savage Orcs
Uscarl Miniatures Goblin, Norse, Chaos Dwarf, Dark Elf, and Skaven teams
Scibor MiniaturesSteam punk Dwarf team and Ogre players
Hungry TrollLizards, Goblins, Chaos Dwarfs, Amazons, and more.
Fanath Frogs, Lizards, Chaos, Humans, and a pair of Elf teams
Sukubus Studio Dark Elf, vamp, Norse, Daemonette and Amazon teams
Goblin Guild Miniatures Skaven, Chaos Dwarves, and Chaos Pact teams
Coolminiornot Kaosball is a spin off on the blood bowl idea. The miniatures would work for several Blood Bowl teams. The Others: 7 Sins product line is great for deamon teams. Zombicide has great miniatures for Undead and even Orcs.
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.
Star Player Shop Miniatures for all official teams except Slann.
Hero ForgeDesign all of the players for your own team. Then you can print them on your 3-D printer. Huge variety that would cover almost all of your needs.
(Links current as of 3rd of July, 2019) Links added by Kondor