The North American Morris Dance Organization is an association with representatives from self-governing morris teams and individuals, which aims to: promote and maintain interest in the practice of morris dancing by women and men of all ages; serve as a hub for morris dance activity; support the preservation of North American morris dance history; and be part of the ongoing development and innovation of morris dance in all its forms.
Open Morris is a loose organization of morris teams in England. Their website has a listing of teams, publications, and useful links.
The Morris Federation is an association of self-governing morris teams in England. Their website includes archives, publications, team finder, and more.
The Morris Ring is an association of approximately 180 morris, sword, and mummer clubs/teams in England. Their website has a wide range of resources, including publications, information about the various traditions, morris music, and more.
This Google Map lists hundreds of morris teams throughout the world. It is easy to add/update team information and search by type of side.
From James Merryclough
This Facebook group discusses topics relating to Cotswold Morris.
This Facebook group honors morris dancing and its related forms of dance and performance. The group welcomes dancers, musicians, hobbies, mummers, and the occasional dedicated hangers-on who have an irrational love of bells.
The MDDL (“Muddle”) is an unmoderated listserv (email group) devoted to discussions, debates, and rants on all things morris, including: Cotswold, border, garland, Northwest, etc.; sword dancing, both long sword and rapper; mumming, mumming plays and other ritual drama; molly dancing, Abbots Bromley, plough dancing; winter festivals such as wassailing, caroling and Twelfth Night; May Day celebrations, including May poles and other rural festivities; and anything else we can think of that might be even the slightest bit morris related.
This video archive contains hundreds of videos of morris and sword dancing both from English and American teams 1912 – present.
From Anthony G. Barrand & Francisco J. Ricardo, Boston University
This website, hosted by the Childgrove Country Dancers, hold a wide range of videos of contra dances, English country dances, morris dances, and square dances. They are organized by dance title for easy reference by callers, musicians, and dance leaders.