Premier League soccer 2010/2011
This league has ended, but there will be more fantasy soccer competitions in the future. Congratulations to all the winners and thank you for playing!
We are currently developing a new fantasy sports system, which will be released some time later this fall.
How it works
Fantasy soccer is a game in which participants assemble an imaginary team of real life soccer players and score points based on those players' actual performance. The participants first choose a name for their team, select a formation structure, and then buy 11 players from a given budget of fictitious money.
Points are scored by the real life performance of the selected players, for example if they played for the full 90 minutes, scored a goal or contributed to a goal. Negative points are given for each yellow or red card your players receive and for every goal your goalkeeper concedes.
Each week a participant can make changes to his/her roster by buying or selling players. Naturally, all such changes must be within the participant's current budget.
A top list is automatically generated based on each fantasy team's total score. After the league is finished, prizes are awarded to the highest ranked teams, according to the pre-defined prize structure.
Articles about fantasy soccer
Aѕ thе popularity оf fantasy sports, particularly football, increases, thеrе is ѕomе fantasy football (FF) advice thаt ѕhоuld bе carried out bу evеry player.Written by Mike Campelson
Everyone wants to be the guy who drafted Jamaal Charles late in his breakout season.Written by TedLevin