The June discount for 2019/20 Fantasy Football Scout memberships for 2019/20 has now expired.
However, you can still sign up for the new season.
From today onwards the cost of Scout Membership for the new campaign will be £17.50.
This is a £2.50 increase on the usual price of full-season Memberships.
Over the years we have made steady improvements to what our Members can enjoy and we will be re-investing back into the site to enhance it further in 2019/20.
However, we recognise the support of our loyal members which is why we ran the usual discounted rate of £12.50 until July 1.
If you’re new to the benefits of Fantasy Football Scout membership, you can get full details, along with a series of movies previewing the content, via this page.
In 2018/19 we published more Members articles than ever before, and plan to produce at least 150 in the 2019/20 campaign.
We also introduced Members only comments and Hot Topics to allow for detailed discussions of content behind the pay-wall.
Our projections and Rate My Team tool have both been tweaked with the former updated more often than in previous seasons.
We are also hugely excited to introduce the brand new Flat-Track Bully feature which allows Members to conduct research in greater detail.
Using this new feature you can customise which matches form part of your tables and comparisons and which do not, based on the opposing team.
This will help you identify players who perhaps perform better against weaker opposition, Flat-Track Bullies, or maybe those who thrive against the top teams like Raúl Jiménez did in 2018/19.
We will be releasing other new features when the June discount expires on July 1 so stay tuned on that front.
Last season, we helped Adam Levy to become the reigning Fantasy Premier League champion.
In his recent interview, he said: “I always sign up pre-season for £12.50 as I think that’s good value for the members’ content.”
In previous seasons we’ve helped FPL winners Tom Fenley and Simon March, while in 2015/16 we were thrilled to see Ed Masters – the winner of that year’s Members League – finish third in the overall rankings.
In 2017/18, Paul Gee went one better. He won our members’ league and finished second, losing out to champion Yusuf Sheikh by just eight points.
We are hugely grateful to those who show their support by signing up as a member each season. This continues to enable us to maintain the site, grow the FFS team and develop more ideas.
Members can switch between competitions to mine the data using an array of tables. Our comparison tools for players and teams can also be used to make head-to-head comparisons.
Filters can be applied to take into account only the last two, four and six matches played by a team or player.
Meanwhile, the match dashboard offers analysis of each match, together with charts which plot average positions and our collection of heatmaps for touches, shots, chances created among other statistics.
Members can also create custom tables based on the data and share them with other members.
The most famous of these is Joe’s Goals Imminent table which has a hugely successful rate for accurately predicting which underperforming assets will find the net next.
We will be producing a new preview movie highlighting what is available next week.
Our pre-season features begin with access to our Members Season Ticker tool on or around June 13 with the announcement of the Premier League fixtures, with our Rate My Team tool and Player Projections to follow once the Fantasy Premier League player list is confirmed.
Having added new features over the last few years – including Expected Goals data and Heatmaps – we’ll also be bringing back our Development Squad updates as we gear up to realise more ideas and bring you more tools to help enhance your Fantasy campaigns.
If you’ve any feedback or suggestions of content that you’d like to see added to the members offering, then please feel free to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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