We have launched a new Fantasy Premier League classic mini-league to mark the resumption of the 2019/20 season, with scoring starting from Gameweek 30+.
Whether you’re currently ranked first in the world or closer to the seven-million mark, everyone is in with a chance of winning as all entrants start from zero.
Head to the FPL site via this link and use the code ‘i3lxye’ to sign up (full details are towards the bottom of this piece).
There’s not only pride at stake in this mini-league but the carrot of free annual memberships to the managers who finish in the top five places.
Don’t worry if you’re already subscribed for 2020/21 – we’ll refund your payment if your finish qualifies you for this prize.
Our new end-of-season mini-league is called the ‘The FFScout Charity Shield‘ and we’re also using this opportunity to try and raise money for the NHS.
For ‘The FFScout Charity Shield’, we at Fantasy Football Scout are pledging the cash equivalent – £300 – to NHS Charities Together.
The selfless work that our National Health Service key workers carry out on a daily basis has been brought into sharp focus over the last three months.
We’re honoured to be donating money to such a worthwhile cause and we’re inviting you to do the same via our JustGiving page.
We should stress that a donation is not mandatory and anyone can enter ‘The FFScout Charity Shield’ whether they are able to make a financial contribution or not; we fully appreciate that these are tough, unprecedented times and some of you will perhaps not be in a position to do so.
If you are able to spare a bob or two, however, then you can do so by clicking on the below link.
Many thanks to anyone who donates to the fund and good luck for the rest of the season.
*the code for our mini-league is i3lxye. Click the link under ‘Join an existing league’ and then select ‘Join private league’ before entering the code.
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