For the last decade Fantasy Football Scout has been dedicated to providing the very best insight and advice for the fantasy football community. That remains our ongoing mission and we have no plan to change it.
Today however, we’re delighted to announce a brand new(ish) addition to the Fantasy Football Scout stable that’s aiming to celebrate not only the Fantasy games that we love, but also the passion, talent, entertainment, and insight that have sprung up around them – FantasyFootballCommunity.com
First things first. Although this site is managed by the Scout team (including Marc and Sam), we are absolutely not looking to create a new version of Fantasy Football Scout. Neither are we going to be taking anything away from that site either – quite the opposite. Instead, we’re setting our sights on a wider angle view of the community.
The Fantasy Football Community site was initially launched by Holly Shand, herself a prominent member of the Fantasy community (who will continue her good Fantasy works on Twitter, Instagram and beyond, and may even pop up here from time to time!). Her mission was to aggregate some of the best content and advice from the wider Fantasy Football community into one place.
This is also at the core of our plans for the site, as we will be aggregating insights, tips and outlier views into a few regular articles. However, that’s really just the starting point. We also want to use this space to offer a platform for new talent and divergent voices, to celebrate the most interesting, insightful and entertaining community members and to showcase the biggest debates and funniest opinions.
Overall we will try our best to celebrate and support not only FPL and the other awesome games, but the entire culture that comes with being a Fantasy manager.
Suffice to say we can’t do that alone. Whilst Marc, Sam and others will be feeding in their views, to truly represent the Fantasy Football world, we need your help. If you’d like to contribute an article (where one-off or regular), share an entertaining or brilliant insight you’ve posted or seen on social media or just suggest someone else deserving of recognition and props then please do get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oh, and do sign up for our Twitter account, which is just getting started.