Get ahead of your Fantasy Premier League (FPL) rivals and boost your chances of a top rank with a Fantasy Football Scout Premium Membership for 2023/24.
These are now available at the discounted price of £2.99 a month (billed annually) – that’s a saving of 30% on the full subscription fee!
So, if you haven’t already, make sure to sign up now in order to secure the best-value rate.
Once you sign up as a rolling subscriber, you’re locked into whatever discounted price you paid providing you don’t cancel – so you’ll be even more quids-in in the future!
We’re continuing to reinvest resources into the site, from building a team of talented contributors for 2023/24 (see below) to our new-look Premium Members Area.
HOW CAN SCOUT MEMBERSHIP HELP MY FPL TEAM?
You’ll be joining legions of other Fantasy managers by signing up, including current champion FPL Gunz (Ali) and former winners Adam Levy, Simon March and Tom Fenley.
Thousands upon thousands of Fantasy bosses take advantage of our subscriptions and sign up every year, using the stats and tools to aid their Gameweek planning.
MEMBERS-ONLY ARTICLES AND ADVICE
You’ll get exclusive content, advice and team reveals from some of the best Fantasy managers in the business, including current champion FPL Gunz (Ali) and ex-winner Simon March, FPL Wire co-hosts Lateriser, Zophar and Pras, five-time top 1k finisher Tom Freeman, FPL Focal, and more.
If that wasn’t enough, FPL General will be writing about all things FPL on a weekly basis as well as bringing his much-loved ‘59th Minute Podcast’ – previously hosted by The Athletic – to Fantasy Football Scout. Again, only Premium Members will get unrestricted access to Mark’s content.
We have regular Members-only articles, too, such as Captain Sensible, which provides in-depth analysis on the top contenders for the armband every Gameweek.
RATE MY TEAM AND PROJECTIONS
Our Season Ticker can help you sort by opponent difficulty to spot those upcoming fixture swings, while you can also find out which teams’ matches rotate well.
Arsenal, for example, are top of our Season Ticker over the first six Gameweeks of 2023/24 – but there are some tough games ahead for Nottingham Forest.
Disagree with the Fantasy Football Scout difficulty ratings? Add you own to customise your experience.
PLAYER COMPARISON TOOL
Stuck between potential transfer targets for the upcoming Gameweek? You can compare two players head-to-head at the same time, with over 100 key statistics and graphics to study side by side.
PLAYER AND TEAM STATS
From goal threat to expected data, there are hundreds upon hundreds of player and team statistics available, which can help guide your Fantasy transfer decisions.
Our ‘per 90′ tickbox allows you to sort players’ stats per 90 minutes, too, to level the playing field for those assets with differing amounts of game-time.
Want to know where it went right and wrong in previous Gameweeks?
We’ve got analysis of every Premier League match (going back to 2011/12!), together with charts which plot average positions and a collection of heatmaps for touches, shots and chances created, among other statistics.
CUSTOM STATS TABLES
Premium Members can also create custom tables based on the data available and share them with other subscribers to help with FPL team planning.
Perhaps the most famous of these is Joe’s Goals Imminent table, which looks to predict which underperforming assets will find the net next.
FLAT-TRACK BULLY TOOL
Our Flat-Track Bully tool helps subscribers to identify Fantasy assets with good records against specific clubs.
This will help you pinpoint players who perhaps perform better against weaker opposition for those close captaincy calls – and even those who thrive against the top teams, like Raul Jimenez famously did in 2018/19.
PRE-SEASON MINUTES SPREADSHEET
You’ll be able to track the minutes played of every FPL asset in pre-season – crucial for that Gameweek 1 planning and to help unearth the next John Lundstram!
2018/19 Fantasy Premier League champion Adam Levy was a paid-up Premium Member of our site and he discussed what tools of ours he finds most useful in an interview after his triumph.
In previous seasons we’ve helped FPL winners FPL Gunz (Ali), 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.
If you’ve any feedback or suggestions of content that you’d like to see added to the Premium Members’ Area, then please feel free to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.