Schools Fantasy League (SFL) is a fantasy football competition whereby teachers and pupils worldwide compete within their school to win trophies and medals. Last season over 115,000 boys and girls, of all ages and abilities, in over 2,200 schools, took part.
The game is a web based activity in which pupils (and staff and parents) pick their fantasy football team and score points through the football season depending on how well their players perform in real matches.
Registration for the 2007/08 SFL season is currently open until 20th October 2007.
Each manager must choose 11 players within a £70m budget in a 4-4-2 formation (i.e. 1 goalkeeper, 2 full-backs, 2 centre-backs, 4 midfielders and 2 strikers) with no more than 3 players from any one Premier League club.
Players score points based on how they perform in real Premier League matches.
|Clean Sheet||3 Points||Must have played 75 minutes|
|Play a Game||1 Points||Must have played 45 minutes|
|For each goal conceded||-1 Points|
The most points in a month was 132 by Mr Mahony, Ace's High, Dec 2007/08
The most points for a FA cup team in a week was 50 by Tom Walsh, Westleigh FC, Bridgewater School, Round 3, 2007/08
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