Our Partners

About Our Partners

We only partner with the highest quality fantasy football sites.

The Hype Train

The Hype The Hype Train is an entertainment website founded in 2015, specialising in the Fantasy Premier League (#FPL), providing beautiful graphics and weekly insight for hopeful players attempting to climb ranking tables.

The Hype Train were nominated and shortlisted for the ‘Best Football Blog 2016’ by the Football Bloggers Association at their annual Football Blogging Awards (The FBA’s), with the final presentation held at Old Trafford in Manchester.

You can follow us on Twitter, Like us on Facebook, or visit our website here at www.thehypetrain.co.uk

All aboard.

FPL Connect

My name is Simon and I’m the owner of and chief editor at, FPL Connect.

Me and my team are dedicated to providing everything Fantasy Premier League.

Drop us a follow on Twitter @FPL_Connect, where we are very active and engaging with our followers.

Otherwise you can find us at fplconnect.blog.

Who Got The Assist?

We’re Nick and Tom. We’re two two young professionals from London who are waaaaay too obsessed with FPL.

We’re friends from school. We’re both people who wanted to add their voice to the FPL community.

We contribute to the community through providing the following:

– Our weekly podcast

– Our regularly updated blog
– Great infographics by our in-house designers.

Website: www.whogottheassist.com

Twitter: www.twitter.com/WGTA_FPL

FB: www.facebook.com/whogottheassist

Fantasy Football 247

Fantasy Football 247 is a website dedicated to it’s community. We provide daily FPL articles covering Fixtures Analysis, Captain Picks, Player Picks, Team News and Predicted Line-ups and our own Site Team.

Each and every article has it’s own chat section which provides the basis for the website with an active community all willing to both ask for and give advice. We conclude each week with our very own Live Match Chat where our members either celebrate or commiserate with each other in equal measure!

Web: fantasyfootball247.co.uk
Twitter: @FantasyFooty247

 

Anti.football

First reverse fantasy football game! Game independently developed by two FPL lovers and not so good managers. Main goal of anti.football is to score the least possible amount of points every gameweek. Point system remained the same, with some changes to encourage managers not to pick footballers that don’t play a single minute, and to spend the most of their budget!

In short, if you ever though “I’d be good at picking the worst team” this is a game for you! And believe us, it is actually quite tough game!

You can register at: http://anti.football/, and be sure to read our rulebook!

Also, follow us on twitter and like us on facebook.

Twitter: @LlamaFootball

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/llamafootball/

We also have a great team of authors, which you can see this link:

Recent Blog Posts

Learn from some of the best fantasy football players around

Sky sports roundup – GW 12

This was the second highest points scoring week of the season with 996.  Chelsea for the second week running pick-up the most points, being the only team to break the hundred barrier with 106.  WBA had the lowest score following their hammering from Chelsea with 12...

Sky Defensive Decisions

New contributor Cameron Hogwood picks out five defenders to sort out your Sky Sports Fantasy Football backline... As the international break comes to an end, so does an agonising fortnight for Premier League managers fearful of their star men returning with injuries....

Four FPL Fundamentals GW12

This is the first in a brand new series that will be taking a brief snapshot of our five top picks based on these four FPL fundamentals: 1. Form Often the common denominator and what everyone seems to go on. Its important, but not the whole story. 2. Fixtures Lets...

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