10 Top Fantasy Football Leagues in the UK (Create your dream team now!)

When the football season starts, it’s time to get on the fantasy football bandwagon. If you think that you know better than the football managers, why not give it a shot? Fantasy football adds an extra dimension to the sport. Fans from around the world can enjoy this game. Getting it right takes a lot of skill. You have to understand which player will do well and get them. You also have to know a thing or two about finances. Since you get a set budget, you have to make sure that the players you use fall within that.

If you choose the right players and win the most points, you get the satisfaction of knowing that you knew best. In fact, you knew what the managers would do and how the team would play. Well done. If you get it all wrong, though, it’s time to do your homework. At that point, you have to go back to the drawing board and start again. Choosing a winning team is not easy, but someone has to do it.

Here’s our Fantasy Football League Top 10:

  1. Fantasy Premier League

There are two types of Fantasy Premier League. When you sign up to this site, you get to choose how you play the game. First of all, you can choose the Fantasy League Auction. This game play allows you to auction off players when you need to do so. If that style is not for you, why not try the Fantasy League Classic? When you choose this option, you can play a traditional version of fantasy football. With loads of statistics and news on the site, you should find it easy to choose your team! It costs nothing to try this online game, and it might just be a lot of fun.

  1. Sky Sports Fantasy Football Premier League

One of the most popular fantasy football leagues, Sky Sports has a variety of options for new players. The system is elegant and means that you can see a lot of information about each team with ease. Once you have signed up, you can start creating your team. You can also follow the progress of other players online. You can either join a large league with loads of people in them. Or, if you want to battle against your friends, you could start a league for just a few people. If you want to gamble, you can even join the epic Sky Bet League. In this league, you have a chance to win some real cash prizes along the way.

  1. Telegraph Fantasy Football Online

The Telegraph Fantasy Football league has a fee if you want to set up loads of different teams. If you want to set up more than one team, though, you will need to pay a small sign up price. The information centre page on the site can be a great tool if you know how to use it. If you want to make sure that you choose the right team for you, you can spend some time researching it online. There is also a stats page, where you can get the bare facts about each player, team, and manager.

  1. European Fantasy League

The European Fantasy League has the distinct advantage that you can play foreign teams. If you happen to follow football in Europe, you will love this league of fantasy football. Of course, once you sign up to this site, you can start create a whole load of different teams. If you want to have both British and European teams, you can do so. There is a news-feed on the site, which gives you all the latest gossip from various clubs. You can battle against people on this site when you join one of the major leagues.

  1. Mail Online Fantasy Football

You can tell that the Daily Mail have spent an awful lot of money developing their fantasy football site. One of the main drawbacks of this site is that it is full of adverts, which can be a little irritating. There is a feed of football related stories from the main Mail Online site, which means that  you can keep up to date. Aside from that, you will also find that there is a ‘most popular players’ tab, which is a massive help.

  1. The Sun Fantasy Football Dream Team

If you want to create your ‘Dream Team,’ The Sun’s game might be the one for you. If you want to play the original game, there is no fee, which is great. If, on the flip side, you decide that you want to add more teams than just one, you will need to pay a fee of £7.99. With £1 million worth of cash prizes on offer, this game is a gambler’s dream.

  1. Yahoo Sports Fantasy Football

Yahoo UK have a range of fantasy sports games you can play on their site. If you want to try out some baseball fantasy league, you can do so, for example. When you click on the football tab, though, you can choose from all the major leagues. From Scottish football to Premier League games, Yahoo covers it all. While this site is not as popular as others on this list, it is at least diverse.

  1. The Mirror Fantasy Football

This site is yet another one that is offering enormous cash prizes. If you want to get your hands on some of their £1 million prizes, you have to create an immense team. The site offers real-time transfers, sports news and even some insider tips. When you sign up, you can start adding players to your roster right away. And, if you want to play on your phone, there is even a Mirror Fantasy Football app.

  1.  Sky Sports Fantasy Football Championship

If you follow the Championship rather than the Premiership, don’t worry. You can still take part in all the fantasy football fun! Again, this section of the Sky Sports site does not tend to be as popular as the Premiership League. Nonetheless, it is worth checking out if your team can’t quite make it to the top league.

  1. Draft Fantasy Football

Draft Fantasy Football is a free game that anyone can play online. There are no cash prizes in this game, but then you don’t have to pay anything either. First, you decide which league you want to join. There are loads of option, and so you might want to take your time. After that, you can draft your team and watch the action unfold.
Like the sound of these fantasy football games? Well, then you’d better get started right now! Make your dream team and see how well you know the beautiful game.

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