Fantasy Football Scout Cup
Click here to go to the results and matchups for the second FFS Cup 2019/20
How Do the cup competitions work?
Our cup competitions are very similar to the Fantasy Premier League's Fantasy Cup game. Entrants who qualify for the first round will be randomly drawn against each other and the winner of the tie is whoever has the highest score from that Gameweek, minus points spent on transfers (like in the original game and in head-to-head scores). In the event of a tie, the manager highest in the overall standing will progress.
When does it start?
The qualifying round for the Fantasy Football Scout Cup will take place in Gameweek 28, with the first round proper running in Gameweek 29.
Fantasy managers can enter their teams until 10.30am on Monday 2 March, when we will stop entries and make the first round draws shortly after.
Previous winners are handed a bye to the first round in their respective competitions.
The roll call of former Fantasy Football Scout Cup winners looks like this: donnellyc, Jonty, Gribude, Goonerdave, Ninja_Fit_Saints, sleeping master, Mch, Wild Rover, Tdubb05 , CMIFLFC, Mark, Leon Harris, A Manager Has No Name, Sleepysi, TH14, 2EyedTurk, Man-Chest-Heir F.C., LOKOMOTIV and reigning champion Philman.
Previous winners must enter with the same usernames listed above to gain their bye.
How do I enter?
Enter the open-to-all FFS Cup via the entry form here.
You will be sent a confirmation email to verify your entry and you'll be asked to confirm your FPL team ID at the point of entry - please be sure to click the link to verify that your team is correct before confirming. If you FPL team is incorrectly entered, we cannot amend this at a later date.
Your entry is only completed once you have confirmed your FPL team ID as part of the process.
Please note that only teams that have been registered with FPL for Gameweek 1 will be eligible for the competition.
To check that you're entered in the FFS Cup correctly, please scan the list of entries.
When will I find out if I've qualified?
Results from the Fantasy Football Scout Cup qualifying round will be published shortly after March 2 and then weekly, after the completion of each Gameweek, from that point on.
What is the Gameweek Schedule?
The cup competition will be played out according to the following Gameweek scheduleFantasy Football Scout Cup Round Dates
- Qualifying – Gameweek 28
- Round 1 – Gameweek 29
- Round 2 – Gameweek 30
- Round 3 – Gameweek 31
- Round 4 – Gameweek 32
- Round 5 – Gameweek 33
- Round 6 – Gameweek 34
- Quarter-Final – Gameweek 35
- Semi-Finals – Gameweek 36
- Final and third place play-off – Gameweek 37
When are the fixtures released?
The fixture list for each round the FFS Cup will be published shortly before each Gameweek deadline.
Are there prizes?
The FFS Cup competition offers the following prizes:
Winner: £150 Amazon Voucher
Runner Up: £100 Amazon Voucher
Third Place: £50 Amazon Voucher
Do I have to enter if I'm previous winner?
Yes, because your FPL team ID will have changed, we will need to record your entry again. As a previous winner, you will be given a bye to the first round proper of any contest you enter.
Do I need to be registered with Fantasy Football Scout?
We ask you to supply an FFS username so we can feature you, as a member of our community, in any articles associated with the tournament. Ideally, you will already have a username with us but this is not essential to enter (although it is for the Members Cup) - you must, however, supply a username for the purpose of the tournament so you can be identified in articles. You must not change this username throughout the course of the tournament, should you do so without permission, or should you enter multiple teams or if your FFS account comes under moderation for any reason, we reserve the right to remove you from the tournament.