Thursday, 3 September 2015

MailOnline's £30,000 Fantasy Football is BACK... and you can now pick Euro stars like Ronaldo and Messi to boost your side

  • The MailOnline Fantasy Football game is back and better than ever
  • It's the only game that covers all competitions including the European leagues, Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and Capital One Cup
  • Players can select European stars like Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi
  • It's free to play with over £30,000 cash prizes to be won over the season
  • Boost your team's performance with bonus transfer and power play codes 
  • CLICK HERE to register your Fantasy Football team 
MailOnline's Fantasy Football game is back and it is better than ever.
This is the only fantasy football game that includes every competition, both in England and in Europe, where points can be collected from matches in the Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1 as well as the Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and Capital One Cup.
As well as picking players who can cope with a cold, wet Wednesday night in Stoke, there's an opportunity to select more glamorous stars from the continent by bringing in a marquee signing such as Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi to compliment your Premier League mortals.

MailOnline's Fantasy Football game is new and improved for the coming season at home and in Europe

Winners of the game won't pick up any silverware but there is over £30,000 in cash prizes to be won
Winners of the game won't pick up any silverware but there is over £30,000 in cash prizes to be won
MailOnline Fantasy Football is still free to play, while big money prizes are awarded throughout the competition - including over £30,000 worth of cash and many other prizes to be won.
The game is divided into nine monthly competitions with cash prizes awarded to the top three players every month - 1st place: £2,000 2nd place: £750 3rd place: £550 - while the overall winner at the end of the season will win a money can't buy VIP football experience.
Each player is handed a £135million budget to put together a squad of 14 world beaters to bring in the points
Each player is handed a £135million budget to put together a squad of 14 world beaters to bring in the points
There is still the opportunity to claim bragging rights over friends by forming a mini-league to ramp up rivalries - while any mini-league with more than five players can enter the League of Leagues Competition with the top scoring collective at the end of the season winning a 'Football Goody Pack'.
Several changes have been made to enhance the experience this year, including bonus transfers and power play codes that can be picked up throughout the season to boost your team's performance.
There is also a new and improved mobile version of the game, which you can access via your web browser on your smartphone, to accompany the usual desktop version - allowing players to keep track of their team and tinker away while on the move. And players can also log-in to the game by logging in via Facebook.

This is the only game that caters for European competitions, allowing you to pick the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo
Without having to knock on the chairman's door, each player is handed a budget of £135million to put together a squad of 14 players.
Points are collected by scoring goals, making assists and keeping clean sheets with additional points for appearances and hat-tricks while getting booked or conceding goals brings deductions.
To maximise your chances of being the overall winner, all that is needed to test your managerial nous by midday on August 8 - when Tottenham and Manchester United go head-to-head - is to