You must pick a squad of 15 players. The squad must consist of the following:
The total value of the squad cannot exceed the budget, which is set to 100M by default.
You can always go back and make changes to your squad until the submission deadline (five minutes before kick-off of the first fixture of the game).
You must pick a starting eleven from the players in your squad. The following rules apply for the starting eleven:
The four remaining players in your squad have to be placed on the substitutes bench. These players will be subject to automatic substitutions after the contest or gameweek has ended. The substitutes will be called upon if any players in your starting eleven do not play a single minute.
The outfield player substitutes must be prioritised for automatic substitutions. If the first substitute does not play, or the substitution will lead to an invalid formation, the next in line will be used instead.
Highest Captain score
For all games with more than 2 matches, you cannot select more than a total of three players from the same team. For contests with 2 matches, the maximum number of players from the same team is 5.
For games with only 1 match, you can select an unlimited number of players from any team.
Some games allow you to make player transfers between rounds. The rules for transfers are explained on the game information page of these games.
Some season long games will allow the use of a wildcard during specified periods. The rules for wildcards are explained on the game information page of these games.
You must pick a squad of seven players. The squad must consist of the following:
The total value of the squad cannot exceed the budget.
One player has to be placed on the bench to be called upon if a starting player does not play.
The deadline to enter a game is eight minutes before kick-off of the first fixture in the game.
The deadline of submitting a line-up in a game you have entered is five minutes before kick-off of the first fixture in the game.
In the case of a game where prizes cannot be shared, the following Tie Breaking rules will apply until a winner is found:
Opta Sports provides all statistics, and player scoring is calculated from these.
On rare occasions Opta will revise their statistics after FantasyBet have received the final submission of statistics. This can happen hours or even days after the final submission which player scores are based on. In these events, manager’s scores will not be updated.
FantasyBet will never override Opta’s official statistics and will never make judgements on player statistics.
Payout of prizes vary from game to game. Check the “prizes” tab to see the payout structure of a game.
Flash fantasy is a unique FantasyBet game where you get to test your nerves as a manager! Players score points as normal, but you will have to build your team from a limited selection of players under pressure!
Flash can be played as both classic fantasy (15-player squad) and 6-a-side fantasy (with 7-player squad).
In a Lucky List game you will receive a random list of players to choose from as soon as you have confirmed your entry. In that way, The Lucky List game is almost identical to the Flash game, but you don’t have to worry about the 3 minute countdown. Incomplete lineups will be auto-completed by the system. The random list will be balanced by a built-in algorithm.
Lucky List can be played as both classic fantasy (15-player squad) and 6-a-side fantasy (with 7-player squad).