Date:Friday July 25 2008
Vital Football are pleased to say our second season for the Vital Fantasy Football Game has now kicked off!
Go to: www.vitalfantasyfootball.co.uk and pick your team
The prize fund is once again £5000 with monthly and end of season awards.
To join is simple, just follow the links and register your team (or if you don't have time to pick a team, you can use the auto select option) and then the editors will set up mini leagues for you all to join (which also get entered into the mini league of the season prize fund) and announce the joining details shortly on your site.
Join in and show us all how it is done! You talk a good game but can you actually win the league?!?!? Last season's main winner Godzvilla picked up a very handy £1000 !
And again this is all totally free to enter.
Full Prize Fund:
At the end of the season:
Top Monthly Manager Prize:
£250 per month
Top Mini Leagues:
To join our Premier League Fantasy league: www.vitalfantasyfootball.co.uk
You don't need to be a member of Vital Football to enter and you can set up mini leagues for your own forums or sites, friends, family or work mates.
AND THERE IS MORE!
We also have fantasy games in association with The Telegraph and 442 for the Championship, League One and League Two. We hope next season to also represent the SPL, apologies we've not been able to arrange anything for this year.
Users are welcome to join them all should they wish! Individual mini leagues for each divisions teams are on their respective Vital club pages, you need to join a mini league to be in with a chance of winning the extra 442 subscriptions.
To join our Championship Fantasy game in partnership with 442 and the Telegraph Click Here
To join our League One Fantasy game in partnership with 442 and the Telegraph: Click Here
To join our League Two Fantasy game in partnership with 442 and the Telegraph: Click Here
All three have a £5000 prize fund and are FREE TO ENTER plus Vital users will be entered into a further prize pot for 12 month subscriptions to 442.
Can anyone from Vital Rotherham do better than mvmiller and The Villager did last season?
Anyone up for a challenge!
And, don't forget we have our very own League Two fantasy league as well - stickied on Millers Mumblings.
Let's get a couple of mini leagues going and see if we can beat the 'big boys' at their own game!!!!
Date:Friday July 25 2008
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