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Euro 2020/21 Fantasy Football

Euro 2020/21 Fantasy Football

Euro 2020/21 Fantasy Football

Welcome to the FF247 hub for the Euro’s. As per our Champions League article this shall be the main place for the duration of the comp and will act more as a destination to gather and discuss it all, rather than being anything of particular fantasy use.

What you need to know

How to play?
You have a couple of options here;

Click here to join via a desktop or webpage.

Alternatively you can simply update your UEFA Games App (the one you may have used for the CL) and it will show up as a dual purpose one with the Euros game on there.

The Rules
This game is exactly as per the CL one with in-game matchday-by-matchday substitutions and Capo changes available between each day.

We expect most of our league members will be au-fait with these rules but if you are unsure then simply ask in the comments below and somebody will always be on hand to explain further.

Or simply click here for the full explanation.

Hints, tips, squads, line-ups etc…
For once UEFA have actually made a pretty good job of this and so we won’t be bothering to post any of the above as articles as it is pretty much all there for you. They have the entire raft of squads posted on both their website and on their official App along with a run-down on every single team.

The FF247 League
We are not running a ‘public’ league for this one, we are keeping it in-house for the summer fun and as such we have our usual ‘Regulars League’. We did post the league code in the comments section previously but this has now disappeared. The good news is that the majority of our usual CL crew saw it and have already joined,

For anyone who didn’t then simply drop us an email on;

All we ask if you enter the league is that you please keep the code to yourself and don’t divulge it to family or friends who do not frequent the site. This is for the FF247 Community who will be commenting and interacting on here and we would like to keep it that way. Ivan (The Terrible) will be keeping a watch and if you do then expect to be dealt with harshly!

Thanks for reading Euro 2020/21 Fantasy Football

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  1. 103
    kumakier says:

    2nd draft.

    Happier with this team.

  2. 104
    Aarron13 says:

    Is Hradecky a starter?

  3. 105
    Tornado says:

    Hey everyone!

    I hope you are well? 2nd draft in progress (I will probably do Insigne and Yazici to Foden/Torres and Berardi (if he is in the Italian starting XI)

    Any thoughts and suggestions are welcomedsmile

  4. 106
    bees393 says:

    Is Bruno worth brining in? Or does he play too far back?

  5. 107
    FC Sanchez says:

    Out of curiosity, who do you think will progress to the knock-out stages out of the “lesser” teams?

    Group A
    1. Belgium
    2. Switzerland
    3. Turkey?
    4. Wales? Can’t decide on Turkey or Wales for 3 and 4.

    Group B
    1. Belgium
    2. Denmark
    3. Russia
    4. Finland

    Group C
    1. Netherlands
    2. Ukraine?
    3. Austria?
    4. North Macedonia Ukraine or Austria to go thru 2?

    Group D
    1. England
    2. Croatia?
    3. Scotland?
    4. Czech
    Feel this group could go many ways…

    Group E
    1. Spain
    2. Sweden
    3. Poland
    4. Slovakia

    Group F
    1. France
    2. Portugal
    3. Germany
    4. Hungary

    What do you lads reckon?

    • 107.1

      I wouldn’t disagree with a lot of that Sanchez but I definitely fancy Turkey to better Switzerland and I’m not falling down shocked if Spain and Netherlands qualify but DON’T win their groups.

      With three home games, the Danes could quite possibly win their group.

      • FC Sanchez says:

        GP – Good points and yeah, defo not convinced by the Netherlands. Tempted not to go w/ Depay (or Weghorst who I think is better value) up top unlike most because of it.

      • OddDane says:

        Good lad that fellow acute

        • FC Sanchez says:

          How’s Eriksen been in Serie A? Feel like I should bring him in tho a bit pricier than a few other similar attacking options….

        • OddDane says:

          He’s had a tough transition, starting more on the bench than not. ~1400 minutes over 26-27ish games I believe. His form of late has been on the rise, especially in the Euro QF for the national team. In serie A he’s more an assist the assister I’d say, but he’s a very talented playmaker.

        • FC Sanchez says:

          Yeah, and defo a threat from free kicks! Worth bringing in you think?

        • OddDane says:

          I think he’s expensive. That and because it will be double the disappointment if he’s not returning is why I don’t have him – e.g. compare him to Insigne at 8.5? 100% go for the guy in blue!
          That said, he’s key on set pieces and first/second in line for penalties and probably is involved in about half of DK’s goals so not a bad choice either

    • 107.2

      If you mean surprise movers

    • 107.3
      Otieno says:

      I’ve got it as :

      A – Italy to win all three. Turkey to beat Wales and the rest draws. ITA 9, TUR 4, SWI 2, WAL 1

      B – Denmark to win all three, Belgium two wins and everyone beats Finland. DEN 9, BEL 6, RUS 3, FIN 0

      C – Nederland to win all three, Macedonia to lose all 3 and Ukraine & Austria play out a convenient draw. NED 9, UKR 4, AUS 4, MAC 0

      D – England Croatia draw. Czech beat Scotland. Eng Scot draw and Cro beat Cze. Cro beat Scot to top the group and Eng just scrape a win against Cze to get 2nd. CRO 5, ENG 5, CZE 4, SCO 1

      E – Same as C, Spain win all three, Slovakia lose and needing a point each from the last game to both qualify POL and SWE draw. SPA 9, POL 4, SWE 4, SLK 0

      F – Nobody from the three main teams want to lose a game so I can see all beating Hungary and 3 draws. In order of goal difference FRA 5, POR 5, GER 5, HUN 0

      But remember you know how cak I was in HarryLloyd !

  6. 108
    Stone Frog says:

    I suspect Turkey will do well, Denmark may well win their group, Poland could finish above Spain. And if England top group D, surely Germany should be 2nd in group F.

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