The Football Supporters' Federation has teamed up with The Blizzard – The Football Quarterly to offer a prize-winning fantasy football game throughout the 2013/14 season. Entry is totally free using the official Premier League game and there'll be weekly, monthly and yearly prizes.
The Manager of the Week prize of an issue of The Blizzard for Gameweek 5 goes to Matthew Smith and his team Calcio Totale, who picked up a whopping 96 points in the last week, thanks largely to his decision to give the captain's armband to Ozil, as well as the goalscoring exploits of Leighton Baines and Loic Remy.
Please note that the FSF cannot contact league members direct as we do not have access to your email via the Premier League's game. Winners will be announced via this blog, the FSF Facebook page and Twitter @The_FSF. Prizewinners can claim their free issue of The Blizzard by simply emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with their details, and we'll be in touch.
You can still sign up for our Fantasy Football League
- Pick your team at fantasy.premierleague.com and join using the code 159928-141610.
- Winners will be announced on a weekly basis via this blog, the FSF Facebook page and Twitter @The_FSF.
The highest scoring manager each week will win a copy of The Blizzard. The manager of the month will also win a copy of The Blizzard with a stylish Blizzard by Goalsoul t-shirt thrown in for good measure. If that wasn’t enough, the overall winner at the end of the season will pick up a Blizzard star-prize hamper, including a complete collection of all 12 hard copy issues, a Blizzard by Goalsoul t-shirt, a Blizzard notebook and perhaps the odd bit of signed gear too.
What is The Blizzard?
The Blizzard is a quarterly football publication put together by a cooperative of journalists and authors to provide a platform for top-class writers from across the globe to enjoy the space and the freedom to write what they like about the football stories that matter to them. It is available on a pay-what-you-like basis from www.theblizzard.co.uk, with downloads from 1p and hard copies from £6 (+ P&P). For more details, visit their website.