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The Footstock £100k Freeroll Explained

October 5, 2020

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The Footstock £100k Freeroll Explained

The £100k freeroll is a free-to-enter fantasy contest running during the 20/21 season.

The majority of the £100,000 will be split amongst the top 100 finishers at the end of the season, with a massive £25,000 going to the winner. There’s also £20,000 in weekly prizes, including a £5,000 prize for the best score on any gameweek.

Am I too late to enter?

You might be reading this thinking “hang on, the season has already started – aren’t I too late?”. Don’t worry, you’re still early to the party.

The £100k freeroll only counts your 6 best gameweeks when calculating your final score. In other words, you could enter this tournament before Gameweek 32 and still have a chance of winning the whole thing.

How do the payouts work?

Overall

1st | £25,000
2nd | £10,000
3rd | £5,000
4th | £3,000
5th | £2,000
6th-10th | £1,000
11th-50th | £500
51st-100th | £200

Single gameweek highest score

1st | £5,000
2nd | £3,000
3rd | £2,000

Manager of the week (weeks 1-38) | £250
Bonus for gameweek 1 highest score | £500

The Manager of the Week also receives a Footstock FC football shirt.

How does the scoring work?

Players score points as per our normal scoring matrix, and make up your team’s score over a gameweek. Your best 6 gameweek scores as a team will make up your overall score.

For example let’s say your team scores as follows in the first 8 weeks:

Gameweek 1 – 233 points
Gameweek 2 – 199 points
Gameweek 3 – 202 points
Gameweek 4 – 350 points
Gameweek 5 – 320 points

Gameweek 6 – 97 points
Gameweek 7 – 150 points
Gameweek 8 – 225 points

Your overall score is the best 6 gameweeks your team has had, so in this case it would be the weeks highlighted in bold added together:

233 + 199 + 202 + 350 + 320 + 225 = 1529 points

This means even teams entered late in the season have a chance at the overall prizes, as it’s only your best 6 gameweeks that count!

Where can I find out more?

To learn more about our £100k freeroll, check out our £100k freeroll FAQs.