Trade your fantasy team
Pick your fantasy team and trade them as single stock
Buy or Sell
Buy if you think they will play well, Sell if you think they'll play badly
Make trades in-play
Get rid of the dead weight by cashing out poor performers
Points are money
We use real money instead of points
£1.00 = Goal
£0.60 = Assist
How does a player gain points?
Like Fantasy football with a little more: goals, assists, duels, passing, shooing and defending (clearances, clock and interception).
What makes a player lose points?
Fouls, losing the ball, yellow/red cards, conceding a goal or giving away a penalty & of course an own goal.
Why would I buy?
Buy if you think the player will earn more points (money) then the price you buy at (see below for an example).
Why would I sell?
Sell if you think the player won't be involved or earn points from his stats. If he is a striker, will he score or assist? There are lots of tips and strategies on our site, but think of it just like fantasy football.
You buy shares in Costa
10x shares @ £0.90 before Kickoff. Player's value starts at £0.00
You check the game
Costa has scored and you can now cash out for a profit:
Current sell price: £1.95 minus price paid £0.90
= £1.05 per share x 10 shares
= £10.50 profit
But you don’t think Costa is done yet!
You stay with your trade & and he scores again, you wait until the end of the game when all trades settle on the players end of game value
End of game value: £2.74 minus price paid: £0.90
= £1.84 per share x 10 shares
= £18.40 profit
You get the advantage of a second goal or assist over a goalscorer bet