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Premier League fantasy football: Everything you need to know as Dream Team returns for the 2020/21 season

The UK’s favourite Fantasy Football game returns bigger and better than ever, with a tasty £100k jackpot up for grabs.

With a £50m budget, five transfers per month, both Season and Draft games to play as well as the exciting Dream Team Coach service added this season, here’s everything you need to know.

Dream Team is across all platforms, whether you’re a desktop or app person.

Play online now at or download the app on iOS or Android.

The new Premier League season is set to kick-off on September 12 – and here’s a comprehensive look at each club’s fixtures list for the coming campaign.

Until then, you’re free to pick your Dream Team, and you can chop and change your team as much as you please until the kick-off date.

The game is completely free to play as ever and there is a total jackpot of £100,000 at the end of the season.

However, for those of you who really like to get stuck into your fantasy football, we’re excited to introduce our new subscription service Dream Team Coach for the upcoming season.

Dream Team Coach is every fantasy football fan’s dream.

This service will provide Dream Team managers with detailed insights, venue and opposition stats, score projections, player comparisons and various other analysis tools.

Everyone who plays Dream Team will have access to a FREE 30 day trial, with the full service after that priced at £9.99 for the season.

This season, as always, you can play our traditional Season game – the one you all know and love.

As well as that, and after a successful debut year, we’ll be rolling out another season of Draft – our brilliant alternative game.

We won’t bog you down with too many details about Draft here, but essentially the game pits you in a league against other managers as you try to build a 15-man squad.

But the key difference is if you own a player, nobody else in your league can have them.

That’s right, if you’re lucky enough to have Sadio Mane in your team, then that means Terry from HR doesn’t.

Game weeks work on a head-to-head basis which means leagues must consist of an even number to work.

More details on Dream Team Draft can be found here.

If you had Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne and/or Mohamed Salah in your team last season, then you were doing pretty alright.

We’ve recently released our Dream Team ‘Best XI’ of 2019/20, which you can see here.

We also have a great guide to those players from outside the top six that might be worth a look in your XI this year.

Ah, that’s the beauty of fantasy football, isn’t it?

Nobody quite knows who’ll be hot and who’ll be not in the 2020/21 campaign, although we quite like the look of the names on this list of best newcomers to the game last season.

We’re hoping for even more from the likes of Christian Pulisic and Bruno Fernandes for the upcoming campaign, and we’ll be sure to look out for another brilliant bargain like Mason Mount.

We all love choosing a hilarious team name and having the funniest of the office mini-league is a pretty big deal, we think.

Whether you’re more 50 Shades O’Shea than Pjanic at the Disco kinda manager, you can find many of the classics in this extensive list.


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