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In India, if cricket is worshiped, then football is equally loved and celebrated. A sport that's loved across the globe has gradually gathered the same level of interest from Indians over the years. We've got Ronaldos emerging from countless streets in our country and football is, in fact, a large part of conversations with regards to national sports too. So, Indians are not only playing football but also following the sport domestically and internationally.

The international interest for this sport has led to the creation and growth of an ecosystem that strives on daily fantasy football leagues. It still appeals to the masses and with the emergence of fantasy football, the fans can now take a keen look at a sport that has often been addressed as 'not enjoyable enough'.

Fantasy football is a fantasy game where gamers can put their football knowledge to test against other fans. The players are expected to do the same drill as in every other fantasy game: choose from the pool of real time players, but virtually, and see the game unfold with every move they make. They need to use information they know about players to construct their own lineup and make sure they're in tune with all the recent updates about football and the players.

New to the world of Fantasy Football? Kick away your worries because we've got you covered.

- To begin with, you're allotted 100 points to create your team. You have to purchase a team of players and their stats will be measured against other competitors.

- Participants will join matches and compete against other players for a specific buy-in amount that they designate. Buy-in ranges from 0 INR to heavy-hitting one-on-one challenges.

- The number of competitors in a given match may vary.

- To create a winning football fantasy team, keep the following points in mind:

- Your team should have players from both the teams.

- Your team should have 1 goalkeeper, at least 3 defenders and midfielders and one striker (minimum).

- You can choose any formation starting from 3-4-3, 4-4-2, 3-5-2 to 4-5-1.

- The combined value of players should be either 100 or less than that.

- The winning factor

The final score is calculated as a total of points scored by all 11 players. And each player wins points based on statistics accumulated throughout the game. The statistics include goals, assists, shots, crosses, red and yellow cards, fouls, saves, penalty kick saves, goals allowed, and more. Whoever drafts the 11 players with the most statistical points wins the contest and receives their payout immediately.

Playing Time

Starting 11 4
Coming on as a Substitute 2


For every goal scored (Forward) 40
For every goal scored (Midfielder) 50
For every goal scored (Defender/GK) 60
For every assist 20
For every shots on target (Including Goals) 6
For every chances created 3
For every 5 passes completed 1


Tackle won 4
Interception won 4
For every shots saved (GK) 6
For every Penalty Saved (GK) 50
Cleansheet (GK/ Defender) 20

Cards & Other Penalties

Yellow card -4
Red card -10
Own goal -8
Goals conceded GK/DEF (on the field when the goal is scored) -2
Penalty missed -20

- The team captain earns 2X points, while the vice- captain scores 1.5X.

- Players also earn starting points based on their team inclusion.

- If the player is substituted before a goal is scored, the player still gets a clean sheet.

- Assists will be awarded in following cases:

  • Pass was intentional.
  • For winning a penalty.
  • Free kick that leads to a goal.
  • A cross that results in own goal.

- Assists will not be awarded in the following cases:

  • Opponent touches the ball before it crosses the goal-line.
  • The goal scorer loses possession and then regains it from the opponent.

- If the player misses a penalty and scores on the rebound, he will get points for the penalty but -2 for missing it.

- If a player misses the penalty, but the goalkeeper has not touched the ball in trying to save that penalty, the goalkeeper will not get any points.

The player you choose to be your team's Captain will receive 2 times the points for his/her performance

The player you choose to be your team's Vice-captain will receive 1.5 times the points for his/her performance

An Assist is the final touch (pass, cross or any other touch) leading to the recipient of the ball scoring a goal

In addition to normal assists, the following types of fantasy assists will be awarded to a player:

a) When a shot is saved by goalkeeper, blocked by the defender or hits the goal post, and is scored on the rebound

b) When a player wins a penalty or a direct free-kick that is scored

c) When an opposition player scores an own goal off a cross, pass or shot

An assist is NOT awarded when:

a) When any deflected pass off a single opposition player results in a goal

b) Two or more opposing players touch the ball after the final pass before a goal is scored

c) The goalscorer loses possession to a player from the opposition team and then regains control of the ball before scoring

A Shot on Target is any goal attempt that:

a) Is a goal

b) Would have been a goal but was saved by the goalkeeper or was stopped by an opposition player who is the last-man (with the goalkeeper having no chance of preventing the goal)

A shot on target in NOT awarded when:

a) The shot hits the goal post (unless the ball goes in and is a goal)

b) The shot is blocked by another player, who is not the last-man

A Chance Created, also known as a 'key pass', is the final touch (pass, cross or any other touch) leading to a shot, regardless of whether it is on target (including goals), blocked or off target.

If player A passes the ball to player B, a striker, who then scores, then player B is awarded a Goal and a Shot on Target (40 + 6 = 46 pts), while player A is awarded an Assist and Chance Created (20 + 3 = 23 pts).

A Tackle Won is a tackle where the player successfully takes the ball away from the player in possession, by either winning possession or putting the ball out of play

An Interception Won is where a player intentionally intercepts a pass, by moving into the line of the intended ball, and retains possession of the ball

A Save is where a goalkeeper prevents the ball from entering the goal with any part of his body

A Clean Sheet is awarded for not conceding a goal whilst on the field and playing at least 55 minutes.

If a player gets substituted before a goal is conceded but has played more than 55 minutes, they will still get the Clean Sheet bonus.

If a player misses a penalty kick but the goalkeeper hasn't touched the ball, the goalkeeper will NOT get any points for saving the penalty, while the penalty taker will get -20 points for the miss

Goals conceded will be counted for the players playing on the field at the time of the goal irrespective of player's total playing time

If a player receives a red card, he will continue to be penalised for goals conceded by his/her team. i.e for the goals conceded after he leaves the field

If a player gets a yellow card and then a second yellow (or even straight red), he only gets negative points for the red card

If a player receives a yellow or red card for an off-field activity, the Fantasy Points will come into effect if:

a) He already played the match and was substituted.

b) He comes onto the field as a substitute after receiving a yellow card.

We get all our stats from Sports Entity.

54 minutes and 1 second onwards (54'1") will be considered as 55 minutes for the purpose of point calculation.

Once the points have been marked as completed i.e. winners have been declared, no further adjustments will be made. Points awarded live in-game are subject to change as long as the status is 'In progress' or 'Waiting for review'.

Any event during extra time will be considered for awarding points

Any event during penalty shootouts will not be considered for awarding points

Starting points are assigned to any player on the basis of announcement of his/her inclusion in the team. However, in case the player is unable to start the match after being included in the team sheet, he/she will not score any points. Points shall however, be applicable (including starting points) to any player who plays as a replacement of such player to whom starting points were initially assigned.

Fantasy Points for the ISL will be awarded based on the information and stats provided by the official ISL score providers. The information on the official scorecard will override all conditions mentioned for assists, passes, etc. THE OFFICIAL ISL SCORECARD IS THE FINAL POINT OF REFERENCE FOR AWARDING POINTS IN FANTASY ISL.

In case a player is transferred/reassigned to a different team between two scheduled updates, for any reason whatsoever, such transfer/reassignment (by whatever name called) shall not be reflected in the roster of players until the next scheduled update. It is clarified that during the intervening period of two scheduled updates, while such player will be available for selection in the team to which the player originally belong, no points will be attributable to such player during the course of such contest.

A player who has not participated in the game as part of the starting 11 or as a substitute, will not be awarded negative points for receiving a yellow or red card for off field activity

In case the player does not play the match at all, no points will be given.

If a player received a yellow or red card for an off-field activity, the Fantasy Points will come into effect if

a) He already played the match and was subbed off

b) He comes on the field as substitute after receiving a yellow card and plays the match