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Introducing the €100,000 Champions League Fantasy Freeze Tournament

The 2019/20 UEFA Champions League is gearing up for a spectacular finish and Fanteam is hosting another big event with a HUGE guaranteed prize pool of €100,000! The group stage is over, leaving 16 of Europe’s elite in the knockout phase. This year, the Champions League is more open than ever before with a series of mouth-watering ties to enjoy over the coming weeks! Multiple blockbuster fixtures are the perfect ingredients for a season-style fantasy game, and Fanteam have once again answered the call. Click here to join!

Freeze format

Usually, cup format tournaments are not ideal for a regular season game, but Europe’s biggest daily fantasy sports platform came up with the knockout freeze format! This means users will not be able to change anything about their team. Once the first match of the knock out phase starts, there will be no transfers, no captain changes, no swapping the substitutes around – nothing! You have the same group of players for the whole knockout stages!

Win up to €25,000!

Possibilities are big for most of the teams left in the Champions League but if you want to climb the leaderboard up to the top and win the €25,000 first prize you should probably pick players from two teams which could meet each other in the final. Check out all the players and pick you team here.

Just relax, lean back and root for your players to do the job! Enjoy the Champions League with an added edge! Can you grab one of the top prizes? There are 600 cash prizes on offer!

See all the rules, regulations and summary of the prizes here.

Rules and other info

  • It starts on 18th February at 19:45 GMT
  • Prize pool is guaranteed to be at least €100,000
  • Buy-in is €20+5
  • If the tournament gets more than 5,000 entries, the prize pool will be increased by €20 per additional entry
  • 600 cash prizes in total
  • The tournament consists of Champions League round of 16, quarter finals, semi finals and final
  • Your team is not changeable after the deadline
  • A team will have 15 players of which 4 are substitutes. The priority order of the subs is from left to right, but a sub cannot be used if it results in a non-valid formation

Dan Walker

21. Spanish and Economics student at University of Leeds. Jurgen Klopp worshipping Liverpool fan passionate about all things sport. Sub-editor and part of the 90MAAT analysis and transfers sub-teams.

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1 Liverpool 34 30 2 2 92
2 Manchester City 34 22 3 9 69
3 Chelsea 34 18 6 10 60
4 Leicester City 34 17 8 9 59
5 Manchester United 34 16 10 8 58
6 Wolverhampton Wanderers 34 13 13 8 52
7 Sheffield United 34 13 12 9 51
8 Arsenal 34 12 14 8 50
9 Tottenham Hotspur 34 13 10 11 49
10 Burnley 34 14 7 13 49
11 Everton 34 12 9 13 45
12 Southampton 34 13 5 16 44
13 Newcastle United 34 11 10 13 43
14 Crystal Palace 34 11 9 14 42
15 Brighton & Hov… 34 8 12 14 36
16 West Ham United 34 8 7 19 31
17 Watford 34 7 10 17 31
18 AFC Bournemouth 34 7 7 20 28
19 Aston Villa 34 7 6 21 27
20 Norwich City 34 5 6 23 21

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