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All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 28 Apr 2012, 11:47

Hello,
I'd like to invite you to join All-Europe Football, a unique fantasy game comprising five major European leagues: EPL, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, plus Champions League, Europa League, as well as H2H League Cups, FA Cups, Supercups. The financial model is rather realistic with contracts up to 5 years, international and national loans and transfers, signing fees etc. Up to 98 people could participate. To get a better idea, watch the short tutorials or visit the league forum. We kick off in June/July.
Cheers,
Daniel

Introduction to finances: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQJRvHOw0YY
Introduction to scoring: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=To2Wr0f50uY
League forum and sign-up: http://www.profsl.com/smf/index.php?board=1616.0

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 27 Jun 2012, 14:27

We're currently around 20 people, but up to 100 people could take part (in which case you'd be limited to one team each). I'll be travelling to the Olympic Games, thus the official kick-off is August 12.

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 12 Jul 2012, 15:10

Garf wrote:We're currently around 20 people, but up to 100 people could take part (in which case you'd be limited to one team each). I'll be travelling to the Olympic Games, thus the official kick-off is August 12.


(Scratch that, turns out in France they're kicking off on August 11.)

Our game has started! You can still join.

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby rossn13 » 12 Jul 2012, 16:06

Just watched your YouTube video's and it seems like a really interesting concept!

I presume that I've missed the boat for drafting free agents / contract bidding. How does a late entrant go about selecting their squad?

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 12 Jul 2012, 16:13

rossn13 wrote:Just watched your YouTube video's and it seems like a really interesting concept!

I presume that I've missed the boat for drafting free agents / contract bidding. How does a late entrant go about selecting their squad?


You haven't missed anything, we've started this morning! You're most welcome to join!
Please register at ProFSL and check out the rules, then ask me concrete remaining questions over there, ok?

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby rossn13 » 12 Jul 2012, 18:16

Garf wrote:
rossn13 wrote:Just watched your YouTube video's and it seems like a really interesting concept!

I presume that I've missed the boat for drafting free agents / contract bidding. How does a late entrant go about selecting their squad?


You haven't missed anything, we've started this morning! You're most welcome to join!
Please register at ProFSL and check out the rules, then ask me concrete remaining questions over there, ok?


Signed up... Finally got my head around all of the rules. I'm VERY excited :D

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby rossn13 » 16 Jul 2012, 10:22

I highly recommend this game to my fellow FISO members!

The league is basically a 'franchise league' where you take the name only of a top European club. You then need to bid against other teams for a squad of players using a fixed budget. Like an auction league. The difference being, once players are purchased you can give them contracts ranging between 1-5 years. So this is a long term game, but they seem like a good bunch of lads to get on with. The title of All-Europe is a little misleading so don't be put off. You don't need to keep tabs on the whole of Europe, you can just play the Premier League if you want, as you can only sign players playing in your domestic league. During subsequent transfer windows after the free draft is over, Players are traded between teams by agreeing transfer fees. If a player moves country I.E. Kagawa to the PL, an auction takes place and his old German club receives the money from the auction.

There are still a few spaces left and you haven't missed anything yet so get yourselves involved!

If you have any questions feel free to ask :mrgreen:

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 26 Aug 2012, 11:24

This would probably be the last moment to join before January, as the transfer window closes in 2 weeks. We're 95% full, but I should manage to squeeze you in if interested. If you want to know more, contact me at ProFSL. I won't be coming back here.

Again, in short: it's a web of major European football competitions. Allows every user to own up to 1 team per country. The competitions are the top divisions in England, Spain, Italy, Germany, and France. Separate player universe per country, allowing for easy scoring according to the national calendar. Countries connected by international transfers and loans, Champions League, and Europa League. Bonus: head-to-head League Cup and FA Cup. International and national transfers, international and national loans, free agents. Transfer fees, loan fees, signing fees. Every team has its budget (the vault), from which both fees (deducted once) and salaries of the players (deducted every 6 months) are paid. When buying a player, an understanding has to be reached between both teams (resulting in a transfer fee), as well as between the player and his new club (resulting in a new contract). All team rosters built from scratch.

I also made two video tutorials for members:
Finances: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQJRvHOw0YY
Scoring: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=To2Wr0f50uY

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 04 Sep 2012, 11:05

Tomorrow is the final deadline, you can't join until January if you miss it.

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 15 Dec 2012, 14:56

As we are nearing the January transfer window, this would be a good moment to come and join us!
If interested, please sign up at ProFSL. We have a couple of openings in each country.

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 21 Dec 2012, 20:46

Openings as the January transfer window approaches:
Portsmouth, West Ham, Sunderland
Evian, St. Etienne, Nantes
Bayern Munich, Gladbach
Getafe, Villarreal
AC Milan, Chievo

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 16 Jan 2013, 13:07

Update on availibilities:

Evian, Nantes
maybe HSV
maybe ManCity
Getafe
Chievo

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 14 Mar 2013, 14:59

We still have a couple of spots available!

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 10 May 2013, 18:31

We're nearing season 2! Here comes a quick reminder:

In All-Europe Football we have five separate leagues for the five major European soccer competitions:
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Contracts up to 5 years, transfers, loans, Champions League, all that jazz:
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Season 2 starts this summer, with possible additions of a second division in England and Fantrax scoring. Interested in at least 1 country? Sign up here:
http://www.profsl.com/smf/index.php?topic=51155.0

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 26 Jun 2013, 16:39

Both the Fantrax scoring and the addition of a lower division in England confirmed!
This way, next season we'll have an even deeper, but much simpler game in terms of team maintenance!
Still looking for a couple of new people. Do you know anybody who might be interested?

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 15 Jul 2013, 16:27

Fantrax finally enabled the new season, so our free agency will open next week. Still looking for more people!

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 27 Jul 2013, 12:47

The free agency opens tomorrow. Where will Cavani, Jovetic, Falcao, and Neymar go?

EPL & Championship: 24 participants, 3 available
Bundesliga: 15 participants, 5 available
La Liga: 16 participants, 8 available
Serie A: 16 participants, 5 available
Ligue 1: 14 participants, 6 available

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 30 Jul 2013, 09:30

Woohoo, 80 auction threads in the first 48 hours of free agency! You won't find a more active league!

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 04 Aug 2013, 08:45

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 10 Sep 2013, 11:01

The season is underway, but desperately needs more fresh blood!

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 17 Jan 2014, 10:57

Due to technical difficulties we were forced to cancel this season on the continent, but England is still very much alive and kicking.
Any interest in Villa or Fulham? Sign up and take your pick after you've read the rules!

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 28 Jun 2014, 07:58

Fantrax still won't add other countries, but England is working perfectly and entering the third season next month. The addition of a lower division worked out really nicely too, so this summer we have a couple of very different openings: some mid-table EPL teams, the newly promoted Newcastle, Fulham freshly relegated to the Championship, and a couple of teams stuck there too.

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 24 Jul 2014, 14:04

With record-breaking 18 people on board, the Free Agency has just started. Kick-off in three weeks!

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 03 Jul 2015, 10:00

Welcome to AEF Reborn - a much simplified EPL with a live Fantrax auction.
No spreadsheets, no contracts, no salaries, no keepers, no extra rules. Just you and the WAG's.

Rules: http://www.fantrax.com/fantasy/leagueRu ... jbibn7sxzt
Sign-up: http://www.profsl.com/smf/index.php?topic=222126

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 10 Jul 2015, 14:39

It's official: live auction draft this coming Sunday: 2pm ET = 8pm CET.

To reply to the most common first question: it's free of course!

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Re: All-Europe Football

Postby Garf » 26 Jun 2016, 15:07

We're back. You know where to sign up!


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