FANTASY FOOTBALL SOFTWARE DOWNLOAD LINKS
Interested in running your own fantasy football game over the internet? Well, we hope
the comments below are useful to you.
A major problem in the independent Fantasy Football Scene is the lack of simulator
software that's free and easy to use. A simulator is a program (usually text based) set up
to simulate a soccer match. Simulators are usually used to simulate results of matches but
can also be used for other things such as keeping vital stats, updating pages and various
other minor tasks. Unless you are familiar in, say, Visual Basic and can programme a
simulator yourself, you will need to rely on someone else's software.
Below you can find a review of each simulator that we are aware of and a link to that
simulator's web site. Statistic tracking software that do not incorporate a simulator
function are also reviewed and listed. Browse through the listing to determine which
software is right for you.
There's basically two types of software that a webmaster needs:
- A simulator to run matches fairly. Entering specific values
to accurately read out a match result and other information such as scorers, the minute
they scored, bookings, sending offs, injuries and so on.
- A type of statistic tracker. Depending on the amount of
detail amongst a website, you need a program that can accurately update your records after
each week, and then possibly export them to HTML. These types of programs can also help
with league tables, top scorers and generally information that can help a site run more
However, there is a major lack of software in both areas which tends to suffocate
Fantasy Soccer based on simulated results. If you have to hand-moderate everything it's a
timely process and extremely hard work, as well as running the risk of human error. The
hard work tends to frighten off some webmasters and therefore, several sites close quickly
because of this, which is why planning the website before it opens is absolutely essential
to it's future.
Enough time behind the scenes needs to be spent, working on the website and making sure
the risk of overworking or running into problems is avoided which can force the site's