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It may have only been a few weeks since the end of a gruelling Fantasy Premier League season, but it’s already time for football fans to put their manager hats back on.

Whether you got pummelled in your FPL mini-leagues or basked in the glory of champion status, attention now turns to fantasy football for Euro 2024 this summer. With the tournament kicking off on 14 June, time is running out to finalise your team.

Of course, much like FPL, the tournament’s biggest stars will reside in the majority of teams, with the likes of Kylian Mbappe and Cristiano Ronaldo likely to be among the most popular choices. However, things work a little differently in Euro 2024 fantasy football, with tactical changes required for managers across the globe.

Here is your guide to Euro 2024 fantasy football.

UEFA Euro 2024 Germany

There is an official Euro 2024 fantasy football / SOPA Images/GettyImages

Much like the Premier League launches its own official fantasy football game, UEFA have done the same for Euro 2024. This will be where the bulk of players flock to ahead of the tournament, with UEFA having done similar for previous European Championships.

Fantasy football is accessible on the official UEFA website via the ‘Gaming’ tab, but it’s also available on the Euro 2024 app.

Euro 2024 fantasy football has similarities with FPL, with managers selecting a team of 15 players – two goalkeepers, five defenders, five midfielder and three forwards. An initial budget of €100m is handed out, but this figure rises to €105m after the group stage.

Initially, only three players can be selected from the same nation, but this increases as the tournament progresses, eventually reaching up to eight players from one country by the final.

However, elsewhere there are greater similarities with UEFA Champions League fantasy football than FPL. For example, managers are able to change captains and make substitutions during a matchday, giving them greater flexibility to react to team news and poor performances. Managers can swap their captain – who scores double points – to another player yet to play, while four substitutions can be made throughout the matchday.

Scoring is similar in terms of key categories, with goals earning defenders six points, five for midfielders and four for forwards. However, players also get points for a range of other actions, including ball recoveries and goals outside the area.

The full list of rules is available on the UEFA website.


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