The Portuguese Football Federation has teamed up with RealFevr to launch the BPI Fantasy League, Europe’s first women’s football virtual league. The goal is to bring the Portuguese women’s championship closer to football fans by providing them with an exciting new entertainment tool.
The launch of the BPI Fantasy League coincides with the opening day of the women’s championship, and will offer registered users statistics about the players and national clubs that will be in action this weekend.
Founded in 2015, RealFevr is a Portuguese startup that develops fantasy products for several football competitions around the world. This is the first women’s football competition and it was only possible due to the partnership with the Portuguese Football Federation.
The competition is already open and can be accessed through various platforms — web / smartphone / tablet. Access the BPI Fantasy League directly here.
Registered users will be able to choose their favorite players and bet on future Portuguese female football stars.
To play, simply install the free RealFevr app, choose your favorite BPI League club and make your team of 15 players, 11 on the pitch, 4 on the bench. You can even create private leagues with your friends and challenge them to compete against you.
The 19/20 BPI League kicks off with an exciting duel between Sporting CP and SC Braga, the last two national champions. The championship begins this Sunday, September 15, at 16h00 (GMT+1), so the first gameweek blocks, an hour earlier, at 15h00 (GMT+1). Until then, you can move freely in your squad until you have the perfect 15 to lead you to victory.
Prizes for the best
Because the best players should always be recognized, there will be prizes for the best coach of every gameweek and the top three at the end of the BPI Fantasy League season.
If you have coaching DNA, venture into Europe’s first official women’s football fantasy and keep an eye on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to catch up on all the news of the season. The goal, of course, is for you to be the best coach in Portugal… even if it’s just fantasy football.
Now, go make your BPI Fantasy League!