Football Prediction Competition English Season 2020/2021
SEASON 2019/2020: Ian M. of Seattle
Sep 2020: Fiona M. of Seattle, Rebecca C. of Tacoma
2020/2021 RULES AND ARRANGEMENTS
THE SEASON COMPETITION will have a different format for the 2020/2021 season and you will not have to submit an entry until December 2020. This will give entrants time to assess how teams are performing before making their selections.
MONTHLY COMPETITION starts in September 2020 and will run monthly up until April 2021.
HOW IT WORKS
Ten matches on a selected weekend of games in each month will be announced. They will be split 4 Premier League games, 2 Championship games, 2 League One games, and 2 League Two games. There will be a link to the entry form on this page. The entry form will give you the option of Home win, Away win, or Draw for each of the ten games. There will also be a tiebreaker question. You will provide some contact details to notify you if you are the winning entry, make your selections, and submit your entry. The results and the winning score will be published on this page a few days after the games.
1. You must be a citizen or legal resident of the United States
2. You must be aged 18 or over on the closing date of the competition
3. Only one entry per email address. Multiple entries from the same email address will lead to all entries being voided
4. By entering, you agree to having your first name, last name initial and city of residence published on this website and our social media if you are the winner.
5. The winner will be the entry with the most correct results. If there is a tie , then the tiebreaker will be applied to determine the winner. If still tied, the prize will be shared. Any postponed or abandoned games will not count towards the correct result total.
6. All results are final. No correspondence will be entered in to about these rules or competition arrangements.
Prizes will be paid out as gift cards from a selection of brands notified to the winner. The prize is determined by the number of correct results in the winning entry: 6 or less = $30; 7 = $40 8 = $50 9 = $75 All 10 = $100
English Premier League
Prizes every Month!
FREE TO ENTER!
Season Winner: $100
Season 2nd place: $50
Monthly Winners: $30-100
Vale Park, Burslem, Stoke on Trent
PREMIER LEAGUE TEAMS 20/21
Arsenal Aston Villa Brighton and Hove Albion Burnley Chelsea Crystal Palace Everton Fulham Leeds United Leicester City Liverpool Manchester City Manchester United Newcastle United Sheffield United Southampton Tottenham Hotspur West Bromwich Albion West Ham United Wolverhampton Wanderers
CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS 20/21
AFC Bournemouth Barnsley Birmingham City Blackburn Rovers Brentford Bristol City Cardiff City Coventry City Derby County Huddersfield Town Luton Town Middlesbrough Millwall Norwich City Nottingham Forest Preston North End Queens Park Rangers Reading Rotherham United Sheffield Wednesday Stoke City Swansea City Watford Wycombe Wanderers
LEAGUE ONE TEAMS 20/21
Accrington Stanley AFC Wimbledon Blackpool Bristol Rovers Burton Albion Charlton Athletic Crewe Alexandra Doncaster Rovers Fleetwood Town Gillingham Hull City Ipswich Town Lincoln City MK Dons Northampton Town Oxford United Peterborough Plymouth Argyle Portsmouth Rochdale Shrewsbury Town Sunderland Swindon Town Wigan Athletic
LEAGUE TWO TEAMS
AFC Barrow Bolton Wanderers Bradford City Cambridge United Carlisle United Cheltenham Town Colchester United Crawley Town Exeter City Forest Green Rovers Grimsby Town Harrogate Town Leyton Orient Mansfield Town Morecambe Newport County Oldham Athletic Port Vale Salford City Scunthorpe United Southend United Stevenage Tranmere Rovers Walsall
TABLES AND ALL MATCHES ON OUR SPORTS PAGE
DID YOU KNOW?
LIVERPOOL lost 7-2 away to Aston Villa on the 4th October. The last time Liverpool conceded more than 5 goals in an away loss was in 2015. Not to any of the top clubs, but to now Championship side, Stoke City. Stoke won 6-1. Jordan Henderson played in that game and was on the bench for the Villa defeat.
KENNY DALGLISH was the last former footballer to receive a knighthood in 2018. The first former player to receive a knighthood was Charles Clegg in 1927. Clegg founded Sheffield United FC and served as both President and Chairman of the FA. The only former international player to hold a :Honorary" knighthood is Pele.
SEAN DYCHE of Burnley is the longest serving Premier League Manager for the same team and will celebrate 8 years in the job at the end of October 2020. The only Manager in the four tiers with 10 or more years in the same job is Simon Weaver of Harrogate Town.