Throughout the 2021-22 Premier League campaign, millions of fans will not only be keeping an eye on their own team’s fortunes every weekend, but also that of the players they’ve selected in the hope of achieving Fantasy Football supremacy.
The world of fantasy sports gaming has continued to grow across the world year on year. The Premier League‘s own FPL game is the go-to format for fans of the most popular domestic football competition in the world, with over six million players active this year.
The competition for bragging rights extends to the world of music as well, with a whole host of artists having competed in Fantasy Football for a long time. For the second season, Shoot Music and the Premier League have brought them together to compete in the Official FPL Music League, with over 40 artists and bands signed up for the league. If you have an FPL account, you can log in and view the standings by clicking here.
In the first year of the league during the 2019-20 season, Scotty Stacks from The Manor was crowned as the first FPL Music League Champion. Scotty came close to defending his title in the 2020-21 season, however he finished 2nd behind Ross Millard of The Futureheads, who took a dominant lead at the top midway through the season and never let his grip on 1st place slip, putting up 2,554 points.
Ross is back to defend his title, with dozens of other familiar faces also returning alongside some new names – including Royal Blood, The Wellermen and Vistas – all of whom are looking to claim the title of FPL Music League Champion.
The Horrors and Sinéad O’Brien both put up the same score in Game Week 14, meaning the 37 point gap between 1st and 2nd remains. Yungen puts in a Team of the Week performance to move above The Academic into 3rd, with 2019-20 Champion Scotty Stacks of The Manor rounding out the Top 5.
The back end of the Top 10 is filled out by Rak-Su, White Lies, Scotty’s fellow Manor MC Jonny Dutch, Ed Cosens and Editors.
Sport Playlists bring you the best sport music playlists, all in one place, easy to follow on Spotify, Deezer and other shareable platforms. Listen now, and don’t forget to follow the Fantasy Premier League playlist on Spotify.