FootySimulator has 2 main uses. Some like to play their simulations on best of 99 or,
if they are subscribers, on best of 999 to get useful betting tips on value, correct
scores and other betting markets. Others like to run simulations on best of 1, 3 or 5
to run their own virtual competitions according to their own rules.
The three settings each have their own pros and cons. Best of 1 will naturally lead to
the most shocks. Best of 5 is most accurate but tends to be more predictable and
leads to too many draws.
FootySimulator's flagship competition, the FootySimulator FA Cup runs on best of 1 and we
are generally moving our other competitions to best of 3 which has less shocks
than best of 1 but still allows for some surprise value.
This section is to showcase some of the good work FootySimulator users have been doing to
produce their own competitions. It may hopefully encourage you to design and run your
Back in 2010 a FootySimulator user Not an Octopus
an entire World Cup from the qualifying rounds onwards and posted the results on Wikipedia.
Wikipedia eventually removed the pages however remnants can still be found on other sites
if you google them.
Mike Reede in the USA has been running a series of ongoing competitions on FootySimulator. You
can check these out at his blog
A website called challonge
numerous examples of FootySimulator competitions including one just for countries whose
names end in -Stan.
Michael Peters has been running a set of international competitions using the FootySimulator software.
The competitions correspond to present tournaments and defunct ones such as the Home Internationals.
Click here to see details of Michael's Virtual Football Federation
The following competitions have been produced by one of our users in Luxembourg:
Virtual European Cup 2016
Virtual African Cup 2016
Reverse FSFA Cup 2016
Virtual Panamerican Cup 2016
Virtual Asia-Oceania Cup 2016
Virtual World Cup 2016