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Online Football Prediction League Game.

Here you can try to predict scores of many european and international football championships, such as italian Seria A, spanish LaLiga, english Barclays Premiership, german BundesLiga, russian Premier Liga, World Cup 2014 Brazil, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and more.

Just register, if you are not registered yet, and you can start play with many others football fans from all over the world.

Try your skills and knowledges of football, predict the scores of football matches, collect points and win.

If you are a real fan of football and love this game, this site is for you. Our online football prediction league game is absolutely free, you don't need to pay for playing in our game.

Also if you do not wnat to play, you can just visit our site to read latest football news, look at the football matches played in different football leagues, and always be informed about football results.

So what is the difference between other online football games and our site? Other similar sites have only one or two prediction leagues, but here, in our online football prediction game you can play in many different leagues.

Online Predict Football Score facebook application

  • We are announcing new Facebook application Football Scores. Choose the teams you like and always be informed about their latest match results.

Friend Leagues

  • We are announcing new future - Friend Leagues. Now you can play with your friends in private Friend Leagues and view leaderboard only within your joined Friend League. You can simply create, join to the Friend Leagues, invite your friends. Just click here to start manage Friend Leagues.

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Rules of the Online Football Prediction Game

Rules of the Online Football Prediction Game are very simple.
  • Predict football scores in one or more leagues and collect points.
  • For correct result with more than 5 goals - 4 points.
  • For correct result - 3 points.
  • For correct outcome and goals difference - 2 points.
  • For draw with incorrect result - 2 points.
  • For correct outcoume and incorrect goals difference - 1 point.
  • For incorrect outcome - 0 points.

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Soccer-Swedish championship results and standings
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Tax fraud case against Lionel Messi goes ahead

Tax fraud case against Lionel Messi goes aheadA Spanish judge on Monday rejected a prosecutor's request to drop charges of tax fraud against Lionel Messi and ordered the investigation into three cases of suspected unpaid taxes to proceed. A court statement said there was ''sufficient evidence'' to believe the Barcelona and Argentina star ''could have known and consented'' to the creation of a fictitious corporate structure to avoid paying taxes on income from his image rights. The statement was issued by the court in Gava, Barcelona, that was initially called on by prosecutors to investigate if there was a case for Messi and his father to answer. In June, Messi's public relations firm said a prosecutor had agreed to drop the tax fraud case against the player and his father.

FIFA seeks investigation of Tavecchio remarks
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Soccer-FIFA ask FIGC to investigate Italy racism row
(Adds Tavecchio statement) By Terry Daley ROME, July 28 (Reuters) - FIFA has asked the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) to investigate comments made by Carlo Tavecchio, the favourite to become its next president, in which he referred to African players as "banana eaters". "Media reports concerning alleged racist comments by one of the presidential candidates for the Italian FA have alerted FIFA's Task Force against racism and discrimination and its chairman Jeffrey Webb," FIFA said in a statement on Monday. "As such, FIFA has written a letter to the Italian FA asking it to take the appropriate steps to investigate and decide on this matter and report to FIFA." FIGC vice-president Tavecchio has received a wave of criticism for his comments, which came at the summer assembly of Italy's amateur leagues (LND).
FIFA extends Sammut, Edusei bans worldwide
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Everton sign Bosnia midfielder Besic
Everton sign Ferencvaros and Bosnia midfielder Muhamed Besic on a five-year contract for an undisclosed fee.
Celtic sign striker Berget on loan
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