Euro 2020 is just around the corner and we have the perfect free-to-play game to fulfil your fantasy football needs.
Dream Team Euros is FREE to play and there is a £50,000 jackpot up for grabs.
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When can you play?
You can create your fantasy football team today!
The game is available to play on the Dream Team app (which you may need to update) and also online.
You will be able to tinker with your selections up until the start of the first game, which is Turkey vs Italy at 8pm on June 11th.
Players can still join after the opening game, but you will have just missed out on scoring points on the games which have already taken place.
The game is available to people in the UK or Republic of Ireland and you must be 18+.
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Dream Team Euros is HERE!
The best fantasy football game to accompany Euro 2020 has arrived.
And you can play absolutely FREE for your chance to win the £50,000 jackpot.
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Dream Team Euros
- £50,000 jackpot
- The best fantasy football game this summer
- Play in mini-leagues against your mates, colleagues, family members – and some hand-picked celebrities
- FREE to play
How to play Dream Team?
Dream Team managers will be handed a £50million budget to pick their best possible XI.
Once you have overcome your selection headache, you will have the opportunity to make 20 transfers after the opening game.
Goalkeepers and defenders will be awarded points if their team keeps a clean sheet.
Points are also scored for goals, assists, hat-tricks, match ratings of 7+ – supplied by WhoScored – and the player with the highest match rating, also known as Star Man – will be given an additional five points.
Dream Team Euros £50k jackpot with free-to-play fantasy football game
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