Round 22 Review Of One Future Football

The final round of the season in One Future Football produced drama, controversy and wonderful action across the six games.

We’ll start in Buenos Aires where Club Sportivo Palermo wrapped up fourth place with a 3-1 win over Bondi FC. Alex Vergara, Ignacio Correa and Miguel Condori on target for Los Dioses. Ricardo Augusto scored for The Blues who finished the season in ninth.

The circus then moved to India where Bengaluru Phoenix needed to beat Naija United to have any chance of making the playoffs. They couldn’t do that as it finished 1-1. Charles Ogude opened the scoring for Naija and Sushil Rao netted for the Indian side.

Next, it was a battle at the bottom as Tokyo Youth Club hosted South London United in Japan. Tokyo won 3-1 which saw them jump above The Ballers who finished the season bottom. A Henrique Bastos double and a Wanchai Bunmi cancelled out the opener from Adrien Grondin.

Focus moved to the top of the table as Manhattan FC, who were looking to steal second from Paris St-Denis, hosted FC Angelenos in an All-American Derby. The game finished 1-1 with Jose Alcantar and Mateo Morales scoring the goals. That momentarily moved Manhattan above Paris into that second spot.

Next, we went to Saudi Arabia where Riyadh Stars and Brasil Amazonia battled to see who would take sixth place and that final playoff spot. Amazonia, who only needed a point, opened the scoring through Andrea Olivieri. Riyadh equalised thanks to Alex Aquino in the 32nd minute. Despite pushing hard, Riyadh couldn’t get the winner and it was Amazonia who clinched sixth place.

The final game of the round was in Paris as Paris St-Denis hosted the regular season champions Inter Nusantara. Paris needed at least a point to take second place and they got three in the end thanks to a 3-1 final score. Florian Grava and Bas Holsink traded goals in the first half, but late strikes from Danylo Melynchuk and Jung Sang-Min won it for Paris St-Denis.

Final Standings

Playoff Draw

Highest-Rated Players

Florian Grava was sensational in Paris St-Denis’ win over Inter Nusantara and Zlatko Kozbasic was the bright spark for Bondi in their 3-1 defeat in Argentina.
(L-R) Florian Grava, Zlatko Kozbasic

Big Stories

Manhattan FC officials are furious with Inter Nusantara after the Indonesian side rested six players for their game against Paris St-Denis. Manhattan needed Paris to lose that game so they could hang onto second place, but they won 3-1.
Nusantara rested the players because they had already wrapped up the regular season title and were preparing for playoffs.
One Future Football is the world’s first global football league. It features 12 new super clubs with 264 new superstar players from 88 countries. Virtual football, real competition. Pick your team and cheer them on - all matches are free-to-view and fans earn team credits every time they watch their team and points every time their players play in matches. Find out more at