Super Weekend: Winners and Losers

The dust is settling on the first-ever Super Weekend in One Future Football. Our clubs played three rounds of matches in four days so 18 games in a 96-hour window.

A lot happened, here are the winners and losers from the weekend. Scroll down for all the results and the league table as it stands.


Brasil Amazônia
The Brazilian club, managed by Cadu Caos, were the big winners as they picked up a maximum of nine points from their three games. They beat Naija United 3-0 in Round 5. They won 2-1 away to Bengaluru Phoenix in Round 6 and they hammered Club Sportivo Palermo 4-0 in the South American derby in Round 7. Amazônia are now top of the league.

South London United
The Ballers finished bottom last season so expectation was low in South London this season, but new manager FPL Raptor has got them going. They won two out of their three games over the weekend to move into the playoff spots in sixth place. Adrien Grondin is back playing his best stuff scoring twice and setting one up for Amit Prasad.

Thiago Barros
The Amazônia striker had a dream weekend scoring four goals in three games and leading his club to the top of the table. He was also the highest-rated fantasy player across the three rounds. The Brazilian is growing in stature.


Inter Nusantara
The defending Champions went into the Super Weekend in first place, but they have fallen to fifth after a winless weekend. They lost 1-0 to Riyadh in Round 5. They drew 0-0 with Paris St-Denis in Round 6 and lost again to FC Angelenos in Round 7. The bad results coincide with the injury to star striker Bas Holsink who picked up a knock in Round 5. Managers Rossi Finza and Aun Rahman are under pressure for a result.

Avram Matz
Manhattan FC's Avram Matz picked up a hamstring injury in their 3-0 win over FC Angelenos and has been ruled out for four games. The Israeli centre-back missed the defeat against Tokyo in Round 7 and will also be out for the upcoming games against Inter Nusantara, Bondi and Naija United.

Bengaluru Phoenix
The Indian club are now bottom of the table and are without a win in their opening seven games. The performances have been decent and they were beaten by just one goal in all the games. Round 7 hurt manager Dhanraj Dhurve the most as they conceded six minutes in added time against South London United to lose the game. A lot of work to do for the Indian club.