FPL App – FPL Manager

FPL Manager – The Ultimate Fantasy Premier League App.

Click here to download the app from the App Store.


The unrivaled Fantasy Football app for players of the official Barclays Fantasy Premier League (FPL) game. Makes managing your team on the go a breeze and ensures you’ll never forget to make those last minute transfers wherever you are. Packed full of features, news, tips & tricks that will ensure you get the edge over your managerial rivals and climb to the top of your mini leagues.


Manage:  Drag and drop management of your team. Full transfer functionality including wildcards. Latest points for the current and previous gameweeks.

Leagues:  All of your important mini-leagues accessible in one place. See how you are doing compared to your FPL managerial rivals.

Players: Full player database search. Interactive filtering of players ensures finding the next transfer target is effortless. Suspension and Injuries default views.

Add any player to your personal watchlist.

Fixtures: Full fixtures and results built in to the app. Watch results come in on matchday and see who has scored those all important points. View of next 3 fixtures for all teams facilitates careful transfer selection.

News: Get all the latest team news, tips and tricks from a selection of the best fantasy football resources from around the

Social: Full Twitter and Facebook integration. Ask your followers to rate your team for the upcoming gamweek. Gloat or commiserate about your gameweek

Why FPL Manager is better than the Official Premier League App


FPL Manager VS Official App


1.  Price £0.69 vs. £1.49

2. Purchase once & lifetime free updates vs. Purchase new app every season.

3. Native iOS app = responsive & fluid UI vs. HTML5 app which is cumbersome and has a frustrating UI.

4 . News Feed giving you updated team news, tips and tricks vs. None

5 . You can see the next 3 Fixtures = planning ahead made easy vs. None

6 . Choosing Players: full powerful filter & sort vs. Restricted filter & sort combinations

7 . Direct injury and suspension lists vs. None

8. Built in feedback direct to developers vs. None

9. Dream team: overall and weekly view vs. None

10. Social sharing: RMT, Gameweek points via Twitter/Facebook vs None


website – http://www.fplmanager.co.uk

direct app download link – http://app.lk/BX2

twitter – @fplmanager












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