UCL Fantasy Season 2021/22 Review

The 2021/22 season of Fantasy Champions League is now over. It was a fantastic ride with a great finale. 

Season recap

  • It was a season where balls recovered did not play such a significant role as in two previous seasons. 
  • Chip strategy was extremely important – it was important to use your chips in the groups stage, where we had a low team value, so especially limitless wildcard was important there
  • Premium forwards (Lewandowski, Benzema) was top scoring players, which shows, that we must focus on premium forwards when picking players into our UCL Fantasy team.
  • Captaincy = very important as well = you should focus on big players against easy opositions

Best UCL Fantasy Team 2021/22

Let’s look at the best team of UCL Fantasy 2021/22:

  • Goalkeeper: Courtois (69 points)
  • Defenders: Cancelo (65 points), Militao (60 points), Mandava (60 points)
  • Midfielders: Sané (84 points), Salah (78 points), Mahrez (71 points), Danjuma (66 points)
  • Forwards: Benzema (102 points), Lewandowski (91 points), Haller (69 points)

Source: UCL Fantasy Stats

Fantasy Football Reports League

Congratulation to justincase, who won our FPL Reports mini-league.

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Overall UCL Fantasy 2021/22 winner

Overall UCL Fantasy winner for 2021/22 season is Daniel Turon with amazing 1067 points.

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Conclusion

Another great season is behind us. Hope you succeed in your mini-leagues. I am happy with my overall ranking, as I finish the season on 86th place overall, and I won my country (Slovakia) mini-league for the 5th time in the row.

We will see you in September when UCL Fantasy 2022/23 begins. 

Cheers,

Matej.

 

Matej Šuľan

Fantasy Football enthusiast with two top 1k finishes in FPL. Best FPL overall rank: 119th in 2019/20 season. Five top 500 finishes in UCL Fantasy, best overall rank: 23rd in 2018/19 season. Founder of Fantasy Football Reports.

7 thoughts on “UCL Fantasy Season 2021/22 Review

  1. I think it might be because the number of ball recovery is hard to model quantitatively – it seems to have no correlation with the strength of the team. I tried to build a mathematical model initially but gave up after not able to recognize any pattern.

    1. Thanks for the insight! That’s very useful. I would like to learn more about your research. Would you be interested in writing an article about your research regarding balls recovered? I think many other managers would appreciate that 🙂

      1. Sure, would love to, although the article will be more like reflecting on failed attempts than a success story, lol

        1. Thanks! That’s okay, I still think that it is going to be exciting reading for fantasy football managers that rely on stats and statistical modeling 🙂 Feel free to send me the article to sulanmatej(at)gmail.com . Also, you can include your author bio, if you want 🙂

          1. I just shared the article I wrote in Google Doc with your email. Let me know if you receive and can open it

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