football predictions since 1979
WELCOME TO THE FPA 2019-2020 SEASON (35th)

All competitions suspended until 30 May earliest. Please check the football news and check back here from time to time


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What is FPA?
The FPA is a collection of amateur football fans forecasting or 'predicting' games from English Premier League, English Championship, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa league, English FA Cup, English League Cup and a team local to where the FPA began, Gillingham FC, in Kent, England (English League One).

It began with one league for a trial period in 1979-1980, before any predicting or 'tipping' leagues existed, to our knowledge. So it is possibly the oldest and longest running football predictions competition in Britain, and possibly the world.

Over the years it has developed into three main leagues and three minor leagues, four cup competitions and the inclusion of professional forecasters from the world of newspaper pools tipsters and TV football pundits. Since its start, many have tried to win the predictions leagues and cups, with over 80 having taken part at one time or another.

When we started back then there was no Internet; now, everyone it seems is an online tipster. You can get online predictions, join predictions competitions for money or just for fun, use 'Tipping' forecasts or software promising to win you much on football betting. But apart from the fact we at FPA have been doing it longer than anyone else, year in year out our best have been better than all the rest. We consistently beat the professional newspaper pundits; we have beaten prediction software; online tipsters; and the BBC's own expert Mark 'Lawro' Lawrensen. Why? We don't have a magic formula, but we do know and love our football - and we know how to predict successfully.

We may be able to provide a predictions service from our best predictors of English Premier League, English domestic cups and UEFA Champions and Europa League games. This is something we are looking into. Please see the Contact page.

For a full history, see HISTORY.
For past seasons' records, see RECORDS.

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Current Standings

Any score for Overall, Homes and Aways (1-2-X) over 50% means of course we are getting more than 1 in every 2 predictions correct. For Draws, anything above 33.33% means of course we are getting more than 1 in every 3 predictions correct. These are 'bench mark' success rates to aim for and are indicators as to how well a predictor is performing, especially the Professional tipsters who are getting paid for it.
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