Play in a simulated football league - find great movies and TV shows - play Werewolf - play video games (try our Minecraft server) - argue about politics - listen to music - keep up with science news - play board games - just gasbag - discuss true crime - and so much more.
Congrats and hopefully we can join you! But first we have a big semi-final to play.While it's not official I'm going to call it.
WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS!
Ross County defeated Dunfermline 1-0 this morning to move 8pts clear with only 4 games to go. Three of those remaining game are against the bottom three teams.
THE STAGGIES ARE BACK IN THE PREMIERSHIP!
Also, this morning's victory was our 200th home win since joined the Football League in 1994.
Our record since joined the Football League is:
HOME: W200 D111 L143 F705 A544
AWAY: W159 D134 L161 F601 A598
Not a bad record for a small club playing out of a town of only 5500 people.
The odds seem really stacked against the Championship teams. Since it's came in how many teams have actually qualified for the Premiership through the play offs? Livingston last year, I seem to remember Hamilton managing it but the system really seems to favour the team in the Premiership.Dundee United are definitely in the box seat sitting second, the playoffs are little different in Scotland, with the 3rd and 4th placed team playing a two-leg semi-final over a week. The winner then plays the second placed team in a two-leg Final, before the winner places the 11th placed team from the Premiership in a two-leg promotion final. It means for Ayr United and Inverness to achieve promotion they will need to play every Tuesday and Saturday for three weeks. A tough way to make it to the Premiership, but well deserved if they make it.