Round 14 Recap: One Future Football

One Future Football is revolutionizing the global football scene with the introduction of the world’s first global football league. Twelve new super clubs feature 264 elite players from 88 countries, creating a virtual football experience like no other.

Fans can pick their favorite team and cheer them on, with all matches being free-to-view. Additionally, fans have the opportunity to earn team credits every time they watch their team play, as well as points every time their chosen players participate in matches.

In Los Angeles, FC Angelenos secured their fourth win in five games by defeating Brasil Amazonia 2-1. Kevin Vidal emerged as the unlikely hero for “La Familia,” scoring twice in the second half and earning his first goals of the season. Despite Thiago Barros giving Amazonia the lead in the first half, Angelenos now sit in third place, just three points off the top spot.

Inter Nusantara, the league leaders, emerged victorious in a five-goal thriller in India, overcoming Bengaluru Phoenix 3-2 despite playing with ten men for a significant portion of the game. Bas Holsink, Ze Antunes, and Olle Mustafa found the back of the net for the Indonesian side. Bengaluru’s goals were achieved through a Noah Drakenburg penalty and an injury-time strike by Liam O’Malley.

In Sydney, Bondi FC watched a two-nil lead slip away late in their match against Tokyo Youth Club. Even though Ash Jones and Renato Augusto put Bondi in control, goals in the 84th and 85th minute by Raphael Hauffe and Yanis N’Diaye saw the teams share the points.

Naija United secured a dramatic 2-1 victory over Riyadh Stars in Lagos, with Uchenna Chibueze scoring five minutes into added time to secure the win for the Nigerian club. This victory propelled them off the bottom of the table.

Club Sportivo Palermo drew 1-1 with Paris St-Denis, with the giant Austrian Manuel Wolf putting the French side ahead before Ignacio Correa leveled for Palermo.

In New York, Manhattan FC secured a convincing 2-0 win over South London United, with Isaac Carter scoring in the first minute and Dale Ramos netting after the break. The standout performances of Luca Johnson and 18-year-old Ash Jones earned them Player of the Round and Young Player of the Round honors, respectively.

Egyptian international footballer Sarah Essam made headlines by sporting Riyadh Stars’ home kit, taking on an official club ambassadorship for the Stars. Meanwhile, Naija United star Deji Akande made a trip to Belgium to attend a Burna Boy concert, citing the artist as one of his main sources of inspiration.

The latest winners of 1FF Fantasy Football include PATRICEEVRA and BOX2BOXBOLA, who were triumphant in the Free mode and Pro mode, respectively. To enter your fantasy team, visit, register, and select your squad of five players ahead of Round 15 for a chance to win cash prizes, kits, player cards, and more.


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