3v3 SQUADS FAQ
WHAT IS SQUADS?
Squads is going to be OUR version of Pro Clubs – but in two variants; 3v3 & 11v11 Formats.
This will be ran in the Virtual Pro Network Application.
WHAT IS THE VIRTUAL PRO NETWORK?
Each Player MUST be registered in the Virtual Pro Network Application (VPN) to play.
This application allows teams to submit results, stats; review fixtures and competitions on a Domestic Level but also International Level.
WHAT PLATFORMS WILL 3v3 BE AVAILABLE?
HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED?
The basic requirement.
Register your account in Virtual Pro Network and become a Free Agent. Look for a Team that suits your needs and make contact!
Fancy yourself as a Jurgen Klopp or Pep Guardiola?
Register (if you haven’t already) yourself in VPN and complete the Application Form Below.
Once you’ve been allocated a team, you can then go on to Recruit your Squad!
Each Squad Requires :
- Min. Players / Max. Players : 3-5
- Manager : Responsible for Organisation / Attendance / Recruitment / Submission of Results / Stats
So, you’ve already got your team (mates) and want to show the world you’re Winners!?
If this is the case, simply register (if you aren’t already in VPN) and complete the Application form below!
We’ve selected Thursday evenings for the following reasons:
- The Premier League has Matches on a Monday night
- The Champions League rounds are played on a Tuesday & Wednesday evening
- Other Community’s Competitions are hosted on alternate nights and as such, this will maximise where possible, the number of players and teams to be involved.
Although we’re based in the UK, we have to be mindful of our friends and players from around Europe.
By highlighting 8.30pm and 9pm UK time, this would generally suggest between a +1 or +2 hour window for our friends from around Europe.
As with all aspects, this is OPEN for adjustment.
Please check the 3v3 Competition Rules in the drop down menu or the button below to be taken directly to the rules.
This will take you directly to the rules page.
What you’ll notice that we’ve added a failsafe.
Should BOTH managers agree to play at a different time / day, then we’re happy for this to take place, so long as the fixture or fixtures for that week are played within the week so we don’t see a fixture pile up.
Should BOTH managers not agree, then we’ve got the default matchday to fall back upon.