FanDuel - WFBC

November 13, 2007

Fence, I, and maybe a few other SpoFites, are officially proud new owners of a bouncing baby football club.: Ebbsfleet United are about to set sail. (Click on "NEWSDESK" at the top of the page).

posted by Texan_lost_in_NY to soccer at 12:08 PM - 10 comments

How do I get involved in Pittsburgh, Pa, USA?

posted by Steel_Town at 01:04 PM on November 13

On the web, nobody knows you're in Pittsburgh.

posted by lil_brown_bat at 02:16 PM on November 13

How do I get involved in Pittsburgh, Pa, USA? First step is to go to http://members.myfootballclub.co.uk/register and sign up. Then I guess you just follow the steps through. And from the FAQ: “I love English football, but I do not live in England. Can I still join?” Absolutely. Overseas members are positively encouraged. This will also help the club’s scouting network.

posted by squealy at 02:25 PM on November 13

You can pay the 35 GBP through PayPal, but with the weak USD, it'll set you back about $75.00. I signed up last week all the way from Los Angeles!

posted by dwalters951 at 02:50 PM on November 13

Congratulations, Tex, fence, dwalters, and others

posted by Monica Poland at 02:57 PM on November 13

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posted by scully at 03:44 PM on November 13

These fucking American owners coming in and buying up our football clubs... I KNEW the Glaziers were just the tip of the iceberg. [Just kidding - congratualtions to you all]

posted by JJ at 05:34 AM on November 14

JJ, At least us Americans won't be whining that the club is in the Conference/Kent/Southeast/Near London/Not In Walking Distance From My House. I almost think 25% of the MyFC forum thought they could get into the director's box for free.

posted by dwalters951 at 08:50 AM on November 14

Texan, is one of the conditions of ownership to be able to use the "Kickin' Chicks" as your development team? Congrats, guys. Have fun with it.

posted by Howard_T at 09:23 AM on November 14

*L* dwalters, the only club that would have fit the bill for me is Oxford United (I can see the ground from my house just about), but I wouldn't have paid £35 for them... or even a share of £35.

posted by JJ at 05:47 PM on November 14

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