SFL Communications

December 9, 2017

The Simulation Football League is proud to announce the Season 10 version of www.simulationfl.net, complete with a league shop in partnership with Richards Printworks.

“Our updated website features box scores from every game in league history – regular season and playoffs – with new leaderboards that showcase our history in an even more detailed way,” said Commissioner Cameron Irvine. “Having a shop with custom items and beautiful works for each and every team is just the next step in our evolution. We can’t wait for many more exciting announcements to come.”

More merchandise will be added as demand pours in and shop functionality is in beta – report errors to the league office so we can better serve you. Purchasing SFL Shop items through www.simulationfl.net is currently disabled, as we are still working out processing and handling for international orders and multiple purchases. Please e-mail [email protected] to complete your purchase. Richards Printworks features a 3D printer, that has the capabilities to stretch outside just t-shirts and with a direct access to the SFL communities needs, is the perfect shop partner to help the SFL.

“One of the most exciting things about our new partnership is the ability to make stylish merchandise custom to the individual player, with name, number, position and more proudly displayed on their order,” Irvine said. “Every player’s purchase literally can be unique from someone else’s, every time.”

Player ratings and activity can be found in the ‘about’ section of the website’s navigation menu as will a more organized news section and all of the league’s history. The site’s new loading pages feature Discord’s dark theme tying the website to the league’s community hub, which is now easily accessible to newcomers through the invite link at the top of the site. To see who all is active in the community at any given time, use the lines icon at the far right of the nav menu to expand discord activity.

Team and player pages got the biggest upgrades.

Team pages now feature custom headers, photo galleries and designated pages for team news, stats, roster, schedule and results – rather than all of it being stored on one page. Please be patient as the league uploads and categorizes thousands of in-game images taken of players and teams over the last five years.

Player pages will now show game-by-game stats for the players history on his current team, which will help our broadcast team more easily track season and career highs in real time and displays the player’s current overall value against a team’s cap.

Be on the lookout for more exciting announcements as the league prepares for Season 10’s start next month. #loadinglegends