Fantasy Premier League is considered one of the most fun games to take part in throughout the football season.
Millions of fans have signed up to the app once again this campaign as they chop and change their line-ups each week aiming for maximum points.
The game has supporters looking out for each player they own every weekend, hoping they get themselves a goal or an assist.
But do those players play FPL themselves? talkSPORT.com takes a look…
Can Premier League players play FPL?
Yes, Premier League players can play FPL.
Just like any fan, they can go onto the app and create a team.
Except they can of course choose themselves and any of their teammates in their 15-player line-up for the season.
However, there have been some concerns in the past over whether the stars should be allowed to play FPL due to how connected it is with real-life games.
And some clubs have even put rules on whether the squad can take part or not.
That followed some high-profile cases of leaked team news after players transferred out or substituted a teammate ahead of a game.
One specific case was at Aston Villa, where Jack Grealish was injured ahead of a game and due to an FPL transfer, that news was leaked.
Who has a team this season?
There are a total of 17 Premier League players who are confirmed to have teams in FPL this season.
Tottenham’s James Maddison and Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsdale headline the names as the England teammates get involved in the action.
And among those on FPL, they have come up with some superb names
Below is the confirmed list of Premier League players who play FPL and their team names, as collected by fplbot.app.
Full list of Premier League players playing FPL
- John McGinn (Aston Villa) – Meatballers
- Matt Targett (Newcastle) – Target Practice
- Kieran Tripper (Newcastle) – Toon Army
- Fabian Schar (Newcastle) – fab
- Jack Cork (Burnley) – ACBFC
- Josh Brownhill (Burnley) – Burnalona fc
- Harvey Barnes (Newcastle) – Unreal Madrid
- Hjalmar Ekdal (Burnley) – HjalMardrid
- James Maddison (Tottenham) – Rome & Away
- Aaron Ramsdale (Arsenal) – Saka potatoes
- Rob Holding (Arsenal) – No Holding back
- Charlie Taylor (Burnley)
- Jason Steele (Brighton) – Captain OS
- Anthony Gordon (Newcastle) – AG
- Arijanet Muric (Burnley) – FK Ibar
- Kalvin Phillips (Man City) – Hakuna Mateta
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Source From: Football News, Transfers, Opinion – talkSPORT