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|Nicknames||Teine Alba & the Flames|
|Rivals||Steel & Lios Lions|
|Ground||Flame Stadium, Reading (95,128)|
|League||Fantendo Football League Division One|
|Home Kit||Blue shirts, with orange trim; blue shorts; blue socks.|
|Away Kit||Red shirts, with orange trim; red shorts; red socks.|
|Third Kit||Cyan shirts, with blue trim; cyan shorts; cyan socks.|
|Last Season||1st (Champions)|
Team Flame-Scotland Football Club is a British football (soccer) team that play in the Fantendo Football League. They play at the Flame Stadium, in Berkshire. They were a founder member of the Fantendo Football League. In the first three years of the league, they have came in the top two. They won the league during the third season.
Team Flame-Scotland was a founder member of the Fantendo Football League. They featured in the leagues' first match - against Freaky. In Season 1, Flame-Scotland came within one win of the league title - but they failed to beat rivals Team Steel on the final day of the season and the title went to Steel. In Season 2, Flame-Scotland reached the semi-finals of the Fantendo League Cup. They missed out on the league title, again, this time to Royal Atlantica. During the third season, Flame-Scotland reached the cup final after knocking out Team Freaky, Team Sew'n and Gearworks FC. They beat their biggest rivals, Team Steel, in the Final. They also won the league on the final day of the season, against Gearworks. In their fourth season, In 2012, Flame-Scotland set up affiliation links with six clubs. These were Reading (England), Rangers (Scotland), Dundee (Scotland), Basingstoke Town (England), Maidenhead United (England) and Linfield (Northern Ireland).
|1||Fantendo Football League||2nd||N/A|
|2||Fantendo Football League||2nd||Semi-Final|
|3||Fantendo Football League||1st||Winners|
|4||Fantendo Football League Division One|
|Picture||Pos||Nat||Name||Wage (p/w)||Sale Price||Birth Place||Age|
|[[File:|50px]]||GK||Marlen Volkov||£5,000||£1,000,000||St Petersburg||17|
|[[File:|50px]]||CB||Cadwgan Ó Rodagh||£5,000||£1,000,000||Lifford||15|
|[[File:|50px]]||RM||Gréagóir Ó Meadhra||£5,000||£1,000,000||Dundalk||18|
|Pos||Nat||Name||Wage (p/w)||Sale Price||Birth Place||Age|
|Pos||Nat||Name||Wage (p/w)||Sale Price||On Loan at||Birth Place||Age|
|GK||Emmanouil Katsaros||£2,500||£250,000||Moose FC||Athens||21|
|RB||Korbinian Lafrenz||£2,500||£250,000||King Plumber's Army||Berlin||18|
|CB||Quincy Hightower||£2,500||£250,000||Illogical FC||Portsmouth||16|
|CB||Rong Huang||£2,500||£250,000||Doodleland Dodgers||Beijing||19|
|LB||Eric Fontaine||£2,500||£250,000||King Plumber's Army||Paris||22|
|LB||Vanja Nylund||£2,500||£250,000||Team Genetic||Malmo||21|
|RM||Pasco Couch||£2,500||£250,000||Moose FC||Wrexham||18|
|RM||Hans Hummel||£2,500||£250,000||King Plumber's Army||Oslo||17|
|CM||Vladimir Lagounov||£2,500||£250,000||Illogical FC||St Petersburg||16|
|CM||Spyridon Kuznetsov||£2,500||£250,000||Doodleland Dodgers||Moscow||19|
|CM||Hayate Kobayashi||£2,500||£250,000||Moose FC||Tokyo||20|
|ST||Gratien Bonhomme||£2,500||£250,000||Illogical FC||Lyon||21|
|ST||Ilia Krupin||£2,500||£250,000||Doodleland Dodgers||Moscow||20|
|ST||Filipp Yakovlev||£2,500||£250,000||Moose FC||Kazan||25|
|ST||Fyodor Orlov||£2,500||£250,000||Doodleland Dodgers||Kazan||24|
|ST||Boško Stankic||£2,500||£250,000||Team Genetic||Belgrade||22|
Overall Wage Bill: £302,500p/w (£15,730,000p/a)
Ground: Flame Stadium
The Flame Stadium is home of Flame-Scotland. It's a 95,128 all-seater stadium. The seats are Blue & White like the home kit, but the white spells out the club name. The ground is located in North Reading - next to Scours Lane, home of non-league side Reading Town. The Flame is situated around 1 mile from the Madejski Stadium, home of Reading. The ground is bigger than Wembley Stadium.
Hooligan Firm: Flame Order
Flame-Scotland have a hooligan firm called the Flame Order. They mainly appear at Flame-Scotland's matches with Steel. In an Flame TV program about football hooligans, the Flame Order featured alongside hooligan firms from Cardiff, Millwall, Rangers and Celtic.
Team Flame-Scotland complete annually in the Battle of Britain with Team Steel, Team Lios Lions, Team Gemstones and Team Sew'n. They are second in the All-Time Battle of Britain league. Flame-Scotland's biggest Rivals are Team Steel. This is partly due to the proximity of the two clubs, while it is also because of the clubs being the first two clubs to enter the league - and the eventual title showdown the the Zeppelin, during the first season of the league. Flame-Scotland got their revenge over Steel - beating them 4-3 at the Flame, during the second season. Steel did, however, defeat the Flame's 5-4 in London. During season three, Flame-Scotland beat the Londoners, at McBoo's Mansion, to claim the Fantendo Football League Cup. A 2-2 draw at the Zeppelin was played out, in the league season, while in Reading, there was a 1-0 victory for Flame-Scotland. Flame-Scotland's second rivals are Lios Lions. Again, this is partly due to the clubs proximity. Flame-Scotland have won 2, drawn 3 and lost 1 against the Lions - in league matches. Royal Atlantica and Gearworks FC have also been branded as rivals by Flame-Scotland fans. This is due to the clubs battling for the title. Royal Atlantica beat Flame-Scotland to the title in the second season. During the second season the teams played out a 3-3 draw at the Flame, while the trip to Atlantica ended up with Atlantica edging closer to the title. A 5-2 win for them. Royal Atlantica knocked Flame-Scotland out of the Fantendo Football League Cup in that season. By the time season three had came - Flame-Scotland fans had turned their attention on Gearworks FC. A bore draw was played at Gearworks, while Flame-Scotland won the title over Gearworks, at the Flame. A 3-1 win. A draw or defeat for Flame-Scotland would have seen Gearworks take the title. Flame-Scotland also have a minor rivalry with Team Freaky.
- Fantendo Football League
- Winners: 1 (2011-12)
- Runners-Up: 2 (2009-10, 2010-11)
- Third: 0
- Fantendo Football League Cup
- Winners: 1 (2011-12)
- Runners-Up: 0
- Semi-Final: 1 (2010-11)
Flame-Scotland's kits are made by Puma. The home kit for season four is all blue with orange trim. The away kit is all red with orange trim. The third kit is all cyan with blue trim. The special kit is used only in Fantendo Football League Cup matches. It is all orange with red trim.
see: this page
|Reading||Reading, England||Football League Championship||Annual Friendly|
Sharing of Youth Training Facilities
|Reading are one of the twenty teams in the Premier League for the 2012-13 season, following promotion to the league after winning the Football League Championship during the 2011-12 season. Reading retains rivalries with Aldershot Town, Oxford United and Swindon Town. The club, founded in 1871, play at the 24,161 all-seated Madejski Stadium, in South Reading. The club is nicknamed the Royals, due to the club being based in the Royal County of Berkshire.|
|Rangers||Glasgow, Scotland||Scottish Championship||Annual Friendly||Rangers are the most successful club side in the world, winning their top division a record 54 times. They have also won the Scottish Cup 33 times and the Scottish League Cup 27 times. Founded in 1872, Rangers have a rivalry with Celtic. Rangers play their home matches at Ibrox Stadium, in south-west Glasgow. The club was demoted to the Scottish Third Divison (fourth tier), due to the club entering administration in February 2012. The assets of Rangers was transferred to a "newco" (new company).|
|Dundee||Dundee, Scotland||Scottish Premier||Annual Friendly|
Flame-Scotland pay Dundee £75,000 per year to help with facilities
|Basingstoke Town||Basingstoke, England||Conference South||Annual Friendly|
Flame-Scotland pay Basingstoke £75,000 per year to help with facilities
|Maidenhead United||Maidenhead, England||Conference South||Annual Friendly|
Flame-Scotland pay Maidenhead £75,000 per year to help with facilities
|Linfield||Belfast, Northern Ireland||Irish Premiership||Annual Friendly|