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Affiliations and New Sponsors?
| Flame-Scotland has announced affiliations with Premier League side Reading, Scottish Premier League side Dundee, Scottish giants Rangers, who were recently demoted to the Scottish Third Division, and local Conference South sides Basingstoke and Maidenhead. This will give Flame-Scotland pre-season visits to the Madejski Stadium, Dens Park, Ibrox, the Camrose and York Road in the coming years. Flame-Scotland will be sending a "development side" to the non-leaguers, while the first team will be heading down the A33 and to Scotland.
Flame-Scotland are holding bidding for new sponsors for the fourth Fantendo Football League season. HMV (main headquarters in Maidenhead, Berkshire), O2 (main headquarters in Slough, Berkshire), Game (main headquarters in Basingstoke, Hampshire), Virgin Media UK (main headquarters in Hook, Hampshire) and nPower (main headquarters in Swindon, Wiltshire) are in the race of the main sponsorship for the club.
Taming the Lions and Champions League Dreams?
| The first match of the new Fantendo Football League season was played between rivals Team Flame-Scotland and Team Lios Lions at the Flame Stadium. The match ended three-all, with Flame-Scotland's goals coming from "Richy" and a brace from Clyde. 94,745 watched the match inside the stadium, with a near sell out in the away end. 9,412 made the trip south.
Flame-Scotland have been drawn against Partizan Belgrade, the Serbian champions, in the UEFA Champions League Third Qualifying Round Champions Path. The first match will take place at the Flame Stadium, while the away trip takes place in the Stadion FK Partizan.
Week 16 Preview
Mega-Bus and New Kits?
| It's week 16 of the Fantendo Football League and Flame-Scotland are playing Mega-Bus at the Dreamland Stadium. Over 5,000 Flame-Scotland fans are heading there. Flame-Scotland has won their last three and are looking for a forth win in a row. Flame-Scotland are also unbeaten in eight match - going back to a 3-2 defeat at the Flame Stadium to Moose FC. Flame-Scotland have had forty-eight players coming through the youth system since then.
—Clyde, Captain of Team Flame-Scotland
“We're on good form - we should win here. Mega-Bus haven't had a good season so far and we need to win.”
—Clyde1998 (t∣b∣c), Manager of Team Flame-Scotland
“We need to win. If we don't win here we won't with the league. They're not one of the league's strongest teams and we a rated one of the best. We've got a lot of new players coming through. Vlasi, Gautier, Carl and Ceallachán have all been playing. Marlen, Cadwgan, Fionnghall, Monroe, Gréagóir, Awstin and Aleksei have all been on the bench. We've got a lot off players pushing to get in the matchday squad. This can only be good for the team.”
Flame-Scotland have realised their new kits for Season Four:
The home kit is blue and orange - a change from the secondary white from previous years. Red again is used in a kit - this year being used in the away kit. The trim for this kit is orange. Cyan was chosen as the third kit colour with blue trim. A orange and red special kit was made for the Fantendo Football League Cup. If a team plays in orange then the Flames will play in their blue home kit. Flame-Scotland has chosen to have Pre-Season kits for this season. The Blue and White kit will be worn against Reading, Oxford and Swindon at the Flame Stadium and Aldershot at the Rec. It will be also used against Llanelli on the Welsh Tour. The blue and yellow kit will be worn at TNS. The red kit will be used against Bangor and Neath.