Vital Swansea - What To Look Forward To In 2011/12
As we look forward to another exciting season - this time in the Premier League, we give you a quick preview of what features you can expect on the website during the 2011/2012 campaign.
The Prediction League is new and improved for the 2011/12 season in the Premier League. It is no longer run in the Message Forum, but instead run of an external website. Although you have to register for free to play, it is much easier and quicker to predict and see the leaderboard after each game.
You can register for free here
and access the Prediction League hereFantasy Football
Again, something else that's free! This season's Fantasy Football game is powered by metro.co.uk. Pick a team of 15 players (4 subs) to compete against other Vital Swansea members.
You register and pick your team hereHow to Join Our Private League:
You can join Private Leagues after you have created your team of players. Click on Private leagues and where it says 'Find a League' type in the number 10655
Rate The Players
'Rate The Players' lets every reader give a quick rating out of 10 for each Swansea City player for every home game. It's very easy and quick - just click on the stars to give a rating out of 10 and you can see which players the fans thought played the best.
You can see an example hereMatch Live
Our Match Live feeds provide a great way of following Swansea City matches, mostly the away games as we're at the Liberty Stadium for the home games, but we're hoping to provide the feed for all 38 games in the Premier League this season.
With team news, regular updates, discussion, photo uploads and twitter interactivity - what better way to follow the game if you can't watch it live?Twitter Updates
Twitter is a great place for regular and quick updates related to Swansea City and the website. Follow us @VitalSwansea
for updates and photo uploads during games, reminders for the Prediction League games and news updates.New Journalists
Vital Swansea have recently added Danny Cosker to the Journalist team at Vital Swansea, and he's done an excellent so far in keeping us all updated with the latest news stories.
We've also had articles sent in to us from Arwyn Jones, Darren Griffiths and Gareth Evans.Get Involved
If you're interested in becoming a regular contributor to Vital Swansea, then we'd love to hear from you.
Do you run your own Swansea City-related blog and is looking to attract more readers? Do you take regular photos at matches, attend regular games you'd like to report on or simply to get more experience in writing news stories?
f so, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
As always, you can get involved and discuss the Swans on Vital Swansea via the article comments and on the Message Forum here
To have your say, you will need to register a free account here