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Photo Gallery (06/02/2022): FC Whitley Wood vs. Hype Train FC

The team talk tactics whilst Whitley Wood replace their injured goalkeeper. Photo by Sam Austin.

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Hype Train FC Event Details:

Date: Sunday 6th February 2022

Competition: Reading & District Sunday League (RDSL), Division 4

Opposition: FC Whitley Wood

Location: Coley Recreation Ground, Holybrook Road, Reading, RG1 6DG

Final Score: FC Whitley Wood 0-8 Hype Train FC

Photographer: Sam Austin (@HypeTrainSam)

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Match Details:

Our encounter against FC Whitley Wood was the team's 9th game in RDSL Division 4, with the team running out comfortable winners thanks to goals from Leon Mannion (4), Phil Newport (3), and Callum Fox-Spence.

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Want to know more about The Hype Train?

The Hype Train is an entertainment website founded in 2015, specialising in general football and Fantasy sports reporting, starting with Fantasy Premier League (FPL), before expanding to MLS Fantasy coverage in 2018.

We pride ourselves in providing beautiful graphics, statistics, in-depth analytical reporting and free weekly insight for hopeful players attempting to climb rankings tables. We are also occasional media reviewers, with a keen interest to review games, live sport, and professional wrestling.

In 2019, Hype Train Football Club was formed, becoming the first Fantasy Football website to take to the field. HTFC is a socially active team across social and web channels, providing regular match highlights, match reports, comprehensive player statistics and unique player profiles. We won both Goal of the Season Awards in the Berkshire and County FA regions, with Callum Parr-Jones winning the Berks & Bucks FA award, whilst Martin King won the PlaySport UK award. In 2021, we formed the Reading Sunday Social League (RSSL), a competitive Sunday League involving 8 teams in its debut season.

The Hype Train were nominated and shortlisted for the 'Best Football Blog' in 2016 by the Football Bloggers Association at their annual Football Blogging Awards (The FBA's), and were again shortlisted as a finalist in 2019 in the 'Best Fantasy Football Blog' category.

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