Piaras M Carney By the way, there is an extra spot in Division 5 for the highest-ranked of the new applicants, as there are currently 7 players there.
Fiona T For us (relative) noobs, can you explain a bit what this is, and whether it is a good thing for the very average player to sign up for?
Andy SC Works like the football does Fiona. i.e. promotions and relegations. I highly recommend it,
Notes from the organizer: After a crafty little bug on my laptop locked me out of my account for the past week, it has now been squished/swatted/let out the window/sprayed. (Thanks to Charlie for responding quickly)
So, this is the cycle where the places in Divisions 1+2 become on par with the rest of them.
To demonstrate, here is an extremely unconvoluted and uncomplicated little diagram, which I put together in about 30 seconds:
7th: relegation playoff vs 2nd in D2
1st: automatic promotion
2nd: promotion playoff vs 7th in D1
7th: relegation playoff vs 2nd in D3
(Divisions 3 to the lowest one)
2nd: promotion playoff vs 8th in Division n-1
(this one applies to D3 down to the 2nd-lowest one)
8th: relegation playoff vs 2nd in Division n+1
Hopefully that didn't confuse anybody too much.
YOU DON'T NEED TO SIGN UP IF YOU PLAYED IN THE LEAGUE LAST SEASON (and haven't withdrawn) YOU HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED ALREADY :)
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