To start off February 2020 Football Index introduced their latest promotion: Super Match Days. If you have seen or heard about them but don’t know all of the ins and outs then you are in the perfect place. At Football Index Tips we have knuckled down through all of the gritty bits like the terms and conditions and written this article to sum it up for you.

Do you ever have a player that always just misses out on Match Day Dividends? You know the ones who run the show in the Saturday 3pm kickoffs, only to be toppled in the late games? Well, these players are exactly the type of footballers who are going to benefit the most from the Football Index Super Match Days.

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Every Match Day Performance Point Counts

During February when this promotion is running, every point counts. All of that player’s matchday performance score points during the promotion period are added up and for every 250 points, you get £0.01 per share. Every player on the Football Index is qualified for this promotion and there are no minimum share price requirements, all they must do is play in eligible competitions.

Obviously, when we are talking about performance scores that means that the player must be playing in an eligible competition which includes: the top 5 European Leagues – Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga, Ligue 1 and Serie A; also the Champions League, Europa League and specified international games in both qualifiers and major tournaments.

What Player Shares are Eligible?

Before you get too excited and start thinking about who are you going to buy with all your new Super Match Day Dividends, you need to check what player shares are eligible for the Football Index promotion.

To simplify it, Super Match Day points can only be earnt on the NET SHARES bought from the beginning of the promotion (01/02/2020) up until the end of the matchday. So similarly to in-play dividends, player shares can be bought after they have scored a goal (or in this case a high-performance score) and still be eligible as long as they are purchased before 23:59:59 GMT that match day. These shares then stay eligible for 30 days or until the end of the promotion, whichever comes first.

What is a Super Match Day Pot?

Along with the Football Index Super Match Day promotion comes your very own Super Match Day Pot. This is simply where all of your Super Match Day points are stored. Unfortunately, there is no way to check this yourself. Instead, the Football Index is going to provide individual email updates to traders starting on February 6th 2020.

To get your Super Match Day Pot email then you will need to make sure that you have opted-in to Football Index’s marketing emails. To check if you are or not go on to the Football Index platform and click Account > Account Details and make sure you have ‘Email Marketing’ switched on.

Match Day Scores aren’t the only way to win New Dividends

The Football Index Super Match Day promotion also has two little kickers to it, other ways to win points that add up to dividends. These have been called Football Index Perks and can be earnt once a day for a maximum of 20 days and work in the following ways:

Perk 1 – Buy 1 Share for 500 Match Day Points

The way to earn the first perk in the Football Index Super Match Day promotion is to simply buy 1 share. For every day you buy a share on Football Index you will receive 500 match Day Points (which equals £0.02 in dividends). You can earn this perk once a day up to a maximum of 20 times during the promotion period (23:59 01/01/2020 – 23:59 29/02/2020). There is no opt-in required so just buy a share in any player to earn your 500 Match Day Points.

Perk 2 – A £20 Net Spend on Shares for 10,000 Match Day Points

The second perk to earn Match Day Points is to buy a net £20’s worth of shares. Like the first perk, this is only available once a day and a maximum of 20 times during the promotional period (23:59 01/01/2020 – 23:59 29/02/2020). Again, there is no opt-in required all you need to do is buy a net worth of £20 on shares. This can be in one player or a range of players to build your portfolio.

Football Index Super Match Day Promotion Video

Football Index Super Match Days – Terms & Conditions

As always there is a range of different terms and conditions that are associated with the Football Index Super Match Day promotion. The full list of terms and conditions are available on the Football Index website at Below we have picked out the key questions that you might have and answered them for you.

Do you have to opt-in to receive Super Match Day Points?

No, unlike other Football Index promotions you don’t have to opt-in anywhere in order to qualify. Simply buy shares in players that will play in eligible competitions and earn performance score points to start collecting Match Day Points. Or buy one share a day to qualify for Perk 1 or a net spend of £20 a day for Perk 2. Perks are only available to win a maximum of 20 times during February the promotion month.

When will Super Match Day Points be paid out?

Football Index will pay out ALL of the Super Match Day Points dividends at the end of the month. This means that all of the Match Day Points you have earned in the promotion period will all be converted into dividends (at a rate of 250 Match Day Points = £0.01 Dividend per share). The exact date of this payout will be March 2nd 2020.

Can I check how many Match Day Points I have?

Football Index will provide weekly updates via email to keep you informed on how many Super Match Day Points are in your Super Match Day Pot. You will need to make sure that you have given Football Index permission to send you marketing emails in order for these to come through. You can check and change your email preferences by going to Account > Account Details.

Do shares bought before January 31st 2020 count?

Unfortunately, shares bought before 23:59 January 31st 2020 do not qualify for the Super Match Day promotion. Only shares bought between 23:59 January 31st 2020 to 23:59 29th February are eligible for Match Day Points. These eligible shares also qualify for Perk 1 and Perk 2 in the promotion.

When do you need to buy player shares to win Super Match Day points?

Player shares are only eligible for Super Match Day Points if they are NET SHARES bought on or before the matchday and after the start of the promotion period (23:59:59 GMT 31st January until 23:59:59 on the Match Day). If you buy Net Shares after the Match Day these shares will only qualify for subsequent Match Days during the Promotional Period.

What happens if Opta changes a Matchday Score after full time?

All of Football Index’s statistics on player performance comes from the data company Opta. Sometimes but not often, Opta may change the matchday score for a player if something like an assist or goal is reviewed and given to a different player. This shouldn’t have much of an effect on the Super Match Day promotion but for clarification Football Index, Opta’s data feed at 23:59:59 GMT on February 29th 2020.

Does a net spend of over £40 in one day during the Super Match Day get 20,000 Match Day points?

In short no. Perk 2 is only eligible once a day for a maximum of 20 days during the promotion period. You can qualify for Perk 2 by having a net spend of £20 on shares in any given day.

Does a net spend of over £40 in one day during the Super Match Day get 20,000 Match Day points?

In short no. Perk 2 is only eligible once a day for a maximum of 20 days during the promotion period. You can qualify for Perk 2 by having a net spend of £20 on shares in any given day.

How many times can Perk 1 and Perk 2 be earned?

Perk 1 and Perk 2 are only available to qualify for a maximum of 20 times each during the promotion period. This is due to the Football Index’s commitment to responsible gambling and trading.

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