Your Captain earns 2x points for its performance in the real-time game.


1.5x points are awarded to your vice captain for its on-field performance.


Rushing TD
When a rushing play leads to a touchdown
Receiving TD
For the reciever who scores the touchdown in a passing play
Passing TD
Awarded to the passer when a passing play leads to a touchdown
10 Rushing Yards+1
10 Receiving Yards+1
25 Passing Yards+1
100+ Rushing Yards Bonus
When a players has 100 or more rushing yards
100+ Receiving Yards Bonus
When a players has 100 or more recieving yards
300+ Passing Yards Bonus
When a players has 300 or more passing yards
Total no. of times a receiver has caught the ball
Fumble Lost
When a carrier loses the ball & it's recovered by the opposing team
When a pass is intercepted by the opposing team
2 Pt Conversion+2


Assisted Tackle
When a player is tackled by at least two players
5+ Tackle Bonus
When a player makes 5 or more Tackles (Assists = 1/2 Tackle)
Pass Defended
When a player stops a pass from being completed
When a player tackles the QB before he throws a pass
Forced Fumble
When the carrier loses the ball due to the force of a defensive player
Fumble Recovery (from opponent)
When a fumble is recovered from the opposition
When the player intercepts a pass by the opposing team
When the ball carrier is tackled/forced out in his own end zone
Return TD
When the defense recovers the ball and scores a touchdown
  • The players for your fantasy team can only be chosen from the Offensive or Defensive units.

  • You have to select total 11 players to create your fantasy team on MyTeam11 out of which you can select maximum 7 players from a side.

  • A player will only be given points for Yards after completing 10th rushing, 10th receiving and 25th passing yards. In an event any player has completed anything less than the mentioned number (for example – 9 rushing, 9 reeving or 24 passing yards), he/she will not be given any points.

  • A player will be given points for Negative Yards, if he/she is tackled or forced out of bounds behind the starting line.

  • In an event a player ends the game with negative yard points, he/she will be given -1 point for completing every 10th rushing, 10th receiving and 25th passing yards.

  • Return Touchdowns scored as a result of interceptions or fumble recoveries will be considered for points. Any return touchdowns being scored as a result of actions of the special unit will not be considered for awarding points.

  • Bonus Points are given to a player in case he/she completes a specific number of yards. For example- on completion of 100 rushing yards or 200 rushing yards.

  • If multiple players contribute to the sacking of a quarterback, all players are awarded half a Sack, even if more than two players contributed, and get 3 fantasy points

  • In rushing play, the rusher is awarded 2 Pt Conversion while in a passing play the 2 Pt Conversion is awarded as 2 point to each to the receiver & passer.

  • We use credible data collection sources for the tabulation of points on our platform, and once any match is declared as completed on our platform, i.e., the winners have been declared, no further adjustments or amendments will be made. However, the points might keep on changing amid the live game, and till the game, status is shown as under review.

  • The tabulation of points on MyTeam11 is done on the basis of the data received from official and credible third-party sources. Also, prior to the declaration of the points to the users, all the awarded scores, and ranks are cross-checked & verified with data from reliable resources.

Passing: An act in the game wherein the quarterback passes the ball to the receiver to catch

Rushing: The act of running with the ball in hand towards the opponent’s yard area

Offence: The team that has the possession of the ball

Defense: The team beginning the game without the possession of the game

Interception: The act wherein a defense player catches a passing

Fumble Recovery: The act wherein the offensive player carrying the ball in hand, drops the ball & a defensive player gets hold of the ball

  • The game is played between two teams of 11 players each.
  • Each game round is played for 60 minutes divided into 4 segments of 15 minutes each.
  • The primary objective of the game is to score a touchdown by moving the ball into the opponent’s zone using either the passing or rushing playing techniques.
  • The game is played on a 100 yards field divided into two segments of 50 yards each for each of the team. There are two touchdown points located at the farther ends of the two segments.
US Football Basics
  • 4 chances or downs are provided to the offensive team, which is the team having the possession of the ball, to move the ball forward by a minimum of 10 yards.
  • 4 more chances or downs are awarded to the offensive team if they successfully manage to move the ball 10 yards or more forward towards the opposition zone.
  • In case the team fails to move the ball 10 yards or more towards the opposition zone, the possession of the ball is handed over to the other team.
  • Possession hands are subject to change as a result of ‘interception’ or ‘fumble recovery.’
  • There are up to 46 players in each team’s squad.
  • 3 different units of 11 players take up the field depending upon a variety of situations as:
    • The offense unit comes to play on the field when the team has the possession of the ball
    • The defense unit comes to play on the field when the opponent team has the possession of the ball
    • A special unit comes to play on the field in certain situations whenever a kick is involved
  • The player roles in the Offense team can be defined as:
    • Quarterback - QB
    • Running Back - RB
    • Wide Receiver - WR
    • Tight End - TE
  • The player roles in the defense team can be defined as:
    • Safety - S
    • Cornerback - CB
    • Lineback - LB

    Note: All 3 types defensive players are categorized as DEF (Defence) on MyTeam11.

  • The minimum and maximum number of players you can choose from a particular category can be:
    Player TypeMinMax
    Quarterback (QB)11
    Running Back (RB)14
    Wide Receiver (WR)14
    Tight End (TE)12
    Defense (DEF)25
US Football
Tackle Movment

Note: In fantasy gaming, not all players are considered for selection. The users are allowed to pick players positioned on only certain positions from Offense and Defense as can be defined in the image below:

  • Positions not available for selection:
    • Defense: Defensive End – DE, Defensive Tackle – DT
    • Offense: Offense Tackle – OT, Offense Guard – OG, Center – C

In US Football, points can be scored in 4 different ways as:

Touchdown: The point is scored when a player reaches the end point of opponent’s zone with the ball. The team scoring a touchdown is awarded 6 points. Touchdown can be scored in 4 different manners as:

  • Rushing Touchdown: A touchdown scored by a rushing player
  • Receiving Touchdown: A touchdown scored by the receiver after being passed the ball by a quarterback
  • Passing Touchdown: A touchdown awarded to quarterback for passing the ball to the receiver, resulting in the ultimate touchdown. It is similar to assist in Football
  • Return Touchdown: A touchdown scored by a defensive player after intercepting a pass or recovering a fumble.

Extra Points: After a touchdown, the scoring team can gain extra points though any one of the below actions:

  • Kicking the ball through the goal & over the crossbar – 1 Point
  • Crossing the opposition zone once again – 2 points

Field Goal: A team can kick the ball through the goal & over the crossbar at any point of time during the game. The team shall be awarded 3 Points for a successful field goal.

Safety: In an event any offensive player is tackled behind the goal line, the offense team is awarded 2 points.