Love Soccer? Hate being Fat?
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MAN v FAT Soccer is set to return from a league-wide suspension at varying dates between July and September.
Individual league restart dates will vary - please be sure to check this page or your league page for exact details.
Your questions answered
That depends on how much you put into the league and how much of the support you take (the more, the better!). In an assessed 14 week pilot scheme run by UWA, players lost 7kg’s on average, a whopping 515kg lost across the 14 week league. The maximum weight lost by one player was 26kgs and the maximum bodyweight percentage lost was 22%. 95% of players lose weight.
Because they love soccer and hate being fat. They see all the things that their weight is cheating them of: the ability to play with their children (or how it’s embarrassing their kids), how much their body hurts with aching joints, snoring and wheezing every time they climb the stairs, never finding any clothes that fit... the list goes on. All of our players join with the motivation to lose weight and do so in a way that is truly enjoyable and inspiring while being connected to a group of like minded men.
Because the leagues are not just decided on the games won on the pitch, but also on the weight lost by players each week, you can join a team as a non-playing member. This means that you weigh in every week and support your team. Your weight loss counts towards your team’s success. When you’ve lost enough weight to feel comfortable joining in then you can get involved on the pitch. Each week you lose weight – you score your team a goal!
Approximately 80% of players do. We put you into teams and help you to get to know the other players. However, if you do have a friend, colleague or family member who also want to lose weight then you can join a league with them. Teams are generated by the system to ensure equality in BMI dispersion across the league but you can select 1 person to be paired in the same team with! (Please note, being paired with a friend is dependent on at least 2 spots being available in a team)