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Season 16, League Two winners. Season 17, Cup winners. Season 18, Championship & Cup winners.

Team history and trivia
Swampsea made their entry in OBBA when they miraculously managed to sign super star manager DaCoach from the Premiership rivals Newlydeadcastle United. He did not dissapoint: In their first season (16) they won their league. And in the season 17 that followed he helped the team bring home the OBBA Cup.
Following up on that in Season 18 was a dream ride of 10 straight wins. Champions and Cup winners.
The rest have been Premier survival - fun but not that glamorous.

Rival teams:
Beitar Jerusalem (4/0/2)
Arch-rivals are the flea-ridden psychos from Jerusalem, that always leaves a lasting mark regardless of the result.

///Add filthy Bath here////


Home field: Slippery Stadium.
A bug-infested swamp that all teams dread to play on.

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League Two
In their first season Swampsea surprises everyone and wins the league, more often than not by means of grinding down the opposition. In the Cup they make it to the semi's, taking mighty Burningham to overtime
(4/1/1)
League
Winners

Cup Semis
League One
This season Swampsea will need to consolidate, build the required skills and hopefully compete for a promotion spot. Losing most games. Still, with a forfeit and a last round win, they just retain their place in the league.
Then the craziness starts - Swampsea taking home the OBBA Cup trophy
(1/1/4)
Cup winners

Championship
Swampsea have had a great start on their first season in the Championship with five wins out of five possible and five clean sheets to boot, only to lose to Beitar in the final game for the Championship. Still, as fellow Frogs Ribbit Dribblers manages to beat Beitar in the last game, the championship is secured for Swampsea anyway.
(5/0/1)
Championship
winners
Cup winners

Premiership
The first season in Premiership is a world of pain, ending fittingly with 4 rips in the final premiership game and first round of Cup. The team that stormed into the Premiership is no more.
(1/1/7)

Championship
Whilst trying to survive and re-build, Swampsea outperforms themselves and looking to return to the Premiership after one season. But is that wise?.
(3/1/1)


OBBA Fluff and graphics thread


Seasonal notes until someone can make badges:

Season 21, Premiership. 2/2/3 4th.
A terrible season, only scoring 5 TDs in 7 games, Swampsea is helped by 2 forfeits. Late in season they find their game again, only failing to beat the season's champ Watford by pure bad luck.

Cup: After a crippling season, the opted to dodge the cup and get a friendly game to recover on instead.

Season 22, Premiership. 4/2/3 4th
A very bumby season, Swampsea beat or drew against the top 3 teams, but struggled vs relegated Bath and Bury'd. Captain Vorm once again proved his importance for the team, collecting 29 spp over the season, making legend as well.

Cup: Made it to round 2. A crippling win over Scourgehampton in round 1 meant the elves of Barmbek Bloodletic got an easy win in round 2.

Season 23, Premiership. 1/2/4 8th Relegated
Disaster season where nothing worked and all the important players left the team. Especially Captain Vorm was missed. However, late in the season, after relegation was a certainty, the team proved themselves with a magnifcant win over Barmbek Bloodletic and a tie vs the new champs Pro-Russia Dortmund, giving some hope for the future of this team.

Cup: Round one exit after 0-5 to Barmbek Bloodletic

Season 24, Championship. 1/4/2 Relegated
Season started with a big loss to Barmbek Bloodletic, having no answer to the blodgy elves. Then two close draws given in the last turn of the game, be it human catchers pinned at the sideline by blodge diving tackler and still escaping or a simple 3+ reroll dodge missed. But in game four the team shined, as they managed a win over Torpedo Wigan, with a stellar performance of star player Sibi. Relegation due to Cas difference, as tied with Tyrol on score and TD difference.

Cup: Round one exit to Watford

Season 25, League One. 2/1/4 Relegated but promoted due to drop-outs
New Management strategy 'Go big or go home' initiated. This means running with 4 blitzers. First game is a mixed success. 12 spp collected for blitzers, but also an unnecessary loss to Haduk Split.

Cup: New Cup format under George's rule inspired by Euro 2016. Does OK with 1 win and 2 draws in group F, but unsure it is enough to qualify as one of the best runner-ups from all groups. But by means of generous gifts to George it is possible afterall, and they lose to Bradfort in first round.

Season 26, Championship. 3/5/1 Promoted due to dropouts
Having practiced playing 'league two-style' play all summer, it is a big surprise to be double-promoted. But the lads take the challenge head-on and defeat Celtic in their debut game. And continue in style vs Bury'd. Then reality hits, and while only losing 1 game of the season, the many draws spells another season in the Championship.
Jefferson Montero takes home the Golden Tackler award, causing an impressive 14 casualties in the 9 games of season 26.

Cup: Made it to the second round.

Season 27, Premiership. 4/2/3 6th One more season in the Prem, despite negative TD and cas stat
Another surprise promotion, the frogs are literally star-struck in game one as they have their asses handed to them getting demolished by last season's champs. After that, they start to show their skill, to the point where they lead the Premiership for a short period after round 5.

Cup: First round exit vs Tsv 1860 München

Season 28, Premiership. 2/3/3 7th Clinging on, barely
Game one is haunted by misfortune as first travels and then client bug freeze causes the game to be forfeited as a draw. Game two shows the French apes a thing or two, and game three is a narrow loss to the favorites from Münich, giving promises for the games to come. Then draws, but as long time rivals Watford are beaten in round 8, it looks like premiership survival is secured once more.

Cup: First round exit vs Wigam

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Progression: Standard
#NamePositionMaStAgAvSkillsInjGCpTdItCsvpSpCostOp
1Bafetimbi Gomis IVBlitzer7338Diving Tackle, Jump Up, Leap, Very Long Legs, Block, Tackle, Dodge 151102533110k (110+60k) 
2 Leon Britton V Kroxigor6619Mighty Blow, Thick Skull, Prehensile Tail, Bone-head, Loner, +ST, Guard 310006222140k (140+70k) 
3Modou Barrow IICatcher7356Diving Catch, Leap, Very Long Legs, Dodge, +AG, Block, +ST-av3821120116480k (80+130k) 
4Neill Taylor III Lineman6338Leap, Very Long Legs, Wrestle, Dodge 24000242460k (60+50k) 
5Federico FernandezBlitzer6338Diving Tackle, Jump Up, Leap, Very Long Legs, Block, Dodge, Guard, Mighty Blow-ma461407657110k (110+80k) 
6Jefferson Montero IIBlitzer7438Diving Tackle, Jump Up, Leap, Very Long Legs, Block, +ST 111200322110k (110+70k) 
7Fernando LlorenteCatcher7256Diving Catch, Leap, Very Long Legs, +AG, Dodge-av15650012680k (80+60k) 
8Leroy Fer IILineman6338Leap, Very Long Legs, Wrestle 12000121260k (60+20k) 
9Angel Rangel IVLineman6338Leap, Very Long Legs, Guard, Blockn33100432460k (60+50k) 
10Gylfi Sigurdsson V Lineman6338Leap, Very Long Legs 100000060k (60+0k) 
11Alfie Mawson IILineman6338Leap, Very Long Legs 200000060k (60+0k) 
12Borja González Tomás Catcher7247Diving Catch, Leap, Very Long Legs, Dodge 1032000980k (80+20k) 
13Andre AyewBlitzer9338Diving Tackle, Jump Up, Leap, Very Long Legs, +MA, Block, Dodge, Side Step, +MA 52018111393110k (110+120k) 
14Kyle NaughtonLineman6338Leap, Very Long Legs 100000060k (60+0k) 
15Martin OlssonLineman6338Leap, Very Long Legs 100000060k (60+0k) 
15 players  
Coach:DaCoach Re-Rolls (100k):4  
Race:Slann Fan Factor:7  
Team Value:2290k Assistant Coaches:0  
Treasury:130000 Cheerleaders:0  
Tournament Weight:2290k Apothecary:Yes  

Games Played:143 (56/36/51) |TD Diff:4 (180 - 176) |Cas Diff:-122 (138/63/38 - 214/113/34)
Last Opponent: Beitar Jerusalem