Why Join FFStatistics?
“Great stats, great insight, and the ability to make graphs instantly is beyond beneficial.”
Become a part of one of the fastest growing fantasy football sites in the industry! With revolutionary tools and apps, an elite content team, and extensive football data that spans back to 2000, this is the site you hope your leaguemates never find!
Select a Membership Option:
FFStatistics premium membership comes in a choice of 3 tiers. Choose the tier that best suits you!
Access to ALL FFStatistics tools and data
Ability to export data to Excel
Access to FFStatistics rankings on all formats
FFStatistics community forum access
Early access to the FFStatistics podcast
A BONUS weekly FFStatistics podcast
Sunday morning livestream AMA (in-season)
FREE 2019 DRAFT KIT ACCESS
ALL silver tier benefits
Access to premium DFS tools (in-season)
Preferred access to FFStatistics DRAFT and FFPC leagues
Premium forum title
Premium forum access to FFStatistics team members
Access to the Daily Blitz podcast (in-season)
Free #StatHead t-shirt (after 6 consecutive months of support)
ALL Silver & Gold tier Benefits
Premium DFS forum and lineups
Custom data searching and reporting
VIP 1-1 appointments with FFStatistics members
Free #StatHead t-shirt (after 4 consecutive months of support)
FFStatistics Premium Access
Revolutionary fantasy football tools and premium content by some of the best writers in the industry, FFStatistics is your home for all things fantasy football!
Hear it From Others!
Don’t believe it from us? Hear what others are saying about FFStatistics and why it is worth becoming a member!
I can’t recommend FFStatistics strongly enough. The data they offer is perfect for fantasy players no matter the format, including dynasty, seasonal and DFS. My favorite part about Addison and his team is how responsive they are as they continue to add even more useful tools to the ever-expanding FFStatistics.
I’ve been using FFStatistics almost since it’s it initial launch. I love the Coach’s Data tools, player data from previous seasons and that just scratches the surface. I can say that I am on the site 3-5 times a week and sometimes multiple times a day. It’s how I do research for my podcast and how I fact check myself before sending out information via social media. And all of that doesn’t even begin to tell you about all the cool stuff they’re doing with other sports like baseball. They’ve got podcasts, articles and a lot more now too. I don’t put my name on anything that I don’t personally use or believe in, but that’s what I’m doing here. I believe in the team at FFStatistics and that’s why they’re the official statistics partner of the Dynasty WarZone Podcast.
FFStatistics is exactly what the fantasy football community needed. Great stats, great insight, and the ability to make graphs instantly is beyond beneficial. I find myself looking more into stats and growing my understanding of player data. It is a favorites tab.
FFStatistics is a must for anyone who is serious about fantasy football. The tools & data presentation are above anything else I’ve experienced out there in Fantasyland. Relevant articles, easy to use stats & graphs, beautiful newly designed website and very useful tools. My favorite is still the Player Consistency Data tool. They keep making this site better and it’s worth every penny.
Once a new site comes online I’ll often bookmark. I’ll use it once or twice and then delete the bookmark when I’m inevitably disappointed in it. Not with FFStatistics though. From day one I have loved the site and it just keeps getting better with time. The functionality of the site is second to none and the writing team includes some of my favorite writers.
FFStatistics is far and away one of the best fantasy football resources on the web – they’ve thrown together years of UNIQUE data that you’re not finding elsewhere. Anyone can tell you who the top sleepers for this year are, but how many places do you know can aesthetically chart out the information telling you how the fantasy WR2 performed in 2009 under Tony Dungy as compared to the WR1? Outside of FFStatistics? Zero. And if you can, I’d bet the mortgage that they got their data from FFStatistics.