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Miklos Feher Cup: In 2009, and beyond, will be awarded to the team which finishes highest in BCFA’s MFLS-standard division fantasy table. (Transferring from an existing NPL competition to an existing BCFA competion.) The NPL-style of trophy will continue to be awarded.
The Miklos Feher Cup is awarded to the team at the top of the Brew City FA Fantasy League at the end of the season. It is named in honor of Miklos Feher, who died on the pitch in 2004. From 2004-2008, it was a Nationwide Premier League competition, while from 1999-2008, in Brew City, it was simply known as the Fantasy League.
- MFLS Points: Teams score points based on the MFLS fantasy scoring criteria. Points are cumulative over the course of the season. There is no match, head-to-head, group or league play.
- Qualifies For: The champion qualifies for next year’s Nationwide Super Cup and Mug’O’Suds Invitational. The first place team after a to-be-determined week qualifies for this year’s Champions League.
|Brew City Champions|
|Miklos Feher Cup, 2009-Present|
|2011||Phoenix TS||Michael Thomas|
|2010||Dynamo Silver Spring||Mark Lewis|
|Fantasy League, 1999-2008|
|2008||Top Shelf||David Thomas|
|2007||Dynamo Silver Spring||Mark Lewis|
|2004||Top Shelf||David Thomas|
|2002||Top Shelf||David Thomas|
|2000||Stonebury United||Ted Stone|
|1999||Top Shelf||David Thomas|
The Miklos Feher Cup changed formats and qualification standards on a regular basis, prior to being incorporated into Brew City in 2009. It is named in honor of Miklos Feher, who died on the pitch in 2004.
|2008||Hirudinae FC||Derek Arndt|
|2007||FC Orlando 98||Eddie Arent|
|2006||FC Stark Industries||C.E. Petit|
|2005||Badger Up FC||Joseph Sloan|