A Still More Glorious Dawn Awaits

Ladies and Gentlemen of the Old and New World, a great and wise man once said;

A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.

Over the seasons we have acclaimed to great things, from the small beginnings of the first seasons, to the wide range of teams who have joined us over the years, to amazing matches which captured the true meaning of Blood Bowl and to legendary players who stepped up to the challenge and remain in our memories and hearts, the HDWSBBL has had it all over the six year history. But now the league goes that one step further to bring you even more action and glory in the 2011/12 season, it is of course the HDWSBBL World Series.

This season begins the new format in what will reboot the entire league in a new era of beauty. Sixteen teams will compete in two Conferences in four divisions all gunning to reach the world’s first ever World Championship Super Bowl in which will truly crown the champion of champions. One team will walk away with not only a conference title but a world title to boot. Every team will play a series of matches against each other within their own divisions and conferences but also the entire league resulting in more exciting and varied matches testing each teams limits to the maximum.

The grand draw will take place next week on the 8th with the first official week of matches commencing the following week on the 15th. Matches will be played every other week and at the end of all matches being played teams will then move on to the play-offs. More details about the teams who will be making history this season will follow in the next couple of days and you can gaurentee they will all be boasting on the Team News Network about their prospects for the upcoming season.

So sport fans around the world, please brace yourself for what will be the greatest sporting season that you will ever witness in your lifetime, prepare for memoriable matches and the great players who will rub shoulders amongst the greatest players of old. For the same wise man once said;

Some of the world’s greatest feats were accomplished by people not smart enough to know they were impossible.

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