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After an intense first season in which [[Mavericks]] did not clinch the league until the final game with an 8-0 romp of [[Mladi Udarniki]], the [[Germany|German]] club was honored as the league was named after them. The league became the '''RM-League''', short for Remember the Mavericks. Magic Academy then broke Mavericks' record with two titles of their own and the league was renamed to the '''MARS-League'''.  
 
After an intense first season in which [[Mavericks]] did not clinch the league until the final game with an 8-0 romp of [[Mladi Udarniki]], the [[Germany|German]] club was honored as the league was named after them. The league became the '''RM-League''', short for Remember the Mavericks. Magic Academy then broke Mavericks' record with two titles of their own and the league was renamed to the '''MARS-League'''.  
  
Many fans also enjoy tracking the league's top scorer as all champions have also had a player win the [[Top Scorer|Golden Boot]]. This trend ended in season 5, though Lunar Juniors YA's  Nigel Sperry finished runner-up. In an odd occurrence season 3 had joint Golden Boot winners, one from the champions Magic Academy and the other from the relegated SmartHotspur Boys. The MARS-League not only features a heated race for the league, but also the suspense of surviving relegation. Many fans breathe sighs of relief after their club reaches the 16 point mark as history shows that no team has been relegated with 16 or more points, though this number has steadily risen in recent seasons.
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Many fans also enjoy tracking the league's top scorer as all champions have also had a player win the [[Top Scorer|Golden Boot]]. This trend ended in season 5, though Lunar Juniors YA's  Nigel Sperry finished runner-up. In an odd occurrence season 3 had joint Golden Boot winners, one from the champions Magic Academy and the other from the relegated SmartHotspur Boys. The MARS-League not only features a heated race for the league, but also the suspense of surviving relegation. Many fans breathe sighs of relief after their club reaches the 15 point mark as history shows that no team has been relegated with 16 or more points, though this number has steadily risen in recent seasons.
  
 
Season 7 ended with a thrill as the legacy club Ally's Accademicals took the championship after powerhouse Rollingerne FC, with its 40+ goal differential, lost to the in-shambles Magic Academy (in spite of taking an early 0-2 lead) on the last day of the season. Season 7 was also notable as Racing Cosmopol brought shame to all Belgium football fans as they finished dead last for two seasons in a row, a feat previously impossible, while also holding a massive goal differential of -80.
 
Season 7 ended with a thrill as the legacy club Ally's Accademicals took the championship after powerhouse Rollingerne FC, with its 40+ goal differential, lost to the in-shambles Magic Academy (in spite of taking an early 0-2 lead) on the last day of the season. Season 7 was also notable as Racing Cosmopol brought shame to all Belgium football fans as they finished dead last for two seasons in a row, a feat previously impossible, while also holding a massive goal differential of -80.

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