IN the world's smallest football league, you've literally got a 50-50 chance of winning the league title.
And with two cups also up for grabs, fans have every chance of seeing their heroes lifting some silverware.
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For this is the Isles of Scilly Football League – where the Woolpack Wanderers do battle against the Garrison Gunners for ultimate glory.
They play each other SEVENTEEN TIMES, often on a Sunday, and also compete in the Wholesalers Cup and the Foredeck Cup.
And that's it. One league, two teams, no relegation or promotion, and it's been the same since 1920.
The two teams were originally, and it is indeed 'original', called Rangers and Rovers.
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But in 1984 there was a rebrand into what they are called today.
Woolpack Wanderers are the current champions, and have won the league the most times.
Chairman of the Isles of Scilly Football League Anthony ‘Gibbo’ Gibbons, explained how the teams are picked each season.
In a clip posted on the league's Twitter account, he said: "Our squads are pretty much picked like the school yard.
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