FFF Squad was founded in september 2004 by Hugo and Trientje on the game Joint Operations by Novalogic after they spent a couple of weeks in a mainly military origin clan called SOG or Special ops Group.
Hugo and Trientje wanted their clan to be about having fun together with friends. And they hated cheaters so the name of the clans was obvious.
Friends, Fun and Fairplay [FFF] was born.
The clan had members from Belgium, Germany, Holland, Sweden and UK.
Some of the first members where: Pitofzombies, Zeiko, Snootch, Ad Ray, Hordak, Sethcon, Bizarre, Ronzilla, D-devil, Devin, Livetech, Benji, Bex and bloodwynn.
The first lanzone took place in Belgium. March, 2005 and was called LANZONE 1.
Around the same time a friended clan called Mercenaries Elite split up and half a dozen mercs joined FFF (Shooter, Jeff, Mayhem, CPL Nobb, Buttmonkey, ).
This was an important milestone in the history of FFF. The clan started to grow at a fast rate and was becoming well known in the JO community where FFF made some very good friends with clans all over Europe. Clans like
Team Squad France [TSF], International Operations Squad [IOS], Killers in Action [KIA], BAT Squad and many more.
In November 2005 Lanzone 2 was held. This time even the members from the UK took their pc’s on an airplain and came over to Belgium for this event.
It was when EvenBalance dropped the Punkbuster support for Joint Operations that FFF had to look for another game. And so they found call of duty 2. This however was a complete different game then they were used to so it took some time to adjust.
When they moved on to CoD 4. They also joined up on codleague. Here they played for 3 seasons in the S&D competition were they finished on a respectable 3rd position in the highest division in the last season.
While this was happening Hugo and Trientje organized Lanzone 3, 4 and 5 in Belgium. After that the Willow brothers took over and organized Lanzone 6 and 7 in the UK.
An overview of all the lanzones:
An overview of the games FFF played:
Now a days FFF plays Call of Duty: Ghosts and they participate in the Tactical Realism League. TRL.
FFF counts over 30 members from all over Europe, like Belgium, UK, France, Finland and the Netherlands.
Over the years FFF had a couple of different websites, game servers and voice servers and many gamers came and went. But we are still about the thing: We tend to have fun while gaming.
FFF is still looking for members that are over 18 years old and think they fit in with this bunch of cabbages.
To find out more about registering follow this link.