World Cup 88- Roster Thread

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World Cup 88- Roster Thread

Postby Cassadaigua » Wed Apr 21, 2021 9:35 am


Roster Thread

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to World Cup 88, proudly hosted by Cassadaigua and Chromatika!

This is the official roster thread for the World Cup. If you have signed up for the World Cup, then it is time to inform us of those who will be representing your nation. A typical roster will have a list of eleven starters and reserves, at the very least. It should also include the manager/head coach. You can even feel free to name a complete list of staff.

Roster posts are also the place to provide your national stadium(s) information. Half of your qualifying games will be played on home turf, so this will allow everyone to know about your facilities.

It can also include: formations, strategies/tactics, team background, traditions, kits/jerseys, fans, players' roles, team achievements, nicknames, and anything else you can think of.

Style Modifiers:
Nations are also invited to include a style modifier for their team. Style mods range from -5 to +5. A team that plays offensively, attacking more and focusing on scoring more goals at the cost of defense, should choose a positive style mod (anywhere from +0.001 to +5.0); they will both score and concede more goals on average. Teams that would rather sit back and focus on defense to prevent their opponents from scoring too many goals should choose a negative style mod (anywhere from -0.001 to -5.0); they will give up fewer goals, but will also have more difficulty scoring goals than their offense-first counterparts. For those who want the best of both worlds, or just don't really care to choose one style over the other, a neutral style mod of 0 is the best option. Nations that do not indicate a style mod will be assigned a neutral one.

After the first match day, if a participant wishes to change their style mod to one different from what they initially posted, they may do so by sending the host scorinating their next match a request via telegram. It is asked that participants include an in-character rationale for the change in their TG to the hosts. Nations will only be allowed one style mod change after the first day of qualifying, so choose wisely when asking.

RP Permissions Box
It is also asked that participants include information on what their opponents can and cannot include in RPs about their team by posting an RP permissions box (or its equivalent) with their roster:

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Godmod injuries to my players: Yes/No
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes/No
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes/No
Godmod other events: Yes/No

Posting a roster for your team will earn you a valuable bonus as well as the gratitude of other nations in your group, since writing match reports quickly becomes boring if one is unable to name any of their opponents' players. If you have any OOC comments, questions, or concerns please post them in the World Cup Discussion Thread or send one of the hosts a TG here or a DM on discord.

For more guidance on what a roster should/can look like, take a look through the World Cup 87 roster thread.

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Postby Tumbra » Wed Apr 21, 2021 9:37 am

The Black Eagles


IMPORTANT OOC NOTE: For all intents and purposes, this Tumbra that began contesting in WCQ87 is an entirely new nation. They have no recollection of their earlier exploits from WC70-80, because that simply didn't exist for this Tumbra. Any and all similarities to the nation of the similar name can and should be construed as glitches in the Multiverse. You may, however, make muted references to "having done this before" or something. For a detailed explanation of how this came to be, read these RPs.

The Tumbran National Football Team is Tumbra's main representative in all association football competitions for national associations. Making its debut at the 87th World Cup Qualifiers, the team currently ranks 117th in the world. The team is controlled by the Tumbran Football Federation, which is also the governing body of football in Tumbra. Also known as the Black Eagles, or affectionately the Eagles, the team competes in the World Cup and its related competitions; it also participates in the Campionato Esportiva, also sends teams to the Di Bradini Cup for Under-21s, and the Under-18 World Cup, in which the team won it's 13th incarnation.

The current manager of the team is one Marco Hemmings, who took charge of the team before the WC87 qualifying cycle. For decades, Tumbra suffered under a succession of coaches who preferred dour, boring defensive football — Hemmings has changed all that. Prioritising high-tempo, fluid, pressing and passing play, Tumbra's players are a joy to watch.

Coaching Staff
Pos Staff Member Age Prev.Club
Manager Marco Hemmings 47 Fraser Valley FC
Asst. Manager Peter Gabriel 38 Straton FC
Coach (Atk) Gabriel Watson 53 Hesham FC
Coach (Def) John McGann 55 Delphi Lions
Coach (GK) Callum Randolph-Watts 43 Fraser Valley FC
Head Physio Lucy Reynolds 39 --
Physio Joseph Smith 65 --
Scout Viv Watson 58 Tavistock Athletic

No Pos Player Age Caps Goals Club
1 GK John Lennon 30 4 0 Lakewood City FC
12 GK Louis Addison 31 25 0 Lakewood United FC
13 GK Nick Barker 25 2 0 FC Inter Nantwich
24 GK Mike Hancy 24 2 0 West Couno United

No Pos Player Age Caps Goals Club
2 LB Ryan Hughes 27 8 1 Lakewood City FC
18 LB Simon Hart 32 19 1 Kingsbury United
25 LB Michael Campbell 27 3 0 Straton FC
4 CB Harry Henderson 25 28 0 Kingsbury United
5 CB Johnny Brown (c) 32 26 1 Lakewood United FC

14 CB Ian Ashburn 22 10 0 Lakewood City FC
20 CB Louis Paterson 25 4 0 Lakewood City FC
23 CB Wayne Forrest 24 3 0 Straton FC
26 CB Douglas Moore 25 3 0 FC Inter Nantwich
3 RB Russell White 28 26 0 Clyde Park
19 RB Chris Carter 22 4 0 Lakewood City FC
27 RB Nigel Harris 25 13 0 Lakewood United FC

No Pos Player Age Caps Goals Club
6 CM Vincent Hicks 22 26 5 Hesham FC
8 CM Craig McGrath 25 22 3 Serrapince FC
10 CAM Adam Herlinger 31 20 6 Lakewood United FC

15 CDM Michael Aitken 30 6 0 Straton FC
16 CM Alan Morgan 24 15 1 Lakewood City FC
28 CDM Tom Stansfield 27 5 0 FC Inter Nantwich
29 CAM Phil Cole 22 3 1 Lakewood City FC
30 CM Andrew Fisher 22 2 0 FC Inter Nantwich

No Pos Player Age Caps Goals Club
7 LW Neil Fraser 23 24 5 Clyde Park
17 LW Dylan van Heirolf 21 17 2 Miruan City FC [Tikariot]
31 LW George Hilton 23 4 1 Serrapince FC
9 RW Robin Vaughn (vc) 26 33 10 Lakewood City FC
21 RW Dean Cresswood 28 3 0 Clyde Park
32 RW Alexander Anderson 25 2 0 Couno Rangers

No Pos Player Age Caps Goals Club
11 ST Philip Cohen 26 25 13 Lakewood United FC
22 ST Marcus Sheldon 30 10 6 Couno Rangers
33 ST Nick Riordan 19 2 1 Serrapince FC

*Caps and Goals figure accurate to pre-WC88.

Bolded players denote starters, but pre-match XIs will be posted before every cutoff. If none are posted, feel free to pick and choose from this side, though do keep in mind a player with the number 14 is more likely to be picked than a player with the number 26.

The Black Eagles return for a second tournament, buoyed by their earlier successes in which they finished fifth in their qualifying group as an unranked side. The team were in contention to finish even higher, however several disappointing results including a draw against Regmotto and a final day loss to eventual qualifiers South Newlandia put paid to those hopes. Now buoyed by a relatively strong Campionato Esportiva showing, the team enters the new domestic season looking to progress towards another promising campaign on the world stage. However, a potential storm has been brewing at home, over the inclusion (or lack thereof) of female players in both the under-21 side, the domestic leagues and, most damningly, the National Team. How will the winds of this storm blow? Will the TFF, the bastions of conservatism of football in Tumbra, push hard to retain the status quo of male-only footballers in Tumbra, or will the winds of change blow this ship towards change?


It's all winds of change here in the goalkeeping department, as Louis Addison was first dropped for John Lennon midway through the Campionato Esportiva, and Hemmings seems to be leaning towards the Lakewood City keeper as his number 1 for the upcoming qualifying cycle. Addison's performances with Lakewood United somewhat dropped off throughout the previous domestic season, possibly leading to this change. Both Lennon and Addison play in the same way, though Lennon is particularly skilled with his feet, and will prefer to use them when available; passing out to the defenders is his preferred way of beginning attacks, while Addison prefers to launch balls into midfield. Both are competent shot-stoppers, and both are particularly acrobatic. Behind the two goalkeepers from the opposing sides of Lakewood, however, Mike Hancy, a relative newcomer, comes into the team; from unfancied side West Couno United, the goalkeeper looks set to try and make an impression. Debuting in a 1-2 victory against Frestovenia, Hancy looks set to try and enjoy the experience, really. The same could be said of Nick Barker, the Nantwich n.1; at just 24 years of age, there is already talk that he will succeed the battling two goalkeepers once their era is over. That being said, however, Barker is a more traditional shot-stopper than either Addison or Lennon.


On the left wing, Ryan Hughes has locked down that left-back starting spot; the left has never looked more secure under his custodian-ship. Multiple attempts by Marcus Bradley, whose attacking output far outpaces his defensive one, Graham Lloyd, who got relegated with Port Marray and has since signed for recently-promoted Macarthur, and even Simon Hart — the starting left back through the WC87 cycle — have failed to dislodge the Lakewood City left back. Hughes is calm and composed on the ball, the defender preferring to pass along the wing or into the midfield to going on attacking runs. Simon Hart largely prefers to do the same, but his age means that his pace isn't as good as it used to be. He is, however, considered a somewhat better tackler than Hughes, and less likely to get booked. Michael Campbell comes in as third-choice, perhaps as a replacement for the error-prone Bradley; the more offensive option,

The centre defence sees six defenders come in for the qualifiers; no doubt the usual defensive combination of Henderson/Brown looks set to continue, with Brown donning the fabled armband; but rumours abound that this could be his last cycle; after all, he will be 33 at the end of these qualifiers. Harry Henderson typically plays as the clean-shorts, passing defender, while Johnny Brown plays as the no-nonsense, hard tackler; yet somehow clean enough to avoid getting booked, most of the time. Of their understudies — Ian Ashburn, Louis Paterson, Wayne Forrest and Douglas Moore — Ashburn and Moore are the passers, while Forrest and Paterson are the tacklers. The defence tends to play a high line; this, unfortunately, leads to them being caught out sometimes.

On the right, Russell White and Nigel Harris continue their roles as the custodians of the right-back spot; while both are experienced, LCFC right-back Chris Carter, often touted as a more attacking prospect, has entered the team as well; some suspect that Hemmings plans to gradually put Carter into the team, given his relative youth. Otherwise, White looks set to start; the more adventurous of the two wingbacks, White sometimes drifts into midfield to provide an additional man there in the offense.

Overall, the defenders have a high standard of passing and will look to begin attacks once they receive the ball; man-marking has largely been eschewed in favour of high-tempo pressing, dispossessing and pushing up field.


The 3-man midfield Tumbra utilises is unique in the sense that there are three fixed roles; it does not matter who plays where; merely that players that fulfill these three roles should be on the pitch for the Tumbran brand of football to be particularly effective. These three roles are the dynamo, the pacesetter, and the visionary. The dynamo typically plays deepest, and is the most defensive of the three; his role is to run around the pitch, helping to press attackers and dispossess them, while simultaneously beginning attacks by receiving the ball and cycling possession by passing it to either the pacemaker, visionary or the two wingers. The role involves a high degree of stamina; running around the pitch for 90 minutes does require that, and they often rack up a huge amount of kilometres ran per game. The pacesetter sets the tempo of the game, speeding up or slowing down the game as they deem fit, recycling possession or moving it onwards, and going on runs to appear on the edge of the box. The visionary typically plays highest up the pitch; typically defending the least (but still expected to chip in whenever possible), their main job is to splay balls into the final third, beginning runs into the box or otherwise.

Of the eight midfielders included in the squad, it's fairly evident who plays as what; Vincent Hicks, Tom Stansfield and Andrew Fisher typically fill in for the dynamo; Craig McGrath, Michael Aitken and Alan Morgan typically play as pacesetter, and Adam Herlinger and Phil Cole as visionary. These alignments aren't fixed, though; though the dynamos typically play as dynamos (due to how physically intensive the role itself is), all eight midfielders are at least somewhat competent at each role. Do note, however, that Herlinger and Cole wouldn't be seen dead as the dynamo, nor would Aitken or Stansfield at visionary; they do have their limits as players. The hard press exists here, too; Herlinger may be a little more loath to press, given his age; but he will do it, if somewhat half-heartedly.


Dan Galbraith no longer plays for this team; in his place, Robin Vaughn, the Lakewood City talisman and so far only person who has played in every one of Tumbra's 33 WCC-recognised matches so far. Vaughn plays as an inside forward, and has largely followed in the mold of the taciturn finisher that his national team mentor Galbraith taught him to play. Rarely media friendly, he prefers to let the football do the talking; but on the pitch Vaughn can be fiery, and his determination on pitch is second to none. His understudies, Dean Cresswood and Alex Anderson, will most likely not challenge him for the starting spot; while competent, Vaughn is on a whole different level to the two. Cresswood takes on a similar, inside-forward role; Anderson is the more traditional take-the-ball and run, hell for leather, to the corner post to swing it in.

On the left, it's a whole 'nother story; three young wingers battling it out for the starting winger spot. Neil Fraser, bright young lad of the future, electric in pace and in the dribble, is the archetypical pick up the ball and cross it in winger; Dylan van Heirolf, the more moody winger who decided to venture overseas to Tikariot, who prefers cutting in than crossing; and George Hilton, who perhaps is a mix of the two, yet also somehow is more unique in the sense that he tends to venture deeper than a traditional winger would. All three should receive a healthy dollop of playtime throughout the campaign; depending on the needs of the team at that particular moment.


Philip Cohen rules the roost here; an immaculate finisher who is every bit a complete forward, he tries to dribble his way out of trouble and can finish from pretty much anywhere. Has a powerful shot. Does require a lot more service than his competitor, Marcus Sheldon, however, and can get pissed off if he's not shooting enough — others create chances for him, he finishes them off. It's worked so far for him and the team, though his recent drought does spark cause for worry. Sheldon typically drops back deeper to receive the ball, and is a more calmer presence, being able to create chances of his own volition. A more complete player than Cohen, arguably, the striker enjoys being involved in the build-up play as much as the finish. Meanwhile, Nick Riordan is everywhere. Blazing, electric, he proved with his 11 goals during the 50th Di Bradini Cup that he has potential; and rightly so, having jumped Bruce Nolan to the call-up for the national team. He has proved he can finish; the only problem is that he tends to do only that, and sometimes can neglect the finer parts of the game. More often than not, he's on target, however.

Tactical Set-Up

As evinced in the earlier ten paragraphs, the team sets up in a solid 4-3-3 formation; the alternate formation is a 4-2-3-1 with a double pivot. Set-pieces are taken by whomever volunteers, as Hemmings himself doesn't place much emphasis on them; however, Adam Herlinger's free kicks are always to be taken with a lot of danger, especially on the edge of the box. The emphasis is on fast buildup and attacks; counter-pressing in defence.

Left Corner Taker				Neil Fraser
Right Corner Taker Robin Vaughn
Penalties Robin Vaughn
Direct FK Taker Adam Herlinger
Indirect FK Taker Neil Fraser
Most likely to foul/be booked Tom Stansfield
Most likely to shoot Nick Riordan
Most likely to score from close-range Philip Cohen
Most likely to score from long-range Robin Vaughn
Most likely to be fouled Robin Vaughn
Most likely to attempt the spectacular Marcus Sheldon

Home Stadia

The other nine teams lucky enough to be in the same group as Tumbra will be hosted in the Tumbran National Stadium in Straton; with a capacity of 100,000, at least 25,000 tickets will be allocated for visiting fans.

Style Mod: +3

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my goalscorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes*
RP injuries to my players: Yes. I will decide length.
Godmod injuries to my players: Yes*
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes. Maximum of 3. Any more must be matched.
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes*. Maximum of 1. Any more must be matched.
Godmod other events: Yes*

COVID-19 does not exist in Tumbra.

*As a general rule, just let me know before doing something egregious. Don't know what egregious means, or unsure that what you want to do breaks
this line? Telegram me or message me on Discord. I'm on the NSS server.


Number of Players to have earned at least 1 Cap: 47
Most Caps: Robin Vaughn (33)
Most Goals: Philip Cohen (13)
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Postby Savigliane » Wed Apr 21, 2021 9:38 am


Savigliane’s international record in this new dimension was off to an incredibly rough start, but a new cycle and a new manager, ex-Galactico Tlanx-Nulzk (who just took home a second Galactico Manager of the Cycle award for his efforts with Savigliane), unexpectedly brought them to the promised land in just their second cycle. Now, after a victory over Starblaydia at the World Cup and a strong youth-team showing at the AOCAF, things are looking up for the Swans - but will they be able to sustain their success? Some more information about Savigliane can be found in my first WCQ RP or my BoF/WCQ RP line. Essentially, the nation has been teleported to the NS world from an IRL equivalent and is still working through the fallout of that event.

NICKNAME: The Swans / The Red and Blues
After taking a sabbatical to reexamine their priorities in the wake of Qusmo's collapse, Tlanx-Nulzk has returned — & they like to attack as much as ever. They posted some of the highest-scoring seasons in the history of Pug Qusmyra. Under their stewardship, Qastyr – coming from a nation that had never before advanced beyond the first preliminary round of the Champions' Cup – not only got to the Champions' Cup 72 group stage, but rode the highest-scoring attack in the group stage out of all thirty-two teams in the tournament to win a group featuring Spartangrad, Brinemouth, & Tanrisal, en route to a shock quarterfinals run. As a result, they came from nowhere to be named a surprise selection for KarlingSport Galacticos Manager of the Season. Admittedly, their back line hasn't always been a strong suit, but they are remarkably efficient at getting their midfielders & forwards in sync for ruthless attacks. They were noted at their last post, as Saltstead's national team manager, for a sense of humour, memorably playing along with The Beet's request that they be set on fire. Perhaps that belies their competitive spirit, but make no mistake: they're friendly, jovial, & fun to be around off the pitch; on it, they're nothing short of ruthless. (description written by Qusmo)

Recently sacked by Parakleion Firebirds after a dismal start to the season, Giuliani vacates the hole left by the departure of Natalia Rossi to Kelssek’s Kirkenes FC. Giuliani is a talented young manager best known for turning EDC Fossano, previously a yo-yo club who played a dour, defensive style, into an attack-minded midtable club within three years. An excellent man-manager and tactician (offensively), Giuliani is now looking to make the next step.

STADIUM: Stadio del Piero, Acqui Bollente or Stade National, Villeneuve
Captain in absentia - Bianca Fiore
Vice-Captains - Pietro Giraudo (first vice-captain), Amara Vatrican
Penalty Takers (in order of preference) - Amara Vatrican, Adrian Toscani, Thea Squarciafichi, Isabella Coste, Bertrand Marchetti
Free Kick Taker - Adrian Toscani
Corner-Kick Taker - Bertrand Marchetti (L), Adrian Toscani (R)
RP PERMISSIONS: Anything realistic is fine, TG/DM me for permission to godmod or otherwise do something unrealistic. No deaths; I determine the severity of injuries. If you're going to RP our match, please reference my players by name.
Kits: Made with love by uni·q · for the game that’s more than a game.
(OOC: thanks to Qusmo for making these!)

"TlanxBall", a dynamic 4-3-3 setup, promised - and immediately delivered - attractive results. In possession, the focus will be on retaining possession and moving the ball forward vertically, with Pietro Giraudo (formerly a center-back) redeployed as a deep-lying playmaker, and Vatrican and Toscani aggressively pushing forwards with the ball or using diagonal passes when they can. In build-up, Giraudo will drop back to form a triangle with the other center-backs, with Marchetti and Vitale drifting in and out to serve as wide options to carry the ball up the flanks if necessary.

The aim while in possession will be to rapidly shift the ball forward before using quick interchanges and dynamic movement in the attacking third of the pitch. To aid this, the inside forwards (and occasionally the two midfielders, especially Toscani, who will have more of a free role) will wide and into the half-spaces to stretch the opposition defense before playing back through the center or switching play to the now-exposed opposite flank.

Defensively, Savigliane will play a relatively high line, aiming to compress the opposition's build-up toward the sidelines and pressing immediately after losing the ball. The Swans will rely on the pace and tactical instincts of their back four to cover what is a pretty attack-minded "front six", especially since Marchetti and especially Vitale will both be pushing forward if necessary to maintain dynamism in possession.

Tlanx-Nulzk’s system has taken significant adjustment to work with the Swans - although, with a dominant qualifying record, the results are undeniable. The free-flowing nature of the attack, however, combined with the defenders’ relative lack of experience in the system against stronger opposition, means that the team may struggle to keep their opponents out of goal this cycle. However, they’ll more than make up for it with dynamic, fast-paced, free-flowing attacking play that could make them one of neutrals’ more favored teams in the qualifyinng group.

Score a Goal - Thea Squarciafichi, Isabella Coste, Adrian Toscani
Score from Distance - Amara Vatrican, Adrian Toscani, Bertrand Marchetti
Assist a Goal - Isabella Coste, Adrian Toscani, Bertrand Marchetti
Score off a Header - Thea Squarciafichi, Pietro Giraudo, Chiara Blanco
Win a Free Kick/Penalty - Isabella Coste, Amara Vatrican, Adrian Toscani
Get Sent Off - Chiara Blanco, Nathaniel Auvergne, Óceane Chastain
Get a Yellow Card - Chiara Blanco, Nathaniel Auvergne, Gianmarco Dutto
Come Through in the Clutch - Amara Vatrican, Bertrand Marchetti, Isabella Coste


#08 - Bianca FIORE - CM
#20 - Raphael ROVIRA - FW
#25 - Sofia PLAISANCE - FW

While Savigliane does not traditionally retire numbers, the loss of three national team players to the event that brought Savigliane into the NSS dimension has been commemorated by suspending usage of their numbers until further notice. Especially sacrosanct is Bianca Fiore's #8 - the former captain and bedrock of the Swans, Fiore brought Savigliane back to the World Cup until her abrupt disappearance, and she is presumed stranded or dead.

Note: below, bolded players represent starters, italicized players represent backups, and underlined players represent reserves.


#23 - Nicodemo D’AMBROSIO - 26 - AFC Mayville (EUR)
#01 - Camillo NOTARI - 34 - AC Acqui Bollente
#12 - Nicolas DuCASSE - 26 - Kingston FC (QUE)

#34 - Charlotte FASANO - 29 - Gallant Cross (BRE)

D’Ambrosio has been one of the breakout stars of post-Event Savigliane, going from backup to Golden Glove winner to Mayville starter and NT star. He’s still inexperienced, but an incredibly athletic shot-stopper with inconsistent but strong distribution. Former starter Notari is a commanding aerial presence, a penalty-kick specialist, and a solid all-around shot-stopper. If he does have a weakness, it’s that he’s a little shaky with distribution, although this has generally been covered by the center-backs’ abilities on the ball. Meanwhile, recently-Quebecois DuCasse is a much stronger and more consistent distributor, although his highs aren’t quite as high as D’Ambrosio, and he’s a relatively weak shot-stopper at this level. Finally, Fasano is a strong aerial presence and shot-stopper whose main strength his her agility, although she's not much of a distributor.


#04 - LB - Bertrand MARCHETTI - 29 - Freeport United (FPT)
#02 - CB - Adélaïde GARCIA - 26 - KT Moreazerua (AUD)
#03 - CB - Chiara BLANCO - 23 - Aries Chariots (NPH)
#11 - RB/RM - Giovanna VITALE - 27 - Dynamo Sjoedrhavn (SVJ)

#26 - LB - Serena LAMONTAGNE - 24 - Chatswood (NPH)
#13 - CB/RB - Rémy LeCLERC - 23 - Stade-Ferre Trinité
#24 - CB/CDM - Gianmarco DUTTO - 24 - FK Metropola Borograd (STL)
#34 - LB/RB - Margherita ROMANO - 27 - Sporting Jaglan (SRS)

#15 - LB/RB - Amalia FLORENZI - 27 - Corvette Maulers (NPH)
#36 - CB - Alexandre ONIO - 20 - Nyva Zvornik (MYT)
#14 - CB - Efisio MOREAU - 31 - Veriasod Lakers FC (TKT)
#55 - RB - Nicoletta SAUVAGEON - 22 - Knetyohai (CMT)

Marchetti may not be the flashiest player on the team, but his endurance, pace, and keen sense of positioning make him absolutely essential to Savigliane’s tactical setup. An excellent passer, Marchetti is capable of making key offensive contributions (although he doesn’t push up as zealously as his counterpart, Vitale), but seemingly is always able to get back in time to disrupt counterattacks or fall back on defense. Blanco, replacing the aging fan favorite Efisio Moreau, will serve as the brawn to Giraudo’s brain - quick, aerially adept, and hard-working, she was one of Lega 2's best-kept secrets until her move abroad. Meanwhile, Garcia is the quickest of the back line, and the one in the highest demand this transfer window before a big-money move to Mozi - while still occasionally prone to mistakes while on the ball, her athleticism and man-marking capabilities make her a valuable, versatile asset to the national team. Finally, Vitale is more explosive than the rest of the fullbacks, and her crossing and shooting ability make her more of a direct threat when attacking. A converted winger, she’s not particularly good tracking back, although her athleticism gets her some of the way there. She's capable of playing in a number of different positions on the right flank, and will be more at home in this newly attack-minded formation.

Lamontagne, who unexpectedly became one of Savigliane’s most-sought-after players in the most recent transfer window, is known for her deceptive athleticism, coolness under pressure, tactical intelligence, and versatility. Young LeClerc is sharp, athletic, and versatile (serving as both a center-back and right-back for Trinité), but not polished enough with the ball to earn a starting spot yet. Gianmarco Dutto is a strong but slow-footed center-back whose biggest strength is his ability to distribute from the back - it’s early, for sure, but he’s already being tipped as a potential successor to ball-playing center-back Pietro Giraudo. The versatile Romano is a fiery leader known for her persistence, defensive workrate, and poise with the ball, although she’s much less of an attacking threat than Marchetti on the left or Vitale on the right.

Florenzi is a quick, diminutive wingback with a knack for crossing, who lies somewhat between the defensive Romano and the kamikaze Vitale on the wingback scale. Onio is a lithe, classy defender who is very strong with the ball - but possibly not physical enough for certain matchups. The muscular veteran Moreau’s aerial presence and strength are both excellent, although he’s more well-rounded than one might expect, and a consummate professional on and off the field. Sauvageon, somewhat similarly to Giovanna Vitale, is a high-flying, aggressive fullback who needs to work on her defensive discipline in Chromatika - but serves as a useful “break in case of emergency” if Savigliane is trailing.


#06 - CM - Amara VATRICAN - 30 - AC Acqui Bolente
#05 - CDM/CB - Pietro GIRAUDO - 33 - AC Acqui Bollente
#10 - CM/AM - Adrian TOSCANI - 24 - Cazadores Cathair (AUD)

#17 - CM - Nathaniel AUVERGNE - 23 - Hofvinger (GRF)
#16 - CDM - Gabriel BUVALELLI - 20 - AS Marcadia (AUD)
#29 - CM/AM - Alessandro BELLA - 22 - Mazinaw Vanorian (KSK)

#33 - AM - Stella BOISBOUVIER - 26 - Parakleion Firebirds (TKT)
#28 - CM - Óceane CHASTAIN - 21 - La Nueva Avenida (FFD)
#41 - CM - Leo CASTAGNE - 23 - Carsby (EUR)
#80 - CM - Sébastien PETIT - 31 - CSKA Quebec (QUE)

Giraudo is the real gem in a very skilled trio of defenders, with enough skill to be redeployed by this new system as a deep-lying playmaker. His skill on the ball and ability to make accurate long passes makes him a vital cog in Savigliane’s offense. He’s also a solid defender in his own right - although not particularly athletic, his positioning and tactical acumen are remarkable. Vatrican is a dynamic, box-to-box midfielder, with her excellent dribbling enabling her to make driving runs toward the box, and her accurate - if not particularly creative - passing helping the team advance up the pitch. Toscani is a technically gifted young midfielder who, despite not being particularly athletic, has already impressed in his short time at Porto Vecchio, earning himself a transfer to Caza in the process. He’s capable of playing as a center-midfielder, an attacking-midfielder, or, thanks to his surprisingly good crossing ability, on the wing.

Auvergne, who’s excelled at Hofvinger this season, is a young talent whose creativity and physicality make him an incredible prospect despite his lack of speed. Buvalelli unexpectedly broke into Alessandro Juliana’s first team in Audioslavia’s National League, and although temperamental, his deep-lying playmaking could make him Pietro Giraudo’s heir apparent at the senior level. Bella, the young player of the year in Savigliane, is known for his creativity and flair with the ball, and surprisingly high workrate (somewhat compensating for his lack of athleticism) without it.

Boisbouvier provides a different tactical option in midfield - her pace and energy make her well-suited to be a mezzala of sorts, but her excellent passing and tactical nous can also see her slot into a deeper-lying role. Chastain is unpolished, often lacks focus, and is prone to fouling, but genuinely one of Savigliane's best when she's on, with the kind of passing vision, defensive positioning, and athleticism that make us reach for the Bianca Fiore comparisons. Farfadillis may have been too ambitious of a step for her, but she could have star potential. Castagne’s breakout season was one reason why Stade-Ferre won their first league title in decades, as the hometown hero impressed with his intelligence, physicality, tactical versatility, and leadership ability that belied his young age. Petit is a hard-working box-to-box midfielder on the field, known for his versatility and energy. Off the field, he doesn’t have the best of reputations, which is probably why he didn’t originally make the final cut despite his talent.


#07 - LW/SS - Isabella COSTE - 27 - Dury FC (PFA)
#18 - ST - Thea SQUARCIAFICHI - 23 - 1830 Cathair (AUD)
#30 - RW/CAM - Calliope MONTEVECCHI - 27 - Eivora Athletic (TKT)

#27 - LW/ST - Anne-Marie ROUX - 22 - FC Novonaya (KSK)
#20 - ST - Paolo RINALDI - 22 - Gunzlach (GRF)
#22 - LW/RW - Zoë BARTHELEMY - 26 - Levis Athletic (QUE)

#32 - LW - Valentina GASTALDO - 20 - Glenmount Town (TLI)
#21 - FW - Michael DURAND - 33 - Stade-Ferre Trinité
#37 - RW - Victor COLLOMB - 26 - Marthorpe City FC (FVA)

Squarciafichi, while still unpolished, is a predatory finisher. Although a solid dribbler, her best runs are off the ball, and her passing is definitely a work in progress. Coste is the opposite - end product and strength are the only things she lacks, while her speed and dribbling ability make her a constant threat to set up her teammates. Montevecchi is a surprisingly good playmaker for a winger, and has flirted with an attacking-midfield role. Nevertheless, her biggest asset is her pace and ability to cut inside into dangerous positions, while her weakness is her inability to contribute on the defensive end.

Roux is an incredible dribbler with sometimes inaccurate but sometimes incredible passing ability and a left foot that produces magical free-kicks and long-range shots. She's still raw but could be one of Savigliane's Next Big Things.Rinaldi, although injury-prone, became one of AC Acqui Bollente’s most important players before his move abroad - not an easy feat on a team with three national team starters - due to his aerial prowess and consistently confident finishing in the penalty box. Barthelemy is more of a natural winger, although she’s ambidextrous and versatile enough to play on either wing. Her greatest assets are her energy, pace, and dribbling, but she’s a little lacking in end product.

Gastaldo is a deadly passer and crosser who uses her speed to hug the touchline and burst past defenders. Led now-relegated Porto Vecchio in assists last season despite her young age before moving to the Licentian Isles. Durand is more of a support striker, adept at both scoring and creating, and most at home in a more fluid front three. Collomb, known for a methodical, deliberate style of play, is a strong passer and finisher most at home setting up teammates.
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Leader: Prime Minister Alphonse Duhamel • Capitals: Acqui Bollente, Villenueve • Population: ~8,000,000
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Postby Yue Zhou » Wed Apr 21, 2021 9:40 am

月州联合共和国 - 国际足球队
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It’s a new dawn for Yuezhou, and that extends to the national team as well. At home, a significantly weakened federal republic has opened its doors to the Rushmori community (or, to more cynically-minded Yueren, exploitative foreign corporations). On the national team, Lu Jialan has finally been given a chance to impose his own style on the new-look Red Dragons, as after an exciting WCQ86 and Copa Rushmori quarterfinals run, WCQ87 saw the influential Yuan Zilai finally sacked by the FA. Lu Jialan’s tenure has seen Yuezhou return to their usual level of losing in the first knockout round in the Cup of Harmony and Copa Rushmori, but there’s hope that as his players develop familiarity with a new 3-4-2-1 setup, the next qualifying campaign will see improvement.

Manager: Lu Jialan
Assistant Manager: None [left vacant since the Alba and Cymru Incident]
Nickname: The Red Dragons
Formation: 3-4-2-1
Style Modifier: -2.75
First-Choice Lineup
RP Permissions: no killing/serious injuries, TG or DM before doing anything unrealistic, everything else is fine. If you're planning on RPing the match, I would prefer you reference my players by name in said RP.
Home Stadium: either Yübao, Nangang (cap. 48,000) or The Meridian, Jiangdong (cap. 46,000); feel free to choose one if not previously specified.
Yuan Zilai, the previous coach of the national team, used an aggressive midfield press and a dynamic counterattack to stun much more talented opposition. However, it was clear by the end of the tenure that the wheels had come off a bit, especially with the press tending to lead to sloppy defending and tired legs late in matches. There were also some concerns with the attacking setup, with Liu Huiying and Gu Zhalei looking out of place on the wings, and Huang Shedong isolated upfront.

Former Dynamo Dalian and Beian City manager Lu Jialan’s tactics are largely responding to these weaknesses. On the attacking end of things, Liu Huiying has been moved centrally, and will frequently push up to form a strike partnership with Huang Shedong. Wen Xiaohui will also tuck in and spray passes from a more central position, although she’ll have a freer role that allows her to drift wide and find spaces between the lines. The focus in open play will be to play more centrally and dynamically, shifting play between the two sides of the pitch when needed. Lu relies on his fullbacks-turned-wingbacks for width, with Diadora Reeve and Kang Enlai being given more license to push up and provide a wide threat, although Yuezhou will never have the personnel to play many crosses in.

Without the ball, Lu Jialan sets his team up in a position to counterattack. Immediately after losing the ball, Yuezhou will attempt to defend from the front, trying to win it back. However, unlike Yuan Zilai’s setup, they will not press aggressively in midfield, instead dropping back into a 5-4-1 medium block. The center-backs will play very conservatively, although Zhu will have more license to bomb forwards on the counter, and the midfield pivot (especially Guo, who can make the defense a six-man back line at times) also frequently sits back. The aim will be to control the center of the pitch and force attacks into wide areas, while maintaining space up front to surge forward into a counterattack if need be.


#01 - GK - LU Qiang (陆蔷) (f) - 30 - Guerrilla Cathair (AUD)
From an actual guerrilla in the Yue Civil War to Guerrilla Cathair, Lu Qiang is a fighter above all else. On the pitch, she’s more modern, better at playing the ball from the back, but undoubtedly worse at actually stopping the ball from going into the net.
#03 - LCB - REN Fang (任方) - 32 - Hamiltonian Cambria (KSK)
A strong, disciplined defender who's at his best in the air. Athletic and very versatile, Ren’s only weakness is that he tends to just hoof it whenever he wins a ball back.
#05 - CB - HAN Jian (C) (韩建) - 34 - Letson Town (ETN)
Cautious and disciplined, the experienced Han Jian is the de facto leader of the backline for both club and country - although this cycle could be his swan song. Incredibly solid, but like Ren, has little skill on the ball.
#15 - RCB/RB - ZHU Aiguo (朱爱国) - 28 - Iturributa United (ASG)
An aggressive, versatile defender who likes to win balls and push forward with them. A center-back by trade, Zhu has unexpectedly become Yuezhou's starting right-back - his emergence at the position has earned him a transfer to Astograth as well as his starting spot.
#02 - LB - KANG Enlai (康恩来) - 29 - Corvette Maulers (NPH)
The most ambitious of the full-backs on the roster, Kang is the best source of width on the team (although that probably says more about the team than it does about Kang). Strong athleticism and crossing ability, although he is a bit one-dimensional on the attack.
#07 - CDM - YANG Tao (杨道) - 29 - Fagli Cinquanta (SOR)
Energetic but not particularly skilled, Yang will be tasked with pressing aggressively, winning balls back before passing them to someone more creative, and kicking opponents to stop attacks.
#11 - CM - CHEN Xiwei (陈席位) - 32 - Bikarsh (PFA)
Chen Xiwei’s evolution from an energetic but unskilled midfielder to a dominant playmaker and Poafmersia’s player of the year has come out of nowhere and won him back a starting spot. Chen has retained his energy and his aggressiveness in the pivot, while adding a new dimension to his passing that helped him take the league by storm with Bikarsh.
#13 - RB - Diadora REEVE (f) (利朵拉) - 25 - North Sabrefell (NPH)
Diadora Reeve is an athletic, relatively attack-minded fullback who provides an interesting tactical option for Yuezhou in place of Zhu Aiguo. We think she had a Yue grandfather or something, which is why she's turned up on the Yue national team despite everyone previously thinking she was Nepharim.
#10 - CAM/SS - LIU Huiying (f) (刘辉映) - 24 - AFC Corvistone (NPH)
Liu’s speed and devastating passing ability make her one to watch with every counterattack. Her high workrate, even on the defensive end, should theoretically make her a good candidate to slot into attacking-midfield, where she now plays at the club level as well in the Zenith.
#18 - AM - WEN Xiaohui (f) (文小辉) - 25 - CASK Thorsborg (SVJ)
Wen Xiaohui, the niece of controversial star midfielder Wen Xiaoli, has rapidly developed from Yuezhou’s next big thing to a star in her own right. She’s not a great tactical fit for Lu Jialan’s style, but her pace and playmaking more than merit her inclusion in the first-choice starting eleven, and her breakout WCQ87 campaign was a rare bright spot in an otherwise miserable qualifiers.
#09 - ST - HUANG Shedong (黄舍东) - 28 - Stahlberg Rovers (NPH)
While not particularly good at hold-up play or in the air, Huang's blazing speed and technique mean he excels at exploiting gaps in the opponents' defense with his dribbling and short passes. A strong finisher, but relatively unproven leading a line by himself.


#12 - GK - WANG Bo - 29 - Wahrsager Der Berg (ZRH)
A polished shot-stopper with strong leadership abilities who was rewarded for his efforts with a Golden Gloves award two years ago. Earned a big-money (by Yue standards, at least) move to Esportiva last transfer window.
#23 - GK - GUO Yanhong - 27 - Dhun Lagarr FC (TKT)
A modern sweeper-keeper and competent shot-stopper who is aggressive to a fault, but who had a strong enough season in Tikariot to earn a call-up.
#14 - LB - JIAWEI Chuan (f) - 25 - Urrhediao (CMT)
A quick, crafty full-back (or wing-back, or even winger if Yuezhou are really parking the bus) whose biggest weakness is a propensity to get forced off the ball.
#25 - LCB - YAO Wenyan - 26 - Olympic Nangang
A left-footed center-back who can play left-back in a pinch (for instance, if Lu Jialan really wants to park the bus), Yao is a quick, intelligent defender capable of making surging runs into midfield.
#16 - RCB - YUAN Mingrong - 24 - Ararat (MYT)
An intelligent, cultured young center-back who's solid but still a bit raw with the ball. Showed enough promise in Mytanija as the best defender in an admittedly underwhelming Ararat defense to earn a shot, although that might say more about Yuezhou’s center-back depth than anything else.
#06 - CB/CDM - GUO Xiawei - 25 - Ming (CMT)
Formerly a makeshift libero in a back three, Guo Xiawei has often been redeployed as a defensive midfielder. One of the first of his generation of Yue players to sign abroad, for since-relegated Tanques AOE of the Ko-orenite Top League, Guo has flashes of brilliance with the ball and is very good at reading and intercepting passes, but tends to make unforced errors on defense too often to be trusted unless in a back three.
#08 - CM/AM - LI Jing - 28 - Steinaux (GRF)
Li Jing is very quick and excels on the counterattack as a creative or goalscoring threat. Has enjoyed increased praise lately for his exploits in Graintfjall due to the beginning of normalization in relations between the two countries.
#19 - CDM/CM - WAN Sheping - 21 - Wirr Tsi (CMT)
An old-school, defensive-minded midfielder who's surprisingly good in the air despite being 5'8". Earned a move to countryman Zhaxi Nanlei’s Wirr Tsi squad last transfer window, and is rapidly becoming one of the better young players in the Red League.
#17 - CM - LI Keqiang - 28 - Vantanoch FC (TKT)
An absolute wall of muscle, Li Keqiang's combination of pace and physicality make him a tough player to get past. Has proven surprisingly effective as a goal-scorer in Tikariot.
#20 - AM - TAO Beiliang - 25 - Korsbach (GRF)
A relentless source of energy, aggression, and creativity, Tao is still pretty inconsistent, but is a great student of the game and could be starting for the Red Dragons in a few years.
#21 - ST - JI Weibo - 21 - Valley Wanderers (SNL)
While selfish to a fault and not the easiest personality to work with, Ji Weibo has laid waste to South Newlandia to the tune of 17 goals in 22 matches. A pure poacher who’s posed an increased long-range threat as of lately, Ji isn’t much of a team player but can arguably lead a line by himself better than the less physical Huang can, and could be a real option off the bench.
#22 - ST/RW - LUO Dan - 25 - Coquitlam United (KSK)
A more mobile forward who can deputize capably on either wing or as an attacking midfielder if Yuezhou are chasing goals, Luo is a dangerous scorer known for his quick-burst runs behind the defense. Can be a little selfish at times.

#34 - GK - ZHAO Yong - 28 - East Railway (ASG)
Not the most athletic of shot-stoppers, but a cool, commanding leader of defenses who can grab anything out of the air.
#24 - LB - LU Lanying (f) - 21 - Rutland Dockside (CDG)
A quick, athletic left-back, Lu is strong when driving forwards and tracking back but could work on her crossing.
#26 - CB - SHI Meilin (f) - 24 - Rutland FC (CDG)
A physical center-back and excellent aerial presence, although she’s relatively raw for her age due to Yuezhou’s lack of a strong female footballing infrastructure.
#27 - CB - LI Jianguo - 21 - FC Einheit Marnau (STL)
Despite his young age, Li is incredible on the ball, at his best in a three-man defense where he can make surging runs and spray accurate long-range passes with either foot. The physicality isn't quite there though, and he's already realized Yuezhou is not the best cultural fit for his style of play.
#28 - RB - LAU Sifong - 26 - Altendalur (RB)
After successfully getting as far away from his hometown as humanly possible during the Civil War, Lau has flourished with Altendalur, combining an excellent sense of positioning with a strong right boot.
#29 - CM - PAN Xilei (f) - 22 - La Querida (FFD)
An intelligent player whose greatest strengths are her workrate and physicality. A recent request for more playing time with Mâ Alâmëómë was rewarded with a loan deal straight to hell.
#30 - CDM/CM - FANG Yuhui (f) - 23 - North Granby (CDG)
Not the most physically imposing, but seemingly endless stamina and excellent positioning mean she shows up almost everywhere on the pitch when needed to make a tackle. Not great offensively.
#31 - CM/LAM - HUANG Gong - 24 - SC Jiangdong
A strong, pacy midfielder at his best driving forwards or picking out progressive passes. Somewhat prone to being dragged out of position due to his lack of discipline, although this weakness hasn’t been exploited in the Yue Super! League
#32 - RAM/RWB - MAO Aiguo - 21 - TSV Marzig (STL)
A quick, tricky winger who moves like the ball's glued to his feet, both because he's an excellent dribbler and because he never passes the ball. Lots of potential if his mindset can be changed, especially now that he’s moved to a Republikaliga side known for its development capabilities.
#33 - SS/CAM - LUO Chuan (f) - 20 - Mursbayley College (ZWZ)
An agile, technically adept attacking midfielder at her best when distributing to others. Tends to get bullied off the ball, though.
#36 - RAM/ST - ZHENG Yuanjun (f) - 22 - Galactica (PAS)
An intelligent, versatile attacker, Zheng is much more skilled as a playmaker than as a scorer, although her ability to find space with her runs has still gotten her a decent scoring record.
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The United Republics of Yuezhou (月州联合共和国)
Leader: Premier Ren Qiang General Chen Guochuan Governor Zheng Zhoulun President Wu Zhongsheng
Capital: Nangang • Population: ~35,000,000

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Postby Silvedania » Wed Apr 21, 2021 9:42 am

OOC: I will be making some changes, but I kinda wanted to be first Snekkily copy and pastes from WC87
EDIT: I was too slow...


World Cup Roster for Silvedania



The Team

Position   Name   Number

G Auguste Connor 112

LB Eliott Roberts 62

RB Timothé Fischer 05

RCB Cinnam Modeur 78

LCB Matthias Bassot 19

RM Adrien Kilburg 07

RCM Michel Laurens 35

LM Vincent Cardomo 39

LCM Isaac Guilbert 41

LW Keith Beaumanoir 02

RW Cinnam Onerj 28


G   Ryan Brown     112

G Ralph Majerus 97

R/LB Victor Sharpe 03

R/RCB Ernest Aioli 134

R/LCB Robert Ruzel 76

L/LCB Mitchell Turmera 128

R/RCM Gregory Charpentier 43

L/LCM Jon Vietens 59

R/LM Izaak Yul 153

L/RCM Mars Elkin 69

LW Thai Hiyu 108

RW Colei Aketon 184

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Caroline Barbier
Assistant Coach: Alfred Myers
Assistant Coach: Gaston Thymi


International Uniform
Home Uniform
Goalkeeper Uniform

Style Mod
-5aka the full defensive!!!!

RP Permissions
My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my goalscorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes
Hand out red cards to my players: No
Godmod other events: Yes

Now, most likely toos:

Most likely to score: Keith Beaumanior
Most likely to assist: Isaac Guilbert
Most likely to intercept: Cinnam Onerj
Most likely to get a yellow card: Isaac Guilbert
Last edited by Silvedania on Wed Apr 21, 2021 9:43 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Postby Valentine Z » Wed Apr 21, 2021 10:06 am

The Valentian International Football Association

The Valentians are back again, that is without a doubt. They had a bit of a shaky start in Baptism of Fire 72, followed by World Cup 85, but they are always the ones to take it in stride and not to get made about it. Some might say that this was easy for them considering there were little to no stakes involved for them - no managers yelling at them, no budget shortages, and many other impossibilities of a football club that is made moot in Valentine Z's world of 2090. The Valentians were here to have fun first and foremost, though they certainly do not mind if a little luck comes their way and they won multiple games. After all, Anastasia recently won the Championship of NSSCRA 10, while Adriana had a great start on the first two Feature Races of WGP2 4. Will the Valentians get the same amount of luck that they were getting before? Will World Cup 88 be something that breaks the mold as a newbie team, or will they fell into mediocrity, or will they average out and leave lukewarm? Only time will tell, alongside the prowess of the Valentians.

Captain/Manager of the Team

Valentijn “De Sierlijke en Vrij Valkyrie General ov Valentine Z” Samantha Maxwell Delta Weston Stijn Angelus Tracey Mitchell Tristian Marnix Basilisk Lewis Hyatt X. Constantine Sein Lin Zaw Naing. Will be controlling a synthetic body to account for the fact that she is 117 meters tall, and she will not be joining the field for the most parts. Watches from the distance, she keeps a cool head for the most parts and ensures that her team simply has all the needs taken care of instead of simply winning over and over again. Though for this time, the Valentians are bringing in more offensive strategies to the table, while still making sure that their defensives are taken care of.

Composition of the Valentian Team – 4-5-1, using this formation

  • #10 - Holly Aurora Lapia Radiant Starlight. Chronologically 88. Physically 25. Technically a Valentian by all measures, belonging to Garden at 6th Mile Road. A little too shy, and would rather spend time in her dimensional garden tending her magical flowers. Made out of "cold lights" - a being made entirely out of light energy, but with FanT elements. Her body temperature measures a constant 40 Kelvins. WARNING: DO NOT touch her anywhere BUT her hands. Recent participant of NSSCRA 10, Holly has recently shown herself to be someone who is no longer shy to people around her.

  • #7 - Clarissa Alanis Star Samantha Harumi. Chronologically 93. Physically 24. A harmonious relationship between an emulated human consciousness with raw CPU/GPU power. Participant of both NSSCRA 8, 9, 10, she hopes to use the best of her abilities to score a few goals, with her being the only attacker and full-on offensive that the team has.

  • #14 - Anastasia Freya Thida Myat Yadana Aye. Chronologically 73 years old, Physically 29 years old. Has quite a terrifyingly quick adoption rate to Modern Earth Sports. Tends to be a bit shy. Participant of NSSCRA 9, and a champion of NSSCRA 10.
  • #42 - Jacob Dalston Sullivan András Krisztián. Chronologically 109. Physically 25. He will not rip and tear his opponents apart, the Valentians can promise that. Has quite a lot of energy on himself, and determined to run and kick until a goal is scored.
  • #76 - Marcus Alan Ariel Baptiste Reynolds. Chronologically 113. Physically 27. Certainly not a pushover despite his calm and collected nature. Has quite an ending amount of stamina on him, being able to run circles around offensives and keep the football on him as much as he can.
  • #25 - Mandy Juliet Colette Diva Bertillon. Chronologically 105. Physically 28. A little bit on the excited side. Has adrenaline levels twice that of a normal person. Tends to get hungry quite a lot, and that includes the middle of a football match.

  • #99 - Augustine Lorenzo Terry Imparato. Chronologically 131. Physically 32. A rather imposing man by all accounts, though he doesn't seem to have that much of that Italian stereotype. A rather nice man, all things considered; just don't insult him and his drink.
  • #23 - Genki Matthieu Grenfeld Lee Zhuān Jiā. Chronologically 116. Physically 33. Was told not to bring martial arts into the field. He is willing to comply, of course, though of circumstances permit, he would not mind bringing a flying kick, or two.
  • #33 - Adrian Dominic Markus Henderson McKenzie. Chronologically 120. Physically 34. Recently promoted to be in the main team after an agreement with Donnie. Certainly feels right at home to be playing football.
  • #15 - Jolyn Maxine Caulfield Helen Ceeta Maximovna. Chronologically 114. Physically 27. A schoolteacher, a spy, and the Vice-President of a good chunk of Valentine Z. Participant of NSSCRA 8 and WGP2, though the latter met an unfortunate end for her. Still determined to make a name for herself with NSSCRA 10, and rising back up in the world of motorsports. All it takes now for her is to be able to see if she can take the heat of football yet again.
  • #31 - Gwen Tracer Allison Fate Eveline Oxton. Chronologically slated to be at least 1 x 104080 years old. Physically 26. If something happens in the Omniverse, she has a hand in it. Doesn’t seem to let smaller things happen on their own. Certainly not a cheater. Participant of NSSCRA 8, 9, 10, though the latter has not been very nice for her with lukewarm and mediocre finishes, without a win. Gwen figured that football might give her the relaxing edge that she need, though her definition of relax involving "competing against tens of professional teams" is definitely unorthodox.


Composition of the Valentian Team (Original) – 4-5-1, using this formation

  • #10 - Holly Aurora Lapia Radiant Starlight. Chronologically 88. Physically 25. Technically a Valentian by all measures, belonging to Garden at 6th Mile Road. A little too shy, and would rather spend time in her dimensional garden tending her magical flowers. Made out of "cold lights" - a being made entirely out of light energy, but with FanT elements. Her body temperature measures a constant 40 Kelvins. WARNING: DO NOT touch her anywhere BUT her hands. Recent participant of NSSCRA 10, Holly has recently shown herself to be someone who is no longer shy to people around her.

  • #7 - Clarissa Alanis Star Samantha Harumi. Chronologically 93. Physically 24. A harmonious relationship between an emulated human consciousness with raw CPU/GPU power. Participant of both NSSCRA 8, 9, 10, she hopes to use the best of her abilities to score a few goals, with her being the only attacker and full-on offensive that the team has.

  • #14 - Anastasia Freya Thida Myat Yadana Aye. Chronologically 73 years old, Physically 29 years old. Has quite a terrifyingly quick adoption rate to Modern Earth Sports. Tends to be a bit shy. Participant of NSSCRA 9, and a champion of NSSCRA 10.
  • #87 - Adriana Krystal Ela Kowalski Lillian. Chronologically 83, Physically 30. Adriana the Polish Robot, as she was commonly known. Certainly both the brains and the brawn, making her a perfect defender for the team. Has some machine-based quirks. Participated in WGP2 Season 4 as of recently, she is also bringing the processing power to the field, but for defensives.
  • #76 - Marcus Alan Ariel Baptiste Reynolds. Chronologically 113. Physically 27. Certainly not a pushover despite his calm and collected nature. Has quite an ending amount of stamina on him, being able to run circles around offensives and keep the football on him as much as he can.
  • #25 - Mandy Juliet Colette Diva Bertillon. Chronologically 105. Physically 28. A little bit on the excited side. Has adrenaline levels twice that of a normal person. Tends to get hungry quite a lot, and that includes the middle of a football match.

  • #99 - Augustine Lorenzo Terry Imparato. Chronologically 131. Physically 32. A rather imposing man by all accounts, though he doesn't seem to have that much of that Italian stereotype. A rather nice man, all things considered; just don't insult him and his drink.
  • #23 - Genki Matthieu Grenfeld Lee Zhuān Jiā. Chronologically 116. Physically 33. Was told not to bring martial arts into the field. He is willing to comply, of course, though of circumstances permit, he would not mind bringing a flying kick, or two.
  • #33 - Adrian Dominic Markus Henderson McKenzie. Chronologically 120. Physically 34. Recently promoted to be in the main team after an agreement with Donnie. Certainly feels right at home to be playing football.
  • #15 - Jolyn Maxine Caulfield Helen Ceeta Maximovna. Chronologically 114. Physically 27. A schoolteacher, a spy, and the Vice-President of a good chunk of Valentine Z. Participant of NSSCRA 8 and WGP2, though the latter met an unfortunate end for her. Still determined to make a name for herself with NSSCRA 10, and rising back up in the world of motorsports. All it takes now for her is to be able to see if she can take the heat of football yet again.
  • #31 - Gwen Tracer Allison Fate Eveline Oxton. Chronologically slated to be at least 1 x 104080 years old. Physically 26. If something happens in the Omniverse, she has a hand in it. Doesn’t seem to let smaller things happen on their own. Certainly not a cheater. Participant of NSSCRA 8, 9, 10, though the latter has not been very nice for her with lukewarm and mediocre finishes, without a win. Gwen figured that football might give her the relaxing edge that she need, though her definition of relax involving "competing against tens of professional teams" is definitely unorthodox.


Technical Team


Technical and Medical:

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Godmod scoring events: Y
RP injuries to my players: TG/DM me first.
Godmod injuries to my players: N
Give red cards to my players: N
Godmod other events: TG/DM me first.

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OOC: You can click on the names to learn about each of the characters. They all have their dedicated lore attached to them.

Visual Credit: Mechyrdia.

Valentine Z to Host its World Cup 88 Debut on Fate Stadium

1st of May, 2092 (Conventional Earth Time)
Year 29, Day 137; 5:36:00 (Decimal Time)

Author: Head Diplomat Charlene Jeannie Natalia Adeline Marceline “Wanbyeoghan Hyeobsang-Ga” Celestie Christine Irelle Dva. Arianna Rees Edith Novena Annie Ciara W. I. Bethany Myong Suh-Hyung

The Valentians always have had stadiums all over their world as decades go by, with the first few stadiums being established in the 2030s as a result of economic and societal stability after the nuclear war has ended the Pre-Valentian Era. Even then, none would have been as large as the aptly named Fate Stadium that was build back in the 2060s, home to many of the domestic sports that were played in Valentine Z - from the commonly known Olympics, to even Mesoamerican Ball Game known as Pitz, dating back to at least -1650 AD. Since then, the Fate Stadium has been subjected to many changes along the way, most in the form of improvements as follows in its first few years since its debut:

2035: The Stadium was first established and revealed to the public.
2037: Completion of the Fate Stadium.
2040: First Valentian Olympics held.
2041: First Pitz game organized and played. Also the very first time the stadium is changed for renovation and for a change of sports.
2050: More seats added.
2055: Addition of the far-viewers for the audience. (More details on this below.)

Fate Stadium is located in Naypyithaw, Burma, territory of Valentine Z.

And now for the World Cup 88 that is happening in 2092 for us, we saw Valentijn proudly walking into the stadium as she basically took out the sports equipment and pieces like a building block, followed by ripping out the fake grass patch and rolling it over in exchange for the fresh new fake lawn, to both conform to the international football standards, as well as to ensure that there are no random portholes from the spikes and other bits that were from the Olympics. Within the next few hours, the stadium was ready and done, with the rest of the Valentians testing out the systems, the chairs, and everything in-between.

Fate Stadium boasts good acoustics, as well as large seats that were meant for Valentians. Fun fact: Discounting the cybernetic enhancements, oversized exoskeletons, Hollywood-style radiation mutations, and the like, the average height of a Valentian is 493.19 cm / 16' 2". In other words, international guests and folks will find it extremely comfortable and no longer will be doing balancing acts on their seats as they try their best to hold onto their props and snacks whilst still cheering for their favorite team.

Each seat is also provided with a 6K screen tablet that we have built to IP69K for some odd reason; I don't know, perhaps we don't like our stuff broken. Anyway, each of these screens were then connected to the array of overhead cameras all over the football field that would, in essence, present a 360-degree view of the field and the players alike. The arrays of camera are also powerful enough to see every single action in impeccable detail, and those who missed the action can rewind up to 30 minutes of playback from their respective screens.

Word of advice is: Please do not steal or smuggle our devices out of the field. If you would like these gadgets, alongside other merchandise, the Fate Stadium also has room for such a thing. We Valentians sell our very own merchandise, and the storeroom has enough space for 40 more booths. There is plenty of purchasing options for everyone, with discounts to boot, with all proceeds going to charities or on improving the public infrastructure of Valentine Z.

For more information on Valentine Z as a form of tourism guide, please visit Clarissa's article right here. A few folks might find the "What to see, and what to do" and the "Rules and Etiquette, and other tips" to be handy.

We hope that you will enjoy your stay here!

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Postby Adab » Wed Apr 21, 2021 11:01 am

Note: In the Adabian timeline, the World Cup qualifiers take place in May 2033, the World Cup proper and Cup of Harmony in June (?). The months are the same as in RL, only the year has been changed. Age is as of April 22, 2033 (same date as RL, different year).

The Adabian National Football Team

Why couldn’t you beat a richer club? I’ve never seen a bag of money score a goal.
-Johan Cruyff

The Islamic Empire of Adab is back at the World Cup. We’ve been gone for far too long.

Adab had shot up in the rankings from 260th to 97th following their inaugural World Cup campaign in World Cup 81, but a severe economic crisis resulted in the country withdrawing from all international cultural and sporting events over the next thirteen years, denying the national team a chance to build on their early success. In a sense, this is an injustice that will never be fully repaired; of the players who made up that squad, most of them did achieve domestic glory, but by the time Adab finally prepared to make its return to international competition, they were – by football standards - growing old and slow. They will have to make way for the younger generation, never again to achieve World Cup glory.

But some of them did return. All the staff did, for a start, led by manager Saad Kaykali, who during the thirteen-year hiatus had built up a real estate company which still seems to be his main focus for now. Kaykali insisted that the Adab Football Association (AFA) grant him a one-match contract, subject to renewal after every match be it friendly or competitive. So far he has renewed his contract after every match. Adab’s outing into the Independent Associations Championship 12 seemed to have revived Kaykali’s love for football, and the rumors have it that he will finally sign a four-year contract following this World Cup, fully recommitting himself to the national team.

As for the squad itself, four veteran players returned from those World Cup 81 days: Mohammed Marramzi, Taymour Frangieh, Ephraim Orlev, and Enlilbani Yargab. Together with Kaykali and the staff, they are expected to provide something of a guiding hand to the newer players, a motley crew of young talent who had been selected in such fashion so as to reflect the country’s ethnic, religious, and gender diversity. They had performed quite well at IAC12; although they went out in the group stage, their attacking play won plaudits and manager Kaykali was even chosen to coach the Team of the Tournament on the Muralos side, alongside Kim Higden of the Picksall Islands. Only time will tell if the good vibes will carry on to World Cup 88. But for now, bring on the football!

The national team's kits, designed by Ahmad Enlil (the first President of the Football Association) in 1907, are currently manufactured by Shining Sun Company, owned by Rahman Ashurbanipal, businessman and grandson of Emperor Tizqar III.

Manager: Saad KAYKALI - Male – born January 20, 1974 (age 59)
Manager Kaykali had to be coaxed to take a leave from his real estate company to once again manage the national team. However he does seem to be enjoying his return, and it is hoped that this will translate to a new, more permanent contract.

Assistant manager: Inimabakesh THULUS - Male – born March 28, 1967 (age 66)
A friend of Kaykali from their playing days at Baghdad City, Inimabakesh Thulus gladly returned once again to assist his friend in managing the team. However the two have grown distant and barely communicated during the thirteen-year hiatus, and who knows what effect this will have on their management of the team.

Assistant manager: Rashid ABBAS - Male – born February 15, 1987 (age 46)
Formerly a star player in the island country of Faraby, now an associated state of Adab, Abbas is determined to do all he can to help the team and prove that he has earned his position by merit, and not merely as a gesture of appeasement from the AFA to its Farabian counterpart.

General coach: Yitzhak BENNETT - Male – born September 20, 1976 (age 56)
Variously described as quiet, active, calm, and attentive, Bennett is very much respected by the players, who admire his work ethic, loyalty to the national team, and willingness to listen to them.

Goalkeeping coach: Faishal AR-RASHID - Male – born August 14, 1978 (age 54)
Regarded, much like Bennett, as a stabilizing influence in the national team, ar-Rashid is particularly close – thanks to his job - to goalkeeper Mohammed Marramzi and is understood to be one of the latter’s few confidants.

Physio: Hamza RIDHA - Male – born January 15, 1983 (age 50)
A longtime friend of both Kaykali and Thulus. Widely respected by fellow staff and players for the understated way by which he performs his job.

GK: 1 – Mohammed MARRAMZI - Male – born March 15, 1999 (age 34) - Baghdad City (C)
The Captain, as he is often called by the other players in the national team, is back at his post. He denies rumors that he is battling personal issues and continues to enjoy the full confidence of manager Kaykali and fellow members of the squad.

CB: 8 – Shania ENMERKAR - Female – born January 20, 2008 (age 25) - Baghdad City
Widely seen as one of the leaders of the “female wave” in Adabian football, observers nevertheless agree that Enmerkar has earned her place in the team by merit, rather than merely by virtue of her gender. The other female players in the squad look up to her as their leader and spokeswoman, and it is she who often goes to Kaykali to communicate the women’s concerns and opinions.

CB: 6 – Yousif ISSOU - Male – born September 27, 2004 (age 28) - Adab United
A reliable defender, what he lacks in star power he makes up for in tenacity, a seemingly endless energy reserve, and impressive performance on the pitch day in and day out.

LB: 3 – Tansu ALTUN - Female – born February 25, 2009 (age 24) - Mosul
Fondly called the "heart of the squad" by her teammates. Kind, polite, smiling, beautiful inside and out, she gets along easily with all the staff and players. Yet her soft exterior hides a hard, relentless, unyielding side to her, which shines through every time she is called to perform on the pitch.

RB: 4 – Taymour FRANGIEH - Male – born February 24, 2001 (age 32) - Adab United
The youngest of the remaining veterans from the World Cup 81 squad, Frangieh looks forward to mentoring the newer players and maintains good relations with them, but his relationship with captain Marramzi reportedly remains troubled as a result of his interreligious romance with Marramzi’s sister years ago.

CM: 2 – Alulim SINMUBALLIT - Male – born September 15, 2013 (age 19) - Adab United
The baby of the squad, and an undoubted prodigy of the game. Sinmuballit desires nothing more than to impress his teammates, and so far he has impressed them greatly.

LM: 5 – Emma ARTHUR - Female – born November 18, 2012 (age 20) - Adab United
A representative of the Anglo-Adabian community, the second-youngest member of the squad, and widely seen as a young prodigy on almost the same level as Sinmuballit. Also a stunning beauty who has been offered supermodel contracts, which has led to concerns that this will distract her too much from her job as a player, although Kaykali has dismissed those concerns.

RM: 7 – Ephraim ORLEV - Male – born April 18, 1999 (age 34) - Mosul
A veteran from World Cup 81, Orlev remains an integral part of the squad who can be relied upon to drive forward the team’s hallmark counterattacks, yet he is reportedly increasingly uncomfortable with what he perceives to be his status as the team’s token Jew, although this has been assuaged somewhat by the arrival of Rebekah Yissakar.

LW: 9 – Jushur AL-KUFA - Male – born August 27, 2003 (age 29) - Damascus Steelers
A star of the Adabian domestic leagues, the 29-year-old al-Kufa is glad that he has finally achieved his dream to play at the World Cup before it's too late. A consistently polite and unassuming man, he is respected by all of his teammates.

CF: 11 – Enlilbani YARGAB - Male – born April 21, 1999 (age 34) - Baghdad City (VC)
The greatest Adabian player of this generation, the backbone of the team, Yargab is not as fast as he used to be, yet remains as explosive a striker as ever. His love for football burns strong still and he is happy to be able to mentor the younger members of the squad, although he is sometimes taken aback by their reverence for him. But most of all he is glad to be back in the World Cup, where he hopes to once again prove his worth in front of the multiverse.

RW: 10 – Rebekah YISSAKAR - Female – born January 20, 2013 (age 21) - Adab United
Brash, funny, happy-go-lucky, all those words have been used to describe Rebekah Yissakar, but do not let her bubbly, excitable personality distract you from the fact that she is one of Adabian football’s rising talents, with a deadly finishing touch that secured her a place at the forefront of the national team. Widely tipped to be the “new Yargab” and his spiritual successor.

Adab City Stadium, the pride and joy of Adabian football, was completed in 1940. Located in the northern part of Adab City, the stadium was able to accommodate 40,000 people at the time of its opening. Renovations in 1978 made it an all-seater stadium and expanded its capacity to 55,350. Later it increased to 75,000 following upgrades in 2009-10 and then 76,500 after another upgrade in 2019. It is currently home to the Adabian national football team and Adab City FC.

The team will use 4-3-2-1, the "Christmas tree" formation, with an emphasis on attacking play and rapid passing from the back four to the front. Player positions are available here. Style mod +2.

(OOC: While I enjoy watching football, I cannot say that I am an expert in football tactics and formation. I apologize in advance if I end up RPing something weird.)

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
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Hand out red cards to my players: No, and I won’t give red cards to your players either
Godmod other events: Yes, just don't injure or kill my players or staff or prevent them from being present in the next match

If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me via TG or Discord!
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Postby Starblaydia » Wed Apr 21, 2021 11:40 am

Starblaydi RP Permissions Box wrote:OOC Information:

The Starblaydia national football team factbook will tell you more about the team, their style, culture, fans, and history than I can ever write in a simple roster post. If you need more background information or just fancy browsing 17 RL/292 IC years of roleplayed football history, that's a fairly decent place to look. Otherwise drop me a message on Discord or, failing that, shoot a TG over.

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(and actively encourage them) To:
Choose my scorers
GodMod Any scoring events
RP injuries to my players
Give Red & Yellow Cards to my players (Within reason; they're not remotely a dirty side overall)
GodMod Other Events for Humorous Intent

1) Starblaydia's style modifier is +2
2) The best starting eleven are numbered 1-11 and are in bold
3) I actively encourage that if you RP first you pick my scorers (if any) and their style of goal. Really, please choose my scorers. So often I read RPs where my opponent writes "Starblaydia scored" and it's so, so much more enjoyable when a name is picked for me.
4) * Denotes female, denotes elf, ^ denotes dwarf.
5) Before each match, in between the national anthems and kick-off, the entire 23-man squad will perform the Raiigar, one of Starblaydia's traditional war-dances.
6) If you're stuck for a player to do a specific thing, some suggestions are at the bottom of the infobox on the right.


Starblaydia and the World Cup: Attempt number 69

Starblaydi All-Time Record:
Played: 1,907
Won: 1,156
Drawn: 338
Lost: 413
Goals For: 4,159
Goals Against: 2,179

Starblaydi All-time Cap Winners:
1. Ázëwyn Fëanáro*, 270
2. Dacil Taniquentar, 263
3. Daeron Avathar, 259
4. Valrauncion, 242
5. Soronúmë, 240
6. Carnophin Narquelie, 134
7= Minheled Earisil, 127
7= Cosmo Leopoldi, 127
9. Brazadar Khurnos^, 126
10. Viola Capodanna*, 122

Starblaydi All-time Scorers:
1. Valrauncion, 116
2. Sutter McCloud, 72
3. Ázëwyn Fëanáro*, 71
4. Lena Kochanska*, 61
5. Jacqueline Maitland*, 59
6. Soronúmë, 57
7= Lubii*, 55
7= Hope Roshanak*, 55
9. Aaron Cole, 54
10. Dasha Tolkacheva*, 52

Demonym: Starblaydi
Trigramme: STB

Key Personnel:
Ázëwyn Fëanáro, Starblaydia's Elven
Manager and record appearance maker,
leads Starblaydia for a 21st successive
major tournament.

Most likely to (in order):
(Suggestions only, if you're stuck for a
name to go with a particular incident)

Score goals:
Damocles, Roshanak, Maddison
Take a penalty:
Damocles, Maddison, Sargent
Defend well:
Hoyt, Shepherd, Lee
Create a moment of magic:
Maddison, Galdarhim, Shepherd
Change the game as a sub:
Cellaeron, Al Qubaisi,
Receive a card:
Bernini, Lee, Sargent

Five-time World, seven-time Regional, two-time Under-21, one-time Under-18 and one-time Olympic Men's Football champions Starblaydia will line up for their 69th entry into competition for the most sought-after trophy in the multiverse, still aiming for the record, unprecedented, sixth championship.

To achieve this, manager Ázëwyn Fëanáro has been working since the 78th World Cup to mix a core team of tried and trusted individuals with the best of the youth squads she has been bringing through since taking command of the entire national team setup, plus the SFA has completed a brand new national elite training and performance centre to further harness elite sporting prowess.

Starblaydia have appeared in a World (WC 83), Regional (AOCAF 61), Under-21 (DBC 48) and two Under-18 Finals (7th & 8th U18WC) in their recent history - winning the U18 and AOCAF Cups - and the decision to work from the ground up appears to be paying off. Momentum for deep knock-out runs seems to be on Fëanáro's side at the moment, and Starblaydia are still a side that every team in the competition will need to respect.

The full makeup of the team is as follows:


AF. Ázëwyn Fëanáro*, Manager, 4,081 - Image
44th & 47th World Cup Winner, World Cup Hall of Famer, 61st AOCAF Cup Winning Manager

270 Caps, 71 Goals (Uncapped at youth level)
Fëanáro scored the winner in the 47th World Cup Final against Valanora, denying them a title on their own turf and lifting Starblaydia to the mantle of all-time greatest team. Known for her excellent attacking play, range of passing and great eye for goal that lifts her to second in the all-time goalscorers list too, by virtue of a nearly 1-in-4 ratio, Ázëwyn Fëanáro is a symbol of grace, power and beauty from Starblaydia's golden age, some forty tournaments ago when the Cup was in its 40s. It is these qualities that the SFA managed to recapture with Fëanáro at the helm, bringing her trademark poise and piercing yell to the touchlines after more than a decade of national failures. She's taken her team to the World Cup Final and AOCAF glory, but can she increase Starblaydia's lead as the team with the most major titles in the world?

AC. Aaron Cole, Coach, 52 - Image
90 Caps, 54 Goals (7 Caps, 4 Goals at youth level)
The first person to break into the Starblaydi all-time top ten goalscorers in literally generations, Cole had the dubious honour of being the man to finally knock Simeone Di Bradini out of that same list. His excellent footballing brain, aggression levels, tactical nous and all-round Audioslavian/Brenecian level of shithousery made him a uniquely successful striker in a nation more used to smooth flying strikers and hulking target men. These are the qualities he brings to the national team on a much grander scale, giving them a level of needle to their play hitherto unknown for the team in white and purple, proving his style's effectiveness with a win over Audioslavia in the AOCAF Cup Final where they 'out-Bulls'd the Bulls'. The squad selection this time has somewhat fewer spoilers and destroyers than that squad, but this team is developing a character that can dig deep and do the dirty work when required.

AO. Amari Ollarion*, Coach, 52 - Image
46 Caps, 0 Goals (3 Caps, 0 Goals at youth level)
The best female Starblaydi goalkeeper since Paola Mendez, Ollarion has been managing her beloved Corinthian Spirits side for five years now, and other than Fëanáro is the most high-profile female coach in the Starblaydi game. Ollarion made her name as coach for the Starblaydi Women's Olympic team and did the no mean feat of taking them to the Quarter-Finals, continuing her journey on the senior national level.


1. Ruby Narvaez*, GK, 26 - Image Iskara Daii
43 Caps, 0 Goals (9 Caps, 0 Goals at youth level)
Thrust into goal for the Olympic Women's team at the tender age of 17 and personally coached by Amari Ollarion, young Ruby Narvaez seemingly snuck into the reserve goalkeeper position, when in fact she was just given the ultimate preparation to take the starting spot. It wasn't expected, however, that the 22 year old would take the reigns the very next tournament, and keep it for World Cup 88.

12. Fernando Armida, GK, 22 - Image Ituraitz FC
1 Cap, 0 Goals (9 Caps, 0 Goals at youth level)
The 12th Under-18 World Cup was, frankly 'not good', but better Starblaydi goalkeepers have rebounded from worse tournaments, and young Armida was not the sole culprit for that side's below-expectations performance. He's unlikely to see much game time this tournament outside of the qualifiers, but having a a young goalie along for the ride to prepare them better for the future is a tried and tested SFA tradition that appears to have worked pretty well so far.

19. Damion Stanford, GK, 26 - Image Shorterville AC
Uncapped, (2 Caps, 0 Goals at youth level)
With just two youth caps to his name, and already twenty-six, you'd expect those sorts of international statistics to kill most players' chances of representing their country. When you're a goalkeeper and have had to come in the wake of Cosmo Leopoldi, and the middle of the rise of Ruby Narvaez, however, the stats aren't all that bad. Standford's time at Shorterville has shown he certainly has the potential to get between the posts and do a decent job if required.


2. Andvar Galdarhim^, C/RB, 28 - Image Karak Ungor Chiefs
68 Caps, 6 Goals (15 Caps, 2 Goals at youth level)
He's the first Dwarf to play for Starblaydia since Dorn Garkadrum won his 66 caps for the side, and Galdarhim is most comfortable at right-back, where his boundless energy and pace over short distances is key to his defensive ability. Not always the finest in the tackle, thanks to his short, thick legs, he is however great at intercepting, harrying and pressing the opposition into making mistakes. Often pops up by the side of the opposing penalty area more than his own, Galdarhim is the definition of a shuttle runner, up and down the right flank all game long with excellent speed and stamina. It's all these qualities that have seen him earn a spot at one of the most famous club sides in history.

3. Claire Stephenson*, LB/LWB, 28 - Image Jhanna City
29 Caps, 0 Goals (13 Caps, 0 Goals at youth level)
Overlapping full backs have become a staple of Fëanáro's sides over recent years, and the attacking versatility of Stephenson has seen her get the nod. JCFC's left sided shuttle runner seems to have boundless energy, and although she's better at going forward than defensively, her understanding with Galdarhim over who pushes up and who drops back has been increasing with every game the pair play together.

5. April Hoyt*, CB, 29 - Image Guerilla Cathair
56 Caps, 3 Goals (15 Caps, 2 Goals at youth level)
Intelligent positional play and a keen presence in set pieces at both ends, Hoyt staked her claim to the Number 5 shirt in previous tournaments and has now been placed at the heart of the Starblaydi defence and earned herself a transfer across the water to one of the sixty-four Cathair sides. The Jhanna native and former JUFC star is one of a number of players who have been given the biggest responsibilities, but many pundits are marking her out as Starblaydia's future top defender.

6. Vincenzo Bernini, CB, 30 - Image AC Mariina
28 Caps, 0 Goals (12 Caps, 0 Goals at youth level)
One of the tallest players ever to wear the shirt, Bernini was the lynchpin of the Vics, earning a move and a significant pay boost to play in Mriin for AC Mariina. Powerful and great in the air, his long limbs are a terror for any player who faces him as he can pluck the ball from seemingly impossible distances. Sure, he turns like an oil tanker, but there's something that pure height and strength makes up for, dominating any set piece situation and being tough to get physical with.

13. Wilbur Grovesnor, C/LB, 25 - Image Tabeck FC
Uncapped (5 Caps, 0 Goals at youth level)
One of many Starblaydi players in this squad with hardly any caps despite being in their mid-20s, Grovesnor has suffered from Lucius Wolffe's longevity in the left-back spot, and has now seen Stephenson's offensive capabilities surge past him in the pecking order. Naturally much more defensive due to his tackling and ability to read the game, he's a solid option to lock down opposing wingers and forwards, rather than force them deeper to defend.

14. Dalton Aldridge, CB, 27 - Image Tikariot City FC
10 Caps, 0 Goals, (5 Caps, 0 Goals at youth level)
Aldridge has been on the periphery of the first team for quite a while now, with appearances in World Cup 87's Qualifiers and some time in regional games. He's been the leading Starblaydi player in Tikariot for a while, but now he's the leader of a gang of four in the national team setup, all trying to break in to the starting XI at the earliest opportunity.

20. Jean-Carlo Fiske, CB, 23 - Image Ancarea FC
Uncapped (2 Caps, 0 Goals at youth level)
The second of the four Tikariotian-based players in this squad, Fiske is a versatile defender who has only recently nailed down Centre Back as is specialised position. At just 23 and with bags of potential, he's definitely aiming for a starting spot in the next few tournaments, assuming he can break past Hoyt and Bernini.


4. Friederika Lee*, C/LM, 25 - Image Alexandria City
10 Caps, 2 Goals (6 Caps, 0 Goals at youth level)
Only the second Starblaydi ever to play in Xanneria, and the first to make it into the national team, Lee is a versatile left-sided midfielder, a player with a great engine who can go box-to-box for 95 minutes.

7. Hayden Shepherd,C/DM, 32 - Image Union Cathair
59 Caps, 7 Goals (15 Caps, 1 Goal at youth level)
Hayden Shepherd is a terroriser, a harasser and a presser. He is the shadow that the forward-thinking players have to contend with and attempt to get away from. Seemingly with endless energy and drive to disrupt the opposition and win the ball back, he's not a player you find in the scoring charts, or even in the opposing penalty area. He's got one job, which is to get the ball back, or force the other team into making a mistake. When he does find himself with the ball, he'll often play the simple pass to one of his more skillful teammates, so don't expect anything truly exciting to go through him. Do expect, however, him to be continually getting in the face of players and officials when the whistle blows.

8. Jewel Maddison*, Captain, C/AM, 30 - Image X Island Marauders
76 Caps, 28 Goals (12 Caps, 5 Goals at youth level)
The X Island midfielder didn't make the starting lineup of the AOCAF 61 final, but when she did come on, she scored Starblaydia's opening goal in the 2-1 win. Now 30, she's both captain, and the main the central midfielder with all the energy and skills to get forward and ghost into the box when least expected, being the body that provides the overload and first to any loose ball with a stinging shot. There's certainly an argument that Maddison is one of the best players in her position in the world, mentioned on a Galacticos long list of the best 32 midfielders.

11. Andreas Sargent, R/LM, 28 - Image FK Metropola Borotrad
20 Caps, 2 Goals (15 Caps, 1 Goals at youth level)
There are two types of qualities that Fëanáro looks for when including players in her squad. The first is the ability to change a game, provide a new challenge for the opposition and set Starblaydia on a different path to victory. The second is a steadfast reliability, versatility and solidity that will ensure no gambling with the game plan or the strategy, and Andreas Sargent definitely represents the latter type of player. Consistent without being brilliant, reliable without being the star, and hardworking to a fault.

15. Quentin Brackenridge, DM, 26 - Image Tabeck Cefn Druids
19 Caps, 1 Goals (10 Caps, 0 Goals at youth level)
Solid, dependable and a breaker of midfields, Brackenridge patrols the halfway line and barely gets into the opposing half, but when he's that good at stealing and intercepting the ball, then playing the deceptively simple pass to a free teammate, he's worth as much in attack as he is in defence.

16. Terry Stamper, RM, 23 - Image Avanaroch White Wings FC
Uncapped (7 Caps, 0 Goals at youth level)
Looking to make his first international appearances at senior level during this tournament, Stamper is an intelligent wide player but his left leg is primarily for standing on. That doesn't matter all that much, however, with excellent dead ball deliveries and an excellent passing and crossing ability.

21. Helena Herrera*, CM, 24 - Image Ókumo Ferofo (Tioguldós)
Uncapped (9 Caps, 1 Goal at youth level)
Herrera is an all-action midfielder with an old-fashioned box-to-box engine, tough tackling and powerful shooting. A little bit more care in some tackles would be advisable at international level to keep the referee's involvment in her life to a minimum, but she's a frenetic ball of energy wherever she plays, driving the team forward with her workrate and popping up all over the middle third.


9. Sam Roshanak, SC/LW, 25 - Image Rülândéá Kôstä
24 Caps, 10 Goals (7 Caps, 2 Goals at youth level)
Sam Roshanak's intrepid adventure to Farfadillis has certainly been rewarded with game time and he's shown he can take the chances he's given. Not only a good all-round striker, but he can play out wide on the left and terrorise defences from post to corner flag. The prospect of him rampaging in the half space has seen him get the nod over the more experienced Jetvanna, and this time he has the shirt number made so famous by his older sister. Who knows quite how far he could go?

10. Lucian Damocles, SC, 26 - Image Shamrock Cathair
52 Caps, 27 Goals (11 Caps, 6 Goals at youth level)
Lucian Damocles has thrust himself into the limelight as Starblaydia best striker, claiming the fabled #10 shirt. Largely left-footed, his cut inside from the right flank is a nightmare for many a defender, but he has strength to go with the speed and an eye for goal at practically any distance. Never afraid to pull the trigger, or ride a challenge an extra step longer than most players to find the scoring opportunity, Damocles' lethality is only match by his tenacity.

17. Omar Al Qubaisi, SC/AM, 28 - Image Yaton FC
49 Caps, 16 Goals (17 Caps, 4 Goals at youth level)
An exceptionally hard worker, who often appears more in the assist and Key Contribution columns than the goalscoring charts, Al Qubaisi has really begun to make himself available in a position that fits within the style that Fëanáro has developing across the entire national team setup, thanks to developing in the Taeshani league system over the last few years. Omar tends to play as a false nine through the middle than an out-and-out striker, but his size and strength also gives him qualities as a target man to bring wingers into play.

18. Layla Cellaeron*, SC, 24 - Image Articala Inlet
14 Caps, 8 Goals (10 Caps, 3 Goals at youth level)
Cellaeron has great pace and an eye for goal, offering a pair of fresh legs and youthful exuberance that might just be the key to unlocking some defences. Her scoring rate for when she has appeared for the senior side is second to none, so when there's a final roll of the dice and a desperate game-changer required, it just might be Cellaeron.

22. Betanni Jetvanna*, SC, 32 - Image Kitara AA
81 Caps, 33 Goals (17 Caps, 12 Goals at youth level)
With her time in Banija netting her a league win and a Champions' League win, Jetvanna's greatest asset has always beens her pace, and with a solid international goalscoring record. Jetvanna's experience and goalscoring threat will be enough to see her get some game time at least, and her usual strategy of popping up all over the pitch and constant tracking back is a part of a powerful rotational option.

23. Victor Reinaldo, SC/CF, 23 - Image Vilharady Owls FC
Uncapped (7 Caps, 1 Goal at youth level)
The most attacking player in the Starblaydi 'gang of Four' in the Tikariotian league, Reinaldo is a centre forward who can hold up the ball with his back to goal, play his passes simply or cleverly, and bring other onrushing forwards into the game. His movement is spot-on, too, and he has the size to be able to hold off the most robust of challenges. Not only is Reinaldo one to watch, he's also a perfect option for Damocles up front when Fëanáro needs to change things up.

(4-2-3-1), +2 Style Modifier
It's a switch from a 4-3-3 to a 4-2-3-1, with a double pivot, expected to bring a subtle difference to Starblaydia's play with more defensive solidity and create more space higher up the field, at the expense of some possession, to bring a focus on fast attacks and counter-attacks.


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ediraf once again innovated beyond all competitors with the Generation Five series of football kits, with this version first debuted at the 82nd World Cup Finals.

Generation Five-B blends a number of Starblaydia's iconic kits from across more than a quarter of a millennium, including the return of side panels and a number on the front, while mixing in new design elements such as the subtle stripes of the away kit. Both proudly sport the five gold stars - representing their record-setting five World Championships at senior level - above the Starblaydi Football Association logo. Starblaydi players will also all be wearing rainbow laces, as a symbol of diversity and inclusion.

ediraf's market-leading technology includes:

Optiyarn technology increases both supporting structure and dynamic stretch ability according to the wearer's requirements, isolating body parts and muscle groups for maximum integrity of material and complete comfort of fit. Toughened against all climates that come into contact with the exterior, yet gentle and smooth on the inside, Optiyarn fits better and aligns more comfortably to a player's body than ever before.

Aerodynamix design improves airflow over the material in a natural, ergonomic pattern, because even microseconds can be the different between victory and defeat on the grandest stages of sporting endeavour. Limbs and torso move more swiftly through the air, cutting through to achieve acceleration and top speeds hitherto unknown in previous incarnations.

Transpacool Three
Transpacool Three improves and evolves on the breathability features of previous ediraf CoolClimate creations, dispersing sweat into the atmosphere faster than ever before, siphoning cooling air in with more efficiency than any kit the company has produced previously. A Generation Five kit provides a greater enabler to a player's natural talent than at any point in history whilst keeping them at the optimum performance temperature.


The site of the 80th World Cup Final, all of Starblaydia's home matches will take place in the 196,754-seater Stadii Di Bradini, close to the popular tourist destination of Downtown Jhanna, Starblaydia's capital city. Boasting extensive transport links, hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs and entertainment, the Downtown area is the perfect place for a nearly quarter of a million fans to disperse into every evening after a match. It also has a direct route to JAX, Starblaydia's main internal airport and a major air travel hub of Atlantian Oceania.

The stadium is named after Starblaydia's most legendary former player, Jhanna-born striker Simeone Di Bradini: the former World Cup Committee President, World Cup Hall of Famer, and four-time World Cup Winner (all with The Holy Empire as player/manager), for whom the Di Bradini Cup, the world's premier Under-21 tournament, is also named. It is a gargantuan stadium notable for environmentally friendly 'eco-stadium' features built-in since before ground was first broken on the site. Designed and constructed using as many recyclable materials and installed with technology that reduce its carbon footprint and lowers its energy needs, the exterior features a huge array of photovoltaic solar panels on the roof. It was the centerpiece of the 'Green Starblaydia' project many years ago and remains one of the world's iconic stadiums.
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Postby Third ZSeparatists » Wed Apr 21, 2021 11:41 am

Team: ZSeparatists (Canon 2, for reference check this)
Nickname: Red Devils
Formation: 2-3-5
Style: +5
Players:(Substitutes in Red)
Keeper #12 Zadanpa Zaloka
Keeper #23 Zandalok Zambaka (Substitute)
Fullback #4 Banazdba Goladkm
Fullback #5 Lasajkl Zanaka
Fullback #2 Lababar Sakmdn (Substitute)
Fullback #3 Mandkl Olamda (Substitute)
Left Midfielder #6 Ludnslay Ckam
Center Midfielder #8 Jovan Metzger
Right Midfielder #16 Igor Zadama
Right Midfielder #14 Merko Oneal (Substitute)
Left Midfielder #15 Cljasdk Manamas (Substitute)
Right Midfielder #17 Randus Salakz (Substitute)
Right Midfielder #18 Danica Kodas (Substitute)
Left Forward #24 Zimbolia Opakla
Center Forward #22 Makut Timbuc
Center Forward #10 Dimitrije Gaston
Center Forward #21 Lamba Olkalia
Right Forward #9 Zora Tipton
Left Forward #19 Alanda Rakaldian (Substitute)
Center Forward #11 Igor Adam (Substitute)
Center Forward #7 Lazar Stiles (Substitute)
Right Forward #13 Danica Oliver (Substitute)


Talc Zilš

ZSeparatists goes all-out attack, which should be self-explanatory. Expect many shots, some shots on goal, low pass accuracy, and less than 40% possession.

Border Camp, Border City, ZSeparatists (outdoor stadium with grass) [Seats/Max Attendance: 0]

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my goalscorers: (Yes)/No
Choose my scoring events: (Yes)/No
Godmod scoring events: Yes/(No)
RP injuries to my players: (Yes)/No (Up to 3 per game [1 without permission], no life or career ending injuries though.)
Godmod injuries to my players: Yes/(No)
Hand out yellow cards to my players: (Yes)/No
Hand out red cards to my players: (Yes)/No (Up to 1 per game.)
Godmod other events: Yes/(No)

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Postby Tikariot » Wed Apr 21, 2021 11:51 am


Within two World Cup cycles Tikariot has managed to elevate itself into the upper echelons of football. After narrowly missing out for World Cup 86, having been in contention for a playoff spot until the very last day of qualification, where they went into what basically was a playoff in itself against TJUN-ia as a win would have meant Tikariot qualifying for the final playoffs, their World Cup 87 campaign seemed doomed from the beginning, having been drawn into one group with Vilita, Newmanistan, Tequilo and Zeta Reka and Hugeltaldom, but they qualified for the playoff stage, only one point behind favourites and group winners Vilita, where they beat Huayramarca to qualify for a World Cup for the first time in their history. Here they managed to remain unbeaten during the group stage, qualifying for the Round of 16 as group winners ahead of ultimate World Cup winners Nephara, where they ultimately lost against Farfadillis, but they definitely left a lasting impression during this run with their very offense minded football!

The fans of the Snowy Owls also deserve particular mentioning. Not only are they renowned for their chants, but they are also bringing the Thunder Clap (Click here for example) to the stadium, something that the players join in as a pre-game ritual that has left an impression on the opponents and opposing fans more than once (OOC: similar to the Haka of the New Zealand All Blacks). The players will form a triangle near the kick off circle and lift their arms, which the fans do as well. Then a long drum will start to signal the rhythm and both players and fans alike will move in unison, each clap accompanied with a loud cry, the claps (and cries) speeding up, creating an overwhelming sense of impending doom.

Stuart Ekstrom - 48 Image
Not least due to the surprise run in World Cup 87, Stuart Ekstrom is very high in popularity polls both among fans and federation officials. A wily tactician that prefers an offensive game, but with the ability to fluidly switch systems by pulling back the wingers to give a sudden defensive man advantage. He is a proponent of the offense-heavy 4-3-3 and the World Cup 88 campaign will be a direct continuation. Nominating a good mixture between veterans and new blood, he is positive that the Snowy Owls will be very competitive again!


G Brian Merson - 28 - Kitara AA (BNJ) - 24 caps, 0 goals, 0 assists
Coming off an absolutely stellar season, winning the IFCF Champions' League with Kitara AA, Merson has once more captured the starting spot in the Tikariotian national team. He is a very complete keeper with few weaknesses and since his move to Banija also has progressed into a bit of a sweeper keeper role, being an active part in gameplay.
LB Jean-Aniel Sirois - 25 - Tikariot City FC - 9 caps, 0 goals, 1 assist
One of the shooting stars this season, Sirois has immediately found his spot in Tikariot City's backline. Relatively short in stature, he has tremendous speed and a great eye for the game, allowing him to both intercept incoming opponents and also initiate counter attacks with remarkable fluidity.
CB Salman Faizullah - 20 - Port Tacassam FC - 7 caps, 2 goals, 0 assists
Together with James Coronello, Faizullah was instrumental in Port Tacassam's status as best defense in the league. A tremendous force in the aerial play he is the kind of no-nonsense centre back that oppoents will be thinking twice about approaching.
CB James Coronello - 30 - Algolia (SRS) - 83 caps, 4 goals, 4 assists
While not the tallest central defender, Coronello has been the epitome for consistency when it comes to performance, more than making up for his lack in physical stature it with speed and an uncanny ability to time tackles perfectly, unnerving his opponents. His move to the Squornshelan Remnant States also proves the international appreciation his play has received
RB Anil Al Hak - 27 - Port Tacassam FC - 48 caps, 3 goals, 5 assists
Very solid right back that does not get rattled easily. Strong defensively he does not go forward much, but has a great eye to read the game and his passes out the back are renowned throughout the TPL, gaining him more assists than a lot of more offensive wing backs. Through outstanding performances in both club and national team he has firmly clinched this starting spot.
LM Sakari Vainionpää - 20 - Anhedron Wanderers FC - 12 caps, 1 goal, 0 assists
Benefitting from Nicholas van Haar having a bit of an off-year, Anhedron's Vainionpää has taken the opportunity to break into the line-up, leading his team close to the IFCF spots so far. Equally at home in central and left midfield, he has really grown into a leading role with a great eye for teammates and also having honed his shot into a force to be reckoned with.
CM Rory McNair - 30 - Tihon (CMT) - 74 caps, 20 goals, 16 assists
Having moved within Chromatika in the off season, Rory McNair is still the lynchpin of Tikariot's midfield, as the epitome of physical play. Uncompromising, physical with a knack for monstrous tackles, McNair is there to disrupt, to destroy, but when he captures the ball, he also has the talent to distribute it, short or long, being instrumental in switching from defense to offense. He also has a cannon of a shot that has made some opposing players reconsider their spot in the wall during freekicks.
RM Giovanni Vacarese - 24 - Pyathora Mariners FC - 24 caps, 6 goals, 5 assists
The shining star in a mostly dysfunctional Pyathora team this season, Vacarese has turned into one of the biggest goal-scoring threats from midfield. He has the technique to put his team mates into scoring position, but also has a lethal shot that he likes to unleash on unsuspecting defenses.
LW Morris Nighthorse - 20 - Baraldhur AFC - 70 caps, 35 goals, 27 assists
After clinching the TPL's Player of the Year award for two years running at only 20 years old, Nighthorse has overcome another injury early in the season and seems on track for a third great season in a row. He is still considered one of the hottest prospects in world football today. He is one of the fastest players in the TPL, making him a nightmare for opposing defenders. He is not the most physical player, but his sheer speed allows him to avoid tackles easily and he will shoot from any position possible.
CF Jesson Morrison - 20 - Anhedron Wanderers FC - 20 caps, 8 goals, 1 assist
After a slump-season, the M&Ms are back. Jesson Morrison and Franklin Mosnyk have been tearing up the league once more, being key to Anhedron's formidable season so far. A tall and lanky striker, Morrison has a very strong aerial play, but also is no slouch when it comes to his feet. While not a filigree player, he can get around opponents on the ground as well.
RW Franklin Mosnyk - 28 - Anhedron Wanderers FC - 28 caps, 9 goals, 5 assists
The almost perfect complement to Morrison's aerial strength, Mosnyk is short and quick and has an irresistible gravitation towards the goal. He can be somewhat wasteful with scoring chances sometimes, but that is because he usually tries to go for the most direct way possible to score. That being said, he still wracks up a fair amount of assists as well, even if it is sometimes from shots gone awry.

GK Colt Skirving - 19 - Avanaroch White Wings FC - 10 caps, 0 goals, assists
GK Matthias Prediger - 18 - Eivora Athletic FC - 8 caps, 0 goals, 0 assists
LB Keith Farnham - 27 - Eivora Athletic FC - 20 caps, 0 goals, 3 assists
LB Fraser Chitwick - 20 - Miruan City FC - 17 caps, 0 goals, 0 assists
CB Walter Thomas - 20 - Anhedron Wanderers FC - 41 caps, 0 goals, 5 assists
CB Stian Farnsrud - 20 - Miruan City FC - 10 caps, 0 goals, 0 assists
CB Blade Person - 20 - Veriasod Lakers FC - 19 caps, 0 goals, 1 assist
CB Eren Knox - 33 - Kingston FC (QUE) - 44 caps, 3 goals, 4 assists
RB Vincent Liniack - 30 - Veriasod Lakers FC - 43 caps, 1 goal, 5 assists
RB Clement McIlroy - 21 - Baraldhur AFC - 21 caps, 0 goals, 0 assists
LM Parris Langley - 23 - Anhedron Wanderers FC - 11 caps, 0 goals, 1 assist
LM Jean-Jacques Vaniere - 20 - Nagoush FC - 8 caps, 2 goals, 1 assist
CM Celyn Monaghan - 27 - Oriannor Mountaineers FC - 18 caps, 3 goals, 2 assists
CM Rylan Abbott - 27 - Guillarim Blades FC - 9 caps, 1 goal, 2 assists
RM Callum Usher - 26 - Kyethas Rivermen FC - 13 caps, 1 goal, 2 assists
RM Maxwell Lambert - 20 - Bul Khungur Miners FC - 9 caps, 0 goals, 0 assists
W Graydon Sheffield - 26 - Pyathora Mariners FC - 45 caps, 15 goals, 7 assists
W Xasthur Fredriksson - 26 - Oriannor Mountaineers FC - 24 caps, 5 goals, 5 assists
W Damian Weaver - 20 - Stade-Ferre Trinité (SVG) - 12 caps, 1 goal, 0 assists
W Sebastiano Monteverdi - 18 - Meriador FC FC - 7 caps, 2 goals, 3 assists
CF Jardel Connolly - 26 - Port Rhovanyon AFC - 47 caps, 16 goals, 18 assists
CF Ashton Tomlinson - 32 - Guillarim Blades FC - 14 caps, 5 goals, 4 assists


Left Corner Taker				Jean-Jacques Vaniere, Sakari Vainionpää, Celyn Monaghan
Right Corner Taker Jean-Jacques Vaniere, Celyn Monaghan, Parris Langley
Penalties Rory McNair, Morris Nighthorse, Celyn Monaghan
Direct FK Taker Rory McNair, Giovanni Vacarese, Callum Usher
Indirect FK Taker Sakari Vainionpää, Jean-Jacques Vaniere, Anil Al Hak
Most likely to attempt header Jesson Morrison, Jardel Connolly, James Coronello
Most likely to foul/be booked James Coronello, Rory McNair, Blade Person
Most likely to shut down an opposing attack Rory McNair, Eren Knox, Rylan Abbott
Most likely to shoot Franklin Mosnyk, Morris Nighthorse, Sebastiano Monteverdi
Most likely to score from close-range Jesson Morrison, Xasthur Fredriksson, Ashton Tomlinson
Most likely to score from long-range Rory McNair, Giovanni Vacarese, Maxwell Lambert
Most likely to be fouled Morris Nighthorse, Sebastiano Monteverdi, Damian Weaver
Most likely to attempt the spectacular Morris Nighthorse, Sakari Vainionpää, Sebastiano Monteverdi
Most likely to be sent off Eren Knox, Blade Person, Xasthur Fredriksson
Most likely to come through in the clutch Rory McNair, Jardel Connolly, James Coronello

Home Jersey:

Away Jersey:

MD 1 > Gouvanarch - Tikariot
MD 2 > Darmen - Tikariot
MD 3 > Tikariot - Lorrana @ Mountain Fortress, Oriannor (54,000)
MD 4 > Pratapgadh - Tikariot
MD 5 > Tikariot - Kohnhead @ Creighton Park, Baraldhur (61,000)
MD 6 > Starblaydia - Tikariot
MD 7 > Tikariot - Qzvarkian Qaz @ Temple of the Crow, Bul Khungur (26,000)
MD 8 > Garifunya - Tikariot
MD 9 > Tikariot - Wight @ Curse of the Black Pearl, Port Rhovanyon (42,000)
MD 10 > Tikariot - Gouvanarch @ Blackthorne Park, Thorncliff, Saburnia (59,000)
MD 11 > Tikariot - Darmen @ Oceanview Stadium, Port Rhovanyon (63,000)
MD 12 > Lorrana - Tikariot
MD 13 > Tikariot - Pratapgadh @ Jewel of the Coast, Carathyr (72,000)
MD 14 > Kohnhead - Tikariot
MD 15 > Tikariot - Starblaydia @ Dhaencunor Arena, Tikariot City (84,000)
MD 16 > Qzvarkian Qaz - Tikariot
MD 17 > Tikariot - Garifunya @ Paladon Park, Avanaroch (78,000)
MD 18 > Wight - Tikariot


My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my goalscorers: Yes-ish (TG me and I can give you the names, but we'll figure this out one way or another)
Godmod scoring events: No
RP injuries to my players: Yes (just please be reasonable)
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes (again please be reasonable)
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes (same deal)
Godmod other events: Maybe? (Please TG in this case)
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Football (27th): Ro16 (and group winner) WC87 | Winner - IFC 1 | Quarter final - BoF 73 | 3rd in group WCQ86
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Postby Gouvanarch » Wed Apr 21, 2021 12:31 pm


Kevredigezh Gouvanarchais de Mell-Droad
Gouvanarch Football Federation

After decades of international dormancy the Kevredigezh Gouvanarchais de Mell-Droad has decided to bring Gouvanarchais football to the international stage. Football is the by far and wide biggest sport in Gouvanarch, yet there is no benchmark as to its strength. This is about to change. Tactically Gouvanarch is fairly conservative, sticking to a solid 4-4-2, but they are trying to learn from this tournament to potentially gain more tactical flexibility. They managed to get past the group stages of both Wonder Cup and Baptism of Fire, but both times failed to advance in the knock-out stages, but their performances in both tournaments have been taken note of by the international footballing community, which was continued on in the qualification stages of World Cup 87, where Gouvanarch finished a respectable 6th in the group.

Cadhoiarn de Rely - 48
Cadhoiarn de Rely interned at the academy of Tikariotian powerhouse Oriannor Mountaineers and has gained valuable insight into the inner workings of a strong team, trying to emulate this for the national team as well. While playing a 4-4-2 formation, he puts great emphasis on pressing the opponent, trying to force them into making mistakes in their own half, so far with varying success.

G Eudon Rocque - 22 - The Wolves Club (MUR) - 11 caps, 0 goals, 0 assists
Rocque is showing great potential, but still suffers from inexperience in most areas of his play. He possesses excellent reflexes and is using his height very well for high balls, but he still is insecure when coming out of the goal and sometimes still mistimes his jumps.
LB Judoc Tanet - 29 - AS Plourafel - 15 caps, 0 goals, 3 assists
One of the older players in the squad, Tanet is the calm rock in the Gouvanarchais defense. He does not play flashy and also does not contribute a whole lot to the offense, but he is extremely dependable against oncoming attackers and also does not lose his calm under pressure.
CB Alanig Quiviger - 24 - Morannon Athletic FC (TKT) - 14 caps, 0 goals, 1 assist
Quiviger has been likened to a terrier, following his opponents wherever they go and not letting go. While unnerving his opponent(s) and often preventing them from getting to the ball to begin with, he also concedes too many free kicks close to his own team's box and the coaches hope that some additional international experience will help him become calmer. His physical presence, however, already is impressive.
CB Guimand de la Verdure - 19 - Parakleion Firebirds FC (TKT) - 13 caps, 0 goals, 3 assists
A very modern defender, de la Verdure possesses surprising technique for a centre back, but he is capable of winning the ball and then immediately initiating the counter attack with great long passes into the other half, capable of seeking out offensive midfielders and strikers alike. He is quick, but is lacking aerial play, which requires him to have a strong, tall defender to complement.
RB Domard Prudhomme - 33 - Virtus Redoccio (SOR) - 14 caps, 0 goals, 1 assist
The oldest player in the starting lineup, Prudhomme is maybe the weakest point in the Gouvanarchais team, lacking speed and offensive contribution, even though he is a dogged contender in any challenge. The defensive right side is a problem area and some experts call Prudhomme the "least likely to commit a fatal mistake".
LM Jagu de Vandes - 20 - Nottingham County United (MUR) - 15 caps, 3 goals, 4 assists
Part of the championship winning team of FC Carnoël 84, de Vandes is one of the biggest raw diamonds in Gouvanarchais football. He has the speed, the technique and a good tactical acumen, but is severely lacking the physical robustness modern football requires and he also has to work on his decision making. His talent, however, is great and several international teams have already expressed interest in signing de Vandes in the upcoming offseason.
CM Jacut Desesprechin - 28 - Morannon Athletic FC (TKT) - 12 caps, 0 goals, 2 assists
Desesprechin is the central presence in Gouvanarch's defensive midfield and has speed, physicality and a mean streak when it comes to chasing down his opposition. A tireless worker he is known to get stuck in and do (almost) whatever it takes to capture the ball, often toeing the line of what is allowed in the rules, making him a potential red card risk in the more intense games. His freekicks are feared throughout Gouvanarch with some players refusing to go into the wall when he is ready to shoot.
CM Waleran Bracquaval - 28 - Dawson Diamonds (KHD) - 15 caps, 2 goals, 1 assist
Waleran Bracquaval is the midfield motor for Laorivoaré and hopefully also the national team. He is a virtual ball magnet that attracts it and he also has a great eye to redistribute it. The tendency for almost every attack going through him, however, also poses the risk of predictability, which is one thing coach de Rely is trying to instill into the team to avoid. He also possesses a great shot from a distance, making him one of the more dangerous midfielders in this sector as well.
RM Jodoc Gane - 18 - Vantanoch FC (TKT) - 15 caps, 5 goals, 1 assist
Another one of the unpolished gems, Gane played a surprisingly large role in Carnoël's road to the championship. He is all speed and offense, creating a sometimes dangerous vacuum between him and the extremely defensive Prudhomme, but his defensive play leaves a lot to be desired. He has strokes of brilliance that can open up the game, but also is still prone to horrendous mistakes, which then put his defensive teammates in trouble.
FW Adhémar Desreaulx - 25 - Morannon Athletic FC (TKT) - 15 caps, 13 goals, 4 assists
Tall and wide, Desreaulx is a very powerful, physical attacker, whose nickname "4x4" is program. He does not have the best technique, but once he gets rolling it is very hard for any defender to get him off the ball without committing a foul. Equipped with a powerful shot he is capable to tear down a defense on his own if he can survive the first touch that still has a tendency to bounce too far.
FW Barthelemy de la Cormeilles - 18 - Vilharady Owls FC (TKT) - 15 caps, 9 goals, 10 assists
Widely regarded as likely the biggest talent in Gouvanarchais football, Barthelemy de la Cormeilles already is playing for the Tikariot City FC Academy (on loan to the Vilharady Owls for the new season) and has all the tools to become a complete striker. He has speed, technique and a decent robustness which is the main point of criticism for now. He possesses a great scoring instinct, but still has to learn to have a better eye for his teammates as he has a tendency to try too much on his own.

GK - Conomor de la Ruelle - 25 - AS Plourafel
LB - Tilio de Lorraine - 17 - Yaton FC (TAE)
LB - Barnabaz d'Athenous - 19 - Port Tacassam (TKT)
CB - Agenet Boisivon - 32 - AS Plourafel
CB - Cedric Lefebvre - 21 - Stade Olympique Carhaix
CB - Alfonce Du Thuict - 23 - VZRH Matov-Uri (ZRH)
RB - Goneri Le Seigneur - 26 - Kyethas Rivermen FC (TKT)
RB - Sulwored Eude - 29 - Pyathora Mariners FC (TKT)
LM - Paol Damours - 21 - AS Plourafel
LM - Eudon Tournebulle - 22 - Ratzupalfu Rhinos (SNL)
CM - Gwenaël Decottignies - 27 - Pyathora Mariners FC (TKT)
CM - Nolwenn Le Houérou - 27 - AS Douarnac'h
CM - Remont Thomas - 19 - West Couno United (TMB)
RM - Tudon Bleuzen - 18 - US Deaclan-Gavorique
RM - Ambroas de Montgomery - 17 - North Chamberley (SYL)
CF - Duenerth Dufour - 26 - Urbitzo FC (ASG)
CF - Brocardo de Vymont - 18 - Anhedron Wanderers FC (TKT)
CF - Rimaël Postel - 24 - Montfort Wanderers (TLI)
CF - Padrig Péricard - 24 - Virtus Redoccio (SOR)
GK - Gervese Desmares - 22 - Olympique Sarantec


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Away Jersey:


My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my goalscorers: Yes-ish (TG me and I can give you the names, but we'll figure this out one way or another)
Godmod scoring events: No
RP injuries to my players: Yes (just please be reasonable)
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes (again please be reasonable)
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes (same deal)
Godmod other events: Maybe? (Please TG in this case)

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Postby HUElavia » Wed Apr 21, 2021 1:07 pm

HUElavia National Football Team

#1: Ana Ramos
(31 Years Old) (1.78 m) (Real Curumba CF)
#13: Gabriel Vannier
(26 Years Old) (1.86 m) (Olympique de Lourdes)
#23: Marta Marin
(22 Years Old) (1.78 m) (RCD San Rafael)
XX: Antonio Rossi
(29 Years Old) (1.90 m) (AC Romano)
XX: Sofia Baptista
(22 Years Old) (1.77 m) (FC Portimao)
XX: Lucas Lettmann
(18 Years Old) (1.82 m) (FC Bish)

#2: Manuel Mendieta
(28 Years Old) (1.80 m) (CB) (Athletic Club Itio)
#3: Helena Muller
(28 Years Old) (1.75 m) (CB) (FC Bish)
#4: Elenor Mariño
(31 Years Old) (1.63 m) (LB-RB) (RCD Xinzo)
#5: Ismael Lieberman
(25 years Old) (1.78 m) (RB-LB) (HUEsilia FC)
#12: Chiyun Pae
(25 Years Old) (1.65 m) (LB-RB) (Bacnano FC)
#15: Gabriella Grünberg
(23 Years Old) (1.73 m) (CB) (FC Bish)
#16: Samuel Di Donato
(22 Years Old) (1.80 m) (CB) (AC Romano)
#18: Raul Amaru-Dominguez
(33 Years Old) (1.78 m) (RB-LB) (Bul Khungur Miners FC, TKT)
XX: Laura Ezwa
(22 Years Old) (1.70 m) (LB-RB) (SC Gikoji)
XX: Lena Rodionovna
(21 Years Old) (1.75 m) (CB) (Dynamo Bolovets)
XX: Pillkosisa Cachi Canchasto
(21 Years Old) (1.79 m) (CB) (CD Valla)
XX: Joel Vogt
(18 Years Old) (1.78 m) (RB-LB) (International Curumba)
XX: Nádia Resendes
(20 Years Old) (1.77 m) (CB) (FC Portimao)
XX: Sergi Pujals
(16 Years Old) (1.80 m) (CB) (RCD San Rafael)
XX: Kayla Talatala Hernández
(25 Years Old) (1.75 m) (LB-RB) (Manilla CF)
XX: Taariq al-Ismail
(26 Years Old) (1.79 m) (RB-LB) (Acuatico FC)

#6: Mathieu Guilbert
(25 Years Old) (1.78 m) (DM-CM-AM) (FC Santos)
#8: Natalia Duran
(31 Years Old) (1.63 m) (DM-CM) (International Curumba)
#10: Aurora Conti-Esposito
(31 Years Old) (1.76 m) (DM-CM) (Real Curumba CF)
#14: Napoleone Torrisi
(23 Years Old) (1.79 m) (CM-AM) (AC Romano)
#19: Emilia Gagne-Leblanc
(30 Years Old) (1.60 m) (DM-CM-AM) (Olympique de Lourdes)
#22: Liana Mantovani-Jardim
(24 Years Old) (1.70 m) (DM-CM) (RCD San Rafael)
XX: Diogo Nazario
(20 Years Old) (1.75 m) (DM-CM) (FC Santos)
XX: Maxina Ocampo
(21 Years Old) (1.62 m) (DM-CM) (RCD Xinzo)
XX: Augustin Bonhomme
(22 Years Old) (1.70 m) (CM-AM) (Olympique de Lourdes)
XX: Daniel Dias Bosco
(18 Years Old) (1.79 m) (DM-CM) (FC Ourao)
XX: Teresa Font
(16 Years Old) (1.62 m) (DM-CM) (RCD San Rafael)
XX: Ichiro Togoshi
(17 Years Old) (1.73 m) (DM-CM-AM) (SC Toin)

#7: Marc Navarro
(30 Years Old) (1.80 m) (LW-RW) (Real Curumba CF)
#9: Ayuka Hamada-Navarro
(29 Years Old) (1.57 m) (ST-CF) (Real Curumba CF)
#11: Woo-Jin Sol
(22 Years Old) (1.80 m) (RW-LW) (Real Curumba CF)
#17: Rafael Savedra
(25 Years Old) (1.70 m) (LW-RW) (Bul Khungur Miners FC, TKT)
#20: Arina Maximovna
(25 Years Old) (1.75 m) (ST-CF) (Dynamo Bolovets)
#21: Gabriela Tiong Belleza
(26 Years Old) (1.54 m) (RW-LW) (Manilla CF)
XX: Bruno Moutinho-Figo
(28 Years Old) (1.88 m) (ST-CF) (Bul Khungur Miners FC, TKT)
XX: Manuela Braz-Bitencourt
(21 Years Old) (1.74 m) (LW-RW) (International Curumba)
XX: Vinicius Gimenes Velho
(23 Years Old) (1.75 m) (RW-LW) (FC Santos)
XX: Ringo Yamane
(17 Years Old) (1.64 m) (LW-RW) (SC Toin)
XX: Davide Santiago
(23 Years Old) (1.82 m) (ST-CF) (RCD San Rafael)
XX: Maria Di Stefano
(22 Years Old) (1.69 m) (RW-LW) (FC Rigente)

Head Coach:
Leonardo Conavacio (57 Years old) (QBS)

Assistant Coaches:
Joana Bastos Fernandes (47 Years Old), Christian Palau (50 Years Old)

(For B-Team squad, switch all players with their back up counterpart. C-Team would be 3rd set of players per position, D-Team would be the last set of players)

Starting XI:
1 Ramos
5 Liberman, 2 Mendieta, 3 Muller, 12 Pae
10 Conti-Esposito, 8 Duran
11 Sol, 6 Guilbert, 7 Navarro
9 Hamada-Navarro

Captain: Navarro
Vice-Captain: Conti-Esposito, Mendieta
Free-Kicks: Conti-Esposito, Navarro, Guilbert
Penalties: Navarro, Hamada-Navarro, Conti-Esposito
Corners: Conti-Esposito, Duran

(Please view my Stadiums Factbook to take a look at where you will be playing)

(Please view this post to know where you will be playing against me in HUElavia)

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Choose my goal scorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes, but nothing severe
Godmod Injuries to my players: Yes, but nothing severe
Suspend my players: Yes, but be reasonable
Godmod suspension events: Yes, but be reasonable
Godmod other events: Yes
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Postby Sylestone » Wed Apr 21, 2021 2:13 pm

Nickname: The Sentients
Style Modifier: -4
Formation: 5-3-2
RP allowances: Godmodding is allows. No more than two red cards or three yellows. Please note that the Sentients do not, under any circumstances, take part in foul play, doping or any other forms of cheating. They respect the game and the opposition.

Home Kit:

Away Kit:
Big shout out to Ziwana for making this kit. Despite Sylestone's national side being Appliances, there have been complaints from the public about not having a kit, so we have taken that into account.

Brick Wall
Position: Goalkeeper
About: The Brick Wall is quite literally a Brick Wall in the goals, stopping almost every shot. However, his dimensions are far off the dimensions of a soccer goal, so goals still go in as he shuffled around.
Dirty Tactics: Ramming into the occasional striker who dribbles the ball towards him instead of just shooting.

Ironing Board
Position: Defender
About: The Ironing Board is well known across Sylestone for his brilliant defence and his ability to stop almost every dribbling striker in their tracks.
Dirty Tactics: Used his flexible legs to stop the ball from passing through the defence and uses his iron to warn off opposing strikers with its heat.

Position: Defender
About: The Dishwasher is an interesting character in the Sylestonean defence. His large body stops a lot of balls from going into the goalmouth.
Dirty Tactics: Speed water everywhere in the defence, especially in the second half, which bogs the playing field, stopping many offensive moves in their tracks.

Tumble Dryer
Position: Striker
About: One of Sylestone’s main two strikers, the Tumble Dryer is a brilliant but inaccurate goal scorer for the Sylestonean side. One to watch.
Dirty Tactics: Spins the ball around in his Dryer and flings it at the goal. Also shuts the machine and carries the ball inside it.

Washing Machine
Position: Defender
About: Another large sentient object in the defence, the Washing Machine is once again, another player who stops many offensives with his large body.
Dirty Tactics: Is basically a combination of the Dishwasher and Tumble Dryer. Spews water everywhere and flings the ball out of himself at odd angles.

Position: Defender
About: Sylestone's defence is full of their largest sentient athletes and the Sofa is the largest of them. His defence has been the best all tournament and he runs the backline. A lot will be reliant on him if Sylestone are to get a respectable result this tournament.
Dirty Tactics: Can speak into the minds of opposition, giving them a feeling of wanting to sit down and relax.

Position: Midfielder
About: Another large object, but this time it is located in Sylestone's midfield. He is the king of dirty tactics and runs opponents down with his buff body. Easily the most laughable of all of the Sylestonean Appliances.
Dirty Tactics: Has many of them, most of which can't be named. His main one is shutting his door and running towards the goal with the ball inside. Others include his super-appliance jumping skills and cold breath.

Bar Stool
Position: Midfielder
About: If the Fridge is the dirtiest, the Bar Stool is the cheekiest. He doesn't have any of his own dirty tactics, but he "allies" with another object and uses them to perform his own. Definitely an unpredictable character and one to watch out for.
Dirty Tactics: One of his tactics is to be the one who kicks the ball inside the Fridge when he goes off on his run. He also stands on other objects to reach high balls.

Position: Defender
About: One of Sylestone's lesser defenders, the Drawer is quite a stationary object in the defence. He stands in your road and doesn't let you past and is more of a sweeper. Still, a force to be reckoned with, though.
Dirty Tactics: Keeps the ball in one of his chests when they are doing well so the opposition has a lesser chance of scoring.

Position: Midfielder
About: I always thought a Stove without pots and pans would be useless, but it isn't so. This stove has a couple of sneaky tricks up his sleeve and is certainly one of the Sylestonean players the opposition midfielders need to deal with sooner rather than later.
Dirty Tactics: Makes the air really hot around him, as opposed to the Fridge.

Position: Striker
About: Arguably Sylestone's most valuable player, the Mixer is a star dribbler and striker. His goal scoring ratio isn't so great and that is mainly the Tumble Dryer's job, but he is the one that actually gets the ball to that point. However, he is quite unpredictable and sometimes his dribbling skills go horribly wrong, especially considering the ball is about the size of his body.
Dirty Tactics:
Weaves in and out of defenders with his tiny size and amazing dribbling skills. Gets unplugged a bit too often, though.

Table - Goalkeeper
Spiderwebs - Midfielder
Toilet - Defender
AC Vent - Striker
Nokia - Defender

Manager: Toilet
Coach: Toaster

National Team Stats:
All-time record: 56 wins, 31 draws, 85 losses
Largest Win: Sylestone 5-1 Megistos (pre CoH 77)
Largest Loss: Busoga Islands 5-1 Sylestone (CoH 77)
First Game: Sylestone 0-0 Pangurstan (BoF 72)
First Win: Sylestone 3-1 Floyssau (BoF 72)

WCQ 88 Schedule:
MD1: Sylestone - Talkasa @ Sunlife Stadium, Halpenley (cap. 52,000)
MD2: Trolleborg - Sylestone @ 1th December Stadium, Trolleborg City, Trolleborg (cap. 100,000)
MD3: Sylestone - North Japan @ The Trees Stadium, Pesfield (cap. 62,000)
MD4: Bollonich - Sylestone @ John Lennon Football Stadium, Vreton City, Bollonich (cap. 100,000)
MD5: Sylestone - Rangers FC @ Sentient Oval, Kirkham (cap. 29,275 toilet seats)
MD6: Al Qurija - Sylestone @ Petro Mohammed Stadium, Al Qurija, Al Qurija (cap. 98,000)
MD7: Sylestone - Sannyamathland @ Ground of Dunkirk, Dunkirk (cap. 43,000)
MD8: Tequilo - Sylestone @ Home of Los Pitxileros, Tapalupe, Tequilo (cap. 81,810)
MD9: Sylestone - Zwangzug @ Chamberley Institute of Sport, Chamberley (cap. 109,300)
MD10: Talkasa - Sylestone @ TBC
MD11: Sylestone - Trolleborg @ Carson Stadium, Cleorough (cap. 80,000)
MD12: North Japan - Sylestone @ TBC
MD13: Sylestone - Bollonich @ The Bay Reserve, Betham (cap. 68,420)
MD14: Rangers FC - Sylestone @ Stadio Ibrosikis, Rangers FC (cap. 50,800)
MD15: Sylestone - Al Qurija @ The Furnace, Dodle (cap. 37,500)
MD16: Sannyamathland - Sylestone @ The Big Bowl International Stadium, Rowling City, Sannyamathland (cap. 100,000)
MD17: Sylestone - Tequilo @ Avondale International Sports Stadium, Avondale (cap. 99,000)
MD18: Zwangzug - Sylestone @ Wayr Stadium, Rackham Range, Zwangzug
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Postby Audioslavia » Wed Apr 21, 2021 2:55 pm

National Football Team

##    POS   Player                   Age Club 
1 G Goran Stroud 28 AUD 1830 Cathair
2 D R Michel Saint François 26 EUR Revolutionaries
3 D/M L Floriano Côtescassées 21 AUD KT Itzalovalle
4 M C Moses Moxey 27 AUD KT Itzalovalle
5 D C David Logan 30 EUR Holdenberg
6 D C Leonardo Ceron (c) 29 AUD AC Izotz Zubia
7 M RL Gabirel Oteiza 31 AUD KT Itzalovalle
8 M C Tigran Deschapelles 29 AUD AC Izotz Zubia
9 F C Koenraad Rijsbergen 28 AUD KT Moreazerua
10 AM/F C Eurico Da Rosa 25 AUD AC Izotz Zubia
11 D/M R Tiago Brown 21 AUD Cazadores Cathair
12 F C Gabirel Zozaia 29 AUD KT Itzalovalle
13 D C Alejandro Consuegra 27 AUD KT Itzalovalle
14 M RC Erwin Spijkers 26 NPH Crisisbless
15 M C Brannigan Burley 24 AUD 1830 Cathair
16 DM C Declan MacCowan 26 AUD Shamrock Cathair
17 D/M RCL Carmelo MacCowan 22 AUD Shamrock Cathair
18 D CR Daniel MacCowan 26 AUD Shamrock Cathair
19 D C Riccardo Rastelli 30 BNJ Jinja City FC
20 F C Santiago Rosel 28 VLD Marinos Metropolis
21 G Maren Artetxebarria 29 AUD KT Moreazerua
22 G Thomas McFarland 24 AUD Shamrock Cathair
23 M LC Calum Kirkpatrick 28 KSK CF Outineau

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Starting line-up


Goran Stroud is likely to be Audioslavia’s first-choice goalkeeper for some time. A tall, imposing figure at the back who can be heard bellowing instructions to his defenders from several miles away. His reflexes aren’t anything to write home about, so if there’s a shot you’d imagine he wouldn’t save then… yeah he probably won’t save it, but his positioning is getting better and better with age. Fellow goalkeepers Tom McFarland and Maren Artetxebarria are both capable, but are unfortunate to be sharing the same generation as big Goran.

On the flanks of the defence are two attack-minded full-backs who will be expected to patrol every inch of their respective wings. The powerful Tiago Brown has a freakishly low centre of gravity that allows the 5’10 right-back to twist and turn his way past defenders going forward and stay on his man in defence, but isn’t the most accurate when it comes to making tackles, while Côtescassées is the other type of speedy wing-back - scrawny and terrier-like in defence, with a left foot that likes to pump the ball in behind the opposition’s back four.

Captain Leo Ceron marshalls a defence that includes reliable Itzalovalle centre-half Alex Consuegra and David Logan, one of the few members of the squad to play their football outside of Audioslavia’s National League, along with Calum Kirkpatrick, Riccardo Rastelli, Santiago Rosel, fellow defender Michel Saint-Francois and winger Erwin Spijkers, who is the side’s biggest attacking threat. Nominally. a winger, Spijkers is being played in a more advanced, central role with the full-backs asked to provide a more attacking impetus. Eurico returns to the starting line-up, again in a central role, while Cammers has opted for a defensive midfield partnership of the experienced Moses Moxey, a tall box-to-box midfielder who has long been the side’s engine room - and newcomer Brannigan Burley who is an all-out defensive midfielder.

Up front, Koenraad Risjbergen is preferred to Rosel and Zozaia for being an all-out target-man, employed to use his elbows and shoulders to find space in the opposition’s area and generally be a nightmare to try to deal with.

On the domestic scene, Audioslavian football is in the best state its ever been. Two seasons in a row have been spent at the summit of the IFCF coefficients, with the likes of Shamrock, 1830 Cathair and AC Izotz Zubia competing at the highest level season after season, and most National League teams appearing in at least the group stages of the Challengers Cup every year.

As the domestic scene has grown, the national team has floundered, and there are some who say the two things are correlated. Back when Audioslavia were good (ask your Great Grandfather) the players largely plied their trade at foreign clubs and relished the opportunity to represent their national team. These days, the overwhelming majority of the players are based in the National League, with it becoming less and less lucrative to leave, and domestic tensions permeate the squad. Whereas previously the Bulls had been able to perform at levels well outside the sum of their parts, nowadays they’re lucky to hit their weight. The modern Audioslavian footballer has higher expectations, bigger egos and much more media buzz surrounding them than they might have done half a century ago, without actually being any better at football than their predecessors - perhaps even the opposite. It’s not conducive to a good working relationship with your fellow players.

At the start of the cycle, the Bulls shocked the world - and themselves - by being crowned Champions of Atlantian Oceania. Nobody is quite sure how to take that. Are Audioslavia good? Or just very lucky? Either way, the side will continue to play the Audioslavian way, using a fair amount of gamesmanship and cheap tactics to try to tip the balance. Audioslavia play a brand of counter-attacking football named Kontrapuntzeka in which they attempt to soak up pressure in order to hit their opponents on the break. As a result they often have problems with breaking down teams that defend solidly. Audioslavian players tend to be on the smaller side, averaging around 5’9 with a few exceptions here and there (Moxey, Rijsbergen and Stroud are above 6’0, but most of the others aren’t, including the back five) but are usually physically fitter than their opponents, as such able to keep playing at the same level deep into games and capitalising as their opponents tire. The trade-off to this is a lack of technique compared to their international rivals. Oh, and there are always quesitons about the team’s mentality. If things start going wrong, mistakes start to creep into the Audioslavians’ game.

Home Stadium
Arena Kirola - Cathair, Audioslavia
Built in time for World Cup 66, the Arena Kirola has [/b]been the home of Audioslavia's national football team for as long as most living Audioslavians can remember. There has been very little call for the national team to change grounds in the intervening years. A long, narrow pitch is perfectly suited to the counter-attacking football prefered by both the national team and tenants 1830 Cathair, who have adopted their own way of utilising the pitch's peculiar (but perfectly legal, we may add) dimensions.

The high, bright white walls that surround the pitch are iconic. Once upon a time electronic advertising boards were mounted on the walls, but that practice has been replaced by the simple act of selling an entire side of the stadium to one bidder each, who then creates a mural advertising their product. Sometimes this works, like when energy drink company Saltire created a series of artworks based on Audioslavia's two World Cup triumphs to adorn the wall opposite the hard camera before an international against Nephara. Sometimes it doesn't work so well. Take, for example, the thousand-burger-wrapper collage made by fast food chain 'O'Diamhnaghs' over the first half of 1830 Cathair's most recent season.

The Stadium contains an array of amenities, from top quality restaurants to saunas, shops and supermarkets, to appease those sponsors that might only be traveling to the greatest match in club football in order to network with their business buddies. So numerous are the amenities that you might be forgiven that thinking the smallish pitch was an afterthought.

The stadium is getting on a bit, and as such the capacity has been lowered after renovations which converted the uppermost section of the top tier into higher-priced boxed seating. You can just about fit 75,000 people into the ground these days.

It’s mainly all good, with one caveat: The weirder the thing you want to do, the more effort you should put into it. Don’t tell me you have a weird idea and ask for my permission to do it, just go for it. The worst that can happen is that I subtly ignore-cannon your thing.
If you beat us, you probably did it by outthinking us, outbattling us or outplaying us. If you lost to us, it’s probably because we figured out a tactic that you played upon your team’s weakness, or we snuck a late goal after your boys (or girls, or ponies) succumbed to fatigue.

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Postby South Covello » Wed Apr 21, 2021 3:31 pm

South Covello National Team Roster

Nickname: Rebels
Style modifier: -5

Head Coach: Elmo von Keekee
Assistant Head Coach: Dorian Jones, Frank Hornberger

After World Cup 79 and the South Covellan Revolution, the feisty Rebels elected to turn things over to the next generation. Richard Hawkins, previously the star goalkeeper, was named head coach, but the entire team was new. Vinnie LaGuche returned as well, as an assistant coach, and was joined by Joey Egermeister, a proud supporter of the Revolution and lifelong soccer fan who previously served as Acting President of the South Covello Soccer Federation after the Gregists were overthrown.

Hawkins and his staff hand-picked the new stars, and to his pleasant surprise he was able to find a young goalie who was almost athletic as he was, in Matthew Tyler. Tyler was just 19 years old and already almost as good as Hawkins was. In time, he would probably even surpass him. The rest of the team filled in nicely as well, defensively minded as always, and, as many of them had grown up idolizing the strong defensive wall, first for the Foot Slaves and then the Rebels, this led many of them to become defenders as well. So the good old Rebel Wall was still there, great and strong as ever. The team wouldn’t be letting in many goals this cycle, it sure seemed.

The Rebels would be playing a defensive 4-5-1 this cycle, with the sole striker being the young, awesomely named star Coconut Charles. The Coconut name, of course, was a direct insult to the Gregists, Lord Almighty Gregory and the others who forbid the mere mention of the work. It was sure to be a spectacular future.

However, the future wasn't all it was cracked up to be. South Covello fell way too early, in the Round of 16 of World Cup 80. However, they rebounded in World Cup 81, making the final before losing to Eura, and will look to finally hoist that elusive trophy this tournament. World Cup 82 and World Cup 83 saw them not advance far either. World Cup 84 saw the debut of Lonzo Gordon-McHayward-Greensward-Squidward as South Covello again fell early in the knockout stages, and World Cup 85 featured several more new young players. Notably, it ffeatured 16 year old phenom Dodo McAllister, who can double as a striker and offensive midfielder, though he mostly cam off the bench and to provide some fresh legs and maybe lead a comeback. He is widely considered a successor to Pillory Cantwell once the latter retires. However, winger Nick Night is also highly regarded.

World Cup 85 was a deep disappointment, with the Rebels failing to qualify for the first time in ages, and the SCCF made it quite clear that Richard Hawkins will be out as head coach unless he can bring home the Cup of Harmony trophy. He did not, so former youth coach Gideon "Giddy" Luggnut was hired in his place. Following the Campeonato Esportiva, OMC Pillory Cantwell retired from international play, so youth phenom Dodo McAllister will become a full-time starter.

Following a disastrous World Cup 86, the Rebels again fired their coach, hired Elmo von Keekee, and drastically overhauled the team. Over half the roster for World Cup 87 was brand new so the Rebels will look to turn things around from their horrible performance a cycle ago when they didn't even make the Cup of Harmony. Alas, the Rebels failed to make the World Cup yet again, crashing out in the playoffs after leading their group almost wire to wire until a draw against Baggieland on the final matchday ruined things. This time, however, they did receive an invite to the Cup of Harmony but were eliminated in the group stage. However, the young squad showed talent and will look to improve in World Cup 88.


GK: Matthew Tyler (Age 27) CAPTAIN
LB: Karl Klementine (Age 23)
CB: Cal Yachtwood (Age 27)
CB: Lawry Ukelele (Age 23)
RB: Bobo Gonzo (Age 21)
DMC: Kumquat Rivers (Age 24)
LMC: Nick Night (Age 22)
MC: Lonzo Gordon-McHayward-Greensward-Squidward (Age 21)
RMC: Colo McNiel (Age 24)
OMC: Dodo McAllister (Age 19)
ST: Coconut Charles (Age 28) VICE CAPTAIN


GK: Lupo Bernard (Age 21)
GK: Uganda Reed (Age 33)
DB: Cornelius Haroldson-von Crayon (Age 21)
DB: Artemis Elmoknowski (Age 23)
DB: Exander Robineshi (Age 21)
DB: Lorry Trucks (Age 21)
MF: Ike Bork (Age 21)
MF: Pony Lewis (Age 21)
MF: Norbert Delly (Age 19)
OMC/ST: Chomp Gomez (Age 24)
ST: Charlie "Chew Chew" Brown (Age 21)





SuperNerd Wants To Fight Video Game And Computer Store Stadium, Riverview

Revolution Stadium opened to start World Cup 80 and usher in a new generation of South Covellan soccer. The stadium is located on the banks of the Goldenrod River, and fans will be able to arrive at the stadium by boat should they wish. As the river is navigable in the portions that run through San Jose Guayabal as well, this opens up the possibility that some visitng fans from that nation could visit if the two nations face each other. However, as San Jose Guayabal appears to have withdrawn from international competition for the time being, that seems unlikely for now.

As mentioned above, the stadium is far more intimate than the old one, seating a relatively small 42,000 fans, with ample space for supporters as well as a small number of visiting fans. The views from the stadium are immaculate, looking out over the Goldenrod Valley with the river in view as well. For games played in the fall, it will just be an amazing sight to behold, even ignoring what is going on with the game.

Prior to World Cup 88, SuperNerd Wants To Fight Video Game and Computer Store bought the naming rights to the stadium in a 75 million libero, 10-year deal. The contract will run through the end of World Cup 97. There was much outrage at this, with some fans printing "I'm Still Calling it The Rev" t-shirts, but the name is the name nonetheless. An article in Sports World Magazine called it the worst stadium sponsorship in the country, outranking Natural Gas of Reare-Henderson Stadium, a baseball stadium in the city of Reare sponsored by the local gas company that also serves the nearby town of Henderson.

RP Permissions:

If my opponent RPs first, I give him permission to:
Choose my goalscorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes, but I choose severity
Godmod injuries to my players: Yes, subject to same restrictions
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes
Godmod other events: Yes, have fun, but don’t do anything you wouldn’t be OK with me reciprocating. If it's anything super severe like killing established characters, please TG me first or PM me on Discord.
Other Notes: All IC communications to or from any South Covellan government agency or official are public information under South Covello's government transparency laws. Keep this in mind in RPs, as this also applies to unsolicited messages you may send to our government. Obviously, purely OOC communications such as TGs are not included in this.
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Postby Sharktail » Wed Apr 21, 2021 5:48 pm


First Official match:Sharktail 1-1 Krenorus (BoF 68)
First Official Win:Nuadh-Alba 1-2 Sharktail (BoF 68)
Biggest Win:Sharktail 8-1 Adsuri (WCQ 85)
Biggest Lose:Equestrian State 5-0 Sharktail (WCQ 81)
Team Record:(W-D-L)
Total Match:111 INT MATCH
Luis Philip:(6-6-10)

MANAGER:Carrol (41 years old)
Captain - Gaby
Vice Captain -Nik Akif / Azaim
Free Kick Taker :
-short : Gaby / Azaim
-long : Azaim / Chandra
Corner Kick Taker:
-left : Chandra
-right : Azaim
Penalty: Gaby / Azaim / Nik Akif

No.	Name		Age		Club		       POS

1 Asra 24 Seri Meranti FC gk
12 Ahmad 31 Leicester Village(MUR) gk
22 Maxter 27 Anara(ERM) gk

2 Harold 28 Sarim Potato FC(PFA) lb
13 John 28 Athletic Club(HTK) lb
3 Yusri 28 Kota Jembal FC cb
4 Hidawi 24 Kingsgrove(BRE) cb
14 Homer Harizul 24 FC Shark cb
15 Yusri Fiqal 30 Flower Town FC cb
5 Irfan Danial 28 Damaisari rb
16 Twin Haizul 28 Kota Lama Ranger rb

6 Chandra 29 Kota Jembal FC ml
17 Rafdi Indera 25 FC Jordan ml
7 Nik Akif 29 Kota Jembal FC mc
8 Azaim 24 Cazadores Cathair(AUD) mc
18 Badhri 28 Kota Lama FC mc
19 Joseph 29 Kota Sultan FC mc
9 Rawilson 29 Primer FC mr
20 Balang Nazran 24 Seri Meranti FC mr

10 Gaby 32 Zoloroni City(MRC) st
11 Haziq Badrol 24 FC Jordan st
21 Virman 32 Kota Jembal FC st
23 Sumareh 28 Seri Meranti FC st

1. Asra
age: 24 | NT caps: 20
app: 20 start | cs: 7
debut match: VS Mangasia (MAC 5)-21 y.o

age: 31 | NT caps: 38
app: 38 start | cs: 7
debut match: VS Routcher (BoF 68)-21 y.o

22. Maxter
age: 27 | NT caps: 5
U21 caps: 5 | app: 5 start
cs: 1
debut match: VS Baker Park (WCQ 85)-23 y.o

2. Harold
age: 28 | NT caps: 74
app: 73 start(1 sub) |
goal: 1 | assist: 6
debut match: VS Ziwana (MAC 4)-24 y.o
1st goal: VS Koniglich Wasserstein (WCQ 87)-27 y.o

13. John
age: 28 | NT caps: debut
app: - |
debut match: -

3. Yusri
age: 28 | NT caps: 73
app: 69 start(4 sub)
goal: 2 | assist: 1
debut match: VS Baker Park (WCQ 85)-24 y.o
1st goal: VS Adsuri (WCQ 85)-24 y.o

4. Hidawi
age: 24 | NT caps: 47
U21 caps: 5 | U18 caps: 3
app: 40 start(7 sub)
goal: 3 | assist: 1
debut match: VS Ziwana(sub m '58) (MAC 4)-20 y.o
1st goal: VS Pemecutan (MAC 5)-21 y.o

14. Homer Harizul
age: 24 | NT caps: 18
app: 17 start(1 sub)
debut match: VS Zwangzug (sub m 61) (WCQ 87)-23 y.o

15. Yusri Fiqal
age: 30 | NT caps: debut
app: -
debut match: -

5. Irfan Danial
age: 28 | NT caps: 48
U21 caps: 5 | U18 caps: 7
app: 44 start(4 sub)
goal: 3 | assist: 8
debut match: VS Havynwilde (sub m '56) (MAC 4)-23 y.o
1st goal: VS Choudal (MAC 5)-24 y.o

16. Twin Haizul
age: 28 | NT caps: 17
app: 16 start(1 sub)
goal: - | assist: 2
debut match: VS Saint-Domingue(sub m 71) (WCQ 87)-27 y.o

6. Chandra
age: 29 | NT caps: 74
app: 71 start(3 sub)
goal: 6 | assist: 11
debut match: VS Ziwana (MAC 4)-25 y.o
1st goal: VS Mangasia (MAC 5)-26 y.o

17. Rafdi Indera
age: 25 | NT caps:
U21 caps: 5
app: (4 sub)
debut match: VS Chartistan (sub m 74) (WCQ 87)-24 y.o

7. Nik Akif
age: 29 | NT caps: 83
app: 75 start(8 sub)
goal: 17 | assist: 18
debut match: VS Lochario (sub m '67) (WCQ 81)-21 y.o
1st goal: VS Valladeras (WCQ 85)-25 y.o

8. Azaim
age: 24 | NT caps: 73
U21 caps: 5 | U18: 3
app: 70 start(3 sub)
goal: 16 | assist: 31
debut match: VS Khazajamal (WCQ 85)-20 y.o
1st goal: VS Khazajamal (WCQ 85)-20 y.o

18. Badhri
age: 28 | NT caps: 30
U18 caps: 10
app: 29 start(1 sub)
goal: 3 | assist: 9
debut match: VS Krenorus (BoF 68)-18 y.o
1st goal: VS Twicetagria (WCQ 85)-24 y.o

19. Joseph
age: 29 | NT caps: 10
U18: 3
app: 4 start(6 sub)
debut match: VS Tolol (MAC 5)-26 y.o

9. Rawilson
age: 29 | NT caps: 3
U18: 1
app: 2 start(1 sub)
debut match: VS Krenorus(sub m '64) (BoF 68)-19 y.o

20. Balang Nazran
age: 24 | NT caps: 10
U21: 5 | U18: 2
app: 8 start(2 sub)
goal: 1 | assist: 1
debut match: VS Saint-Domingue (sub m 71) (WCQ 87)-23 y.o
1st goal: VS Ancherion (WCQ 87)-23 y.o

10. Gaby
age: 32 | NT caps: 109
app: 108 start(1 sub)
goal: 65 | assist: 14
debut match: VS Krenorus (BoF 68)-22 y.o
1st goal: VS Krenorus (BoF 68)-22 y.o

11. Haziq Badrol
age: 24 | NT caps: debut
U21 caps: 5 | U18 caps: 3
app: -
debut match: -

21. Virman
age: 32 | NT caps: 48
app: 39 start(9 sub)
goal: 21 | assist: 1
debut match: VS Ziwana (MAC 4)-28 y.o
1st goal: VS Baker Park (WCQ 85)-28 y.o

23. Sumareh
age: 28 | NT caps: 9
U18: 10
app: 4 start(5 sub)
goal: 2 | assist: 1
debut match: VS Greater Libertania (BoF 68)-18 y.o
1st goal: VS Nephara (WCQ 86)-26 y.o





My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my scorers: Y, absolutely
Godmod scoring events: Y.
RP injuries to my players: Y.
Godmod injuries to my players: Y, but no death ok.I can accept if you want to end my player journey in this tourney but not in his career.
Give red cards to my players: free to do it,but at least let me know.
Godmod other events: Y,but no virus.
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Postby Atheara » Wed Apr 21, 2021 9:22 pm


Today we are announcing the roster for the World Cup, which is just the same as the Baptism of Fire. However, there are a few additions, such as the National Stadium, and several things you need to know when visiting Atheara for the Qualifiers of the World Cup. This is also a promotion prompt to increase Tourism to Atheara in the International Stage. Let us begin.

First of all we have the roster and information of the team, the same roster that played in the Baptism of Fire.
Formation: 4 - 4 - 2 Central Diamond (a.k.a 4 - 1 - 2 - 1 - 2 or 4 - 4 - 2 Narrow)
Playstyle / Style Mod: -3,5
Trigramme: AHR

Home / Away / GK

The Team Record
First Debut: Baptism of Fire 75
First Match: Atheara vs Galeanna (0 - 0)
Best Win: Atheara vs Kannap (4 - 0)
Worst Loss: Atheara vs Eshialand (0 - 1)
For Freekick/Corner/Penalty takers, every player except for the Defenders and Goalkeepers can take it, because adaptability and flexibility is the most important thing in Athearan sports.

Manager: Tobias Oslegard (48 Y/O)
Head Coach: Kristian Johansson (41 Y/O)
Assistant Coaches:
Alexei Rugervich (38 Y/O)
Kyle East (37 Y/O)


23 Mugel Krygorf (Starter, 28 Y/O, Captain)
19 Krusser Isles (27 Y/O)
4 Joseph Highland (28 Y/O)

56 Jonathan Winger (Starter, 25 Y/O, RB)
87 Frederic Van Lieser (Starter, 27 Y/O, CB)
99 Alexei Murov (Starter, 26 Y/O, CB)
26 Kanton Oliver - Gruschev (Starter, 25 Y/O, LB)
34 Mikhael Linegard (28 Y/O, RB/CB)
45 Paul Barbados (29 Y/O, LB/CB)
10 Thames Krudisson (28 Y/O, CB)
8 Brendan Hilegicht - Umenan (27 Y/O, RB/LB)

50 Urusov Cantonian - Myords (Starter, 26 Y/O, AMF)
7 Evan Osterric Hugens (Starter, 27 Y/O, CM)
93 Zimmerman Brusteric (Starter, 29 Y/O, CM)
37 Ivan Yesterov - Rukovic (Starter, 28 Y/O, DMF)
29 Fabian Nagedortch (26 Y/O, AMF/CM)
63 Alexander Porovik (25 Y/O, DMF/CM)
2 Waiser Caroditch (26 Y/O, CM)
18 Bruno Gudderveltischko (27 Y/O, DMF/AMF)

1 Luis Frawning (Starter, 26 Y/O, CF)
70 Toriff Hicosia Algeer (Starter, 27 Y/O, CF)
95 Kevin Van Halfeerd (27 Y/O, CF)
52 Chris Leslen - Odwell (25 Y/O, CF)

Roleplay Permissions
My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my goalscorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes, but no deaths.
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Hand out yellow and red cards to my players: Yes
Godmod other events: Yes, but nothing crazy.

Now here is the Athearan National Stadiums.

Astena Stadium in the day, can hold up to 154.769 People. Originally the Stadium was to be constructed for the Astena Rangers Football Club, however since the ARFC had already invested to build a Stadium on their own, it was decided that the Athearan National Team would be able to use this new Stadium as a Home Base. This is where the Athearan National Team will hold their qualifiers.


The Stadium was named after Naiferlitch Cossen, the first Athearan National Team Captain for the Argentina World Cup in 2030, where he was only 22 Years Old. He had died in 2048, after the game between Lesser Fordia and Major Fordia, where Major Fordia (his team) won. This is also to honor his great skill and at the time, how advanced in skill he was in Athearan football. To remember his honor. The stadium can hold 78.932 People.

Make sure to not try to piss off any Athearans by trashtalking while you visit, you don't want them to be chasing you around. It is also reccomended you wear winter clothing when visiting, the average temperature even at this time is around 14 Degrees Celcius, so warm up if you can. Also, many regions can give you cultural experiences. Make sure you know where you are, who you are talking to, and why they are there in the first place.

Banner/Seal/Logo made by Diarcesia, Kits made by Galeanna, thank you two!
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Postby Geektopia » Wed Apr 21, 2021 10:20 pm

Geektopia WC Information ǂ Each WC cycle now seniors a Geektopian person by 300 years, instead of a ludicrous 3,000. The age limit is now 4,500. ǂ To the Quarterfinals: Attempt 1

Manager: Dingledine (9,800 years)

DEBUTANT PLAYERS (+1) | [S] = Starting player, [i] = Injured, [LC] = Low Confidence, [RPaaS] = Regularly Plays as a Substitute, [R] = Reserve Team, [NP] = Notable Player, [c] = Captain, [RPLDaaS] = Regularly Played as a Substitute
• #15 Lazzari (Forward, 1764 years) [NP — Lazzari's play style is speckled with fire on top of intensity, and for a Central Striker, he has countless traits that belong to a defender, like being excellent at slide tackling and possessing a ball recovery rate of eighty-eight percent in his thirty nine appearances as a forward at The Stinemates United.] [RPaaS]

CURRENT PLAYERS (29) | [S] = Starting player, [i] = Injured, [LC] = Low Confidence, [RPaaS] = Regularly Plays as a Substitute, [R] = Reserve Team, [NP] = Notable Player, [c] = Captain, [RPLDaaS] = Regularly Played as a Substitute
• #1 Swadley (Goalkeeper, 2025 years) [RPaaS]
• #4 Livengood (Defender, 2175 years) [S]
• #5 Dargy (Defender, 2700 years) [RPaaS]
• #6 Germaine Sophie (Midfielder, 1800 years) [NP — An ex-gridiron player who is mostly known for how mindbogglingly stupid his post-game interviews in the World Bowl competitions of old came off as. His aggressiveness and playing style are a perfect showcase of how Sophie doesn't run it through before he acts. Although there is a difference when seeing someone having a natural talent for the creative and the unpredictable as opposed to making unconventional and idiotic blunders on the pitch, Germaine Sophie possesses both of these characteristics.] [RPaaS]
• #7 Abdill (Midfielder, 2400 years) [R]
• #8 Matkowski (Midfielder, 2400 years) [NP — Went to a training camp because of self-confidence issues and is now the primary choice for throw-ins. From Matkowski's impressive progress, he unknowingly coerced Dingledine that the more powerful a throw-in was, the more important to know who threw it in the first place. Looking into Matkowski's personal record, it's thirty five yards, at least ten more than the second longest distance by another countryman, Julio.][S]
• #9 Shamammi (Midfielder, 2700 years) [R]
• #10 Nankervis (Midfielder, 1950 years) [RPaaS]
• #11 Krigler (Midfielder, 2475 years) [R]
• #13 Julio (Defender, 2775 years) [RPaaS]
• #14 Sdao (Forward, 1950 years) [S]
• #16 Witrago (Midfielder, 1875 years) [R]
• #17 Rolke (Defender, 2625 years) [RPaaS]
• #18 Germain Sophie (Defender, 1050 years) [NP — Germaine Sophie's asexually reproduced son who starts on the pitch more often.] [S] [c]
• #19 Thorud (Defender, 2550 years) [S]
• #20 Rinnert (Forward, 2850 years) [RPaaS]
• #21 Higginbottom (Goalkeeper, 1800 years) [R]
• #22 Lertora (Goalkeeper, 2400 years) [NP — Once said, "Imagine being a goalkeeper with the jersey number 1 and still not starting.".] [S]
• #23 Rebimbas (Midfielder, 2550 years) [RPaaS]
• #26 Gerking (Midfielder, 1950 years) [R]
• #27 Swenty (Forward, 1800 years) [RPaaS]
• #28 Ogrodowski (Defender, 1875 years) [R]
• #29 Diminno (Midfielder, 2175 years) [NP — Diminno is known sarcastically by his dons as "the Mouthpiece Maestro", constantly spouting out rubbish motivational advice like, "We don't give up until the final ball!" or this bona-fide classic: "We have to venture through the rain to see the rainbow, because we're playing football outside.". His teammates follow his advice because they so desperately want him to shut the heck up.] [S]
• #30 Ponti (Midfielder, 2100 years) [S]
• #32 Knake (Goalkeeper, 3000 years) [R]
• #33 Pitter (Defender, 2550 years) [S]
• #35 Ratter (Midfielder, 1725 years) [R]
• #37 Foletta (Midfielder, 2250 years) [S]

OUTGOING PLAYERS (+1) | [S] = Starting player, [i] = Injured, [LC] = Low Confidence, [RPaaS] = Regularly Plays as a Substitute, [R] = Reserve Team, [NP] = Notable Player, [c] = Captain, [RPLDaaS] = Regularly Played as a Substitute
• #25 Manese (Midfielder, 2100 years) [NP — Will be out for an indefinite amount of time after sore jaw problems. Time with a sore jaw started roughly after his fatigued head fell into a deli sandwich with a toothpick sticking out the upper end of the ham and cheese melt. Manese was irresponsive after being asked, "You want some fries with that?" by his caring father. Resting in a recovery room at Mukladrue.] [R]

Taking up a seat at Place of Valence
Moved from Chiseled Cheddar Bay, Isleshore, Geektopia to 6969 Cocaininho Way, Mukladrue, Geektopia
Owner: Foxi Bancorp and Intellectual Affairs
Record Attendance: 30,012 (Geektopia 3-0 Pasarga (DBC 50 Group B)
Field Size: 105m x 70m
Surface: GrassForBall™
Goal Anthem: ZZ Top — Tush
Built: August 31st, 6478
Style Modifier: +2.793

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my goalscorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes
Godmod injuries to my players: Yes
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes
Godmod other events: Yes
Geektopia play an Attacking Pass Formation variant every two matchdays, which is a tactic that facilitates passing patterns so as to look limited to a 3x3 grid, resulting in an organized "pass and wait your turn for the ball" style of play.

Matchday 1

Matchday 2

Matchday 3

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Sporting Achievements
Rugby: Rugby Sevens Bowl (2nd), Rugby World Cup 28 (R16)
Assoc. Football: BoF 69 (Group Stage), WC 82 (Qualifying), WC 83 (Qualifying), Futsal World Cup (QFs), Futsal Invitational Cup (Group Stage), Wonder Cup (Group Stage Phase 1), Futsal World Cup 2 (4th Place), WC 84 (Qualifying), CoH 76 (Group Stage), Di Bradini Cup 47 (Group Stage), WC 85 (Qualifying)
Lacrosse: World Championships 28 (Group Stage), World Championships 33 (Group Stage)
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Postby Indusse » Thu Apr 22, 2021 2:05 am


^ Current Tournament : World Cup 88

Manager/Coach: Joseph Mouteudi
Sponsors: Fiarti Automobiles
Trigamme: INS
Players in camp: 18
Fanbase: The Flocking Blues

GK 1 Steve leghourn
GK 34 Akbar ali
DF 6 Sampath Singh Aksinwala
DF 13 Mathias Paulson
DF 4 Aaron Mcmuller
DF 86 George Horsehood
DF 69 Sadin-al-kharushi
MD 16 Xing-hong-taw
MD 9 Alexis Budtedjson
MD 14 Djetson Hasle
MD 13 Raman Sreevastva
FD 10 Baskar H Kumar (c)
FD 7 Bechun butea
FD 11 Antonio Mersias
FD Kishen Rajpoot
MD 99 Rana Mrityunjai Singh
FD/MD 100 Goblin Grundjee
MD 8 Abdul Khaseem
DF 41 Gregor Tempetson
Bolded Players are the Playing XI

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The Kits have been designed by the Starblaydi Kitmakers Ediraf, special thanks to the Kitmakers and our sponsors for the support.

My Opponents, if they RP first. Can do the following:

Choose my goalscorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes
Godmod other events: No

• The Indussean National Team is looking for more sponsors to support the team's ventures. Interested candidates can contact me via telegrams or Discord.
• The Indussean National Team is looking for Fitness Coaches and other Coaching Staffs.
¤ WA DELEGATE of India (×4)
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Postby Treekidistan » Thu Apr 22, 2021 2:21 am

Treekidistan Football Federation

FA Name: Treekidistan Football Federation (TFF)
Sponsors: EcoHerb™: “Make your nation green!”

Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Keylar Massilis (Treekidistan)
Asst. Coach: Mellix Coupe (Indusse)
Fitness Trainer: Gerbinz Keystone (Indusse: Main), Edward Phillips (Treekidistan)

Goal Keepers (GK)

#1 Melix Henmann
#2 Auphis Trevor
#97 Jaganath Sharma

Defenders (DF)

#4 Henry Stillstone
#5 Koral Neumann
#11 Mahesh Kishanraj
#17 Ahmad Aziz
#19 Joseph Ali Ahmed
#66 Benny Helmut
#88 Mathias Schneider

Mid Fielders (MF)

#9 Shahid Nawaz
#33 Sryne Goorder
#15 Kishore Das
#12 Benjamin Elvis
#100 Kirtidas Vitridas
#26 Ashok Pyarelal

Strikers/Forward (FW)

#7 Kristy Johnson
#50 Henry Dallas
#24 Krishna das Patel
#10 David Henry Gonzales

Player Information

Goal Keepers (GK)

#1 Melix Henmann
Melix Henmann is the number 1 goal keeper in the whole Treekidistan. He got himself trained by Steve Longhorn, the chief goal keeper of the Indussean National Team. He has been going to Steve Longhorn Academy when he was 19 years old. Melix is currently 25 and is one of the youth political activists in the country. He is known as "Chairman Melix" for short.

Defenders (DF)

#4 Henry Stillstone
Henry Stillstone has been regarded as the lucky charm of the team, Eventhough he hasn't scored any goals or created a notable offensive gameplay, he has been in the squad from the start due to his experience in local tournaments. He's the oldest in the team, aged 37.

#19 Joseph Ali Ahmed
Ali Ahmed Bin Jawaruyah, also known as Joseph Ali Ahmed is a Christian converted Muslim who's been the key defender of Treekidistan. He plays for the best club in Treekidistan known as the Golden Roots United. The Golden Roots United is the champion club with twenty nine trophies till history.

#66 Benny Helmut
#88 Mathias Schneider

Benny Helmut and Mathias Schneider are two similar plays from the same place, same school, same street, same club and now same position. Both of them has been playing for the Gregarious College Academy for six years and is now playing in Golden Roots United FC.

Mid Fielders (MF)

#9 Shahid Nawaz
Shahid Nawaz is the youngest player in the team, aged 19. He's been a quick and cunning player creating ways to score the goals into the goal post. Shahid Nawaz started his career playing for the National Sports Academy Team and later got a straight ticket to the national camp.

#12 Benjamin Elvis
Benjamin Johnston Elvis, is a 22 year old Midfielder known for his bicycle kicks and long headers. He has been nicknamed as Bulb Man of Treekidistan. He has scored 11 international goals (friendly included) and 7 of them where headers and 3 were bicycle kicks.

#26 Ashok Pyarelal
The Only Village Boy in the team, he's been playing for his village and the province teams from an age of 13, he was born in a poor family and wasn't able to go for coaching into a well known academy. The National Sports Academy took him seeing his capability and the twenty year old plays in the national team now.

Strikers/Forward (FW)

#7 Kristy Johnson
The Third Gear of the team, he is the one who makes way for the rest two strikers and creates excellent crosses in the box. He's twenty four and has been the captain of Keylar FC, the first Football Club in Treekidistan. The club currently is playing for division two.

#24 Krishna das Patel
#10 David Henry Gonzales

The Heroes of Treekidistan, as they are known. Krishna Das and Gonzales has been the Captain and Vice Captain respectively. Both aged 25 played for Golden Roots United earlier and now plays for the Treekid Academy Team in the prime league. Gonzales is the all time champion scorer and the game maker of Treekidistan. He played a major role in letting Treekidistan win the Baptism of Fire tournament. Patel has been selected in to the best playing XI of Baptism of Fire due to his skills and support to Gonzales. He is best captain and the second best goalscorer of the team.


Special Thanks to Uni.q Sportswear of Qusmo for creating the Kits for Treekidistan.

My Opponents, if they RP first. Can do the following:

Choose my goalscorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes
Godmod other events: No
Baptism of Fire 74 Champions

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Postby Grandistania » Thu Apr 22, 2021 2:53 am



After a promising Baptism of Fire tournament, which unfortunately ended in the group stage, the Grandistanian National team is preparing to play in it's first World Cup. Now the time has come to announce the uniforms to be used as well as the squad for the tournament.

From left to right: Home, Away, Alternative


Opening Lineup:

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Pos	#	Name	                Age	Club
GK 1 Regulus Bardsley 25 Port Coral FC

CB 3 Brandinus Dorsey 30 Crownville FC
CB 47 Marcelo Byrd 22 Redstone City
CB 51 Basmat Scrivenor 24 Redstone City

LM 20 Avital Akkerman 28 Crownville FC
CM 23 Eladio Corvi 23 Rosehill FC
CM 21 Farley Erckens 22 Redstone City
RM 26 Finbarr Arbeider 33 Rosehill FC

LW 19 Armando Griffin 22 Royal Crownville
CF 63 Gordon Milano 20 Fernville City
RW 11 Trajan Sastre 20 Pearl City United

Reserve players
GK 36 Aditi Fenn 20 Redstone City
GK 77 Gervas Aradia 35 Puerto Blanco FC
D 17 Tordis Haight 32 Puerto Blanco FC
D 43 Aramad Gagne 31 Fernville City
D 79 Leonardo Spiker 32 Crownville FC
M 53 Georgio Amoretto 34 Redstone City
M 87 Phoibos Trudeau 20 Port Coral City
M 32 Okorie Rostami 37 Palmburg FC
M 91 Arlotto Vargas 38 Puerto Blanco FC
F 15 Nino Weekes 38 Santana CF
F 12 Oddvar Walters 32 Fernville City
F 8 Asuncion Siegel 25 Tuskhorn Athletic

Coach Stephan Herrera 54

My opponent may:
Choose my goalscorers:Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes, but please don't end their careers without my permission
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Hand out cards to my players: Yes
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes
Godmod other events: Yes
Last edited by Grandistania on Thu Apr 22, 2021 3:05 am, edited 1 time in total.

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Malandrinian Soccer Team

Postby Malandrin » Thu Apr 22, 2021 4:06 am



GENERAL MANAGER: Roberto Torres (46 years)
ASSISTANTS: Javier Ruiz (37 years)
Luis Manuel Piñales (41 years)

GOLAKEEPER: Dopingo Fernández (19 years)
Darío Pulido (37 years) (ALTERNATE)

LEFT BACKS: Juan Gómez (27 years)
José Díaz (32 years) (ALTERNATE)

CENTRAL BACKS: José Antonio Barragán (19 years)
Rafael Murales (23 years)
Illaix de Paig (26 years) (ALTERNATE)

RIGHT BACKS: Miquel Fasett (31 years)
Rudy Fernandez (25 years) (ALTERNATE)

LEFT WINGS: Nicolás Barberá (26 years)
Iñaki Barrenetxea (23 years) (ALTERNATE)

MIDFIELDERS: David Fontbellá (22 years)
Víctor "Vitolo" García (33 years)
Manu Sánchez (29 years) (ALTERNATE)

RIGHT WINGS: Cayetano García "El Sovietico" (19 years)
Gonzalo Reina (29 years) (ALTERNATE)

FORWARDS: Miguel Muñoz (23 years)
Jose Juan Garcí (32 years)
López de Vega (22 years) (ALTERNATE)


My opponent may:
Choose my goalscorers:Yes
Godmod scoring events: No
RP injuries to my players: Yes, but please don't end their careers without my permission
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Hand out cards to my players: Yes
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes
Godmod other events: Yes
Last edited by Malandrin on Fri Apr 30, 2021 1:37 am, edited 4 times in total.

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Seguidores de la Grasas Team

Postby Seguidores de la grasas » Thu Apr 22, 2021 4:11 am

Logo: ... EdFokT5B7A
Coaching:Mister graso
Asistans: Frozono



Domingo grasoso 56 years
Gonzalo holkeano 82 years

Julio come pijas 1 year
David trapito 21 years
Don 8 years
Tomi 5 years

Lider 19 years
Gabriel khun 7 years
Franco 10 years

Dylantero sin imaginacion 7 years
El bicho 11 years

My opponent may:
Choose my goalscorers:Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes, but please don't end their careers without my permission
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Hand out cards to my players: Yes
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes
Godmod other events: Yes


Home: ... k4ylw8LllA
Goalkeeper: ... WKdKQ_dCPA
Away: ... yQngI24ZBQ
Last edited by Seguidores de la grasas on Thu Apr 22, 2021 4:15 am, edited 2 times in total.



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