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Postby Dandillis » Fri Sep 07, 2012 2:48 pm

Dandillis' First Division Standings:


1st Division Standings

Team P W D L For Ag +/- Pts
1 La Naranja 30 23 1 6 78 33 +45 70 Champion
2 Ferrosia Typhoon 30 22 2 6 84 29 +55 68
3 Mirador Azul FC 30 20 7 3 73 28 +45 67
4 Alegria FC 30 18 3 9 68 44 +24 57

5 Ferrosia Garguyannis 30 16 6 8 45 28 +17 54
6 Cacuta Bongos FC 30 16 6 8 61 34 +27 54
7 Pekunta 30 15 6 9 41 42 -1 51
8 Holy King 30 13 6 11 33 38 -5 45
9 Kolliha Futaloco SC 30 12 7 11 52 52 +0 43
10 Lakunta 30 11 6 13 36 45 -9 39
11 Dandik AC 30 8 6 16 33 51 -18 30
12 Herna Fillamuk 30 7 5 18 14 34 -20 26
13 Shuju Kukilla 30 7 4 19 19 52 -33 25
14 Conchell United 30 6 5 19 22 48 -26 23
15 Hogonga AC 30 5 3 22 13 45 -32 18
16 Situya FC 30 4 1 25 14 83 -69 13


Green: Qualified for the Esportivan Champions League
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Postby Commerce Heights » Fri Sep 07, 2012 5:14 pm

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The Forty-Second Champions’ Cup Final
at Ijak-Nash Stadium, Paris, The Babbage Islands

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(VLD)         Fontvielle Impact    0–3    Firewood City             (OSR)


Firewood City of Osarius wins its first Champions’ Cup title, defeating les Bleus by the same score as in the group stage.



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The Thirty-Ninth Super Cup

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(AGU)          Alianza Ciruelas    3–0    Kyoshiku Island FC        (OSR)  
(OSR) Kyoshiku Island FC 0–2 Firewood City (OSR)
(OSR) Firewood City 0–3 Alianza Ciruelas (AGU)

Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Alianza Ciruelas AGU 2 2 0 0 6 0 +6 6
2 Firewood City OSR 2 1 0 1 2 3 −1 3
3 Kyoshiku Island FC OSR 2 0 0 2 0 5 −5 0


Alianza Ciruelas of Aguazul wins the Super Cup.



Updated coëfficients are now available.

The entry limits for the next season of UICA competition will be as follows:
Champions’ Cup 43: The number of teams allowed is determined according to association coëfficients, with the following distribution:
  • Associations ranked 1–3 (Capitalizt SLANI, Valladares, and Polar Islandstates) are allowed to enter four teams.
  • Associations ranked 4–6 (Jasĭyun, The Pazhujeb Islands, and Aguazul) are allowed to enter three teams.
  • Associations ranked 7–28 (Astograth, Valanora, Zarbli, Whirl Islands, Cafundéu, Osarius, West Zirconia, Estresse Intenso, The Babbage Islands, Darmen, Krytenia, Vilita, Pasarga, Queer Poco el Mono Ara, Turori, Carmadin, Unified Falcon, LAPFL Federation, Eastfield Lodge, Civil Citizenry, Taeshan, United Gordonopia) are allowed to enter two teams.
  • Associations ranked 29 and below, and unranked associations, are allowed to enter one team.
  • Special considerations:
    • Firewood City is assured a place as the title holder. If it fails to qualify for one of Osarius’s two places, it will receive an additional place.
    • Élite League: Has seven places. Capitalizt SLANI must enter at least three teams, and Jasĭyun at least two.
    • V-League: Has four places, which must be filled by teams from at least two separate associations.
Globe Cup 40: Every association is allowed to enter three teams. Multiassociational leagues may enter six teams, of which no more than four may be from the same association.
Series B Champions’ Cup 40: Every association is allowed to enter four teams. Multiassociational leagues may enter eight teams, of which no more than six may be from the same association.


The deadline for entry to Champions’ Cup 43 and Series B Champions’ Cup 40 is tentatively set for Sunday, 2012-10-07.



UICA Partner bidding
Bidding is now open for two UICA Partner spots: one for seasons 44–49, which carries with it primary sponsorship of the Globe Cup, and one for sesaons 44–51, which carries with it primary sponsorship of the Super Cup. Bidding will close at the start of Globe Cup 40. The following is required to submit a bid:

  • The name of the bidding company or product, preferably a single word or acronym.
  • The company or product’s wordmark, as it would appear in the sponsorship logo. This wordmark must be black on a transparent (or white) background, in SVG or PNG format if possible, and as large as possible, but must be distinguishable at the size at which it will ultimately be used. If the wordmark should merely be the name set in a particular typeface, please specify the typeface.
Bids should be posted in this thread. A single company may bid for both spots. Globo Multimedia and Banco Econômico have declined to renew their sponsorship of the Globe Cup, but renewal of the current contract with AlfaCredit will be considered. Companies from Paripana, Turori, and Vilita are ineligible to bid.

As the Globe Cup’s two primary sponsors will be replaced by a single company, bringing it in line with the other competitions, the fifth UICA Partner position, which will no longer be tied to any particular competition, will be used to promote UICA’s own campaigns during seasons 44 and 45. Bids for this position will be accepted at a later date.
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Postby Astograth » Fri Sep 07, 2012 6:43 pm

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Astograthian dairy giants YOGUTZ submit their bid to become UICA partner and primary sponsor of either the Globe Cup or the Super Cup. YOGUTZ are the single largest exporters of dairy products in Astograth and Rushmore - though this last claim is disputed by certain ChocoMilk-funded studies and statistics. YOGUTZ produces more than just delicious yoghurt, with a wide range of products that also include milk (and chocolate milk!), cheese, fruit juice, pastries and butter, all of which are held to strict standards of quality, freshness, healthiness and scrumptiousness. They are Royal Warrant holders of the Astograthian Royal Family, supplying Grand Duke Lastur with all the aforementioned products, and sponsor a number of football teams including the successful Echegoyan FC of the Astograthian First Division. Naturally, YOGUTZ would provide their products for all UICA official events as part of a specialised catering service. In short, it is YOGUTZ's firm belief that becoming a UICA partner would be an enormous benefit for both parts.
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Postby United Gordonopia » Fri Sep 07, 2012 8:07 pm

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Celeron General Aeronautics would like to submit an official bid to become a UICA partner and the sponsor of the Globe Cup or Super Cup. Celeron is a leader in commercial aeronautical design, and has recently commenced export to foreign nations with the Celeron E100 jetliner. Celeron is the dominant commercial aircraft manufacturer in United Gordonopia, and currently has contracts with several airlines around the world. As part of a concerted effort to increase market share in anticipation of upcoming airliners, Celeron feels that a partnership with an organization such as UICA would be mutually beneficial.

In exchange for the sponsorship opportunity, Celeron would be able to provide free or reduced-cost air travel on Union Gordonopia Airlines, which uses Celeron aircraft. Union Gordonopia is a part of the Imperial Gordonopia Corporation, a conglomerate that includes a number of Gordonopian state-owned corporations, including Celeron. For the Super Cup, this would be free first-class travel for all participants. For the Globe Cup, this would be reduced-fee business-class travel for rounds up to the knockout stage, and reduced-fee first-class during the knockout stage.

Celeron already has experience as a sponsor in the sporting world. Currently, Celeron sponsors both Iturributa United, a perennial UICA contender from Iturributa, a FC Deska, the highest ranked Gordonopian club. UICA sponsorship would allow Celeron to take its support for the sport to the next level.
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Postby Swyftlandre » Sat Sep 08, 2012 2:44 am

The Emperors Scepter
Edition: I
Current Champions: N/A




Following the Swyftlandre Champions League and the Aiz-Dorne First League, the top four teams from each division advance to The Emperors Scepter. The contest is a swift elimination league, with the winners not only earning The Emperor Scepter but also automatically qualifying for a place next year.

SWY - Swyftlandre
IAD - Islo Aiz ens Islo Dorne



The games work on an absolute system, so every team will play for a final position, instead of being tied at 5th following the first game. The games are played on neutral ground.

Match Day 1:

Sveinhart FC (SWY) 1–0 New Haiveower FC (IAD) @Raiders Stadium (IAD)
Tinespess City (SWY) 2–2 Xan Isles Giants (SWY) (2–3 AET) @Starkgrave Stadium (SWY)
Wyeandt FC (IAD) 1–0 Dorne City (IAD) @Nine Islands Arena (SWY)
Giants of Tinespess (SWY) 1–0 Aizenhelm Defenders (IAD) @Jewel of Dorne (IAD)

Match Day 2:

Losers Semi-Final:
New Haiveower FC (IAD) 0–4 Tinespess City (SWY) @Dragons Nest (SWY)
Dorne City (IAD) 1–0 Aizenhelm Defenders (IAD) @Wyeandt City Stadium (IAD)

Semi Finals:
Sveinhart FC (SWY) 0–2 Xan Isles Giants (SWY) @City of Sveinhart Stadium (SWY)
Wyeandt FC (IAD) 2–2 Giants of Tinespess (SWY) (2–2 AET) (4–3 pen.) @Razorne Bridge (IAD)

Match Day 3:

Ultimate Loser Match:
New Haiveower FC (IAD) 1–5 Aizenhelm Defenders (IAD) @Avenhelm Castle (SWY)

Match for Third Place:
Sveinhart FC (SWY) 0–2 Giants of Tinespess (SWY) @Riverside Arena (IAD)

Match Day 4:

Match for 5th Place:
Tinespess City (SWY) 3–1 Dorne City (IAD) @Harmsford Arch (IAD)

Match Day 5:

Xan Isles Giants (SWY) 2–1 Wyeandt FC (IAD) @Swyftlandre Country Stadium (SWY)




Final Standings:
Pos. Team
1 Xan Isles Giants - CHAMPIONS!
2 Wyeandt FC

3 Sveinhart FC
4 Giants of Tinespess
5 Tinespess City
6 Dorne City
7 Aizenhelm Defenders
8 New Haiveower FC


The Xan Isles Giants (SWY) and Wyeandt FC (IAS) qualify for the ESPORTIVA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE alongside Sveinhart FC (SWY, winner of the Swyftlandre Champions League) and the Aizenhelm Defenders (IAS, winner of the Aiz-Dorne First League).

The Xan Isles Giants also claim the Emperors Scepter and are assured of a Play-off qualifier match with the 4th Place Qualifier from the Swyftlandre Champions League, should they not qualify.




The Four Pillars:
The winner of the Swyftlandre Champions League, Sveinhart FC. The winner of the Islo Aiz ens Islo Dorne First League, Aizenhelm Defenders and the winner/runner up of the The Emperors Scepter, Xan Isles Giants and Wyeandt FC meet each other in a Round Robin of friendly's that is completely free of the UEFC. (Due to this setback, it did not see TV air time and was only streamed over the internet to Swyftlandian viewers only)

Scores:
Day 1:
Xan Isles Giants (SWY) 1–2 Sveinhart FC (SWY)
Wyeandt FC (IAD) 1–0 Aizenhelm Defenders (IAD)

Day 2:
Sveinhart FC (SWY) 0–1 Aizenhelm Defenders (IAD)
Xan Isles Giants (SWY) 2–1 Wyeandt FC (IAD)

Day 3:
Wyeandt FC (IAD) 1–2 Sveinhart FC (SWY)
Aizenhelm Defenders (IAD) 0–1 Xan Isles Giants (SWY)

Final Results:

Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Sveinhart FC 3 2 0 1 4 3 +1 6
2 Xan Isles Giants 3 2 0 1 4 3 +1 6
3 Wyeandt FC 3 1 0 2 3 4 −1 3
4 Aizenhelm Defenders 3 1 0 2 1 2 −1 3
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Capital: Avenhelm (7.76Million)
Largest Cities: Sveinhart (3.59Million), Sorro'nye (1.02Million), Faywynne (883,000)
Religion: Paganism (53%. 30% follow Swyftlandian Paganism), Atheism (41%), Catholicism (4%), Other Religions/Unspecified (2%)

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Postby Westros » Sat Sep 08, 2012 6:52 am

Globe 2nd Division

Today the 2nd Division Kicked of with a good start for Cristianity and a unexpected win for Dragonsbridge Sport Club. Lets see the Results.

Cristianity 4 v 0 BaneFort Rovers
Eletrical 1 v 2 DragonsBridge SC
Odin´s Port 0 v 0 RichardStead Torpedos
TitansGap 1 v 2 Juventude of Faros
Dent Town 4 v 4 Cavaleiros
Albion 0 v 2 Bear Village



Player Of The Week Goes To Donald Feris Who Scored 2 Goal For Cristianity in the match versus BaneFort Rovers
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Postby Aguazul » Sat Sep 08, 2012 8:37 am

With the Rushmore Games occupying Aelsh attention, Aguazul has ruthlessly commandeered agreed to run Cygnus Cup 17. As such, the final will return to Aguazul; it will be held in Estadio Conabora, San Pablo (capacity 50,000).

Procedural notes: The entries of Iona Spaceport Defenders (Unified Falcon) and New Oslo United (Westros) were rejected due to a lack of scorinated cup finals. The entry of Tower 3 (Thaulandi) was rejected due to it not winning a cup final.)

Key to abbreviations

AEL Aels LLF LAPFL Federation
AGU Aguazul MAP Mapletish
AIS Arcadian Islands MEL Melatia
AMV Andossa Se Mitrin Vega NCB 19th Century Beards
ANC Ancharmunn OSD Ossidiacqua
ASG Astograth OSR Osarius
BRP Boring Paradise PIS Polar Islandstates
BVR Beaverriver PZJ The Pazhujeb Islands
CPL Crystal Palace SAU Saugeais
CPV Capivara Group SSO The FSSO
DAI Dainer TAE Taeshan
DAR Darmen TBI The Babbage Islands
DSF Democratic States of Fenbar VAL Valanora
FCH Fanchnopolis VIL Vilita
FSC Free South Califas VLD Valladares
ICM The Icemark WRL Whirl Islands
ITB Iturributa WZI West Zirconia
JSY Jasĭyun YSP Yesopalitha
KIN Kinitaria ZRB Zarbli
KOR Ko-oren


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Cygnus Cup XVII


The 17th Cygnus Cup features a convenient 40 entrants from 39 associations. AS Bezieres, the title holders, once again qualified as defending champions despite not qualifying through the Valladar cup system.

With an even number of teams involved, there will yet again be no complicated qualifying rounds. There will be 16 teams taking part in a Playoff Round, with the remaining 24 teams qualifying directly to the first round.

Playoff round results
*Team 1 is at home in first leg; Team 2 at home in second leg

Home United (MAP) 2-1 Empilot City United (BRP) 1-0 1-1

Cannington Utd FC (AIS) 5-2 MK Killers (DSF) 2-0 2-3

Mi'ato (KIN) 3-2 Ministry of Sport (NCB) 2-1 1-1

E Khil SC (BVR) 2-2 Bendis (ICM) a 1-0 2-1

Parkvania FC (MEL) 2-1 Cachimbo Amplo (DAI) 1-0 1-1

Sporting Iturributa (ITB) 2-1 Loire-Mourenx (AMV) 1-1 0-1

16 de Junho (FCH) 1-0 Santa Maria (FSC) 0-0 0-1

Eucla (CPL) 0-4 Trechoid FC (AEL) 0-2 2-0


Draw for the First Round proper

Sporting Iturributa (ITB) - Condensadores CD (OSD)
Pyramid AC (ZRB) - Trechoid FC (AEL)
Branvün (KOR) - Madruguinha Buneco Clube (CPV)
Tannenberg FC (VLD) - 12 de noviembre (AGU)
Parkvania FC (MEL) - AS Bezieres (VLD)
Scott City FC (DAR) - Mort Park (WZI)
Hondo FC (VAL) - Laketown Rangers (TAE)
E Khil SC (BVR) - Makosile United (VIL)
Pays de Croix (SAU) - Callisto City (OSR)
Tarahal Lake Athletic (YSP) - Sparta FC (SSO)
Celtic-Southland (TBI) - Ballymairead Dynamos (ANC)
16 de Junho (FCH) - Cannington Utd FC (AIS)
Mi'ato (KIN) - Home United (MAP)
FC Atlantis (WRL) - Forest Hill FC (JSY)
Yastrabi (PZJ) - Mountain FC (LLF)
Ituraitz FC (ASG) - Northbrook Diamonds FK (PIS)

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Postby Swyftlandre » Sat Sep 08, 2012 10:00 am

Swyftlandre Ruby League
Much like the Champions League, the Ruby League works on a promotion and relegation system, with the top three teams being promoted and the bottom three teams being relegated to the Sapphire League.




Teams:
(Stadia and team profile will be profiled if they are promoted)

#22 - Nievile Piranhas
#23 - San Rione FC
#24 - Basinstryd Raiders
#25 - Dykevan FC
#26 - Endynsyte Bombardiers
#27 - Girarsita FC
#28 - Nyenarc City
#29 - Murvan FC
#30 - Oceangate Whales
#31 - Pykesynd FC
#32 - Taivern United
#33 - New Tokyo Samurais
#34 - Bassua FC
#35 - San Cyan FC
#36 - San Merzar Rangers
#37 - Murvan United
#38 - Droichead Strikers
#39 - Donegal FC
#40 - Orvel Spiders
#41 - San Purtnurth City
#42 - Nievile FC




Finals Results:
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Droichead Strikers 40 20 10 10 50 38 +12 70
2 Murvan FC 40 17 18 5 54 28 +26 69
3 Nievile Piranhas 40 20 3 17 52 43 +9 63

4 New Tokyo Samurais 40 17 10 13 43 36 +7 61
5 Endynsyte Bombardiers 40 14 15 11 44 37 +7 57
6 Nievile FC 40 14 15 11 40 35 +5 57
7 Girarsita FC 40 15 12 13 43 48 −5 57
8 San Purtnurth City 40 15 11 14 40 39 +1 56
9 Orvel Spiders 40 15 10 15 41 38 +3 55
10 Donegal FC 40 15 10 15 49 48 +1 55
11 Basinstryd Raiders 40 12 18 10 46 43 +3 54
12 Dykevan FC 40 14 11 15 39 46 −7 53
13 San Merzar Rangers 40 13 12 15 46 46 0 51
14 San Cyan FC 40 14 9 17 35 42 −7 51
15 Pykesynd FC 40 13 11 16 34 39 −5 50
16 Nyenarc City 40 11 16 13 36 37 −1 49
17 Bassua FC 40 11 15 14 38 37 +1 48
18 Taivern United 40 12 11 17 32 41 −9 47
19 Oceangate Whales 40 11 13 16 32 39 −7 46
20 San Rione FC 40 12 10 18 31 41 −10 46
21 Murvan United 40 10 10 20 31 55 −24 40


Ruby Cup Match:

Droichead Strikers 2–2 Murvan FC (2–2 AET) (4–3 pen.) @Swyftlandre Country Stadium




UICA:
(Previous League here)

Champions’ Cup: - Sveinhart FC qualify to the Champions Cup.
Globe Cup: Giants of Tinespess, Xan Isles Giants AND Tinespess City qualify for the Globe Cup.
Series B Champions’ Cup:Droichead Strikers, Murvan FC, Nievile Piranhas and New Tokyo Samurai's qualify for the Series B Champions' Cup.
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Postby Northern Sunrise Islands » Sat Sep 08, 2012 4:54 pm

Following the results of Union League One.

SBCC: Braddock Town Attack, Villenueve City Racers, Shredsbury Lions, Canondale Bombers

Following the results of Premier League.

TQCC: Mardi Lopunnies
GC: Matthew City Senators, Ayeville Pikachus, Neuville Scythers
CEdC First Round: Neuville Scythers
CEdC Second Round: Mardi Lopunnies, Matthew City Senators, Ayeville Pikachus
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Postby Aguazul » Sun Sep 09, 2012 7:06 am

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Cygnus Cup XVII


First round results
*Team 1 is at home in first leg; Team 2 at home in second leg

Sporting Iturributa (ITB) 3-0 Condensadores CD (OSD) 2–0 0–1
Pyramid AC (ZRB) 2-0 Trechoid FC (AEL) 0–0 0–2
Branvün (KOR) 2-2 Madruguinha Buneco Clube (CPV) 1-1 1-2 AET
Tannenberg FC (VLD) 1-4 12 de noviembre (AGU) 1-2 2-0
Parkvania FC (MEL) 1-7 AS Bezieres (VLD) 0-3 4-1
Scott City FC (DAR) 2-1 Mort Park (WZI) 2-0 1-0
Hondo FC (VAL) 2-0 Laketown Rangers (TAE) 0-0 0-2
E Khil SC (BVR) 0-5 Makosile (VIL) 0-2 3-0
Pays de Croix (SAU) 0-4 Callisto City (OSR) 0-2 2-0
Tarahal Lake Athletic (YSP) 2-4 Sparta FC (SSO) 1-2 2-1
Celtic-Southland (TBI) 0-4 Ballymairead Dynamos 0-2 2-0
16 de Junho (FCH) 2-4 Cannington Utd FC (AIS) 1-1 3-1
Mi'ato (KIN) 0-3 Home United (MAP) 0-2 1-0
FC Atlantis (WRL) 1-1 Forest Hill FC (JSY) 0-0 1-1 a
Yastrabi (PZJ) 7-0 Mountain FC (LLF) 2-0 0-5
Ituraitz FC (ASG) 1-2 Northbrook Diamonds FK (PIS) 0-1 1-1


Second round results
Sporting Iturributa (ITB) 1-4 Pyramid AC (ZRB)         1-2   2-0
Branvün (KOR) 0-3 12 de noviembre (AGU) 0-2 1-0
AS Bezieres (VLD) 6-1 Scott City FC (DAR) 2-1 0-4
Hondo FC (VAL) 5-0 Makosile (VIL) 2-0 0-3
Callisto City (OSR) 2-0 Sparta FC (SSO) 0-0 0-2
Ballymairead Dynamos (ANC) 5-2 Cannington Utd FC (AIS) 0-0 2-5
Home United (MAP) 2-3 FC Atlantis 1-3 0-1
Yastrabi (PZJ) 0-5 Northbrook Diamonds FK (PIS) 0-2 3-0


Quarterfinal results
Pyramid AC (ZRB) 1-3 12 de noviembre (AGU)             1-2  1-0
AS Bezieres (VLD) 5-1 Hondo FC (VAL) 5-0 1-0
Callisto City (OSR) 0-1 Ballymairead Dynamos (ANC) 0-0 1-0
FC Atlantis (WRL) 1-3 Northbrook Diamonds FK (PIS) 0-1 2-1


Semifinal results
12 de noviembre (AGU) 0-3 AS Bezieres (VLD)                 0-2  1-0
Ballymairead Dynamos (ANC) 0-8 Northbrook Diamonds FK (PIS) 0-5 3-0


Therefore Northbrook Diamonds FK (PIS) will go up against defending champions AS Bezieres (VLD) as the latter club bids for their third consecutive title.

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Postby Valanora » Sun Sep 09, 2012 1:29 pm

Viella Incorporated announces its intentions to once again become an UICA partner for both the Globe Cup and Super Cup, following two previous periods of sponsoring the Super Cup.
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Postby Kinitaria » Sun Sep 09, 2012 6:09 pm

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Kinitar Premier Division
Season 2 Preview


After a hugely successful first season, the Kinitar league was showcased worldwide with some top players having the chance to show off their talent to a global audience. Viewers saw some skilful play, stunning goals and the breaking of every record the league could think of (the fact that this happened in season one is entirely coincidential). And now, the league returns for its second season, which promises to be even better and more dramatic than the last. Will Mi'ato retain their early grip of Kinitar football? Can Luka Sabčot's City snatch the title from them? Who's staying up, who's going down? There's only one way to find out. Let's take a look at the twenty teams who'll be competing for glory over the coming months, and let's find out how likely they are to get it.

1. Maja
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Last season: 4th
Home stadium: Stadion Viteanii Revolusii, Litora (62,250)
They were always pushing for the top spots last season, and a strong defensive line backed up by national goalkeeper Costin Petran means they're likely to do it again. Also watch out for Emil Pročazka to put in a lethal cross or two. They're a very good side, with an array of talent throughout their lineup, but they're not extraordinary. A stable financial balance is reflected by a lack of summer activity - they don't really need to bring players in or out of last year's squad, and I think it'll serve them well.
Prediction: 3rd

Club Ajbental
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Last season: 16th
Home stadium: Stadion "Liberta", Ajbental (31,630)
Their safety was only confirmed on the final day of last season. Although they were out of the bottom three for the most part, they only just had enough in them to get over the line. Without the money to reinvest in the squad, they're in for another season of struggling, but I think they'll survive - only just - on the basis of there being three worse teams in the league.
Prediction: 17th

Avnani Athletic
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Last season: 6th
Home stadium: Parc Semnal, Avnani (41,200)
Avnani were not widely tipped to do well last season, but surprised their critics with their brand of direct, imposing football which made life trouble for many an opposing team. They'll be looking to carry out a similar plan this season, but they don't really seem to have a plan B which means they struggle against top clubs. They're a dark horse for a UICA spot, but I can't see it happening.
Prediction: 8th

Chyri
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Last season: 11th
Home stadium: Stadion nasiyonala Chyr autonome, Chyr (53,810)
11th place was a huge disappointment for this Chyri team in the inaugural Premier Division season. With the loss of Paolo Naoumov, they've been forced to take a step back and rebuild, but they have done so admirably well, reinforcing their side with some talented young players from their own region. They remain almost universally disliked by fans in the Kinitar mainland, and have done well to play their normal style of football despite this.
Prediction: 6th

AFC Damaciu
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Last season: 15th
Home stadium: Arena Damacii, Damaciu (38,370)
A hugely disappointing first season has not deterred Damaciu, and they immediately dipped into the transfer market, Gordon du-Lusavik of the Free Swiss States becoming the first foreign player to sign for a Kinitar club. They have an experienced captain in Sebastien Sykora, and play with some flair which is sure to get them a much better finish this time around.
Prediction: 10th

Dinamo Leninberg
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Last season: 2nd, B-League (promoted)
Home stadium: Arena V. I. Lenin, Leninberg (37,100)
They were promoted from the B-League with two games to spare, eventually only missing out on the title by virtue of goals scored. However, their squad has very limited depth and it's hard to see them coping should a couple of key players get injured. Life in the Premier Division is going to be very tough for them, and I can't see them surviving it.
Prediction: 19th, relegated

Dinamo Paleu
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Last season: 9th
Home stadium: Stadion "Dinamo", Paleu (43,360)
Paleu's first season rather stagnated in the end, finishing in a tepid mid-table outcome - they were never in any danger of relegation, but were always well away from a UICA challenge. I can see more of the same this time round, they're just painfully average and a bit boring, with no way of making a difference.
Prediction: 11th

Dřukahir
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Last season: 1st, B-League (promoted)
Home stadium: Arena Coezeni, Dřukahir (29,400)
After winning the B-League and reaching the group stage of the SBCC, Dřukahir fans are going to be brought down to earth with a bump. They carried a lot of luck last season, but with a paper-thin squad and no opportunities to develop the team, it's looking like a long and ultimately fruitless season for the second tier champions. They'll fight bravely, but...
Prediction: 20th, relegated

Fojvalva Dragons
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Last season: 12th
Home stadium: The Dragons' Lair, Fojvalva (36,940)
Anything could happen to this team over the coming season. They're good enough to avoid a relegation battle and I don't think they're going to get dragged into one, but they're not really good enough to bother the big boys. They should be comfortably safe - they look calm on the ball and they don't panic when in trouble, and that should get them through the season alright.
Prediction: 15th

Inovita
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Last season: 13th
Home stadium: Parc Četatii, Inovita (47,200)
A promising start for Inovita gradually faded away until they settled in mid-table, where they would remain until the end of the season. They don't have the players to maintain a strong and stable top-half challenge, and the back end of last season was plagued by injury and fitness problems. I can't see that changing - Inovita have a lot of work to do.
Prediction: 13th

Junulara Fojvalva
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Last season: 7th
Home stadium: Stadion Junularii, Fojvalva (32,740)
Seventh place was an incredible finish for Junulara with a tight budget and a limited squad. They needed some luck to get themselves there, but they still did what they needed to in the end, and there are rumours of a UICA challenge this season. However, they've had to cut the budget, and I can see them slowly regressing to mid-table.
Prediction: 12th

Kasmenai Phoenix
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Last season: 3rd, B-League (promoted via playoffs)
Home stadium: Ter Komunada, Kasmenai (24,000)
Kasmenai have shown just how a recently promoted team should prepare for life in the top tier. They've cut the deadwood, brought in some new talent and have set themselves up to stay in the division. They were the highest goalscorers in last year's B-League and they've still got the attacking potency which should mean they are able to survive. They've got enough in them to escape the drop. And, uh, whoever designed that away kit should be taken out and shot.
Prediction: 16th

Litora United
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Last season: 2nd
Home stadium: Stadion Munisipaliya, Litora (47,500)
After an astonishing first season in which they shoehorned their way into the top two, between the Mi'ato clubs, Litora seem to have just run out of money. The sale of talented youngster Milan Beskid to Basil AC allowed them to stave off the prospect of administration, but you can't help feeling that money is going to haunt this club for some time yet. Top four would be incredibly generous to them.
Prediction: 5th

Mi'ato
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Last season: Champions
Home stadium: Stadion "Lumar Beqiri", Mi'ato (67,260)
What a season it was for Mi'ato. Thanks to the goals of Čyran Malpomir, they grabbed a stunning double (becoming, so far, the only Kinitar club to ever win a trophy). But the goals also came from all areas of the field as Mi'ato swept aside all comers. It's going to be tough for them to retain their crown, and I just feel that they haven't quite done enough over the close season.
Prediction: 2nd

Mi'ato City
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Last season: 3rd
Home stadium: Stadion Orašii, Mi'ato (69,000)
City had to do something. A 3-0 reverse in the cross-capital derby in the penultimate week of the season gifted their bitter rivals the title, followed up with a 1-0 defeat in the same fixture, which happened to be a cup final. Manager Andel Rieger has promised better this season, and with an attacking formation, and a front three of Sabčot, Mihalcič and new signing Royce, they are the new force to be reckoned with in the Premier Division.
Prediction: 1st, champions

Ščela Rapide
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Last season: 17th
Home stadium: Parc Rapidii, Ščela (30,620)
After a season spent languishing in the relegation zone, they saved themselves on the last day of the season with a dramatic win over Serenberg that sent Čilibeni down instead. They're looking at another struggle to stay up this season - their defence is too easily breached and they offer very little attacking threat. Sadly, miracles don't happen twice.
Prediction: 18th, relegated

Spartak Rexitova
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Last season: 10th
Home stadium: Arena "Spartak", Rexitova (38,400)
Spartak are yet another mid-table team who aren't really going to be troubling either end of the table come the end of the season. They've got a solid but not spectacular defence, and they can score goals when it matters, so there's little chance of them going down, but a top four spot remains just a pipe dream for Spartak fans.
Prediction: 14th

FC Serenberg
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Last season: 8th
Home stadium: Stadion Republicana, Serenberg (49,830)
They have a great squad on paper, but they're just lacking something to hold it together. Whether it's coaching, or management techniques, or simply team chemistry, Serenberg were consistently unable to go on a decent run of results last season. They'll be hoping for that to change this year, having kept much the same squad. Outsiders for a possible UICA challenge.
Prediction: 7th

Unione de Fule
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Last season: 14th
Home stadium: Stadion Proletare, Fule (41,520)
They were blighted by injury last season and fell off into the bottom half of the table without some key players. This season, they'll hope to be reinvigorated and with some better luck, they'll hope to push into the top ten. They play some attractive passing football, but this can lead to a deficit of goals, which really doesn't help them, as good as their defence may be.
Prediction: 9th

Universita Tirinthea
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Last season: 5th
Home stadium: Stadion Universitii, Tirinthea (40,000)
Tirinthea don't play on university grounds any more, nor are they formally associated with the institution, but they still maintain good links and continue to use the university's name and colours. They have set themselves a target of Globe Cup qualification for the coming season, and with a young and skilful squad, that's not out of their reach. They came so close last year - I think they'll get in this season.
Prediction: 4th

You may note that most of the teams above are not sponsored. The Kinitar Premier Division welcomes international sponsorship - and any company may sponsor a Kinitar team with just a telegram containing the company's logo and the team you'd like to sponsor. Note that some teams (Chyri, 1. Maja, and the two Dinamo teams) reject all sponsorship out of principle.
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Postby Aguazul » Mon Sep 10, 2012 6:57 am

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Cygnus Cup XVII


FINAL (at Estadio Conabora, San Pablo, Aguazul)
(VLD)               AS Bezieres  e 4–2    Northbrook Diamonds FK       (PIS)  (2–2 FT)


Congratulations to Valladar team AS Bezieres, who once again successfully defend their title as the champion of national cup winners. They are the first team to win three Cygnus Cups. The tournament will now revert to Aelsh control.

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Postby Zwangzug » Mon Sep 10, 2012 8:31 am

The Kerlagrad Courier
This going to confuse a bunch of college kids in half a year

After a putative half-century of interassociational club football matches mediated by the Union of International Club Associations, and most recently the completion of the forty-second Champions’ Cup, it is pretty much a certainty that many of these matches will mystify undergraduates in six months' time.

Beyond the live broadcasts of matches, and even tape-delayed replays several hours after they take place, these games will be replayed well out of what more knowledgeable people might deem "football season." In an effort to compensate for this, dates may or may not be subtly placed on the broadcast to indicate that the action is not live. This could potentially involve parenthetical notes to explain the nuances of the Bedistani calendar and concede that calendric conventions differ wildly among the various associations.

The games will then be displayed on TVs in dining halls at institutions which wish to give the impression that they are either hip and cosmopolitan (despite not being able to locate any of these clubs' home cities on a map), places where sports are prized (despite having no athletic scholarships or anything for any sports whatsoever), or simply places where sports need not go hand in hand with crime sprees (despite going hand in certain other body parts). Students, creatures of habit for the most part, who enter the dining halls at the same time every day for short times will then have various experiences of watching the replays. For some, it will always be kickoff after kickoff; others will see final whistle after final whistle. Another group will always show up just in time for stoppage time of the first half, stick around until it elapses, then wander off with sundry and uncertain thoughts.

All this might yet lead to education were the matches to be elaborately labeled. Were a small row of text at the bottom of the screen to indicate that one of the clubs in question was AS Bezieres, who play in the city of Bezieres in the country of Valladares, and that they were opposing FC Axel Heiburg, of Axel Heiburg in the Polar Islandstates, this could provide for an introduction to the details of Rushmori geopolitics. However, such a thing will not ever happen.

Instead, clubs will be identified by series of three letters, and since the match will be zoomed out so far that players are best identified as "the red team" and "the green team," the collegiates will be puzzled trying to figure out which of last year's competitors are represented. To the extent that any of them have friends to eat with, most of them will have more enjoyment trying to identify clubs and associations based only on trigrammes before their friends can than any of them will have ever had from playing football. More solitary diners can at least compete against the clock, trying to figure out who is who before the end of stoppage time of the first half.

Of the clubs thus represented in the Champions’ Cup group stage, R[aynor] C[ity] U[nited]'s exploits make them somewhat more likely than average to be guessed, months after the televised matches actually occurred. "Yub" will also seem vaguely familiar, although the collapse of the Cafundelense league makes this task far harder than it would otherwise be. The improbable success of Tarahal Lake Athletic and subsequent displays of "TLA" in the corner of the screen will cause many young adults to declare that "now they're just messing with us."

However, there is reason for hope. This edition of the Globe Cup saw FKM make the final, and as such every knockout round of that tournament could inspire students to watch and go "wait a minute, I know this one."

Elsewhere in today's special football edition
*Barnstormers held to shock draw; parity immiment?
*"How will Aeropag handle the demands of running all the UICA competitions without collapsing?" opines ignoramus unsure how Paripanan society hasn't collapsed by now
*Fan nostalgic for days of "Albrecht Scorpions" and "Dunboor Lions" recognizes existence of "Yuba Blues" and "Murmansk Oranges" [sic]
*"Undersized pitches and undergraduate dreamers beyond even Football Everywhere's power to help" declares upset barnstormer

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Postby Mashiki » Mon Sep 10, 2012 12:48 pm

Mashiki F.A Presents:
Lige den Premierens I


Mashiki's National Football team has become increasingly popular throughout Mashiki, and the demand for a national club league is increasing. The Mashiki F.A have finally given in to public demands and released a brand spanking new Mashiki Club League, officially known as 'Lige den Premierens' (meaning League of Premiers). However most people just know it as The Football League, as it is the only one of its kind in the country. There is only on professional division, followed up by 6 amateur divisions spread across the land. The basic rules are:

- Top team qualifies for the Champions' Cup.
- 2nd and 3rd placed teams qualify for the Globe Cup.
- Final Globe Cup place goes to the winner of the 'Copen den te Nazionen' (Cup of the Nation'). If this is won by a top three placed team, the final place goes to the fourth place spot.
- Bottom three teams get relegated.
- Two teams with the most points get promoted to Lige den Premierens'.
- Other 4 teams get put in a play-off pod to determine who gets the final promotion place.

All the teams in the top division look pretty much at an even at the moment, so anything can happen during the season. So without further ado, here is the leaderboard at the end of the season:

Lige den Primerens Standings

Team P W D L For Ag +/- Pts
1 South Bartal 46 24 13 9 62 37 +25 85
2 Darting Baltana 46 21 12 13 48 44 +4 75
3 S.C Tubushu 46 21 11 14 40 31 +9 74
4 F.C Dagnar United 46 19 14 13 60 49 +11 71
5 Gushu Baltana 46 19 13 14 70 59 +11 70
6 St Bradley's City 46 18 15 13 39 29 +10 69
7 Falafal United 46 19 11 16 54 50 +4 68
8 Syriak Guadir 46 19 9 18 73 73 +0 66
9 Destina Masquet 46 16 17 13 27 27 +0 65
10 Olympic Partiad 46 16 14 16 69 66 +3 62
11 Sporting Barassia 46 16 14 16 53 50 +3 62
12 Galapana Islanders 46 16 13 17 54 56 -2 61
13 A.C Barassia 46 15 16 15 42 45 -3 61
14 Maden Galapana 46 13 21 12 39 40 -1 60
15 Athletic Rigana 46 16 12 18 56 61 -5 60
16 F.C United Guadir 46 17 7 22 56 65 -9 58
17 R.C Rigana 46 15 13 18 45 54 -9 58
18 Faladi Republic 46 14 14 18 61 65 -4 56
19 Partia Guadir 46 11 22 13 57 57 +0 55
20 National St Bradley's 46 14 12 20 38 48 -10 54
21 Masquet United 46 15 8 23 57 65 -8 53
22 Racing Tubushu 46 13 13 20 36 42 -6 52
23 Crucia Faladi 46 14 9 23 47 57 -10 51
24 U.F.C Dagnar 46 12 15 19 33 46 -13 51


So South Bartal take the 1st league title of Mashiki, and my word did they storm to victory. A full 10 points ahead of nearest rivals Darting Baltana. Bartal take the Champions' Cup place. Also looking forward to international football next season will be Darting Baltana and S.C Tubushu, after their 2nd and 3rd place finishes.

However, down at the bottom, 3 teams are facing relegation, even though it may have been close. In last place is U.F.C Dagnar, who were looking forward to a good season, but failed to stay in the eague. Also fallen are Crucia Faladi and Racing Tubushu, the sister club of S.C Tubushu. There are mixed fortunes in the city of Tubushu this year... But with the amateur leagues still not over yet, there is still all to play for, and we don't know who will be the new promotion candidates this year. Also up for grabs is the notorious Copen den te Nazionen, who's prize will offer international football for the winners. F.C Dagnar United will be prayoing for a winner in the top three, as they look to steal the final place from their fourth position. But for a month or two, we will never know the result.

Champions Cup:
South Bartal

Globe Cup:
Darting Baltana
S.C Tubushu
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Relegated:
Racing Tubushu
Crucia Faladi
U.F.C Dagnar

Promoted:
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Postby Apox » Mon Sep 10, 2012 3:02 pm

Apox National League Season 2 Overview


No.  Club                  Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Dwile Warriors 22 14 6 2 48 26 +22 48 CC
2 Gwinevra Barbarians 22 11 8 3 56 41 +15 41 GC
3 Urbanista 22 12 3 7 48 38 +10 39 GC
4 Dwile Central 22 10 4 8 52 45 +7 34 GC

5 Wrexton F.C 22 7 9 6 28 27 +1 30
6 F.C Brimstone 22 8 5 9 41 42 −1 29
7 Issington F.C 22 8 5 9 33 36 −3 29
8 Egloskerry 22 6 8 8 41 45 −4 26
9 Barbury Town 22 6 5 11 32 36 −4 23
10 Exton F.C 22 5 8 9 28 39 −11 23
11 Sunshine Athletic 22 5 6 11 34 47 −13 21 Relegated
12 Southtown 22 6 1 15 33 52 −19 19 Relegated


Full season info and statistics can be found on my newswire, found here - viewtopic.php?f=7&t=191679

UICA Competition Entries
N.B - Below this league, only regional divisions exist, so there will be no entries to the Serie B Champions Cup.
Champions Cup - Dwile Warriors
Globe Cup - Gwinevra Barbarians, Urbanista and Dwile Central

Esportiva Champions League
Dwile Warriors, Gwinevra Barbarians, Urbnaista and Dwile Central
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Postby Westros » Wed Sep 12, 2012 8:10 am

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The Second Division has ended and with results showing that Bear Village
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are Champions and will also be going to the Super League (First Division).

In Second Place Cristianity
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who has been promoted to the top flight for the first time in 40 years.

Wining the Play-off final is Juventude of Faros
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who just tipped past DrogonsBridge SC 2-1 to gain the last promotion spot.


Bear Village, Cristianity, Juventude of Faros and DragonsBridge SC will all be going to the Series B Champions Cup


League Table and Results can be read Here : http://sportstables.appspot.com/?table=1326170



Next Time we will see how the 3rd divisions ended and see the final results of the Super League
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Postby West Zirconia » Thu Sep 13, 2012 4:01 pm

The WZNL Playoffs:

Division One Playoff:

Semi-Final
East Snaith 0-1 Moorcroft Wanderers
Moorcroft Wanderers 2-1 East Snaith
Aggregate: East Snaith 1-3 Moorcroft Wanderers

Grimshaw Town 1-2 Buckby Town
Buckby Town 0-3 Grimshaw Town
Aggregate: Grimshaw Town 4-2 Buckby Town


Final
Moorcroft Wanderers 3-0 Grimshaw Town


Division Three Playoff:

Skelton Town 2-0 Underwood Town


To complete the league expansion, four teams, yet to be named, will be admitted into Division Three. Promotion and relegation for next season will be as follows:

Division One:
One team will be automatically relegated, the second-from-bottom side going in to the playoff.

Division Two:
Three teams will be automatically promoted, the teams placed 4-6 going in to the playoff.
One team will be relegated.

Division Three (North and South):
Two teams from each section will be automatically promoted. The third-placed teams in each section will go into the playoff.

This will give Divisions One and Two twenty teams each, and Division Three forty teams, divided between North and South.
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Califan Solidarity League (new multiassociational league)

Postby Free South Califas » Fri Sep 14, 2012 11:59 pm

Please see the following sportswire posts:


Champions Cup:
1. 479Thousand Oaks (FSC)
Globe Cup:
1. 383Bakersfield (FSC)
2. Rancho Cucamonga (FSC)
3. Fontana (FSC)
4. 614Santa Maria (FSC)
Series B Champions' Cup: (eliminate from the bottom as necessary; per my understanding of UICA rules, FSC, FRU should be included at minimum, etc.)
1. El Centro (FSC)
2. Santa Ana (FSC)
3. Tijuana Libre (FSC)
4. Moreno Valley (FSC)
5. Needles (FSC)
6. Optics (FRU)
7. Sporting Haifa (IAC)
8. Buffalo (UKC)
Cygnus Cup: (eliminate from the bottom as necessary; FSC should be included at absolute minimum, etc.)
1. 383Bakersfield (FSC)
2. Peace Studies (FRU)
3. SC Ramat Gan (IAC)
Atlantian Oceania Champions League:
1. Sporting Haifa (IAC)
2 if included. SC Ramat Gan (IAC)


Thanks for the tenacious work, as always, hosts :)
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Postby 19th Century Beards » Sat Sep 15, 2012 12:55 am

19th Century Beards football league, Season 3

Premier League

MD1
Ministry of Sport 1–1 Ribble Street
Kingsway Lane 1–2 Ministry of Finance
Sneezum Lane 0–1 Rushton Capitals
Rushton Nature Reserve United 0–0 Rushton Juniors
Rushton Road 2–1 Out of Capital Towns
Police Service 2–1 Caws Lane

MD2
Ribble Street 0–1 Caws Lane
Out of Capital Towns 1–0 Police Service
Rushton Juniors 0–1 Rushton Road
Rushton Capitals 3–0 Rushton Nature Reserve United
Ministry of Finance 1–0 Sneezum Lane
Ministry of Sport 2–2 Kingsway Lane

MD3
Kingsway Lane 1–0 Ribble Street
Sneezum Lane 2–1 Ministry of Sport
Rushton Nature Reserve United 1–1 Ministry of Finance
Rushton Road 1–0 Rushton Capitals
Police Service 1–1 Rushton Juniors
Caws Lane 1–0 Out of Capital Towns

MD4
Ribble Street 3–2 Out of Capital Towns
Rushton Juniors 2–0 Caws Lane
Rushton Capitals 0–3 Police Service
Ministry of Finance 3–1 Rushton Road
Ministry of Sport 0–1 Rushton Nature Reserve United
Kingsway Lane 0–1 Sneezum Lane

MD5
Sneezum Lane 2–3 Ribble Street
Rushton Nature Reserve United 3–2 Kingsway Lane
Rushton Road 0–0 Ministry of Sport
Police Service 0–1 Ministry of Finance
Caws Lane 0–2 Rushton Capitals
Out of Capital Towns 0–1 Rushton Juniors

MD6
Ribble Street 3–0 Rushton Juniors
Rushton Capitals 1–0 Out of Capital Towns
Ministry of Finance 0–2 Caws Lane
Ministry of Sport 0–1 Police Service
Kingsway Lane 0–1 Rushton Road
Sneezum Lane 1–0 Rushton Nature Reserve United

MD7
Rushton Nature Reserve United 0–0 Ribble Street
Rushton Road 0–1 Sneezum Lane
Police Service 4–2 Kingsway Lane
Caws Lane 1–2 Ministry of Sport
Out of Capital Towns 2–0 Ministry of Finance
Rushton Juniors 0–2 Rushton Capitals

MD8
Ribble Street 1–1 Rushton Capitals
Ministry of Finance 1–0 Rushton Juniors
Ministry of Sport 1–0 Out of Capital Towns
Kingsway Lane 2–1 Caws Lane
Sneezum Lane 1–0 Police Service
Rushton Nature Reserve United 2–1 Rushton Road

MD9
Rushton Road 0–0 Ribble Street
Police Service 3–3 Rushton Nature Reserve United
Caws Lane 0–0 Sneezum Lane
Out of Capital Towns 0–1 Kingsway Lane
Rushton Juniors 1–0 Ministry of Sport
Rushton Capitals 1–0 Ministry of Finance

MD10
Ribble Street 2–3 Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Sport 0–0 Rushton Capitals
Kingsway Lane 0–1 Rushton Juniors
Sneezum Lane 0–0 Out of Capital Towns
Rushton Nature Reserve United 0–0 Caws Lane
Rushton Road 0–0 Police Service

MD11
Police Service 1–0 Ribble Street
Caws Lane 0–1 Rushton Road
Out of Capital Towns 2–2 Rushton Nature Reserve United
Rushton Juniors 1–0 Sneezum Lane
Rushton Capitals 1–0 Kingsway Lane
Ministry of Finance 1–0 Ministry of Sport

MD12
Ribble Street 0–2 Ministry of Sport
Ministry of Finance 3–0 Kingsway Lane
Rushton Capitals 2–1 Sneezum Lane
Rushton Juniors 1–0 Rushton Nature Reserve United
Out of Capital Towns 0–0 Rushton Road
Caws Lane 5–2 Police Service

MD13
Caws Lane 1–0 Ribble Street
Police Service 0–2 Out of Capital Towns
Rushton Road 4–1 Rushton Juniors
Rushton Nature Reserve United 1–2 Rushton Capitals
Sneezum Lane 2–1 Ministry of Finance
Kingsway Lane 1–1 Ministry of Sport

MD14
Ribble Street 2–4 Kingsway Lane
Ministry of Sport 1–2 Sneezum Lane
Ministry of Finance 1–0 Rushton Nature Reserve United
Rushton Capitals 1–1 Rushton Road
Rushton Juniors 0–1 Police Service
Out of Capital Towns 3–5 Caws Lane

MD15
Out of Capital Towns 0–1 Ribble Street
Caws Lane 2–2 Rushton Juniors
Police Service 1–0 Rushton Capitals
Rushton Road 0–1 Ministry of Finance
Rushton Nature Reserve United 2–3 Ministry of Sport
Sneezum Lane 1–0 Kingsway Lane

MD16
Ribble Street 2–1 Sneezum Lane
Kingsway Lane 1–0 Rushton Nature Reserve United
Ministry of Sport 0–0 Rushton Road
Ministry of Finance 2–0 Police Service
Rushton Capitals 0–3 Caws Lane
Rushton Juniors 0–2 Out of Capital Towns

MD17
Rushton Juniors 0–0 Ribble Street
Out of Capital Towns 1–1 Rushton Capitals
Caws Lane 1–1 Ministry of Finance
Police Service 2–1 Ministry of Sport
Rushton Road 2–0 Kingsway Lane
Rushton Nature Reserve United 0–0 Sneezum Lane

MD18
Ribble Street 1–0 Rushton Nature Reserve United
Sneezum Lane 0–0 Rushton Road
Kingsway Lane 0–0 Police Service
Ministry of Sport 1–0 Caws Lane
Ministry of Finance 2–0 Out of Capital Towns
Rushton Capitals 0–1 Rushton Juniors

MD19
Rushton Capitals 1–1 Ribble Street
Rushton Juniors 2–1 Ministry of Finance
Out of Capital Towns 0–2 Ministry of Sport
Caws Lane 2–0 Kingsway Lane
Police Service 2–2 Sneezum Lane
Rushton Road 1–1 Rushton Nature Reserve United

MD20
Ribble Street 1–1 Rushton Road
Rushton Nature Reserve United 0–0 Police Service
Sneezum Lane 2–1 Caws Lane
Kingsway Lane 3–2 Out of Capital Towns
Ministry of Sport 2–0 Rushton Juniors
Ministry of Finance 2–3 Rushton Capitals

MD21
Ministry of Finance 1–0 Ribble Street
Rushton Capitals 1–0 Ministry of Sport
Rushton Juniors 0–1 Kingsway Lane
Out of Capital Towns 2–0 Sneezum Lane
Caws Lane 1–1 Rushton Nature Reserve United
Police Service 0–7 Rushton Road

MD22
Ribble Street 1–0 Police Service
Rushton Road 4–0 Caws Lane
Rushton Nature Reserve United 0–0 Out of Capital Towns
Sneezum Lane 1–0 Rushton Juniors
Kingsway Lane 0–1 Rushton Capitals
Ministry of Sport 0–0 Ministry of Finance


No                                   Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Ministry of Finance 22 13 3 6 28 18 +10 42 C

2 Rushton Capitals 22 12 5 5 24 17 +7 41
3 Rushton Road 22 9 9 4 28 12 +16 36
4 Sneezum Lane 22 10 5 7 20 18 +2 35
5 Police Service 22 8 6 8 23 30 −7 30
6 Caws Lane 22 8 5 9 28 27 +1 29
7 Ministry of Sport 22 7 7 8 20 18 +2 28
8 Ribble Street 22 7 7 8 22 23 −1 28
9 Rushton Juniors 22 8 4 10 14 22 −8 28
10 Kingsway Lane 22 7 3 12 21 30 −9 24
11 Out of Capital Towns 22 5 5 12 20 26 −6 20
12 Rushton Nature Reserve United 22 3 11 8 17 24 −7 20


Beards Cup
First Round
Out of Capital Towns 3–0 Kingsway Lane
Rushton Juniors 0–1 Ribble Street
Rushton Nature Reserve United 0–0 Ministry of Sport (0–0 AET) (3–2 pen.)
Rushton Road 0–0 Caws Lane (0–1 AET)

Quarter finals
Rushton Capitals 1–0 Out of Capital Towns
Rushton Nature Reserve United 2–2 Police Service (2–2 AET) (5–4 pen.)
Caws Lane 1–0 Ribble Street
Sneezum Lane 1–2 Ministry of Finance

Semi finals
Rushton Capitals 0–0 Rushton Nature Reserve United (0–0 AET) (3–4 pen.)
Caws Lane 1–0 Ministry of Finance

Final
Caws Lane 0–1 Rushton Nature Reserve United

Super Cup
Rushton Capitals 2–2 Rushton Nature Reserve United (2–2 AET) (2–4 pen.)




19th Century Beards' entrants to international competitions are:
Champions Cup: Ministry of Finance
Globe Cup: Rushton Capitals, Rushton Road, Sneezum Lane
Cygnus Cup: Rushton Nature Reserve United
Esportiva Champions League: Ministry of Finance, Rushton Capitals, Rushton Road, Sneezum Lane
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Farfadillis wrote:Or maybe something that may sound extremely crazy: he plays but doesn't score, while another player of yours does. :O
I know it may sound ridiculous, but it can prepare you for a distant future when Val Kylx has to retire. It can also help you write a creative RP.


Scrap that, Birolika's idea is awesome.

That might be the first time one of my ideas hasn't been met with the response, "Fine, but where are you going to get all those yaks from?"


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TSP Premiership


The Pathfinder Technologies TSP Premiership for association football brings together top clubs representing the national associations of 19 countries to build a worthy competitor to the wildly-successful TSP Super 20 Rugby League in that sport. Thirty-two clubs were selected to represent the associations for the first five years, with each association guaranteed one club and larger countries allocated the remaining slots by size up to a four-club maximum.

Competition combines the best features of sectional home-and-away play with the excitement of a single-elimination cup. The full calendar plays out over 21 weeks. Fourteen weeks are devoted to home-and-away cycles within each of the four regions, with results having significant cup impact in addition to the Regional Banners and prize money for the stage.

First-place sides in each region gain byes to the quarterfinals (four-round byes), placing them one win away from likely UICA nomination and three wins away from the premiership. Second-place sides fare almost as well, with three-round byes to the octofinals. Third and fourth place sides gain one bye for their efforts, with all other sides starting from the opening round. Cup rounds are single-leg ties with home advantage strictly by seed, 1 to 32, based first on placement within the division then by points, goal differential, goals scored, and lots. The first-place club with the best record is thus guaranteed home ground for each round, making the regular season far from meaningless. Ultimately seven rounds of play will crown a lone champion.



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Northwest Region
Fort Mackinac (Fort Mackinac/FTM)
Gilwell Owls (Baden-Powell/BPO)
Misesstadt (St Murray/SMU)
Nakamura Samurai (Checkmate/CKM)
New Zion (New Deseret/NDE)
Polgar City Monarchs (Checkmate/CKM)
Rothbardton Wednesday (St Murray/SMU)
South Partridge (New Deseret/NDE)

Northeast Region
Bickerton (SarahRed-n-BarryBlue/SBB)
Cookie Cove (Girl Guiding/GGD)
Earth Base One (Skoltaro Kosma/SKK)
Grotius (Natural Law/NTL)
Independence (SarahRed-n-BarryBlue/SBB)
Iqaluit (Baffin Island/BFI)
Lake Calhoun (SarahRed-n-BarryBlue/SBB)
Wasilla (SarahRed-n-BarryBlue/SBB)

Southwest Region
Alice Springs (Waltzing Matilda/WTZ)
Bountiful (Green Jello Salad/GJS)
Grant's Pass (Helam/HLM)
Kimball United (Helam/HLM)
Meadowlands Wanderers (Green Jello Salad/GJS) from Oxford
Murray Bridge (Waltzing Matilda/WTZ)
Upper Jordan (Green Jello Salad/GJS) from Spring Hill
Vatnsoyrar (Vagar/VGR)

Southeast Region
Blacksburg Rangers (Ka Mate/KAM)
Glomsteg (Matimar/MAT)
Mangum Kickers (Carrie Underwood/CUN)
Mesitgrup Gomtum (Matimar/MAT)
Oxley Vale (Crystal Palace/CPL)
Pasgarmises (Matimar/MAT)
Scottville Scouts (Ross Island/ROS)
Sgotmel (Matimar/MAT)



Tables

Pathfinder Technologies TSP Premiership

Northwest Region Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Rothbardton Wednesday 14 8 3 3 34 16 +18 27 Regional Banner
2 Misesstadt 14 9 0 5 22 20 +2 27
3 South Partridge 14 7 2 5 24 17 +7 23
4 Polgar City Monarchs 14 7 1 6 21 21 0 22
5 Nakamura Samurai 14 7 1 6 15 22 −7 22
6 Gilwell Owls 14 6 2 6 22 16 +6 20
7 New Zion 14 5 1 8 19 21 −2 16
8 Fort Mackinac 14 1 2 11 6 30 −24 5

Northeast Region Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Cookie Cove 14 8 4 2 20 5 +15 28 Regional Banner
2 Wasilla 14 8 3 3 15 12 +3 27
3 Independence 14 5 5 4 25 22 +3 20
4 Grotius 14 4 8 2 19 18 +1 20
5 Lake Calhoun 14 4 4 6 24 20 +4 16
6 Bickerton 14 3 5 6 17 23 −6 14
7 Iqaluit 14 3 4 7 17 23 −6 13
8 Earth Base One 14 2 5 7 14 28 −14 11

Southeast Region Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Pasgarmises 14 8 4 2 21 8 +13 28 Regional Banner
2 Blacksburg Rangers 14 9 1 4 26 19 +7 28
3 Oxley Vale 14 6 5 3 24 14 +10 23
4 Sgotmel 14 5 6 3 14 10 +4 21
5 Mesitgrup Gomtum 14 5 5 4 19 14 +5 20
6 Scottville Scouts 14 3 4 7 13 18 −5 13
7 Glomsteg 14 3 2 9 11 31 −20 11
8 Mangum Kickers 14 2 3 9 11 25 −14 9

Southwest Region Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Murray Bridge 14 9 3 2 34 16 +18 30 Regional Banner
2 Bountiful 14 7 3 4 21 13 +8 24
3 Vatnsoyrar 14 5 6 3 13 13 0 21
4 Alice Springs 14 5 6 3 16 17 −1 21
5 Upper Jordan 14 6 0 8 22 24 −2 18
6 Kimball United 14 4 5 5 18 20 −2 17
7 Meadowlands Wanderers 14 4 3 7 14 16 −2 15
8 Grant's Pass 14 2 2 10 6 25 −19 8


Cup stage -- Round #1
Nakamura Samurai (CKM) 1–4 Fort Mackinac (FTM)
Mesitgrup Gomtum (MAT) 3–1 Grant's Pass (HLM)
Upper Jordan (GJS) 3–0 Mangum Kickers (CUN)
Lake Calhoun (SBB) 1–0 Earth Base One (SKK)
Gilwell Owls (BPO) 4–1 Glomsteg (MAT)
Kimball United (HLM) 3–0 Iqaluit (BFI)
Bickerton (SBB) 1–2 Meadowlands Wanderers (GJS)
Scottville Scouts (ROS) 2–4 New Zion (NDE)

Cup stage -- Round #2
Grotius (NTL) 3–0 Fort Mackinac (FTM)
Oxley Vale (CPL) 3–1 Mesitgrup Gomtum (MAT)
Sgotmel (MAT) 1–1 Upper Jordan (GJS) (1–1 AET) (2–4 pen.)
Vatnsoyrar (VGR) 0–3 Lake Calhoun (SBB)
Polgar City Monarchs (CKM) 3–1 Gilwell Owls (BPO)
Independence (SBB) 0–1 Kimball United (HLM)
Alice Springs (WTZ) 6–0 Meadowlands Wanderers (GJS)
South Partridge (NDE) 2–2 New Zion (NDE) (2–3 AET)

Cup stage -- Round #3
Oxley Vale (CPL) 2–0 Grotius (NTL)
Upper Jordan (GJS) 0–1 Lake Calhoun (SBB)
Polgar City Monarchs (CKM) 1–0 Kimball United (HLM)
Alice Springs (WTZ) 2–3 New Zion (NDE)

Cup stage -- Round #4 (Octofinals)
Bountiful (GJS) 1–2 Oxley Vale (CPL)
Wasilla (SBB) 3–1 Lake Calhoun (SBB)
Blacksburg Rangers (KAM) 0–1 Polgar City Monarchs (CKM)
Misesstadt (SMU) 1–0 New Zion (NDE)

Cup stage -- Round #5 (Quarterfinals)
Murray Bridge (WTZ) 0–1 Oxley Vale (CPL)
Pasgarmises (MAT) 2–3 Wasilla (SBB)
Rothbardton Wednesday (SMU) 3–1 Polgar City Monarchs (CKM)
Cookie Cove (GGD) 1–0 Misesstadt (SMU)

Cup stage -- Round #6 (Semifinals)
Wasilla (SBB) 2–1 Oxley Vale (CPL)
Cookie Cove (GGD) 2–2 Rothbardton Wednesday (SMU) (3–2 AET)

Cup stage -- Round #7 (Final)
Cookie Cove (GGD) 1–0 Wasilla (SBB)
And Cookie Cove of Girl Guiding win the inaugural premiership!

UICA Qualifications

Champions' Cup: Cookie Cove (GGD).
Globe Cup: Wasilla (SBB), Rothbardton Wednesday (SMU), Oxley Vale (CPL).
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Following the recent results of the Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 of Kitsunia-Deesse, these are the Kitsunia-Deesse's representants.

TQCC: AJ Fortune
GC: Armée de la Déesse, Olympique Caenne, Girondins du Soleiville
SBCC: Sportive Santerbourg, Lillinnes Athletique, Defians du Sioux, Olympique Doctriville
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Gordonopia Premier League
2015 Season Preview


The Gordonopia Premier League truly came of age following the 2014 season, which saw a number of records and firsts, including the first time a team managed to top both the regular season and the Gordonopia Cup. Now, with a second Champions' Cup berth in hand, both of those titles have even greater meaning. With both portions of the football year bringing a TQCC spot, the league will only be a more competitive affair.

Although a number of veterans, including UICA and National Team heroes, will likely make a huge impact on the league, it is the notable surge in young players that may bring a new element to the game. The number of starting-eleven players in their teens has increased from eight in 2014 to twelve, while the average age of a number of older teams has decreased significantly.

The 2015 season will hopefully take everything that made last year great, and elevate it. As clubs become more competitive and more renowned around the world, every game will mean that much more. As squads vie for the Champions' Cup spots, and the chance to make history to perhaps become the first Gordonopian team to move into that competition's knockout round, top sides will have to play that much harder. As young hopefuls and old powerhouses fight to the end, Gordonopian football will be that much better.

Click here for statistics on all teams, as well as starting 11 rosters

Alec Göttlieb from Fusba United to Plains
Alexi Smith from Willingham AC to Union Holiday
Alphonse Lang from National University of Gordonopia to Gordonopia FC
Alwin Yates from Latimere United Reserve to Starting Eleven
Bruce Babbock retire from Latimere United
Bryce Marshall from Territories Alliance to Basin Plain
Carl Bonhoffer retire from Bolsom Sport
Casey Toller from Kaje Football to Territories Alliance
Cedric Metz from Union Holiday Academy to Starting Eleven
Charles DeLaney from Territories Alliance to West Tolten
Colin North from München SV to FC Gordonopia City
Conrad Thorpe from München SV to Territories Alliance
Daniel Hudson retire from FC Gordonopia City
David Ramsey from Gordonopia FC to Reichsburg FC
Davis Wilkins retire from Kaje Football
Denver Robert from FC Gordonopia City Reserve to Starting Eleven
Deonte van Tonder from Kjeldor Knights to New Capetown Falcons (Taeshan)
Edgar Merril retire from Territories Alliance
Erick Dohman from Willingham AC Academy to Starting Eleven
Fitz Simmons retire from Plains
Francis Garret from Bolsom Sport to Willingham AC
Fritz Wilmer retire from Union Holiday
Gabriel Ruiz from Tumbes FC (Western Cuba) to Teva FC
Griffin Watson from FC Gordonopia City Reserve to Starting Eleven
Heinrich Mitter from Plains to Bellum Neu
Hugh Penn from Bolsom Sport to Reinheim Metro
Hugh Seaver retire from Reichsburg FC
John Statham from West Tolten Reserve to Starting Eleven
James Royce from West Tolten to Mi'ato City (Kinitaria)
Jay Neuman from FC Deska Reserve to Starting Eleven
Jerrod Lucas from Fusba United Reserve to Starting Eleven
Jimi Koenigsmann from Union Holiday to Basin Plain
Johannes Leitz from Gordonopia FC to Bellum Neu
Julian Hess from Kensington College to Fusba United
Julius Alberts retire from Fusba United
Kevin Page from Fusba United Academy to Starting Eleven
Konrad Croft from Latimere United Academy to Starting Eleven
Lamar Trevis from Kjeldor Knights Reserve to Starting Eleven
Lucas Osborne from FC Deska to Basin Plain
Ludwig Strauss retire from FC Deska
Luther Burke retire from West Tolten
Martin Lowe from Reichsburg FC to Basin Plain
Mathis Raines retire from FC Gordonopia City
Matthias Schuhmacher retire from West Tolten
Maximillian Wasser retire from FC Deska
Michael Yamada from S.C. Williamstown (Saer)to Gordonopia FC
Mikah Laslo from FC Deska Academy to Starting Eleven
Omar Percy from Bolsom Sport to West Tolten
Osbourne Smedley retire from Willingham AC
Patrick Vann from Latimere United Reserve to Starting Eleven
Robert Spears from Latimere United to Basin Plain
Roderick Heintze from Union Holiday to Bellum Neu
Roger Webster from Centralia University to Plains
Sawyer Madison from Reinheim Metro to Plains
Selman Hamm from Riverside Work to West Tolten
Siegfried Schultheiß from Union Holiday to Reichsburg FC
Terry Percy from Imperial University to Kaje Football
Thomas Chase from Basin College to Union Holiday
Tiffe Rowe from Plains to Bellum Neu
Tory Roth retire from Territories Alliance
Tracey Dennel retire from FC Gordonopia City
Trent Bishop retire from Fusba United
Tyler Donalds from Kaje Football Reserve to Starting Eleven
Zachary Lee retire from Teva FC





Teams to Watch

FC Deska

Following a stellar season that saw the Northern Wall smash the record for least goals against and win the Golden Glove, dominate the
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regular season, and hoist the Gordonopia Cup, there are high expectations coming out of the second city. While the team is again the favorite, there will be some big questions to answer if the team wants to repeat. The biggest of which is how former reserve keeper Jay Neuman will fare in replacing the legendary Ludwig Strauss who retired following last season. Another is how is will be able to shake off the disappointing Globe Cup group stage which, although instrumental in earning Gordonopia a second Champions' Cup berth, failed to live up to the teams' hopes. The squad's defense, though, remains strong as last year's key players remain with a wealth of experience gained from the most recent world cup.


Gordonopia FC

Going into the fourth GPL season, the most prolific team of the Republican era has something big to prove. After failing to claim the
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Gordonopia Cup or even the regular season, GFC is out for blood. The team came agonizingly close last season when it finished second to FC Deska in both competitions, and it looks to return to its former status this year. The team benefits from a coupe of strong additions, including Alphonse Lang, the leading scorer in collegiate competitions, and Michael Yamada of the young nation of Saer. Other members of the squad benefit from another year of experience, most notably the young Jonathon Turner who was one of the top strikers last season while he was only 17. With all of this, it seems as if the classic Gordonopia-Deska rivalry that characterized so many GFL thrillers is more than just a single year in the GPL.


Basin Plain

After dominating the River Basin League for several years and making it to the knockout stage of the Series B Championship Cup
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two years running, Basin Plain appears set to make its mark on the top flight. Coming in as the most anticipated promotion since Willingham AC, if not ever, Basin seems set to at least qualify for the Gordonopia Cup. The squad is characterized by a dominating midfield, anchored around players such as Zachary Johnston, who managed to make it onto the national team reserves before Basin even managed to make the GPL. Several big signings, including midfielders Lucas Osborne and Robert Spears, from FC Deska and Latimere United respectively, and Martin Lower of Reichsburg FC complete a squad that mixes the teams old faces with top talent.





Imperial Guardian Pre-Season Power Rankings

1. FC Deska
2. Gordonopia FC
3. Reichsburg FC
4. Teva FC
5. Latimere United
6. Kaje Football
7. West Tolten
8. Basin Plain
9. Willingham AC
10. Union Holiday
11. Plains
12. Reinheim Metro
13. FC Gordonopia City
14. Bellum Neu
15. Territories Alliance
16. Kjeldor Knights
17. Fusba United
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Postby Farfadillis » Sun Sep 16, 2012 12:33 pm

Results of the last FFL (Farf Freitball Ligá):


----Team                                            P   W   D   L    G   Ag   +/-  Pts
1 Ferdullaele FC 38 34 1 3 190 21 +169 103 Champions
2 Feardallis' Wanderers 38 32 2 4 86 23 +63 98 Globe Cup
3 Tympú AC 38 29 5 4 169 40 +129 92 Globe Cup
4 Avenida Victoria 38 24 4 10 133 62 +71 76 Globe Cup
5 La Nueva Avenida 38 22 9 7 102 43 +59 75
6 Fryi Frêndê 38 22 8 8 60 25 +35 74
7 Flying Jellyfish 38 18 6 14 85 73 +12 60
8 Fragardallians 38 15 11 12 50 66 -16 56
9 Farfadillis Official Military Team (FOMT) 38 15 6 17 39 54 -15 51
10 Friguista Farfa FC 38 12 8 18 32 65 -33 44
11 Libertarian Ferdullaele 38 12 8 18 41 73 -32 44
12 Suburban Farfadillis 38 13 5 20 49 104 -55 44
13 Llefraga FC 38 10 11 17 48 85 -37 41
14 Yi 38 11 7 20 35 94 -59 40
15 Sent 01 38 10 7 21 39 65 -26 37
16 Fragrafagardanialles 38 9 6 23 45 91 -46 33
17 Mein dief Honsson 38 7 9 22 51 92 -41 30
18 Toimputa AC 38 7 8 23 32 83 -51 29
19 Koloko 38 7 4 27 42 96 -54 25 Relegated
20 Ñandfe FC 38 5 7 26 27 100 -73 22 Relegated


Ferdullaele FC
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2nd Title


Best Player: Illi Setentriona
Top Scorer: Septimus Johans

Results of the last Farf Freitball Division B (FFD2):

----Team                          P   R   E   D   G  Ag  +/-  Pts
1 Green Ruland 38 26 8 4 80 24 +56 86 Campioné
2 Avenida Leal 38 27 4 7 65 27 +38 85
3 Outsiders 38 22 5 11 46 30 +16 71
4 Shotomalpa Falla 38 17 9 12 42 37 +5 60
5 Karuvis Milajonovic FC 38 16 10 12 56 52 +4 58
6 Avenida Decepcion 38 15 8 15 41 39 +2 53
7 Ande AC 38 13 12 13 40 40 +0 51
8 Avenida Azulada 38 14 9 15 36 35 +1 51
9 Avenida Natal 38 11 15 12 37 41 -4 48
10 Ho FC 38 11 15 12 42 45 -3 48
11 Tu Ti 38 13 9 16 41 55 -14 48
12 Koloko 38 14 6 18 42 46 -4 48
13 Jonder Trains 38 11 14 13 41 47 -6 47
14 Pacifist Federation 38 11 14 13 41 46 -5 47
15 Shella Minu 38 12 10 16 38 43 -5 46
16 Ñandfe FC 38 11 10 17 42 52 -10 43
17 Guja Guti Millaro Fita 38 12 7 19 22 40 -18 43
18 Avenida Principal 38 8 14 16 30 47 -17 38
19 Ondeta 38 9 9 20 44 63 -19 36 Descendido
20 Jullima Nito Palumba CC 38 9 8 21 48 65 -17 35 Descendido


Farfadillis' 1st National Cup:

First Round

Geyistanles United 2-1 Koloko (2-1 agg)
Koloko 0-0 Geyistanles United (1-2 agg)

Jullima Nito Palumba CC 3-0 Ande AC (3-0 agg)
Ande AC 1-0 Jullima Nito Palumba CC (1-3 agg)

Mein dief Honsson 1-2 Green Ruland (1-2 agg)
Green Ruland 3-0 Mein dief Honsson (5-1 agg)

Flying Jellyfish 0-0 Guja Guti Millaro Fita (0-0 agg)
Guja Guti Millaro Fita 3-2 Flying Jellyfish (3-2 agg)

La Nueva Avenida 1-3 Avenida Leal (1-3 agg)
Avenida Leal 1-3 La Nueva Avenida (1-4 AET, 4-5 agg)

Avenida Natal 2-1 Llefraga FC (2-1 agg)
Llefraga FC 1-1 Avenida Natal (2-3 agg)

Fryi Frêndê 0-1 Ferdullaele FC (0-1 agg)
Ferdullaele FC 2-1 Fryi Frêndê (3-1 agg)

Avenida Principal 2-3 Suburban Farfadillis (2-3 agg)
Suburban Farfadillis 1-0 Avenida Principal (4-2 agg)

Ñandfe FC 0-3 Feardallis' Wanderers (0-3 agg)
Feardallis' Wanderers 3-0 Ñandfe FC (6-0 agg)

Fragafagardanialles 0-0 Avenida Azulada (0-0 agg)
Avenida Azulada 0-1 Fragafagardanialles (0-1 agg)

Farfadillis Official Military Team (FOMT) 0-1 Avenida Decepción (0-1 agg)
Avenida Decepción 0-1 Farfadillis Official Military Team (FOMT) (0-2 AET, 1-2 agg)

Yi 0-0 Karuvis Milajonovic (0-0 agg)
Karuvis Milajonovic 1-1 Yi (1-1 agg) (Yi wins on away goals rule)

Avenida Victoria 1-0 Sent 01 (1-0 agg)
Sent 01 0-2 Avenida Victoria (0-3 agg)

Ho FC 1-1 Toimputa AC (1-1 agg)
Toimputa AC 0-0 Ho FC (1-1 agg) (Toimputa AC wins on away goals rule)

Tu Ti 1-1 Friguista Farfa FC (1-1 agg)
Friguista Farfa FC 0-1 Tu Ti (1-2 agg)

Pacifist Federation 0-1 Tympú AC (0-1 agg)
Tympú AC 1-0 Pacifist Federation (2-0 agg)

Fragardallians 2-2 Ondeta (2-2 agg)
Ondeta 2-2 Fragardallians (3-2 AET, 5-4 agg)

Shella Minu 0-1 Outsiders (0-1 agg)
Outsiders 1-0 Shella Minu (2-0 agg)

Jonder Trains 1-3 Shotomalpa Blues (1-3 agg)
Shotomalpa Blues 1-0 Jonder Trains (4-1 agg)

Libertarian Ferdullaele 0-1 Shotomalpa Falla FC (0-1 agg)
Shotomalpa Falla FC 2-2 Libertarian Ferdullaele (3-2 agg)


Second Round

Green Ruland 0-3 Geyistanles United (0-3 agg)
Geyistanles United 0-0 Green Ruland (3-0 agg)

Avenida Natal 1-1 Tu Ti (1-1 agg)
Tu Ti 1-1 Avenida Natal (2-2 AET, 3-3 agg) (Avenida Natal wins on away goals rule)

Ferdullaele FC 0-1 Avenida Victoria (0-1 agg)
Avenida Victoria 1-0 Ferdullaele FC (2-0 agg)

La Nueva Avenida 0-5 Feardallis' Wanderers (0-5 agg)
Feardallis' Wanderers 4-0 La Nueva Avenida (9-0 agg)

Guja Guti Millaro Fita 1-0 Outsiders (1-0 agg)
Outsiders 0-2 Guja Guti Millaro Fita (0-3 agg)

Suburban Farfadillis 2-0 Farfadillis Official Military Team (FOMT) (2-0 agg)
Farfadillis Official Military Team (FOMT) 3-0 Suburban Farfadillis (3-2 agg)

Fragafagardanialles 1-1 Tympú AC (1-1 agg)
Tympú AC 8-1 Fragafagardanialles (9-2 agg)

Toimputa AC 1-4 Jullima Nito Palumba CC (1-4 agg)
Jullima Nito Palumba CC 0-0 Toimputa AC (4-1 agg)

Ondeta 3-2 Shotomalpa Falla FC (3-2 agg)
Shotomalpa Falla FC 2-3 Ondeta (4-6 agg)

Yi 2-1 Shotomalpa Blues (2-1 agg)
Shotomalpa Blues 1-0 Yi (2-2 agg) (Shotomalpa Blues wins on away goals rule)


Third Round

Shotomalpa Blues 0-5 Feardallis' Wanderers (0-5 agg)
Feardallis' Wanderers 1-0 Shotomalpa Blues (6-0 agg)

Ondeta 1-2 Geyistanles United (1-2 agg)
Geyistanles United 0-1 Ondeta (2-2 agg) (Geyistanles United wins on away goals rule)

Avenida Victoria 3-0 Jullima Nito Palumba CC (3-0 agg)
Jullima Nito Palumba CC 0-3 Avenida Victoria (0-6 agg)

Avenida Natal 1-1 Guja Guti Millaro Fita (1-1 agg)
Guja Guti Millaro Fita 2-1 Avenida Natal (3-2 agg)

Farfadillis Official Military Team (FOMT) 1-2 Tympú AC (1-2 agg)
Tympú AC 7-2 Farfadillis Official Military Team (FOMT) (9-3 agg) (Tympú AC qualifies directly to the final due to biggest goal difference on the Third Round)


Fourth Round

Feardallis' Wanderers 2-0 Geyistanles United (2-0 agg)

Avenida Victoria 4-0 Guja Guti Millaro Fita (4-0 agg)


Fifth Round

Feardallis' Wanderers 1-1 Avenida Victoria (1-1 AET, 1-1 agg, 1-3 PKs)

Final

Avenida Victoria 1-1 Tympú AC (1-1 AET, 1-1 agg, 2-0 PKs)

Avenida Victoria qualifies for the Cygnus Cup after defeating Sent 01, Ferdullaele FC, Jullima Nito Palumba CC, Guja Guti Millaro Fita, Feardallis' Wanderers and Tympú AC. To many, Avenida Victoria didn't deserve to win due to their conservative football style (-5.0), however, the amount of goals scored is what counts.
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Postby Aguazul » Mon Sep 17, 2012 4:51 pm

International competition

Blén CA continued to delight and frustrate their partisans by turns, defeating the world champions and making the final only to lose to monarchists. A mixed bag, and one suspects that's the way they like/dislike/tolerate it.

Unión de Ciudagua went out (for a change) in the Playoff Access Stage of the Globe Cup. This does not get old. Unión Gimignano CF were also eliminated, to Quemavilla, who were subsequently not shocked by Ytriba because we're going to grudingly tolerate their association now. Blén CA lost to Mountain FC, because everybody's got a...all right, enough of that. ICD Villago failed in their quest for a home final, although it lasted somewhat longer than Fábricas'.

Alianza Ciruelas enjoyed their home victories in the group stage, then failed to enjoy their elimination despite winning more than they lost, although in retrospect they're not complaining. Universidad de Dénprade also enjoyed their victories, and offensive competence, and Arcrés Millos scored plenty as well as they went undefeated.

There was free football at Alesanka Park, ending Dénprade's CC run, and so our attention turned to the chances of vaguely home-ish finals. Another Valladar club quickly put this out of reach for Millos, although they made a fight of it on their actual home field. (Meanwhile, 12 de noviembre would have mixed results against Valladar clubs.)

Ciruelas had an easier time of it however, beginning with a rematch against a team they'd disposed of earlier on. They repeated the feat despite a little more defensive sloppiness, then tightened down their defense to oust CA Paulinthal. The quarterfinals saw them put aside a club from Turori in a somewhat less exciting way than their eventual final opponents would, but they had enough energy to hold off the Wanderers in normal duration.

The final was a messy tactical clash, and the early spree of goals testified to the fact that the attacking ways of the nominal home team were in full sway. Gradually they tired, however, and extra time saw Ciruelas' defense begin to set the pace, leading up to Mafalda Ribadeneyra's winning goal.

There was then the matter of the Super Cup, of course, and the Fire's surprising presence there made it a somewhat more winnable target. This it became, with Arturo Benavides scoring two first-half goals against Kyoshiku Island FC and setting the pace to take that as well. After thirty-six seasons of the Liga Aguazuleña, perhaps it's only fitting that the Primera División's only stalwart should earn this prize too.

Primera División

Editor's Note: We were going to have an in-depth prediction post, featuring expectations from ten different sets of fans, and analysis with final predictions from two independent pundits. Unfortunately, the fans were as biased as one might imagine, and the first pundit turned out to be really not that bright. What's worse, the other appears to have made her predictions by flipping open her poetry syllabus from an alternate universe ten times and sorting chronologically. We tried to get the guy in charge of the league to offer his commentary instead, but he was busy playing a trivia quiz (and falsely believed that Piratas de Grisolon have never done anything of consequence). So we tried to get Emilio to do color commentary of the season, but he was sort of delirious after seeing the final tables. And thus, we have no choice but to present what we're left with. We apologize for the inconvenience.

12 de noviembre
The fans expect: A derby win. Top three would be nice, too.
Pundit 1 says: ¿12 de noviembre? ¿Our defending cup champions? Doesn't sound right. Expect them to focus on the league this time around. Third.
Pundit 2 says: That time of year thou mayst in me behold when yellow leaves, or none, or few, do hang upon those boughs which shake against the cold. Second.

AC Mineros
The fans expect: To make a name for themselves.
Pundit 1 says: That that's going to be difficult seeing how mediocre, defensive teams are par for the course beyond the Supercentro. Mind you, fending off CF Clan Tropa and/or Trecelunas FC could prove that they're the best of that crowd...Eighth.
Pundit 2 says: Who would have thought my shrivel’d heart could have recover’d greennesse? It was gone quite under ground; as flowers depart to see their mother-root, when they have blown. Third.

Alianza Ciruelas
The fans expect: To live up to their billing as Super Cup winners.
Pundit 1 says: They're the most consistently good team right now and should be able to wait for everyone else to implode. Champions.
Pundit 2 says: and which you were probably saving for breakfast. Eighth.

Blén CA
The fans expect: Well, they're a fractured lot. The cynics and nihilists of a few seasons ago are writing off this campaign as the fates (and whoever does the cup draws) conspiring against them, as the last two league champions face off as early as they enter. The bandwagon hoppers of the title run are all for putting the cup aside and returning to league glory. So it's unclear.
Pundit 1 says: Their resurgence was genuine, and while they're still not great on defense, they're here for the long haul. Second.
Pundit 2 says: How, when the aged are reverently, passionately waiting for the miraculous birth, there always must be children who did not specially want it to happen, skating on a pond at the edge of the wood. Ninth.

CA Condadore
The fans expect: Runners-up in the last cup and winners in the cup before, they'd like to continue their success along that route as they reinvent themselves.
Pundit 1 says: They're aging, but still a decent threat for the Globe Cup places. Seventh.
Pundit 2 says: Can storied urn or animated bust back to its mansion call the fleeting breath? Fourth.

CF Clan Tropa
The fans expect: They're beyond thrilled just to make it this far and well beyond thrilled to have stayed up. Since you asked, though, they'll take a return to last Apertura (the making-the-cup-semifinals part, not the setting-an-all-time-record-for-offensive-futility part).
Pundit 1 says: Roque Querido is an exciting signing, but only because we don't have many signings these days. It's been nice knowing this team. Tenth.
Pundit 2 says: And see the children sport upon the shore, and hear the mighty waters rolling evermore. Fifth.

Deportivo Peralta
The fans expect: Goals, at both ends, frankly. Also, fire.
Pundit 1 says: They burned through the second division (but not literally) and should be poised to get a few upsets here when they need them. Ninth.
Pundit 2 says: Fathering and all humbling darkness tells with silence the last light breaking and the still hour is come of the sea tumbling in harness. Tenth.

ICD Villago
The fans expect: Really depends on who shows up to the games. Depor have replaced Ojedo Cerro as the west-Supercentro alternative but the radical republicans should be able to fill their newish stadium. Maybe.
Pundit 1 says: Nothing earth-shattering, but a return to the Globe Cup should be doable. Fifth.
Pundit 2 says: There is written, her fair neck round about: Noli me tangere, for Caesar's I am, and wild for to hold, though I seem tame. First.

Unión de Ciudagua
The fans expect: The title, why not. Also, since we're dreaming, a derby win, a cup run, basically being good at penalties again.
Pundit 1 says: Hah. No. Sixth.
Pundit 2 says: We are not now that strength which in old days moved earth and heaven, that which we are, we are. Sixth.

Universidad de Dénprade
The fans expect: Title defense? Well, they're not keen on defense, actually, so they'll take a return to the CC and call it magnaminous.
Pundit 1 says: Their last (and, of course, only) win was kind of flukish, and with their manager stepping down this might not prove that easy. Third.
You already predicted 3rd.
What. Seriously?
Yep.
But that was way up there!
Okay, whatever, they can tie for it.
Pundit 2 says: Think not for this, however, the poor treason of my stout blood against my staggering brain, I shall remember you with love, or season my scorn with pity, -- let me make it plain. Seventh.

⁠⁠   Team                          P  W  D  L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Unión de Ciudagua 18 9 6 3 29 22 +7 33 Champions/CC
2 CF Clan Tropa 18 9 5 4 17 13 +4 32 CC
3 Alianza Ciruelas 18 8 5 5 28 24 +4 29 CC
4 CA Condadore 18 7 7 4 24 17 +7 28 GC
5 Blén CA 18 8 4 6 23 23 +0 28 GC
6 ICD Villago 18 7 3 8 26 18 +8 24
7 12 de noviembre 18 5 7 6 17 21 -4 22
8 Universidad de Dénprade 18 6 3 9 28 29 -1 21
9 Deportivo Peralta 18 4 4 10 21 33 -12 16
10 AC Mineros 18 2 6 10 11 24 -13 12


Segunda División

⁠⁠  Team                      P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 CD Quemavilla 18 11 3 4 45 20 +25 36 Champions/SBCC
2 Ojedo Cerro 18 11 2 5 26 16 +10 35 SBCC
3 Fábricas 18 8 5 5 32 21 +11 29 SBCC
4 Arcrés Millos 18 7 4 7 33 33 +0 25 SBCC
5 CSD Trecelunas 18 7 4 7 28 32 -4 25
6 FC Nacional 18 6 6 6 19 18 +1 24
7 Ciervos de Granagua 18 5 7 6 12 15 -3 22
8 San Pablo 18 5 7 6 22 31 -9 22
9 2 de abril 18 4 5 9 15 24 -9 17
10 Piratas de Grisolon 18 4 1 13 18 40 -22 13


Otras Divisiones
Tercera División
⁠⁠   Team                          P  W  D  L For  Ag +/- Pts
1 Loseis XI 18 7 8 3 25 19 +6 29
2 Estudiantes de Íguen 18 8 5 5 12 10 +2 29
3 Destello 18 7 7 4 16 14 +2 28
4 Club Mineros de Arceque 18 7 6 5 17 13 +4 27
5 Trecelunas FC 18 7 5 6 13 13 +0 26
6 Deportes Cobrelunas 18 7 4 7 15 15 +0 25
7 Mapabore Juventud 18 6 6 6 20 19 +1 24
8 Lobernians 18 4 9 5 9 12 -3 21
9 Ciudad de San Pedro 18 5 3 10 11 16 -5 18
10 FC Manzalle 18 2 7 9 11 18 -7 13


Quarta División
⁠⁠   Team                          P   W  D   L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Valejano del Oeste FC 20 11 3 6 29 20 +9 36
2 Ferrocarril Terra Bayas 20 10 4 6 30 19 +11 34
3 Parque del San Luis 20 11 1 8 26 24 +2 34
4 Independiente Peralta 20 10 4 6 27 21 +6 34
5 Deportes Rofi 20 10 3 7 28 22 +6 33
6 Ladrones de Río Cascada 20 8 5 7 28 22 +6 29
7 CD Victoria 20 8 4 8 26 32 -6 28
8 Jóquey de Morbeza 20 5 7 8 24 23 +1 22
9 Espíritu Santo 20 5 6 9 14 20 -6 21
10 Vista del Oeste 20 4 7 9 9 17 -8 19
11 Atlético Cerabos 20 3 6 11 20 41 -21 15


⁠⁠      Team                                  P  W  D  L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Dan Parche 14 8 4 2 15 6 +9 28
2 Victoria 14 6 5 3 17 16 +1 23
3 Lago Erasmo XI 14 5 6 3 11 7 +4 21
4 Delfines de Estuario y Bosque 14 6 2 6 21 13 +8 20
5 Celeritas 14 5 5 4 16 17 -1 20
6 Clan Tropa Juventud 14 4 5 5 15 16 -1 17
7 Cornejas de San Pablo del Norte 14 3 4 7 8 12 -4 13
8 Santa Fe 14 2 3 9 6 22 -16 9


⁠⁠  Team                       P  W  D  L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Subfusiles de Mará 14 10 1 3 27 12 +15 31
2 Ondinas del Terrazul 14 8 2 4 18 7 +11 26
3 Ave Maria 14 6 3 5 25 23 +2 21
4 Primera Keoxa 14 5 4 5 17 9 +8 19
5 Leones de Mariscal 14 5 4 5 13 11 +2 19
6 Centro del Esquivo 14 5 2 7 13 25 -12 17
7 Dragones de Alinero 14 4 2 8 10 27 -17 14
8 Cerro Galpón 14 3 2 9 10 19 -9 11


⁠⁠   Team                     P  W  D  L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Biesperanza 14 10 3 1 22 6 +16 33
2 Navidad FC 14 9 0 5 16 13 +3 27
3 Santos David 14 6 3 5 22 20 +2 21
4 Sombrero de Estaño 14 6 2 6 21 25 -4 20
5 Bueyes de Wabigama 14 5 3 6 15 16 -1 18
6 Senolugar Sol 14 4 3 7 20 19 +1 15
7 CA Caña 14 3 5 6 11 15 -4 14
8 Aves del Norte 14 1 5 8 5 18 -13 8


⁠⁠  Team                           P  W  D  L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Bovinos del Pueblo Jaime 12 8 3 1 22 8 +14 27
2 Fuerza Honhausen 12 7 2 3 25 15 +10 23
3 Río Rojo 12 5 4 3 20 17 +3 19
4 Valle del Río Rojo 12 6 1 5 9 7 +2 19
5 Mainat Magia 12 4 3 5 15 23 -8 15
6 Lago del Espíritu 12 3 0 9 13 22 -9 9
7 Edén 12 2 1 9 4 16 -12 7


⁠⁠   Team                            P  W  D  L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Estrellas de Pueblagua 14 9 2 3 28 14 +14 29
2 Universidad de Arroyandos 14 8 2 4 40 19 +21 26
3 6 de noviembre 14 7 3 4 25 21 +4 24
4 Expos de Miguel 14 7 3 4 24 20 +4 24
5 Rojos 14 4 6 4 18 13 +5 18
6 Rio Canoa 14 5 2 7 18 24 -6 17
7 Ciudad de Sufuérte 14 3 1 10 17 35 -18 10
8 Pedro Libertad 14 2 3 9 20 44 -24 9


⁠⁠   Team                           P  W  D  L For  Ag  +/- Pts
1 Swifttown Excursionistas 14 9 2 3 29 7 +22 29
2 Espejo de Isla Esperanza 14 7 5 2 19 8 +11 26
3 Isla Fe Marinos 14 6 5 3 12 9 +3 23
4 Puerto Ágape Industrial 14 6 3 5 15 15 +0 21
5 Swifttown Travelers 14 4 5 5 9 14 -5 17
6 Puerto Independencia 14 4 5 5 10 16 -6 17
7 Fuerte Sur FC 14 3 4 7 9 18 -9 13
8 Port Lever FC 14 0 5 9 7 23 -16 5


Bid:

Champions’ Cup: "Estadio Unión de Ciudagua" (Ciudagua, 70,000)

We have no gloss but we do have megaphones.

It is still owned by Recaredo Beloki, who has upgraded his wardrobe to pants devoid of pockets and as such has little place to stick his thumbs nervously. Instead he mostly spends his time twirling around a scarf with his club's name on it. This is a ludicrously bad idea because scarves are completely useless in this climate. However his son-in-law thought they would be a good idea and so you can buy them outside section 204.

Copa:

First Round:
Swifttown Excursionistas 2-1 Universidad de Arroyandos (2-1 agg)
Universidad de Arroyandos 3-0 Swifttown Excursionistas (4-2 agg)

Estrellas de Pueblagua 0-3 Edén (0-3 agg)
Edén 1-2 Estrellas de Pueblagua (4-2 agg)

Expos de Miguel 2-0 Lago Erasmo XI (2-0 agg)
Lago Erasmo XI 1-4 Expos de Miguel (1-6 agg)

6 de noviembre 1-0 Valle del Río Rojo (1-0 agg)
Valle del Río Rojo 0-0 6 de noviembre (0-1 agg)

Ondinas del Terrazul 0-0 Fuerza Honhausen (0-0 agg)
Fuerza Honhausen 0-1 Ondinas del Terrazul (0-1 agg)

Cerro Galpón 0-0 Primera Keoxa (0-0 agg)
Primera Keoxa 1-1 Cerro Galpón (1-1 AET, 1-1 agg, 2-3 PKs)

Rio Canoa 1-1 Lago del Espíritu (1-1 agg)
Lago del Espíritu 1-3 Rio Canoa (2-4 agg)

Clan Tropa Juventud 0-0 Isla Fe Marinos (0-0 agg)
Isla Fe Marinos 1-2 Clan Tropa Juventud (1-2 agg)

Sombrero de Estaño 1-3 Centro del Esquivo (1-3 agg)
Centro del Esquivo 0-1 Sombrero de Estaño (3-2 agg)

Mainat Magia 3-5 Dan Parche (3-5 agg)
Dan Parche 4-1 Mainat Magia (9-4 agg)

Dragones de Alinero 1-0 Rojos (1-0 agg)
Rojos 1-1 Dragones de Alinero (1-2 agg)

Celeritas 1-0 Bueyes de Wabigama (1-0 agg)
Bueyes de Wabigama 1-5 Celeritas (1-6 agg)

Espejo de Isla Esperanza 2-0 Puerto Ágape Industrial (2-0 agg)
Puerto Ágape Industrial 0-1 Espejo de Isla Esperanza (0-3 agg)

Cornejas de San Pablo del Norte 1-0 Río Rojo (1-0 agg)
Río Rojo 1-1 Cornejas de San Pablo del Norte (1-2 agg)

Puerto Independencia 1-0 Subfusiles de Mará (1-0 agg)
Subfusiles de Mará 0-1 Puerto Independencia (0-2 agg)

CA Caña 0-1 Pedro Libertad (0-1 agg)
Pedro Libertad 1-1 CA Caña (2-1 agg)

Victoria 0-2 Ave Maria (0-2 agg)
Ave Maria 1-0 Victoria (3-0 agg)

Swifttown Travelers 1-0 Aves del Norte (1-0 agg)
Aves del Norte 0-1 Swifttown Travelers (0-2 agg)

Senolugar Sol 1-0 Santa Fe (1-0 agg)
Santa Fe 1-0 Senolugar Sol (1-0 AET, 1-1 agg, 4-3 PKs)

Santos David 1-0 Leones de Mariscal (1-0 agg)
Leones de Mariscal 0-0 Santos David (0-1 agg)

Biesperanza 1-1 Port Lever FC (1-1 agg)
Port Lever FC 0-0 Biesperanza (0-1 AET, 1-2 agg)

Ciudad de Sufuérte 1-1 Delfines de Estuario y Bosque (1-1 agg)
Delfines de Estuario y Bosque 6-1 Ciudad de Sufuérte (7-2 agg)

Ladrones de Río Cascada 3-0 Navidad FC (3-0 agg)
Navidad FC 1-3 Ladrones de Río Cascada (1-6 agg)

Bovinos del Pueblo Jaime 1-1 Fuerte Sur (1-1 agg)
Fuerte Sur 1-0 Bovinos del Pueblo Jaime (2-1 agg)


Second Round:
Dan Parche 1-2 Piratas de Grisolon (1-2 agg)
Piratas de Grisolon 1-1 Dan Parche (3-2 agg)

Espíritu Santo 1-1 Biesperanza (1-1 agg)
Biesperanza 0-2 Espíritu Santo (1-3 agg)

Jóquey de Morbeza 1-1 Santa Fe (1-1 agg)
Santa Fe 0-2 Jóquey de Morbeza (1-3 agg)

Atlético Cerabos 2-2 Cerro Galpón (2-2 agg)
Cerro Galpón 1-1 Atlético Cerabos (1-2 AET, 3-4 agg)

Universidad de Arroyandos 4-2 Ojedo Cerro (4-2 agg)
Ojedo Cerro 4-0 Universidad de Arroyandos (6-4 agg)

Edén 0-2 Santos David (0-2 agg)
Santos David 1-0 Edén (3-0 agg)

Unión de Ciudagua 4-1 Deportes Rofi (4-1 agg)
Deportes Rofi 0-4 Unión de Ciudagua (1-8 agg)

12 de noviembre 2-0 FC Manzalle (2-0 agg)
FC Manzalle 1-3 12 de noviembre (1-5 agg)

Ciervos de Granagua 2-0 Valejano del Oeste FC (2-0 agg)
Valejano del Oeste FC 0-2 Ciervos de Granagua (0-4 agg)

Blén CA 3-1 Universidad de Dénprade (3-1 agg)
Universidad de Dénprade 0-1 Blén CA (1-4 agg)

Swifttown Travelers 1-0 Alianza Ciruelas (1-0 agg)
Alianza Ciruelas 2-0 Swifttown Travelers (2-1 agg)

Club Mineros de Arceque 2-2 CD Victoria (2-2 agg)
CD Victoria 1-1 Club Mineros de Arceque (2-2 AET, 4-4 agg, 4-5 PKs)

CA Condadore 3-2 Fuerte Sur (3-2 agg)
Fuerte Sur 1-0 CA Condadore (1-1 AET, 3-4 agg)

Ferrocarril Terra Bayas 3-2 Independiente Peralta (3-2 agg)
Independiente Peralta 1-0 Ferrocarril Terra Bayas (2-0 AET, 4-3 agg)

Espejo de Isla Esperanza 0-3 Deportes Cobrelunas (0-3 agg)
Deportes Cobrelunas 1-0 Espejo de Isla Esperanza (4-0 agg)

2 de abril 3-1 Pedro Libertad (3-1 agg)
Pedro Libertad 0-1 2 de abril (1-4 agg)

Lobernians 3-2 Celeritas (3-2 agg)
Celeritas 0-1 Lobernians (2-4 agg)

Puerto Independencia 0-2 6 de noviembre (0-2 agg)
6 de noviembre 1-0 Puerto Independencia (3-0 agg)

Parque de San Luis 1-2 Arcrés Millos (1-2 agg)
Arcrés Millos 2-0 Parque de San Luis (4-1 agg)

Centro del Esquivo 1-0 Vista del Oeste (1-0 agg)
Vista del Oeste 1-0 Centro del Esquivo (2-0 AET, 2-1 agg)

ICD Villago 1-1 Trecelunas FC (1-1 agg)
Trecelunas FC 1-0 ICD Villago (2-1 agg)

Ave Maria 1-1 Cornejas de San Pablo del Norte (1-1 agg)
Cornejas de San Pablo del Norte 2-0 Ave Maria (3-1 agg)

FC Nacional 0-1 AC Mineros (0-1 agg)
AC Mineros 1-0 FC Nacional (2-0 agg)

Loseis XI 3-0 Expos de Miguel (3-0 agg)
Expos de Miguel 1-4 Loseis XI (1-7 agg)

Ladrones de Río Cascada 1-2 Fábricas (1-2 agg)
Fábricas 3-1 Ladrones de Río Cascada (5-2 agg)

Dragones de Alinero 0-3 San Pablo (0-3 agg)
San Pablo 1-1 Dragones de Alinero (4-1 agg)

Mapabore Juventud 3-2 Ciudad de San Pedro (3-2 agg)
Ciudad de San Pedro 0-1 Mapabore Juventud (2-4 agg)

Deportivo Peralta 2-0 Rio Canoa (2-0 agg)
Rio Canoa 2-3 Deportivo Peralta (2-5 agg)

Estudiantes de Íguen 0-1 Clan Tropa Juventud (0-1 agg)
Clan Tropa Juventud 1-1 Estudiantes de Íguen (2-1 agg)

CF Clan Tropa 2-0 Ondinas del Terrazul (2-0 agg)
Ondinas del Terrazul 0-2 CF Clan Tropa (0-4 agg)

CD Quemavilla 2-2 Delfines de Estuario y Bosque (2-2 agg)
Delfines de Estuario y Bosque 3-1 CD Quemavilla (5-3 agg)

CSD Trecelunas 1-3 Destello (1-3 agg)
Destello 0-1 CSD Trecelunas (3-2 agg)


Third Round:
Piratas de Grisolon 2-1 Espíritu Santo (2-1 agg)
Espíritu Santo 1-0 Piratas de Grisolon (1-1 AET, 2-3 agg)

Jóquey de Morbeza 1-0 Atlético Cerabos (1-0 agg)
Atlético Cerabos 3-4 Jóquey de Morbeza (3-5 agg)

Ojedo Cerro 2-0 Santos David (2-0 agg)
Santos David 3-4 Ojedo Cerro (3-6 agg)

Unión de Ciudagua 1-2 12 de noviembre (1-2 agg)
12 de noviembre 1-2 Unión de Ciudagua (1-2 AET, 3-3 agg, 1-2 PKs)

Ciervos de Granagua 1-1 Blén CA (1-1 agg)
Blén CA 1-0 Ciervos de Granagua (2-1 agg)

Alianza Ciruelas 1-2 Club Mineros de Arceque (1-2 agg)
Club Mineros de Arceque 0-1 Alianza Ciruelas (1-1 AET, 3-2 agg)

CA Condadore 4-1 Independiente Peralta (4-1 agg)
Independiente Peralta 1-2 CA Condadore (2-6 agg)

Deportes Cobrelunas 1-1 2 de abril (1-1 agg)
2 de abril 1-0 Deportes Cobrelunas (2-1 agg)

Lobernians 1-0 6 de noviembre (1-0 agg)
6 de noviembre 1-2 Lobernians (1-3 agg)

Arcrés Millos 3-0 Vista del Oeste (3-0 agg)
Vista del Oeste 0-2 Arcrés Millos (0-5 agg)

Trecelunas FC 0-1 Cornejas de San Pablo del Norte (0-1 agg)
Cornejas de San Pablo del Norte 0-1 Trecelunas FC (0-1 AET, 1-1 agg, 2-3 PKs)

AC Mineros 1-0 Loseis XI (1-0 agg)
Loseis XI 0-6 AC Mineros (0-7 agg)

Fábricas 3-2 San Pablo (3-2 agg)
San Pablo 2-2 Fábricas (4-5 agg)

Mapabore Juventud 1-2 Deportivo Peralta (1-2 agg)
Deportivo Peralta 4-2 Mapabore Juventud (6-3 agg)

Clan Tropa Juventud 1-1 CF Clan Tropa (1-1 agg)
CF Clan Tropa 1-0 Clan Tropa Juventud (2-1 agg)

Delfines de Estuario y Bosque 0-1 Destello (0-1 agg)
Destello 1-1 Delfines de Estuario y Bosque (2-1 agg)


Fourth Round:
Piratas de Grisolon 2-2 Jóquey de Morbeza (2-2 agg)
Jóquey de Morbeza 1-0 Piratas de Grisolon (3-2 agg)

Ojedo Cerro 0-1 Unión de Ciudagua (0-1 agg)
Unión de Ciudagua 1-1 Ojedo Cerro (2-1 agg)

Blén CA 2-2 Club Mineros de Arceque (2-2 agg)
Club Mineros de Arceque 2-1 Blén CA (4-3 agg)

CA Condadore 4-1 2 de abril (4-1 agg)
2 de abril 0-0 CA Condadore (1-4 agg)

Lobernians 4-4 Arcrés Millos (4-4 agg)
Arcrés Millos 1-1 Lobernians (1-1 AET, 5-5 agg, 0-1 PKs)

Trecelunas FC 1-0 AC Mineros (1-0 agg)
AC Mineros 1-0 Trecelunas FC (2-0 AET, 2-1 agg)

Fábricas 1-1 Deportivo Peralta (1-1 agg)
Deportivo Peralta 1-1 Fábricas (1-3 AET, 2-4 agg)

CF Clan Tropa 1-1 Destello (1-1 agg)
Destello 1-1 CF Clan Tropa (1-1 AET, 2-2 agg, 1-3 PKs)


Quarterfinals:
Jóquey de Morbeza 1-7 Unión de Ciudagua (1-7 agg)
Unión de Ciudagua 5-0 Jóquey de Morbeza (12-1 agg)

Club Mineros de Arceque 1-0 CA Condadore (1-0 agg)
CA Condadore 3-1 Club Mineros de Arceque (3-2 agg)

Lobernians 0-2 AC Mineros (0-2 agg)
AC Mineros 2-0 Lobernians (4-0 agg)

Fábricas 0-2 CF Clan Tropa (0-2 agg)
CF Clan Tropa 1-0 Fábricas (3-0 agg)

Semifinals:
Unión de Ciudagua 1-1 CA Condadore (1-1 agg)
CA Condadore 0-0 Unión de Ciudagua (0-0 AET, 1-1 agg, 4-3 PKs)

AC Mineros 1-1 CF Clan Tropa (1-1 agg)
CF Clan Tropa 0-3 AC Mineros (1-4 agg)

Final:
CA Condadore 2-0 AC Mineros

CA Condadore to the Cygnus Cup.
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