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This article is mainly focused around football, as well as other sports in Juvencus and nations associated with the user behind this nation. POSTING HERE IF YOU ARE NOT JUVENCUS, THE USER'S NATIONS OR A MODERATOR DOING BUSINESS IS DISCOURAGED!

Welcome to La Gazzetta di Pomena's official sportswire where you will be updated with the latest news in various sports along the Holy Empire's borders, as well as associated nations and territories. This sportswire was created for the main purpose of faster and better reach of the news to an ever increasingly digitised world and for ease of communication with different territories with the main side of Juvencus.

The sports leagues covered will be as follows:

Football

Campionato di Juvencus - Banca Toro
Copa di Juvencus - Bonere
IFCF and other international club competitions
Campionato d'Oscioru
Campionato d'Orientis Juven
as well as various others

Basketball

Juvenoscioru Basketball League

And various other sports in different times
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CAMPIONATO JFA BANCA TORO SEASON 2027-8 PREVIEW


Last season's Campionato was the last without a major sponsor being involved in the politics of the sport. It saw AC Pomena once again emerge victorious, in a manner that cannot be described as dominant, which shows the league's progress and ever-increasing competitiveness. The return to IFCF competitions this season, especially after AC Pomena's excellent run to the Globe Cup stages in the last time of participation has signaled some hope for the future of Juven club football.

This season is going to have a very packed schedule, especially for international players and players of bigger sides as they start slightly earlier in order to fulfill their IFCF duties, with a no easier blitz season following suit, with as many as 3 games per week in some instances.

This article will serve as an introduction to the clubs in this season's Campionato, their expectations as well as their rivalries and other important information about them.

Club: Herona Calcio
Ground: Stadio Degli Heroi, Herona(Capacity: 12,000)
Rivals: FC Herone(main and city)
Kit colors: Red and white
Last season's finish: 20th
Expectations and fan culture: 19th, the team consists of a solid attack backed up by a horrible defense. If this issue does not get fixed, Davide Aligheri's position is in the line and this could be a potentially even bigger threat, such as one of a relegation, as there are talks for the creation of a 2nd professional division and the creation of a pyramid of sorts. Herona Calcio's fans are hardcore Italian-speaking fans from Herona, very proud of their heritage and will deny any form of systematic oppression towards their french-speaking counterparts from the other side of Herona. They possess a very aggressive rivalry with FC Herone for that very reason and fights or even avoidance of stepping on each others' turfs is quite likely. The team's fans will expect to finish on the top half of this season however and should the team deliver, they will be happy with it.
Manager: Davide Aligheri
Key players:Alessandro Nespioti(CF), Domingo Cardinalio(CM), Qadir Ahmed(GK), Serafim Beziri(RM)


Club: U.S Scudelli
Ground: Il Scudelliano, Scudelli(Capacity: 42,000)
Rivals: AC Pomena(main), AS Aguajú(secondary), FC Piluzzi(city), Picgliara Calcio(city)
Kit colors: Navy blue and maroon
Last season's finish: 19th, Cup winners!
Expectations and fan culture: Champions, now this side is probably the only side in the nation that can put up against AC Pomena, issue is they also happen to have one of the most inconsistent sides in Juvencus, last season they played some horrible football that is not up to par to their talent, yet somehow managed to showcase their true might in the Copa di Juvencus, strolling past all sides for the silverware and a spot in IFCF competition. Their balanced, possession-based football is their signature playstyle and they refuse to change, even in times they get countered. Of course, the club's expectations are nothing short of champions, or at least an IFCF spot won not by pure luck, but by the team's entire ability throught the season. U.S Scudelli's fans are very secular and liberal in their views, with a sense of Panjuvenism that others may not entirely agree with or necessarily properly agree to. Slightly cocky, as their team will always perform, yet calm in comparison to most Juven fanbases, unless pitied against AC Pomena's fans, then they turn violent.
Manager: Maxime Polente
Key players:Piere-Didier Kouyaté(CDM), Juan Carlos Ungaro(GK), Gilberto Soares(ST), Garry Norman(CB)


Club: Toro Calcio
Ground: Torre di Toro, Torona(Capacity: 26,000)
Rivals: USC Toro(main and city)
Kit colors: Brown and white
Last season's finish: 18th
Expectations and fan culture: 20th, there is no side in this competition unluckier than Toro Calcio, having just lost their star man in Tore Christian, perhaps their hopes of any feasible performance have diminished and have probably quit. However maybe this could be the start of something new for the team, with better synergy to follow and perhaps a not so abysmal, Christian-centric play. Toro Calcio's fanbase is a diverse one, with a peaceful coexistence of French and Italian-speaking fans in the team's support, perhaps the reason why it is one of the most loved teams in the nation. A very progressive approach with all this inclusiveness may as well get very clouded when they face off against city rivals USC Toro. No expectations, they have completely quit it all.
Manager:Justinian Portero
Key players:Pau Escudieri(CB), Riqui Minaez(RB), Atanasio Falcao(CF), Albert Nadal(RF)


Club: FC Tiscan
Ground: Catedral de Sud, Tiscan(Capacity: 18,000)
Rivals: None
Kit colors: Black and white
Last season's finish: 17th
Expectations and fan culture: 19th, this team will need to work on a lot in order to play at the highest of levels with absolute certainty. The black-and-whites' advantadge over other teams is perhaps their lack of rivals, as it will allow them to work under only their own critical thoughts, which perhaps might not be the most helpful. A slow, burning counter-attack is perhaps a signature of this team, with a solid backline that needs quite the work, since it can be horrifying to watch at times. The fanbase is also quite calm, since they know their team is very underperforming compared to the other giants of the league. The call it "vibing" and it is a very hip thing to do, according to them. If the team even manages to perform in the slightest this season, this will be their q for happiness.
Manager:Constantino Abate
Key players:Demetro Natale(LM), Nursultan Dimitrov(LF), Isidro Capocanoniere(RF), Carlos Coste(RB)


Club: S.S.C Vilan
Ground: Stadio de la Santa Catarina, Vilan(Capacity: 22,000)
Rivals: None, yet universally disliked
Kit colors: Red and black
Last season's finish: 16th
Expectations and fan culture: 18th, a club that has nothing special to it, really. It happens to be a typical brick-yet-no-so brick wall side of the Campionato with no major talent to its side. Better team synergy is required otherwise it will remain that typical low-table side. Typically very disliked as a club due to its fanbase which could be considered as a bunch of entitled brats, for lack of a better word. However the atmosphere of la Santa Catarina is unmatched by any other stadium in the nation, with red and black smokes and beautiful chants to match up with them.
Manager:Clement Thibault
Key players:Faraj Han(GK), Ganymede Garcia(LF), Angelo Bonipetri(RB), Pio Cardoso(CM)


Club: FC Demene
Ground: Stade de Liberté, Demene(Capacity: 11,000)
Rivals: AC Picilia(main)
Kit colors: Red and blue
Last season's finish: 15th
Expectations and fan culture: 17th, one of the renamed sides. The conflict between several Juven and Osci forces in Aguajú has also sparked a few very heated language-related debates, mostly centered around Italian-named teams in French-speaking majority cities. FC Demene, formerly known as FC Demena took that step. A very French-centered fanbase, they take pride in their language and seperate side of culture, which gives this team quite the distinct identity. It, however, has the tendency to destroy Italian-speaking fanbases' properties, but on a good day maybe they won't destroy too much. A rivalry with AC Picilia gets heated when visitors decide to vandalise each others' properties on the basis of language but it also has the element of desert vs fertile zones. The team is mostly defence-focused, a classic Juven emphasis of good backline positioning, although not exactly the most effective at it, either. The attack is abysmal and sometimes they may get outscored by solo players or player duos by a longshot. Jordan Beaufort's men will have to pay more emphasis on effectiveness for that reason.
Manager:Jordan Beaufort
Key players:Jun Abdulrashid(RB), Leon Dostescu(RF), Kim Hoseok(LB), Antoine Goddard(CM)


Club: Porcara FC
Ground: Monte Grande, Pomena(Capacity: 10,000)
Rivals: AC Pomena(city), U.S Remeno(city)
Kit colors: Blue and white
Last season's finish: 14th
Expectations and fan culture: 16th, speaking of a very defence-oriented side with an even more abysmal attack, Porcara FC is the perfect candidate for such a spot. Parking the bus is part of the club's culture and the complete opposite of definitively more dominant rivals, AC Pomena. The team has a working class fanbase, which is drunken and pretty feisty too, so they will pick up a lot of fights in the midst of their drunkeness. Monte Grande might be one of the smaller stadiums in the league, but it will surely light up with the flares and wild support of its fanbase. While the defence is a concrete wall that will hardly break, the attack does not do any favors to the team and as such the search for a strong finisher is still ongoing.
Manager:Manuel Castro
Key players:Stojko Popovski(CB), Roland Blanc(CB), Shareef Karimi(LM), Gonzalo Muniain(CAM)


Club: FC Piluzzi
Ground: Stadio del Porto, Port-Pegasu(Capacity: 29,000)
Rivals: U.S Scudelli(city), Picgliara Calcio(city)
Kit colors: Light blue and white
Last season's finish: 13th
Expectations and fan culture: 15th, this side is stuck to the middle of the pack, yet somehow have more trophies in their cabinet than the majority of the teams. They have a Copa di Juvencus and that is undisputable. They will be annoying about it, first Scudelli team to win a trophy, stat-padding fans, everything they can do to convince everyone they are now in the average of mediocrity. Yet another side which pay a bit more emphasis on its backline, but unlike their preceding teams, they have an alright attack to cover it all up, although they slack on that department too.
Manager:Ramon Goncalves
Key players:Simon Oliveira(RM), Mohammad Al-Wazir(CB), Giuseppe Tarperini(CF), Giusto Cannavaro(CM)


Club: Internazionale Serone
Ground: Stadio Orione, Serone(Capacity: 21,000)
Rivals: AC Serone(city)
Kit colors: Black and blue
Last season's finish: 12th
Expectations and fan culture: 14th, this team has quite a substantial international fanbase, due to its name and attempts at an international outreach. This is due to the captivity of Serone natives, especially InterSe's fanbase, which keeps a lot of people awe inspired, especially other Sonnelians, so international diversity is one of the catches of the club. Internazionale Serone is a side that should be doing much better than it does, with a star-studded squad yet the management of said squad has always been a disaster for what could have been a dominant force of Juven football, however their extremely disciplined defence always stands out, so even if the attack is sluggish, the defence is most likely there to cover up.
Manager:Giancarlo Gasperini
Key players:Nino Russo(CDM), Ibrahim Amjad(CM), Mahmud Maksimovic(GK), Justin LeClerc(CF)


Club: USC Toro
Ground: Torre di Toro, Torona(Capacity: 26,000)
Rivals: Toro Calcio(main and city)
Kit colors: Navy blue and red
Last season's finish: 11th
Expectations and fan culture: 12th, speaking of underachievers, USC Toro certainly takes the cake as well. It has always been one of the best-sponsored clubs in the nation, with a few very strong talents, yet an inability to break into the top spots of the table. A balanced attack and defence is what best describes this team's approach to the game, although this plain-and-simple style of play is starting to get old and predictable, much to the ease of opposing teams and the disdain of its own fanbase. The good news about this lack of performing is that trophy-hunting fans have littered the fanbases of victorious teams such as AC Pomena or U.S Scudelli, leaving behind a set of loyalist fans, that represent the team and feel like they represent the crown from Torona too.
Manager:Iago Garcia
Key players:Félix Sissoko(CDM), Zlatan Krstevski(LM), Ahmet Mufti(RB), Alberto Rimini(LB)


Club: FC Herone
Ground: Stade Saint-Nazaire, Herone(Capacity: 15,000)
Rivals: Herona Calcio
Kit colors: Black and yellow
Last season's finish: 10th
Expectations and fan culture: 13th, Herona, or Herone as its known to the french side is a split city. Everything is split, the hardcore nature of FC Herone's(formerly known as AC Herona) fanbase is incredible. A tough fanbase willing to defend its linguistic rights and perhaps demand true, equal representation in all walks of life in Juvencus. They are perhaps the most aggressive fanbase and for good reason, Herona Calcio's fanbase is not safe around them. The team has solid chemistry and a strong attack, with a bit of polishing they could pressure for a spot higher than the mid-table, although that is highly unlikely.
Manager:Philippe Chariot
Key players:Firmino Maçon(CDM), Carlo Beletti(CF), Ayoub Najm(CB), Ali Shaqiri(RF)


Club: U.S Remeno
Ground: Stadio di Popolazione, Pomena(Capacity: 36,000)
Rivals: AS Aguajú(main), Odiol Vinceti(secondary), AC Pomena(city), Porcara FC(city)
Kit colors: Maroon and black
Last season's finish: 9th
Expectations and fan culture: 2nd, this team will possess one of the biggest threats in the coming season, they have unmatched young talent that, if kept, will lead the team to silverware and consistent IFCF participation in the coming years, perhaps even giving the team the title of "Best team in Pomena". Pereyra alone is a talent that should be exploited to be perhaps one of the biggest superstars in the Juven side of the game. An excellent synergy up front, it is one of the best attacks in the league by a country mile, so seeing them challenging for the top spots from this season onward should not be a surprise. Merchant fanbase mostly gathered around the port side of Pomena. One of the highly agitated fanbases that is always willing to fight, very powerful chants, perhaps too powerful for their might.
Manager:Pep Gasol
Key players:Joao Pereyra(RF), Ghalib Mohammed(CM), Gianluigi Gormiti(CF), Carlo Porfiti(LB)


Club: S.S.C Pacgliari
Ground: Estádio da concepção, Pacgliari(Capacity: 17,000)
Rivals: None
Kit colors: Red and blue
Last season's finish: 8th
Expectations and fan culture: 10th, while Pacgliari itself is known as a melting pot of classes that fight between themselves, every inhabitant of the city that is a football follower can relate to their completely different neighbour on one thing and that is the club they support. Pacgliari's fans are united amongst themselves for the greater good of the team they all love and enjoy. A burning passion of support, creative chants and the consumption of questionable substances best describe the fanbase of this team. Perhaps what also stands out is sometimes the lack of a fighting spirit or determination to support the team to the fullest, compared to other clubs' supporters. The team itself is a solid example of an effective attack/defence combo, led by defence, with a few holes here and there, but the talent and teamwork is there to support a smooth sail towards the top of the table.
Manager:Goncalvo Abreu
Key players:Abbas Gim(RM), Raul Reyes(RF), Adriano Rodrigues(LB), Giancarlo Sperini(CF)


Club: Picgliara Calcio
Ground: Stadio Ampelone, Scudelli(Capacity: 22,000)
Rivals: U.S Scudelli(city), FC Piluzzi(city)
Kit colors: Blue and red
Last season's finish: 7th
Expectations and fan culture: 4th, a happy-go-lucky fanbase, perhaps the happiest fanbase of the nation, despite the lack of silverware. They will always be on the pitch to cheer for the team and will avoid picking up fights against non-rival fans, which may bring some very awkward scenarios against fans of more aggressive fanbases. The club will have more of a reason to come to support their club with the return of national team legend and homegrown player Taddeo Bulgari to keep the side's goals safe from any attacks. Picgliara's defence was the 2nd best in the league and it also had one of the most effective attacks too, managing to pick up an invite for the Vilitan Cove international for that reason, which may or may not have been lost.
Manager:Giovanni Capone
Key players:Taddeo Bulgari(GK), Yamandú Gonzalez(LF), Gio D'Alberti(CB), Antonio Peretta(RB)


Club: AS Aguajú
Ground: Stadio Electrico, Aguajú(Capacity: 34,000)
Rivals: U.S Remeno(main), AC Pomena(secondary), U.S Scudelli(secondary)
Kit colors: Turqoise and white
Last season's finish: 6th
Expectations and fan culture: 9th, a fanbase that is loyal to the core, so loyal in fact they are the ones that funded for the building of the stadium. Yet another renamed team, but this is in contrast to the Osci riots in regards to the city's name, known in Oscioru as Bresca, something the club and its 100% Juven fanbase firmly deny and stand their ground on. A very electrifying fanbase on top of that, but it is always in the middle of an argument against sides from the other side of the nation, especially U.S Remeno, which they firmly despise for their apathy towards their own issues. A spoilt kid vs war-torn fighter scenario. The team focuses on outperforming others on the basis of technicality and speed, rather than strength, with good effect as the side possesses one of the best attacks in the league, though they might need to improve on their backline structure, something Urano Berpitulli will have to focus on.
Manager:Urano Berpitulli
Key players:Ekain Zuñiga(RM), Giovanni dos Santos Oliveira(CF), Gentile Morfini(CB), Iago Asputti(GK)


Club: AC Picilia
Ground: Stadio di Santo Valentino, Cuori(Capacity: 32,000)
Rivals: FC Demene(main)
Kit colors: Black and white
Last season's finish: 5th
Expectations and fan culture: 8th, the team possesses the 2nd best attack in the league, despite being much behind AC Pomena, however this works to the team's advantadge especially against teams which are hard to crack. Perhaps the closest-resembling style to the Pomenienze although not perfected, AC Picilia has quite a few fast players on its arsenal, willing to use them as effectively as possible. Despite representing one of the largest cities of the nation, AC Picilia's fanbase could be described as cult, with its ultras going full on on grunge and punk culture. Lots of flares and fireworks are brought to each home game in Stadio di Santo Valentino, causing every home game to become a sort of christmas or new year's celebration. Normally a very aggressive fanbase, but the club has distinguished 2 types of fanbases for inclusiveness of everyone in a safe enviroment. and the representation of the innocent and not-so-innocent sides of the club.
Manager:Sylvestro Pori
Key players:Marchisio De Pesca(GK), Giordano Limene(CF), Eustratio Panteri(LF), Gilberto Stallone(LB)


Club: Odiol Vinceti
Ground: Vinceti Catedral, Vinceti(Capacity: 53,000)
Rivals: U.S Remeno(secondary)
Kit colors: Green and red
Last season's finish: 4th
Expectations and fan culture: 7th, a fanbase that is ever-growing, especially after the club got acquired by huge automotive and ship-making company Odiol. Very popular amongst shipyard workers. Fan clubs in foreign nations, especially San Ortelio where they have formed a brotherhood with club Virtus Redoccio over perhaps the latter being invested on by Odiol but there are a lot of similarities between the fanbases. The Vinceti Catedral is a captivating stadium with a magnetic atmosphere, enough to attract even the least willing fan in the vibe of the stadium. Which is the exact reason this stadium is used for gli attaccanti's games as well. As a team they are the MOST effective teams when it comes to goals scored for/conceded. A concrete backline and a lot of small scoreline victories provide this team a leeway not many others have to the top 4 of the nation.
Manager:Fernando Galletti
Key players:Sebastian Solano(CB), Gustavo Suarez(LB), Iturbo Arribe(CF), Manolo Higuain(CM)


Club: S.S.C Tipoli
Ground: Il Metropolitano, Tipoli(Capacity: 40,000)
Rivals: None
Kit colors: Yellow and white
Last season's finish: 3rd
Expectations and fan culture: 6th, a prideful fanbase, especially due to the increasingly improving performances of the team. Quite jealous fanbase howeve, due to other, bigger maritime cities' more notable success when it comes to their own representation and loads of wishful thinking towards the improvement of their own. They will 100% pick on fanbases of other maritime sides and cause major havoc, however they have no major rivalries. The team has a strong attack and a balanced defence, it is no surprise they will be fighting for IFCF spots yet again.
Manager:Giuseppe Donnaromi
Key players:Leandro Domingues(CB), Jaumet Agostini(CF), Martin Rocher(RF), Josef Cambiasso(LB)


Club: AC Serone
Ground: Il Porto, Serone(Capacity: 30,000)
Rivals: Internazionale Serone(main and city)
Kit colors: Yellow and blue
Last season's finish: 2nd
Expectations and fan culture: 5th, industrial sector and naval workers and traders form the bulk of the squad. They are the most loyal fans in the nation, more loyal to the team than even the crown or the pope himself. They have incredibly intimidating chants enough to make any opposing side kneel down due to anxiety. Il Porto's atmosphere is hardly matched by any other. The team itself possesses an incredibly efficient attack and have quite a few superstars that can carry the team ahead, especially Qurijan striker, Modevideo Carpi who is clinical on goal. AC Serone are the only team to have won the Campionato that is not named AC Pomena, so they have a certain prestige around them and quite the deadly potential for a strong run and a high shot on the title, especially after last season.
Manager:Jordan Subito
Key players:Modevideo Carpi(CF), Pau Puig(CB), Chimo Quaranta(RM), Geronimo Polo(CF)


Club: AC Pomena
Ground: Il Nuovo Stadio Olimpico, Pomena(Capacity: 101,000)
Rivals: U.S Scudelli(main), AS Aguajú(secondary), U.S Remeno(city), Porcara FC(city)
Kit colors: Red and gold
Last season's finish: Champions!
Expectations and fan culture: 3rd, Cup winners!, the loyalist base most loyal to the crown, the team is representative of the capital as well as the whole nation and the only team to make a respectable run on any IFCF-related competition, or its predecessor UICA, having amassed a significant amount of victories. Internally, 4 out of the last 5 seasons have been won by the same team, the strongest in the modern, nation-wide era with a star-packed squad, what is there not to be proud of for this team. The creators of the might "Pomenienze" this team has a penetrating attack which leaves little space for the opposing defences to defend well and eventually suffocates them. Last season, however, they won the Campionato quite unconvincingly, which may be the start of a small slump, despite players like superstar Patxi Etxeberria approaching their peak ages and forms. Perhaps the club will focus on at least winning the cup, to showcase they can still win silverware even in their most unconvincing seasons.
Manager:Pietro Ancelotti
Key players:Patxi Etxeberria(RF), Carlo Callejon(CB), Izotz Ibarra(CB), Paulo Castelli(CF)
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CAMPIONATO JFA BANCA TORO MATCHDAYS 1-5


The Campionato JFA Banca Toro's 2027-8 season is officially under way and it started off with 2 flurries of goalscoring games on matchday one, AS Aguajú barely managed to clinch through the Stadio de la Santa Catarina unscathed in the first storm of goals of the matchday, winning 4-5 while FC Tiscan upsettingly hold on AC Pomena into a standstill that was a goalsfest of never ending dimensions, a 5-5 tie, counting as the single largest goalscoring game in the history of the Campionato. After 5 matchdays, two things have been clarified, initially, the title race is certainly ambiguous, with U.S Remeno leading the race as the only unbeaten team in the competition so far, clearing out most of the teams in the top 4 of the table early on and crushing Inter Serone 1-5 on matchday 5. AC Pomena's title defence that initially seemed quite bright, beating important competition and rivals Porcara FC along the way was cut short by a cruising Picgliara Calcio in a shocking home defeat, making the battle for the Campionato a 4-horse race with other teams following close by. S.S.C Tipoli has also managed to choke on almost all of their important games against the typical giants losing to AC Serone, U.S Scudelli and AC Pomena in quick succession in the first 4 matchdays, finding themselves at a significant disadvantadge. Herona Calcio are the pleasant surprise of the competition managing to be in 2nd place and beating out teams such as AC Serone and S.S.C Tipoli. So far none of the usual favorites, apart from AC Pomena are in a matchday's proximity from the top of the table.

Matchday 1
S.S.C Vilan 4–5 AS Aguajú
S.S.C Tipoli 1–2 AC Serone
U.S Scudelli 0–1 U.S Remeno
Herona Calcio 2–1 AC Picilia
FC Demene 2–0 S.S.C Pacgliari
FC Herone 1–0 FC Piluzzi
Internazionale Serone 0–3 Picgliara Calcio
Toro Calcio 0–0 Porcara FC
USC Toro 0–1 Odiol Vinceti
FC Tiscan 5–5 AC Pomena

Matchday 2
AS Aguajú 1–2 AC Pomena
Odiol Vinceti 3–1 FC Tiscan
Porcara FC 2–0 USC Toro
Picgliara Calcio 1–0 Toro Calcio
FC Piluzzi 0–1 Internazionale Serone
S.S.C Pacgliari 0–0 FC Herone
AC Picilia 4–3 FC Demene
U.S Remeno 3–2 Herona Calcio
AC Serone 1–4 U.S Scudelli
S.S.C Vilan 0–4 S.S.C Tipoli

Matchday 3
S.S.C Tipoli 2–0 AS Aguajú
U.S Scudelli 2–1 S.S.C Vilan
Herona Calcio 3–2 AC Serone
FC Demene 1–3 U.S Remeno
FC Herone 3–1 AC Picilia
Internazionale Serone 0–1 S.S.C Pacgliari
Toro Calcio 3–2 FC Piluzzi
USC Toro 2–2 Picgliara Calcio
FC Tiscan 0–0 Porcara FC
AC Pomena 2–1 Odiol Vinceti

Matchday 4
AS Aguajú 0–1 Odiol Vinceti
Porcara FC 0–1 AC Pomena
Picgliara Calcio 1–1 FC Tiscan
FC Piluzzi 0–1 USC Toro
S.S.C Pacgliari 1–0 Toro Calcio
AC Picilia 1–2 Internazionale Serone
U.S Remeno 1–1 FC Herone
AC Serone 0–0 FC Demene
S.S.C Vilan 1–2 Herona Calcio
S.S.C Tipoli 1–2 U.S Scudelli

Matchday 5
U.S Scudelli 1–2 AS Aguajú
Herona Calcio 2–1 S.S.C Tipoli
FC Demene 0–0 S.S.C Vilan
FC Herone 0–1 AC Serone
Internazionale Serone 1–5 U.S Remeno
Toro Calcio 3–3 AC Picilia
USC Toro 1–0 S.S.C Pacgliari
FC Tiscan 4–5 FC Piluzzi
AC Pomena 1–2 Picgliara Calcio
Odiol Vinceti 0–2 Porcara FC


Table after the first 5 matchdays:

                             Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 U.S Remeno 5 4 1 0 13 5 +8 13
2 Herona Calcio 5 4 0 1 11 8 +3 12
3 Picgliara Calcio 5 3 2 0 9 4 +5 11
4 AC Pomena 5 3 1 1 11 9 +2 10
5 U.S Scudelli 5 3 0 2 9 6 +3 9
6 Odiol Vinceti 5 3 0 2 6 5 +1 9
7 Porcara FC 5 2 2 1 4 1 +3 8
8 FC Herone 5 2 2 1 5 3 +2 8
9 USC Toro 5 2 1 2 4 5 −1 7
10 S.S.C Pacgliari 5 2 1 2 2 3 −1 7
11 AC Serone 5 2 1 2 6 8 −2 7
12 S.S.C Tipoli 5 2 0 3 9 6 +3 6
13 AS Aguajú 5 2 0 3 8 10 −2 6
14 Internazionale Serone 5 2 0 3 4 10 −6 6
15 FC Demene 5 1 2 2 6 7 −1 5
Toro Calcio 5 1 2 2 6 7 −1 5
17 AC Picilia 5 1 1 3 10 13 −3 4
18 FC Tiscan 5 0 3 2 11 14 −3 3
19 FC Piluzzi 5 1 0 4 7 10 −3 3
20 S.S.C Vilan 5 0 1 4 6 13 −7 1


For several teams, the season has started earlier than the rest for the summer preliminary rounds of the IFCF-sanctioned competitions, with a lot of these teams resting their Juven and Qurijan internationals returning from an exhausting World Cup and Cup of Harmony campaign and as a result they could not land all of their strongest talents against foreign teams, which meant that S.S.C Tipoli, Odiol Vinceti and AC Serone were all eliminated by the first round of the Challengers' Cup, luckily S.S.C Tipoli had managed a victory beforehand to boost the team's morale and coefficient. AC Pomena crushed Qariq 1000 both at home and away to qualify for the second round of the Champions' Cup rounds, while U.S Scudelli managed to go through Trimidau Rukiya's resistance due to away goals in what could be described as a nail-biter. These weak performances so far could be attributed to the Campionato's isolation and subsequent atrophy, which should mean that Juven teams will have to step up to the occasion in future matchdays.

Champions' Cup First Preliminary Round

(QQZ) Qariq 1000 1–6 AC Pomena (JUE) 1–3 0–3

Challengers' Cup Extra Preliminary Round & First Preliminary Round
(JUE) S.S.C Tipoli 4–2 Porto (NLA) 2–2 2–0
(JUE) Odiol Vinceti 2–3 Langlois Océanic (KSK) 2–0 0–3

(JUE) AS Serone 1–6 Malavan Romainbourg (OME) 1–3 0–3
(JUE) S.S.C Tipoli 2–5 Stanton Town (KRY) 0–2 2–3

Cup Winners' Cup First Preliminary Round
(PFA) Trimidau Rukiya 1–1 a U.S Scudelli (JUE) 1–1 0–0
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CAMPIONATO JFA BANCA TORO MATCHDAYS 6-10


With one fourth of the season now behind us, the league has yet to shape up a team with a concrete difference from the rest. Nevertheless, despite U.S Remeno's defeat on matchday 10, the team is not showing signs of slowing down and remain one of the favorites of the competition, especially after the away victory against city rivals in the Derby della Pomena with 1-3, Pereyra has been instrumental to the team's form and the maroons will be looking to protect the young prospect from a big splash of foreign interest come the summer window next season. AC Pomena, on the other, has been disastrous, what was a typical season start for the team has turned into an absolute nightmare in a matter of matchdays racking up 3 defeats in a row, which is the most the club has experienced in the Campionato and are currently sitting in 10th, far from IFCF spots and even further from IFCF competition. U.S Scudelli now possesses U.S Remeno's new danger alongside so far undefeated Picgliara Calcio in the title race. The battle for the last IFCF spot is between AC Serone, S.S.C Pacgliari and Odiol Vinceti, who are all tied with 18 points each, however Odiol can sleep in peace after being the first team to defeat the current league leaders with an exceptional performance by Iturbo Arribe who managed to give his team the last minute winner to escape the Stadio di Popolazione undamaged. Also of note is the matchday 9 Herona/Herone derby between FC Herone and Herona Calcio which saw the latter emerge victorious, much to the disdain of Herone's fans, who stormed the stadium after the match, putting other fans and the players in the stadium in danger. This resulted in FC Herone having to pay a fine equal to 30,000 Juven pesos or 51,000 NS$.

Matchday 6
AS Aguajú 2–2 Porcara FC
Picgliara Calcio 1–0 Odiol Vinceti
FC Piluzzi 0–1 AC Pomena
S.S.C Pacgliari 0–0 FC Tiscan
AC Picilia 1–1 USC Toro
U.S Remeno 1–0 Toro Calcio
AC Serone 0–0 Internazionale Serone
S.S.C Vilan 1–2 FC Herone
S.S.C Tipoli 1–0 FC Demene
U.S Scudelli 7–4 Herona Calcio

Matchday 7
Herona Calcio 0–1 AS Aguajú
FC Demene 0–1 U.S Scudelli
FC Herone 3–3 S.S.C Tipoli
Internazionale Serone 2–2 S.S.C Vilan
Toro Calcio 0–3 AC Serone
USC Toro 1–2 U.S Remeno
FC Tiscan 1–2 AC Picilia
AC Pomena 3–4 S.S.C Pacgliari
Odiol Vinceti 1–0 FC Piluzzi
Porcara FC 0–0 Picgliara Calcio

Matchday 8
AS Aguajú 0–1 Picgliara Calcio
FC Piluzzi 0–0 Porcara FC
S.S.C Pacgliari 1–0 Odiol Vinceti
AC Picilia 4–2 AC Pomena
U.S Remeno 1–1 FC Tiscan
AC Serone 2–0 USC Toro
S.S.C Vilan 4–1 Toro Calcio
S.S.C Tipoli 1–2 Internazionale Serone
U.S Scudelli 2–2 FC Herone
Herona Calcio 3–4 FC Demene

Matchday 9
FC Demene 2–0 AS Aguajú
FC Herone 2–3 Herona Calcio
Internazionale Serone 0–1 U.S Scudelli
Toro Calcio 5–3 S.S.C Tipoli
USC Toro 4–2 S.S.C Vilan
FC Tiscan 2–3 AC Serone
AC Pomena 1–3 U.S Remeno
Odiol Vinceti 1–0 AC Picilia
Porcara FC 0–1 S.S.C Pacgliari
Picgliara Calcio 0–0 FC Piluzzi

Matchday 10
AS Aguajú 0–1 FC Piluzzi
S.S.C Pacgliari 0–0 Picgliara Calcio
AC Picilia 2–0 Porcara FC
U.S Remeno 0–1 Odiol Vinceti
AC Serone 3–3 AC Pomena
S.S.C Vilan 0–2 FC Tiscan
S.S.C Tipoli 2–1 USC Toro
U.S Scudelli 3–2 Toro Calcio
Herona Calcio 1–1 Internazionale Serone
FC Demene 3–3 FC Herone


Table after matchday 10:
                             Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts
1 U.S Remeno 10 7 2 1 20 9 +11 23
2 U.S Scudelli 10 7 1 2 23 14 +9 22
3 Picgliara Calcio 10 5 5 0 11 4 +7 20
4 AC Serone 10 5 3 2 17 13 +4 18
5 Odiol Vinceti 10 6 0 4 9 7 +2 18
6 S.S.C Pacgliari 10 5 3 2 8 6 +2 18
7 Herona Calcio 10 5 1 4 22 23 −1 16
8 FC Herone 10 3 5 2 17 15 +2 14
9 AC Picilia 10 4 2 4 19 18 +1 14
10 AC Pomena 10 4 2 4 21 23 −2 14
11 S.S.C Tipoli 10 4 1 5 19 17 +2 13
12 FC Demene 10 3 3 4 15 15 0 12
13 Internazionale Serone 10 3 3 4 9 15 −6 12
14 Porcara FC 10 2 5 3 6 6 0 11
15 USC Toro 10 3 2 5 11 14 −3 11
16 AS Aguajú 10 3 1 6 11 16 −5 10
17 FC Tiscan 10 1 5 4 17 20 −3 8
18 FC Piluzzi 10 2 2 6 8 12 −4 8
19 Toro Calcio 10 2 2 6 14 21 −7 8
20 S.S.C Vilan 10 1 2 7 15 24 −9 5


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COPA JUVE BONERE PLAY-IN STAGE


In the meanwhile, it was also time for the Copa Juve to start, since 20 teams are participating in the competition, there is a play-in competition between the teams that finished 13th to 20th, however with U.S Scudelli's victory last season, they are guaranteed a spot in the round of 16 and instead, 12th placed Internazionale Serone took the team's spot.

And what a matchday it has been for some teams, Herona Calcio managed to comfortably defeat Toro Calcio, who still have not found their creative footing with Tore Christian's departure from the club. With an in-form Nespioti, Herona could be making a deeper run than other seasons in the cup and the league as well. FC Demene and S.S.C Vilan managed to get victories over their opponents in an one goal difference fashion. While last and certainly not least was the thriller of Stadio del Porto between FC Piluzzi and Porcara FC. It all seemed like a walk in the park for FC Porcara, a comfortable 2-goal difference by half time, playing extremely dominant offensive football, they could perhaps sit in the back and enjoy, but they overdid it. In the 77th minute, a header by Tarperini put FC Piluzzi back on the match. FC Piluzzi kept pressuring Porcara's side of the goal, with their efforts finally paying off in the dying minutes of the normal time, when Simon Oliveira risked it from the 35-meter mark with a rocket that hit the top right corner and everything was even. Extra time was played, with no chances of importance, and it was all decided on the penalty mark where Tarperini and Oliveira once again scored their penalties to give Piluzzi a big victory.

Toro Calcio 1–3 Herona Calcio
Toro Calcio:Atanasio Falcao, 36'
Herona Calcio:Domingo Cardinalio, 22', Alessandro Nespioti, 46', 88'

Internazionale Serone 0–1 FC Demene
FC Demene:Leon Dostescu, 67'

FC Piluzzi 2–2 Porcara FC (2–2 AET) (2–1 pen.)
FC Piluzzi:Giuseppe Tarperini, 77', Simon Oliveira, 90+2
Porcara FC:Manuel Castro, 18', Shareef Karimi, 37'

FC Tiscan 0–1 S.S.C Vilan
S.S.C Vilan:Ganymede Garcia, 72'

IFCF Competitions


In their IFCF duties, the difference in performances between AC Pomena and U.S Scudelli differed greatly, when AC Pomena got absolutely crushed by Mapletian champions Golden Eagles, U.S Scudelli comfortably got through Ōtachi Audfort's resistance for a spot in the round of 16 of the Cup Winners' Cup. Hope is not lost for the AC Pomena side as they got relegated to the third preliminary round of the Challengers' Cup, in hopes of qualifying for the group stages of the competition once again, like they had done a few seasons prior. U.S Scudelli will have to go through giant Northern Union in the round of 16 of the competition, who have won the Cup Winners' Cup for 2 times straight and will be looking for a threepeat. With the season nearing the half-way mark, AC Pomena, as well as already eliminated S.S.C Tipoli and AC Serone will be looking towards focusing on the upcoming FFI competitions on top of their league and cup duties, the season will become much busier.

Champions' Cup Second Preliminary Round
(JUE) AC Pomena 2–6 Golden Eagles (MAP) 0–2 2–4

Cup Winners' Cup First Round
(SAL) Ōtachi Audfort 0–3 U.S Scudelli (JUE) 0–1 0–2
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CAMPIONATO D'OSCIORU SEASON 2027-8


The Campionato D'Oscioru's 2nd official season finished, with no significant changes to the original 20-team format that was used in the previous season other than a slight reduction of ticket prices in order more people could enjoy their games, since there were not enough lucrative TV deals outside of Oscioru's direct sphere of influence in the Juvenophone world. In addition to that, seeing as how violence in neghbouring Juvencus' fields has been worrying high and with increasing tensions between the people of the 2 states in and out of Oscioru, extra security was added in important matches between mostly Juven-identifying and Osci-identifying sides.

The big money transfer of Juven superstar Tore Christian into the ranks of Union Juven resulted in the team reaching offense levels that have never been seen before in any Sonnelian league, such as a team with over 100+ goals, surpassing AC Pomena's record of 97 goals in the 2026-7 season. He was instrumental to the team's success following the scoring of 19 goals and delivering 34 assists. The first half of the season was, however more competitive and in fact, in the half-way mark the title race was between AC Cutti and Union Juven, however a 15-match winstreak from matchdays 20 till 34 saw them easily topping the league and subsequently winning their 2nd straight title, leaving the other teams' managements wondering if they should do the same.

Universita di Poma 1–0 Deportivo Magares
Universidad de Dronghi 1–1 AS Colparaiso
Canzaria FC 1–0 Calderon FC
Union Osce 1–0 Cobraloa FC
Conception United 4–2 Universidad de Sampona
AC Poma 0–0 AC Cutti
Universita di Oscioru 0–1 Estudiantes Polente
AS Odiol Vorona 5–1 Union Juven
Club Catolica 0–1 Club Otoledo

Deportivo Magares 1–5 Club Otoledo
Union Juven 3–1 Club Catolica
Estudiantes Polente 1–0 AS Odiol Vorona
AC Cutti 1–0 Universita di Oscioru
Universidad de Sampona 1–0 AC Poma
Cobraloa FC 0–0 Conception United
Calderon FC 1–2 Union Osce
AS Colparaiso 3–1 Canzaria FC
Universita di Poma 0–3 Universidad de Dronghi

Universidad de Dronghi 1–0 Deportivo Magares
Canzaria FC 3–3 Universita di Poma
Union Osce 0–0 AS Colparaiso
Conception United 1–2 Calderon FC
AC Poma 0–2 Cobraloa FC
Universita di Oscioru 1–1 Universidad de Sampona
AS Odiol Vorona 3–0 AC Cutti
Club Catolica 1–0 Estudiantes Polente
Club Otoledo 1–3 Union Juven

Deportivo Magares 1–5 Union Juven
Estudiantes Polente 0–1 Club Otoledo
AC Cutti 1–0 Club Catolica
Universidad de Sampona 1–0 AS Odiol Vorona
Cobraloa FC 0–1 Universita di Oscioru
Calderon FC 3–1 AC Poma
AS Colparaiso 1–0 Conception United
Universita di Poma 4–1 Union Osce
Universidad de Dronghi 0–1 Canzaria FC

Canzaria FC 0–1 Deportivo Magares
Union Osce 2–2 Universidad de Dronghi
Conception United 0–0 Universita di Poma
AC Poma 2–2 AS Colparaiso
Universita di Oscioru 2–0 Calderon FC
AS Odiol Vorona 2–0 Cobraloa FC
Club Catolica 1–0 Universidad de Sampona
Club Otoledo 0–3 AC Cutti
Union Juven 2–2 Estudiantes Polente


Deportivo Magares 0–3 Estudiantes Polente
AC Cutti 2–1 Union Juven
Universidad de Sampona 0–0 Club Otoledo
Cobraloa FC 0–0 Club Catolica
Calderon FC 0–0 AS Odiol Vorona
AS Colparaiso 1–0 Universita di Oscioru
Universita di Poma 0–0 AC Poma
Universidad de Dronghi 1–0 Conception United
Canzaria FC 0–2 Union Osce

Union Osce 1–3 Deportivo Magares
Conception United 2–0 Canzaria FC
AC Poma 1–1 Universidad de Dronghi
Universita di Oscioru 4–3 Universita di Poma
AS Odiol Vorona 1–0 AS Colparaiso
Club Catolica 1–1 Calderon FC
Club Otoledo 1–0 Cobraloa FC
Union Juven 2–1 Universidad de Sampona
Estudiantes Polente 1–1 AC Cutti

Deportivo Magares 2–2 AC Cutti
Universidad de Sampona 1–2 Estudiantes Polente
Cobraloa FC 1–4 Union Juven
Calderon FC 3–2 Club Otoledo
AS Colparaiso 2–0 Club Catolica
Universita di Poma 4–0 AS Odiol Vorona
Universidad de Dronghi 3–0 Universita di Oscioru
Canzaria FC 1–0 AC Poma
Union Osce 1–0 Conception United

Conception United 3–0 Deportivo Magares
AC Poma 1–3 Union Osce
Universita di Oscioru 0–2 Canzaria FC
AS Odiol Vorona 0–0 Universidad de Dronghi
Club Catolica 1–1 Universita di Poma
Club Otoledo 1–1 AS Colparaiso
Union Juven 4–0 Calderon FC
Estudiantes Polente 0–0 Cobraloa FC
AC Cutti 1–0 Universidad de Sampona

Deportivo Magares 0–1 Universidad de Sampona
Cobraloa FC 0–1 AC Cutti
Calderon FC 0–0 Estudiantes Polente
AS Colparaiso 1–3 Union Juven
Universita di Poma 1–8 Club Otoledo
Universidad de Dronghi 1–0 Club Catolica
Canzaria FC 1–3 AS Odiol Vorona
Union Osce 1–0 Universita di Oscioru
Conception United 0–2 AC Poma


AC Poma 5–1 Deportivo Magares
Universita di Oscioru 0–0 Conception United
AS Odiol Vorona 2–0 Union Osce
Club Catolica 2–1 Canzaria FC
Club Otoledo 0–2 Universidad de Dronghi
Union Juven 0–0 Universita di Poma
Estudiantes Polente 0–2 AS Colparaiso
AC Cutti 0–1 Calderon FC
Universidad de Sampona 1–0 Cobraloa FC

Deportivo Magares 1–1 Cobraloa FC
Calderon FC 1–0 Universidad de Sampona
AS Colparaiso 0–3 AC Cutti
Universita di Poma 2–1 Estudiantes Polente
Universidad de Dronghi 1–3 Union Juven
Canzaria FC 4–2 Club Otoledo
Union Osce 1–0 Club Catolica
Conception United 1–1 AS Odiol Vorona
AC Poma 0–1 Universita di Oscioru

Universita di Oscioru 0–4 Deportivo Magares
AS Odiol Vorona 4–0 AC Poma
Club Catolica 0–1 Conception United
Club Otoledo 1–0 Union Osce
Union Juven 3–3 Canzaria FC
Estudiantes Polente 0–1 Universidad de Dronghi
AC Cutti 3–2 Universita di Poma
Universidad de Sampona 1–0 AS Colparaiso
Cobraloa FC 0–2 Calderon FC

Deportivo Magares 0–2 Calderon FC
AS Colparaiso 3–0 Cobraloa FC
Universita di Poma 0–2 Universidad de Sampona
Universidad de Dronghi 0–1 AC Cutti
Canzaria FC 2–1 Estudiantes Polente
Union Osce 2–4 Union Juven
Conception United 2–0 Club Otoledo
AC Poma 1–0 Club Catolica
Universita di Oscioru 0–1 AS Odiol Vorona

AS Odiol Vorona 1–2 Deportivo Magares
Club Catolica 0–0 Universita di Oscioru
Club Otoledo 1–0 AC Poma
Union Juven 1–0 Conception United
Estudiantes Polente 0–1 Union Osce
AC Cutti 0–1 Canzaria FC
Universidad de Sampona 2–1 Universidad de Dronghi
Cobraloa FC 1–2 Universita di Poma
Calderon FC 2–3 AS Colparaiso

Deportivo Magares 3–1 AS Colparaiso
Universita di Poma 0–2 Calderon FC
Universidad de Dronghi 2–0 Cobraloa FC
Canzaria FC 1–2 Universidad de Sampona
Union Osce 0–0 AC Cutti
Conception United 0–1 Estudiantes Polente
AC Poma 0–3 Union Juven
Universita di Oscioru 1–0 Club Otoledo
AS Odiol Vorona 0–0 Club Catolica


Club Catolica 3–1 Deportivo Magares
Club Otoledo 0–1 AS Odiol Vorona
Union Juven 2–1 Universita di Oscioru
Estudiantes Polente 3–2 AC Poma
AC Cutti 1–0 Conception United
Universidad de Sampona 2–1 Union Osce
Cobraloa FC 1–2 Canzaria FC
Calderon FC 1–0 Universidad de Dronghi
AS Colparaiso 1–1 Universita di Poma

                              Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Union Juven 17 12 3 2 44 22 +22 39
2 AC Cutti 17 10 4 3 20 11 +9 34
3 AS Odiol Vorona 17 9 4 4 24 11 +13 31
4 Calderon FC 17 9 3 5 21 17 +4 30
5 Universidad de Sampona 17 9 2 6 18 15 +3 29
6 Universidad de Dronghi 17 8 4 5 20 12 +8 28
7 Union Osce 17 8 3 6 19 20 −1 27
8 AS Colparaiso 17 7 5 5 22 19 +3 26
9 Canzaria FC 17 8 2 7 24 25 −1 26
10 Club Otoledo 17 7 2 8 24 22 +2 23
11 Estudiantes Polente 17 6 4 7 16 16 0 22
12 Universita di Poma 17 5 6 6 24 30 −6 21
13 Conception United 17 5 4 8 14 13 +1 19
14 Universita di Oscioru 17 5 3 9 11 20 −9 18
15 Club Catolica 17 4 5 8 10 15 −5 17
16 Deportivo Magares 17 5 2 10 20 35 −15 17
17 AC Poma 17 3 4 10 15 26 −11 13
18 Cobraloa FC 17 1 4 12 6 23 −17 7


Deportivo Magares 3–3 Universita di Poma
AS Colparaiso 0–2 Universidad de Dronghi
Calderon FC 1–1 Canzaria FC
Cobraloa FC 0–1 Union Osce
Universidad de Sampona 1–0 Conception United
AC Cutti 2–0 AC Poma
Estudiantes Polente 0–1 Universita di Oscioru
Union Juven 0–1 AS Odiol Vorona
Club Otoledo 1–0 Club Catolica

Club Otoledo 1–0 Deportivo Magares
Club Catolica 1–1 Union Juven
AS Odiol Vorona 2–1 Estudiantes Polente
Universita di Oscioru 1–4 AC Cutti
AC Poma 0–0 Universidad de Sampona
Conception United 0–1 Cobraloa FC
Union Osce 0–0 Calderon FC
Canzaria FC 3–6 AS Colparaiso
Universidad de Dronghi 1–0 Universita di Poma

Deportivo Magares 0–1 Universidad de Dronghi
Universita di Poma 5–3 Canzaria FC
AS Colparaiso 2–1 Union Osce
Calderon FC 0–1 Conception United
Cobraloa FC 1–1 AC Poma
Universidad de Sampona 1–0 Universita di Oscioru
AC Cutti 1–1 AS Odiol Vorona
Estudiantes Polente 0–1 Club Catolica
Union Juven 3–2 Club Otoled

Union Juven 8–1 Deportivo Magares
Club Otoledo 0–0 Estudiantes Polente
Club Catolica 0–0 AC Cutti
AS Odiol Vorona 3–2 Universidad de Sampona
Universita di Oscioru 0–2 Cobraloa FC
AC Poma 0–0 Calderon FC
Conception United 0–2 AS Colparaiso
Union Osce 1–1 Universita di Poma
Canzaria FC 2–0 Universidad de Dronghi

Deportivo Magares 0–1 Canzaria FC
Universidad de Dronghi 1–0 Union Osce
Universita di Poma 4–4 Conception United
AS Colparaiso 1–0 AC Poma
Calderon FC 0–1 Universita di Oscioru
Cobraloa FC 0–1 AS Odiol Vorona
Universidad de Sampona 2–0 Club Catolica
AC Cutti 2–0 Club Otoledo
Estudiantes Polente 1–2 Union Juven


Estudiantes Polente 6–0 Deportivo Magares
Union Juven 2–0 AC Cutti
Club Otoledo 0–0 Universidad de Sampona
Club Catolica 1–0 Cobraloa FC
AS Odiol Vorona 0–1 Calderon FC
Universita di Oscioru 2–2 AS Colparaiso
AC Poma 1–0 Universita di Poma
Conception United 1–0 Universidad de Dronghi
Union Osce 1–1 Canzaria FC

Deportivo Magares 3–1 Union Osce
Canzaria FC 1–0 Conception United
Universidad de Dronghi 4–1 AC Poma
Universita di Poma 1–1 Universita di Oscioru
AS Colparaiso 2–4 AS Odiol Vorona
Calderon FC 0–2 Club Catolica
Cobraloa FC 0–3 Club Otoledo
Universidad de Sampona 0–4 Union Juven
AC Cutti 3–0 Estudiantes Polente

AC Cutti 1–0 Deportivo Magares
Estudiantes Polente 0–0 Universidad de Sampona
Union Juven 4–1 Cobraloa FC
Club Otoledo 0–0 Calderon FC
Club Catolica 0–2 AS Colparaiso
AS Odiol Vorona 5–3 Universita di Poma
Universita di Oscioru 0–1 Universidad de Dronghi
AC Poma 1–3 Canzaria FC
Conception United 0–0 Union Osce

Deportivo Magares 1–3 Conception United
Union Osce 0–2 AC Poma
Canzaria FC 1–4 Universita di Oscioru
Universidad de Dronghi 0–1 AS Odiol Vorona
Universita di Poma 2–1 Club Catolica
AS Colparaiso 0–1 Club Otoledo
Calderon FC 1–5 Union Juven
Cobraloa FC 0–1 Estudiantes Polente
Universidad de Sampona 1–0 AC Cutti

Universidad de Sampona 0–1 Deportivo Magares
AC Cutti 0–1 Cobraloa FC
Estudiantes Polente 1–0 Calderon FC
Union Juven 3–0 AS Colparaiso
Club Otoledo 0–0 Universita di Poma
Club Catolica 0–0 Universidad de Dronghi
AS Odiol Vorona 0–1 Canzaria FC
Universita di Oscioru 0–2 Union Osce
AC Poma 0–0 Conception United

Deportivo Magares 1–3 AC Poma
Conception United 0–0 Universita di Oscioru
Union Osce 1–0 AS Odiol Vorona
Canzaria FC 1–0 Club Catolica
Universidad de Dronghi 3–0 Club Otoledo
Universita di Poma 1–8 Union Juven
AS Colparaiso 2–2 Estudiantes Polente
Calderon FC 1–0 AC Cutti
Cobraloa FC 0–0 Universidad de Sampona


Cobraloa FC 1–1 Deportivo Magares
Universidad de Sampona 0–1 Calderon FC
AC Cutti 2–0 AS Colparaiso
Estudiantes Polente 0–2 Universita di Poma
Union Juven 3–0 Universidad de Dronghi
Club Otoledo 0–3 Canzaria FC
Club Catolica 0–1 Union Osce
AS Odiol Vorona 2–0 Conception United
Universita di Oscioru 1–0 AC Poma

Deportivo Magares 1–2 Universita di Oscioru
AC Poma 0–1 AS Odiol Vorona
Conception United 0–1 Club Catolica
Union Osce 1–1 Club Otoledo
Canzaria FC 1–9 Union Juven
Universidad de Dronghi 1–0 Estudiantes Polente
Universita di Poma 3–1 AC Cutti
AS Colparaiso 0–0 Universidad de Sampona
Calderon FC 1–0 Cobraloa FC

Calderon FC 1–1 Deportivo Magares
Cobraloa FC 1–0 AS Colparaiso
Universidad de Sampona 1–2 Universita di Poma
AC Cutti 0–0 Universidad de Dronghi
Estudiantes Polente 3–3 Canzaria FC
Union Juven 3–1 Union Osce
Club Otoledo 1–2 Conception United
Club Catolica 0–0 AC Poma
AS Odiol Vorona 2–1 Universita di Oscioru

Deportivo Magares 0–0 AS Odiol Vorona
Universita di Oscioru 0–1 Club Catolica
AC Poma 0–0 Club Otoledo
Conception United 1–6 Union Juven
Union Osce 0–0 Estudiantes Polente
Canzaria FC 0–1 AC Cutti
Universidad de Dronghi 0–0 Universidad de Sampona
Universita di Poma 1–2 Cobraloa FC
AS Colparaiso 1–4 Calderon FC

AS Colparaiso 1–0 Deportivo Magares
Calderon FC 1–1 Universita di Poma
Cobraloa FC 0–1 Universidad de Dronghi
Universidad de Sampona 2–0 Canzaria FC
AC Cutti 1–0 Union Osce
Estudiantes Polente 2–1 Conception United
Union Juven 5–1 AC Poma
Club Otoledo 0–2 Universita di Oscioru
Club Catolica 1–1 AS Odiol Vorona

Deportivo Magares 1–2 Club Catolica
AS Odiol Vorona 1–1 Club Otoledo
Universita di Oscioru 0–6 Union Juven
AC Poma 1–0 Estudiantes Polente
Conception United 0–1 AC Cutti
Union Osce 0–1 Universidad de Sampona
Canzaria FC 0–1 Cobraloa FC
Universidad de Dronghi 1–0 Calderon FC
Universita di Poma 3–3 AS Colparaiso


Table at the end of the Campionato:

                              Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Union Juven 34 27 4 3 116 35 +81 85 Champions, qualified for Champions' Cup
2 AS Odiol Vorona 34 19 8 7 49 26 +23 65 Qualified for Challengers' Cup
3 AC Cutti 34 19 7 8 39 21 +18 64 Qualified for Challengers' Cup
4 Universidad de Dronghi 34 18 7 9 36 20 +16 61 Qualified for Challengers' Cup

5 Universidad de Sampona 34 15 8 11 29 26 +3 53
6 Calderon FC 34 14 9 11 33 32 +1 51
7 Canzaria FC 34 15 5 14 49 59 −10 50
8 AS Colparaiso 34 13 9 12 46 47 −1 48
9 Union Osce 34 12 9 13 30 36 −6 45
10 Universita di Poma 34 10 13 11 56 66 −10 43
11 Club Otoledo 34 11 9 14 35 39 −4 42
12 Club Catolica 34 10 10 14 21 27 −6 40
13 Estudiantes Polente 34 10 9 15 33 35 −2 39
14 Universita di Oscioru 34 11 6 17 27 44 −17 39
15 Conception United 34 9 8 17 27 36 −9 35
16 AC Poma 34 7 10 17 26 45 −19 31
17 Cobraloa FC 34 7 7 20 17 39 −22 28
18 Deportivo Magares 34 7 6 21 34 70 −36 27


Campionato Oscioru Golden Boot:
Ismail Nikolovski(Union Juven): 33 goals
Tore Christian(Union Juven): 19 goals
Seokjin Kang(AS Odiol Vorona): 16 goals
Regu Coalcute(Universidad de Dronghi): 15 goals
Diogo Abate(Canzaria FC): 14 goals


Campionato Oscioru Golden Assistmaker:
Tore Christian(Union Juven): 34 assists
Alessandro Donatteli(Union Juven): 18 assists
Fatin Al-Ghazzawi(AC Cutti): 12 assists
Giacobbo Cancelli(Canzaria FC): 10 assists
Martin Glacier(Club Catolica): 8 assists

Oscioru(OSC) Qualifiers:
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Champions' Cup: Union Juven
Challengers' Cup: AS Odiol Vorona, AC Cutti, Universidad de Dronghi

FFI Liga Dos Vencedores: Union Juven, AS Odiol Vorona
FFI Taça das Confederações: AC Cutti

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CAMPIONATO JFA BANCA TORO MATCHDAYS 11-19 & MID-SEASON REVIEW


And just like that, we are half-way through the season, and what a season it has been so far. The table is starting to take shape with U.S Remeno leading the title race, being as on-form as ever, although in more recent matchdays their form could be described as a bit sluggish or inconsistent. Meanwhile Picgliara Calcio is breathing on U.S Remeno's neck at the moment, being a serious title contender, not willing to concede, however with their struggles in finding the net it might be a bit too hard to clinch on some very important victories and they missed their chance at Stadio di Popolazione to perhaps surpass Remeno in the standings. Meanwhile AC Pomena's title defence, which started to look as intended has taken a serious turn for the worse after 2 abysmal matchdays against both Torona sides both at the stadio Olimpico and away, however they currently possess bragging rights over rivals U.S Scudelli, after defeating them 3-1, yet another serious contender in this title and IFCF spot race, which is as close as ever with the points difference between 3rd placed AC Pomena and 7th placed AC Serone being a mere 2 points, so anything could happen in the 2nd half of the season.

Matchday 11
FC Herone 0–1 AS Aguajú
Internazionale Serone 3–1 FC Demene
Toro Calcio 1–1 Herona Calcio
USC Toro 1–0 U.S Scudelli
FC Tiscan 0–4 S.S.C Tipoli
AC Pomena 0–0 S.S.C Vilan
Odiol Vinceti 1–1 AC Serone
Porcara FC 0–1 U.S Remeno
Picgliara Calcio 0–0 AC Picilia
FC Piluzzi 1–0 S.S.C Pacgliari

Matchday 12
AS Aguajú 1–1 S.S.C Pacgliari
AC Picilia 2–2 FC Piluzzi
U.S Remeno 0–0 Picgliara Calcio
AC Serone 1–0 Porcara FC
S.S.C Vilan 4–1 Odiol Vinceti
S.S.C Tipoli 2–3 AC Pomena
U.S Scudelli 2–2 FC Tiscan
Herona Calcio 3–4 USC Toro
FC Demene 3–1 Toro Calcio
FC Herone 0–0 Internazionale Serone

Matchday 13
Internazionale Serone 2–1 AS Aguajú
Toro Calcio 4–3 FC Herone
USC Toro 3–3 FC Demene
FC Tiscan 3–2 Herona Calcio
AC Pomena 3–1 U.S Scudelli
Odiol Vinceti 1–0 S.S.C Tipoli
Porcara FC 0–0 S.S.C Vilan
Picgliara Calcio 1–0 AC Serone
FC Piluzzi 0–1 U.S Remeno
S.S.C Pacgliari 0–1 AC Picilia

Matchday 14
AS Aguajú 1–1 AC Picilia
U.S Remeno 0–1 S.S.C Pacgliari
AC Serone 2–0 FC Piluzzi
S.S.C Vilan 0–1 Picgliara Calcio
S.S.C Tipoli 1–1 Porcara FC
U.S Scudelli 0–0 Odiol Vinceti
Herona Calcio 0–3 AC Pomena
FC Demene 1–1 FC Tiscan
FC Herone 1–1 USC Toro
Internazionale Serone 0–2 Toro Calcio

Matchday 15
Toro Calcio 0–1 AS Aguajú
USC Toro 0–0 Internazionale Serone
FC Tiscan 1–1 FC Herone
AC Pomena 1–0 FC Demene
Odiol Vinceti 3–2 Herona Calcio
Porcara FC 0–0 U.S Scudelli
Picgliara Calcio 0–0 S.S.C Tipoli
FC Piluzzi 0–1 S.S.C Vilan
S.S.C Pacgliari 2–2 AC Serone
AC Picilia 1–1 U.S Remeno

Matchday 16
AS Aguajú 1–2 U.S Remeno
AC Serone 0–0 AC Picilia
S.S.C Vilan 1–3 S.S.C Pacgliari
S.S.C Tipoli 1–1 FC Piluzzi
U.S Scudelli 0–3 Picgliara Calcio
Herona Calcio 1–4 Porcara FC
FC Demene 1–0 Odiol Vinceti
FC Herone 2–4 AC Pomena
Internazionale Serone 3–1 FC Tiscan
Toro Calcio 2–0 USC Toro

Matchday 17
USC Toro 0–1 AS Aguajú
FC Tiscan 0–0 Toro Calcio
AC Pomena 3–0 Internazionale Serone
Odiol Vinceti 0–1 FC Herone
Porcara FC 1–0 FC Demene
Picgliara Calcio 0–1 Herona Calcio
FC Piluzzi 0–2 U.S Scudelli
S.S.C Pacgliari 2–1 S.S.C Tipoli
AC Picilia 5–4 S.S.C Vilan
U.S Remeno 5–3 AC Serone

Matchday 18
AS Aguajú 3–3 AC Serone
S.S.C Vilan 0–1 U.S Remeno
S.S.C Tipoli 0–4 AC Picilia
U.S Scudelli 0–0 S.S.C Pacgliari
Herona Calcio 2–1 FC Piluzzi
FC Demene 0–1 Picgliara Calcio
FC Herone 3–5 Porcara FC
Internazionale Serone 0–2 Odiol Vinceti
Toro Calcio 2–0 AC Pomena
USC Toro 2–2 FC Tiscan

Matchday 19
FC Tiscan 0–1 AS Aguajú
AC Pomena 1–3 USC Toro
Odiol Vinceti 4–3 Toro Calcio
Porcara FC 2–1 Internazionale Serone
Picgliara Calcio 1–0 FC Herone
FC Piluzzi 0–3 FC Demene
S.S.C Pacgliari 2–0 Herona Calcio
AC Picilia 0–1 U.S Scudelli
U.S Remeno 1–3 S.S.C Tipoli
AC Serone 4–0 S.S.C Vilan


                             Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 U.S Remeno 19 12 4 3 32 18 +14 40
2 Picgliara Calcio 19 10 8 1 18 5 +13 38
3 AC Pomena 19 10 3 6 39 33 +6 33
4 S.S.C Pacgliari 19 9 6 4 19 13 +6 33
5 U.S Scudelli 19 9 5 5 29 23 +6 32
6 Odiol Vinceti 19 10 2 7 21 19 +2 32
7 AC Serone 19 8 7 4 33 25 +8 31
8 AC Picilia 19 7 7 5 33 27 +6 28
9 Porcara FC 19 6 8 5 19 14 +5 26
10 AS Aguajú 19 7 4 8 22 25 −3 25
11 USC Toro 19 6 6 7 25 27 −2 24
12 FC Demene 19 6 5 8 27 26 +1 23
13 Internazionale Serone 19 6 5 8 18 27 −9 23
14 Herona Calcio 19 7 2 10 34 44 −10 23
15 S.S.C Tipoli 19 6 4 9 31 30 +1 22
16 Toro Calcio 19 6 4 9 29 33 −4 22
17 FC Herone 19 4 8 7 28 32 −4 20
18 FC Tiscan 19 2 10 7 27 36 −9 16
19 FC Piluzzi 19 3 4 12 13 26 −13 13
20 S.S.C Vilan 19 3 4 12 25 39 −14 13


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COPA JUVE BONERE ROUND OF 16 & QUARTER-FINALS


Mid-season break was cut short for the squads still in the Copa and an exciting round of 16 and quarter-finals that followed commenced. ALL THE GIANTS ARE OUT! Every. Single. One. Out! Pomena's disastrous season keeps going on with a defeat to AC Picilia in the round of 16, cup winners U.S Scudelli will not be able to defend their trophy after defeat against minnows FC Herone. Current league leaders in Remeno got shown the door by prolific Giancarlo Sperini who, with a 90th minute goal gave S.S.C Pacgliari the quarter-finals ticket. Lastly, AC Serone got defeated by Odiol Vinceti, who have entered the competition as comfortably as ever and are currently in the semi-finals of the competition.

Picgliara Calcio, who are playing a season out of their minds can completely focus on the title race as well now after upset against S.S.C Vilan who keep moving forward with their Cinderella story, freezing the Stadio Ampelone with an overtime shocker by overperforming Ganymede Garcia. S.S.C Tipoli's also horrendous season so far is not short of overtime thrillers with goalless draws resulting in penalties, their kicker's cold-bloodedness is enough to push them forward against S.S.C Pacgliari, who could not beat 2 favorites in a row. Last, but not least, the Classico di Herona of the quarter-finals was a massacre,a 4-5 scoreline, with each team scoring one after another in a match where the victor could not be predicted, the Nespioti-Beziri duo however proved to be too much for the french-speaking Herone side and a pitch invasion happened not much after the final whistle, halting Herona Calcio's celebrations early, FC Herone will have to pay yet another fine for putting the rival sides' players as well as their own fans at risk.

S.S.C Tipoli 0–0 FC Piluzzi (0–0 AET) (2–1 pen.)
S.S.C Pacgliari 1–0 U.S Remeno
USC Toro 0–1 Picgliara Calcio
AS Aguajú 2–2 S.S.C Vilan (2–2 AET) (2–3 pen.)
FC Herone 2–2 U.S Scudelli (3–2 AET)
Herona Calcio 1–1 FC Demene (1–1 AET) (4–3 pen.)
Odiol Vinceti 1–0 AC Serone
AC Pomena 0–2 AC Picilia

S.S.C Tipoli 0–0 S.S.C Pacgliari (0–0 AET) (3–0 pen.)
Picgliara Calcio 0–0 S.S.C Vilan (0–1 AET)
FC Herone 4–5 Herona Calcio
Odiol Vinceti 1–0 AC Picilia

IFCF and FFI competitions

What a horrible ending for the IFCF competitions. Tragic performances from both AC Pomena and U.S Scudelli, as they got schooled by SC Perdegal and Northern Union respectively. The amount of disrespect shown by Northern Union against U.S Scudelli has not been taken well by the team as well as other sides in the nation, as such stadium violence may be quite likely in a future meeting between the Brenecians and any Juven side, due to the animosity sparked.

AC Pomena's drama in all competitions does not end here, the FFI Liga dos Vencedores' qualifying round was the breeding grounds for another abysmal performance, albeit significanly closer than the one against SC Pedregal, this time a defeat against Squidroidian side Calamari Wanderers CFC proves why AC Pomena might lack squad depth, as Exteberria's running out of steam and the attack is unable to find net. In good news, AC Serone comfortable defeated Kohnhead City FC to qualify for the group stages of the Liga dos Vencedores followed suit by an in-form S.S.C Tipoli crushing Deportivo Launia in the qualifying round of the Taça das Confederações. With 2 associations in the FFI competitions' group stages, there is hope for a solid performance from both and perhaps the first ever deep run in any international club competition.

Challengers' Cup Third Preliminary Round
(TEQ) SC Pedregal 6–1 AC Pomena (JUE) 2–1 4–0

Cup Winners' Cup Round of 16
(JUE) U.S Scudelli 1–11 Northern Union (BRE) 1–6 0–5

Liga dos Vencedores Qualifying Round
(SQR) Calamari Wanderers CFC 4–3 AC Pomena (JUE) 3–2 1–1
(KND) Kohnhead City FC 0–3 AC Serone (JUE) 0–1 0–2

Taça das Confederações Qualifying Round
(MVE) Deportivo Launia 1–5 S.S.C Tipoli (JUE) 0–3 1–2
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CAMPIONATO JFA BANCA TORO MATCHDAYS 20-30


And the second half of the season not only has commencted, but we have over half of it compete. The tides have changed, what was a smooth sailing ship in U.S Remeno's side is starting to sink with a horrible streak of defeats in the last matchdays(5 matches ended in defeat). AC Pomena at this time of the season has surpassed the amount of defeats of last season and everyone is looking at how the main representatives of the capital are going to pull through, as title challenging seems pretty much impossible at this point. Picgliara Calcio remains an unbeatable boulder to get through, although most teams have warmed up at this point in the season have started to find the net with more ease than in the first half. Matchday 25 vs Odiol Vinceti at the Catedral was marked by a catastrophic 3-8 loss at the current leaderboard leaders, while S.S.C Tipoli made sure to crush Toro Calcio 8-2 at home a couple matchdays later. So far, the team to look for however has be U.S Scudelli, as they have been showcasing a phenomenal attack and possess a serious challenge to taking the Campionato to Scudelli.

Matchday 20
AS Aguajú 2–2 S.S.C Vilan
AC Serone 2–2 S.S.C Tipoli
U.S Remeno 2–5 U.S Scudelli
AC Picilia 1–1 Herona Calcio
S.S.C Pacgliari 0–0 FC Demene
FC Piluzzi 0–1 FC Herone
Picgliara Calcio 2–2 Internazionale Serone
Porcara FC 2–0 Toro Calcio
Odiol Vinceti 1–0 USC Toro
AC Pomena 3–4 FC Tiscan

Matchday 21
AC Pomena 2–3 AS Aguajú
FC Tiscan 0–1 Odiol Vinceti
USC Toro 1–0 Porcara FC
Toro Calcio 1–4 Picgliara Calcio
Internazionale Serone 4–2 FC Piluzzi
FC Herone 0–1 S.S.C Pacgliari
FC Demene 2–2 AC Picilia
Herona Calcio 1–0 U.S Remeno
U.S Scudelli 2–1 AC Serone
S.S.C Tipoli 4–1 S.S.C Vilan

Matchday 22
AS Aguajú 0–0 S.S.C Tipoli
S.S.C Vilan 0–0 U.S Scudelli
AC Serone 4–0 Herona Calcio
U.S Remeno 2–0 FC Demene
AC Picilia 4–3 FC Herone
S.S.C Pacgliari 1–0 Internazionale Serone
FC Piluzzi 0–0 Toro Calcio
Picgliara Calcio 2–2 USC Toro
Porcara FC 2–0 FC Tiscan
Odiol Vinceti 2–2 AC Pomena

Matchday 23
Odiol Vinceti 0–1 AS Aguajú
AC Pomena 2–0 Porcara FC
FC Tiscan 0–1 Picgliara Calcio
USC Toro 1–0 FC Piluzzi
Toro Calcio 0–1 S.S.C Pacgliari
Internazionale Serone 0–0 AC Picilia
FC Herone 1–1 U.S Remeno
FC Demene 1–2 AC Serone
Herona Calcio 0–0 S.S.C Vilan
U.S Scudelli 2–3 S.S.C Tipoli

Matchday 24
AS Aguajú 3–4 U.S Scudelli
S.S.C Tipoli 2–2 Herona Calcio
S.S.C Vilan 0–1 FC Demene
AC Serone 3–2 FC Herone
U.S Remeno 2–0 Internazionale Serone
AC Picilia 0–3 Toro Calcio
S.S.C Pacgliari 0–0 USC Toro
FC Piluzzi 1–1 FC Tiscan
Picgliara Calcio 2–1 AC Pomena
Porcara FC 0–0 Odiol Vinceti

Matchday 25
Porcara FC 0–1 AS Aguajú
Odiol Vinceti 3–8 Picgliara Calcio
AC Pomena 3–3 FC Piluzzi
FC Tiscan 0–1 S.S.C Pacgliari
USC Toro 0–2 AC Picilia
Toro Calcio 1–4 U.S Remeno
Internazionale Serone 0–2 AC Serone
FC Herone 0–0 S.S.C Vilan
FC Demene 2–4 S.S.C Tipoli
Herona Calcio 1–3 U.S Scudelli

Matchday 26
AS Aguajú 5–1 Herona Calcio
U.S Scudelli 2–1 FC Demene
S.S.C Tipoli 0–0 FC Herone
S.S.C Vilan 1–1 Internazionale Serone
AC Serone 2–1 Toro Calcio
U.S Remeno 2–1 USC Toro
AC Picilia 2–0 FC Tiscan
S.S.C Pacgliari 0–1 AC Pomena
FC Piluzzi 1–2 Odiol Vinceti
Picgliara Calcio 0–0 Porcara FC

Matchday 27
Picgliara Calcio 1–0 AS Aguajú
Porcara FC 0–2 FC Piluzzi
Odiol Vinceti 0–0 S.S.C Pacgliari
AC Pomena 6–2 AC Picilia
FC Tiscan 1–0 U.S Remeno
USC Toro 3–4 AC Serone
Toro Calcio 1–2 S.S.C Vilan
Internazionale Serone 2–4 S.S.C Tipoli
FC Herone 1–4 U.S Scudelli
FC Demene 0–0 Herona Calcio

Matchday 28
AS Aguajú 1–2 FC Demene
Herona Calcio 4–2 FC Herone
U.S Scudelli 1–0 Internazionale Serone
S.S.C Tipoli 8–2 Toro Calcio
S.S.C Vilan 2–1 USC Toro
AC Serone 3–0 FC Tiscan
U.S Remeno 2–5 AC Pomena
AC Picilia 1–0 Odiol Vinceti
S.S.C Pacgliari 1–0 Porcara FC
FC Piluzzi 0–2 Picgliara Calcio

Matchday 29
FC Piluzzi 2–5 AS Aguajú
Picgliara Calcio 1–0 S.S.C Pacgliari
Porcara FC 1–1 AC Picilia
Odiol Vinceti 1–0 U.S Remeno
AC Pomena 1–0 AC Serone
FC Tiscan 2–2 S.S.C Vilan
USC Toro 1–1 S.S.C Tipoli
Toro Calcio 0–2 U.S Scudelli
Internazionale Serone 0–0 Herona Calcio
FC Herone 1–0 FC Demene

Matchday 30
AS Aguajú 3–0 FC Herone
FC Demene 0–1 Internazionale Serone
Herona Calcio 1–2 Toro Calcio
U.S Scudelli 5–4 USC Toro
S.S.C Tipoli 1–1 FC Tiscan
S.S.C Vilan 2–1 AC Pomena
AC Serone 1–1 Odiol Vinceti
U.S Remeno 2–0 Porcara FC
AC Picilia 1–0 Picgliara Calcio
S.S.C Pacgliari 1–0 FC Piluzzi


                             Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Picgliara Calcio 30 17 11 2 41 15 +26 62
2 U.S Scudelli 30 18 6 6 59 39 +20 60
3 U.S Remeno 30 17 5 8 49 34 +15 56
4 AC Serone 30 15 9 6 57 38 +19 54
5 S.S.C Pacgliari 30 15 9 6 25 15 +10 54
6 AC Pomena 30 15 5 10 66 53 +13 50
7 Odiol Vinceti 30 14 6 10 32 33 −1 48
8 AC Picilia 30 12 11 7 49 43 +6 47
9 AS Aguajú 30 13 6 11 46 39 +7 45
10 S.S.C Tipoli 30 11 10 9 60 45 +15 43
11 Porcara FC 30 8 11 11 24 24 0 35
12 Herona Calcio 30 9 7 14 45 63 −18 34
13 USC Toro 30 8 9 13 39 46 −7 33
14 Internazionale Serone 30 8 9 13 28 42 −14 33
15 FC Demene 30 8 8 14 36 41 −5 32
16 FC Herone 30 6 11 13 39 52 −13 29
17 Toro Calcio 30 8 5 17 40 59 −19 29
18 S.S.C Vilan 30 6 10 14 37 52 −15 28
19 FC Tiscan 30 4 13 13 36 53 −17 25
20 FC Piluzzi 30 4 7 19 24 46 −22 19



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COPA JUVE BONERE SEMI-FINALS


In the semi-finals of the domestic cup, Martin Rocher's hunger for goals led to the dismantlement of S.S.C Vilan, a hat-trick to be remembered for the ages, a perfect one. He used his head, his right and left legs to score, Pio Cardoso's challenge would not be enough with the lack of Ganymede Garcia's leadership as well as talismanship from the lineup. Meanwhile, Herona Calcio's victory over Odiol Vinceti is a huge upset from a traditionally low-lying team in the leaderboards. Nespioti and Beziri have really been giving it their all in the Copa, with each of them scoring to seal a spot in the final. As such, the stakes will be raised between S.S.C Tipoli and Herona Calcio. S.S.C Tipoli will be looking for an IFCF spot next year, as well as their first domestic trophy in the modern era, while Herona Calcio will be looking to shake up the nation with a triumph, however they are happy with just being in the final.

S.S.C Tipoli 4–1 S.S.C Vilan

S.S.C Tipoli:Martin Rocher 16', 42', 79', Jaumet Agostini 53'
S.S.C Vilan:Pio Cardoso 65'

Herona Calcio 2–1 Odiol Vinceti

Herona Calcio:Alessandro Nespioti 31', Serafim Beziri 76'
Odiol Vinceti:Iturbo Arribe 48'

Copa Juve Bonere Final: S.S.C Tipoli vs Herona Calcio

FFI Competitions & important announcement


In the FFI-sanctioned competitions of the 2nd half of the season, AC Serone got dominated in the group stages of the Liga dos Vencedores and crashed out of them, not recording a single victory in the process. But happy news await the Juven footballing world as S.S.C Tipoli advanced out of the group stages of the Taça das Confederações, becoming the first Juven team to advance from the group stages of any club competition and will be battling against Quaggen in hopes of an even better campaign. Meanwhile, an important announcement from Picgliara Calcio was publicly announced, their invitation to the Vilitan Cove Invitational was accepted and they are most likely to be playing their games in the not-so-distant future, reportedly after the Campionato is over.

Liga dos Vencedores Group Stage
Group F                         Pld  W  D  L  GF  GA  GD Pts     KpC    DCm    FcT    ACS
1 Keppal Cosmos ZWZ 6 3 3 0 11 6 5 12 - 3-1 2-0 2-2
2 De Commons TSA 6 3 2 1 12 6 6 11 2-2 - 3-1 3-0
3 Francisco Teixidó MVE 6 2 1 3 6 9 -3 7 0-1 0-0 - 3-2
4 AC Serone JUE 6 0 2 4 6 14 -8 2 1-1 0-3 1-2 -


Taça das Confederações Group Stage
Group B                         Pld  W  D  L  GF  GA  GD Pts     AdR    Tpl    FCJ    SvA
1 Arsenal de Releinthi AFT 6 4 2 0 11 7 4 14 - 2-1 2-2 1-0
2 S.S.C Tipoli JUE 6 3 0 3 9 10 -1 9 0-1 - 3-2 0-2
3 FC Jordan SHT 6 2 2 2 12 10 2 8 3-3 1-2 - 1-0
4 Savoie Associée RCN 6 1 0 5 5 10 -5 3 1-2 2-3 0-3 -
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CAMPIONATO JFA BANCA TORO MATCHDAY 31-38, THE FINALE OF SEASON 2027-8
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What a blessing to be a Juven football fan in the last 8 matchdays of the Campionato. We have crowned a new champion and a new side's legacy has been born, AC Serone win their second Scudetto becoming the 2nd team to win more than 1 Campionato. An exceptional 8-win run, followed by a bit of choking from all the leaders of the season, meant the unbeatable force of AC Serone was able to turn the tides around and win the competition in an incredible showing, beating both Picgliara Calcio and U.S Remeno in the process. While U.S Remeno improved on its showing by the end of the season, it was not enough to seal a place at the top of the table while U.S Scudelli blew away a lead that could solidify them as champions, especially after a heartbreaking defeat to AC Pomena at home. AC Pomena on the other has finished at 6th place, their worst showing in the modern era, which also means they are out of IFCF competitions for the first time ever, only slightly mitigated by their 4-8 victory against USC Toro on the last matchday.

Matchday 31
S.S.C Pacgliari 0–0 AS Aguajú
FC Piluzzi 0–1 AC Picilia
Picgliara Calcio 2–3 U.S Remeno
Porcara FC 1–2 AC Serone
Odiol Vinceti 0–0 S.S.C Vilan
AC Pomena 3–4 S.S.C Tipoli
FC Tiscan 0–1 U.S Scudelli
USC Toro 2–4 Herona Calcio
Toro Calcio 0–1 FC Demene
Internazionale Serone 0–0 FC Herone

Matchday 32
AS Aguajú 1–0 Internazionale Serone
FC Herone 1–1 Toro Calcio
FC Demene 2–3 USC Toro
Herona Calcio 1–3 FC Tiscan
U.S Scudelli 0–3 AC Pomena
S.S.C Tipoli 0–2 Odiol Vinceti
S.S.C Vilan 1–3 Porcara FC
AC Serone 2–0 Picgliara Calcio
U.S Remeno 2–0 FC Piluzzi
AC Picilia 4–1 S.S.C Pacgliari

Matchday 33
AC Picilia 0–1 AS Aguajú
S.S.C Pacgliari 0–0 U.S Remeno
FC Piluzzi 0–2 AC Serone
Picgliara Calcio 2–0 S.S.C Vilan
Porcara FC 3–4 S.S.C Tipoli
Odiol Vinceti 0–2 U.S Scudelli
AC Pomena 1–3 Herona Calcio
FC Tiscan 0–2 FC Demene
USC Toro 4–5 FC Herone
Toro Calcio 0–1 Internazionale Serone

Matchday 34
AS Aguajú 2–0 Toro Calcio
Internazionale Serone 2–0 USC Toro
FC Herone 4–3 FC Tiscan
FC Demene 4–4 AC Pomena
Herona Calcio 0–0 Odiol Vinceti
U.S Scudelli 0–0 Porcara FC
S.S.C Tipoli 1–0 Picgliara Calcio
S.S.C Vilan 1–1 FC Piluzzi
AC Serone 2–0 S.S.C Pacgliari
U.S Remeno 2–1 AC Picilia

Matchday 35
U.S Remeno 4–1 AS Aguajú
AC Picilia 0–1 AC Serone
S.S.C Pacgliari 1–0 S.S.C Vilan
FC Piluzzi 2–4 S.S.C Tipoli
Picgliara Calcio 0–2 U.S Scudelli
Porcara FC 2–2 Herona Calcio
Odiol Vinceti 1–0 FC Demene
AC Pomena 4–2 FC Herone
FC Tiscan 0–0 Internazionale Serone
USC Toro 3–1 Toro Calcio

Matchday 36
AS Aguajú 1–3 USC Toro
Toro Calcio 3–4 FC Tiscan
Internazionale Serone 2–2 AC Pomena
FC Herone 4–2 Odiol Vinceti
FC Demene 1–2 Porcara FC
Herona Calcio 0–1 Picgliara Calcio
U.S Scudelli 1–2 FC Piluzzi
S.S.C Tipoli 0–1 S.S.C Pacgliari
S.S.C Vilan 1–0 AC Picilia
AC Serone 2–0 U.S Remeno

Matchday 37
AC Serone 2–0 AS Aguajú
U.S Remeno 4–3 S.S.C Vilan
AC Picilia 3–3 S.S.C Tipoli
S.S.C Pacgliari 1–0 U.S Scudelli
FC Piluzzi 3–2 Herona Calcio
Picgliara Calcio 0–1 FC Demene
Porcara FC 1–2 FC Herone
Odiol Vinceti 1–0 Internazionale Serone
AC Pomena 2–1 Toro Calcio
FC Tiscan 1–3 USC Toro

Matchday 38
AS Aguajú 2–1 FC Tiscan
USC Toro 4–8 AC Pomena
Toro Calcio 0–0 Odiol Vinceti
Internazionale Serone 0–0 Porcara FC
FC Herone 1–0 Picgliara Calcio
FC Demene 2–3 FC Piluzzi
Herona Calcio 1–6 S.S.C Pacgliari
U.S Scudelli 4–1 AC Picilia
S.S.C Tipoli 3–1 U.S Remeno
S.S.C Vilan 0–1 AC Serone


                             Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 AC Serone 38 23 9 6 71 39 +32 78 Champions, Champions' Cup
2 U.S Scudelli 38 22 7 9 69 46 +23 73 Challengers' Cup
3 U.S Remeno 38 22 6 10 65 46 +19 72 Challengers' Cup
4 Picgliara Calcio 38 19 11 8 46 25 +21 68 Challengers' Cup

5 S.S.C Pacgliari 38 19 11 8 35 22 +13 68
6 AC Pomena 38 19 7 12 93 73 +20 64 Vilitan Cove Invitational on merit of best attack
7 Odiol Vinceti 38 17 9 12 38 39 −1 60
8 S.S.C Tipoli 38 16 11 11 79 60 +19 59 Cup Winners' Cup
9 AS Aguajú 38 17 7 14 54 49 +5 58
10 AC Picilia 38 14 12 12 59 56 +3 54
11 FC Herone 38 11 13 14 58 67 −9 46
12 USC Toro 38 12 9 17 61 70 −9 45
13 Porcara FC 38 10 14 14 36 36 0 44
14 Internazionale Serone 38 10 13 15 33 46 −13 43
15 FC Demene 38 11 9 18 49 54 −5 42
16 Herona Calcio 38 11 9 18 58 81 −23 42
17 S.S.C Vilan 38 7 12 19 43 64 −21 33
18 FC Tiscan 38 6 14 18 48 69 −21 32
19 Toro Calcio 38 8 7 23 46 73 −27 31
20 FC Piluzzi 38 7 8 23 35 61 −26 29


Campionato Golden Boot:
Martin Rocher(S.S.C Tipoli): 29 goals
Patxi Etxeberria(AC Pomena): 28 goals
Modevideo Carpi(AC Serone): 26 goals
Joao Pereyra(U.S Remeno): 23 goals
Giordano Limene(AC Picilia): 20 goals


Campionato Assistmaker of the Year:
Joao Pereya(U.S Remeno): 18 assists
Firmino Maçon(FC Herone): 16 assists
Zlatan Krstevski(USC Toro): 15 assists
Patxi Etxeberria(AC Pomena): 14 assists
Chimo Quaranta(AC Serone): 12 assists


COPA JUVE BONERE FINAL
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The Copa Juve Bonere final was played at the Nuovo Stadio Olimpico, in Pomena, in the attendance of 96,272 eager fans from both sides as well as neutral ones in a very beautiful night of football. S.S.C Tipoli take home their first trophy after beating out Herona Calcio 2-1 after being behind in the drop of the first half. A beautiful Rocher brace showed why he is the big game player for the team and why they are oozing so much quality week in and week out, giving the side a much deserved victory after probably the most exhausting season out of any Juven side.

S.S.C Tipoli 2–1 Herona Calcio

S.S.C Tipoli:Martin Rocher 72', 86'
Herona Calcio:Alessandro Nespioti 42'


FFI Competitions


S.S.C Tipoli, the last remaining side in international club competitions provided an excellent performance in the Taça das Confederações' knockout stages. Initially beating out Quaggen 2-3 on aggregate after a tie away was sealed by a beautiful home victory by a screamer by none other than Martin Rocher, thus becoming the first Juven side to win in an international club competition's knockout stages. However happiness was not meant to last for long as they got eliminated by eventual runners-up of Sporting Esper of Zwangzug. A disastrous home defeat with 1-3 was followed by a respect 0-1 victory back at Zwangzug to at least get eliminated with their heads up high.

Taça das Confederações Round of 16
(QGP) Quaggen 2–3 S.S.C Tipoli (JUE) 2–2 0–1

Taça das Confederações Quarter-finals
(JUE) S.S.C Tipoli 2–3 Sporting Esper (ZWZ) 1–3 1–0

Juvencus(JUE) Qualifiers:
Champions' Cup: AC Serone
Challengers' Cup: U.S Scudelli, U.S Remeno, Picgliara Calcio
Cup Winners' Cup: S.S.C Tipoli

FFI Liga dos Vencedores: AC Serone, U.S Scudelli
FFI Taça das Confederações: U.S Remeno
VCI: AC Pomena(on merit of best offense)
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CAMPIONATO JFA BANCA TORO SEASON 2029-30 PREVIEW


ANNOUNCEMENT: This is the preview of the Campionato JFA Banca Toro for the season 2029-30. The season 2028-9 was played in secret and standings for it are secret. So the row of the clubs' presentation and possible power rankings will be using the the post-2027-8 season stats. Likewise, the public IUFC results of the 2028-9 season will not be covered as this is the 2029-30 season.

Club: FC Piluzzi
Ground: Stadio del Porto, Port-Pegasu(Capacity:29,000)
Rivals:U.S Scudelli(city), Picgliara Calcio(city)
Kit colors: Light blue and white
Last season's finish: 20th
Fan culture: Very annoying fanbase, FC Piluzzi is the team to have won the first ever Copa Juve in the history of the competition and they will not hesitate to remind you, no matter how bad the team is performing. Stadio del Porto is a messy stadium, much like its fanbase, though they are otherwise pretty average.
Manager: Pavle Trajkovski, the Qurijan coach was brought over in place of Ramon Goncalves after he systematically failed in both the 2027-8 and 2028-9 seasons. Pavle is a slightly less defensive coach who might give strikers so more light in his system. His team is pretty lackluster when it comes to talent, however.
Key players:Trabador Carvalho(RM), Mohammad Al-Wazir(CB), Giuseppe Tarperini(CF), Massimiliano Lontin(CM)


Club: Toro Calcio
Ground: Torre di Toro, Torona(Capacity: 26,000)
Rivals: USC Toro(main and city)
Kit colors: Brown and white
Last season's finish: 19th
Fan culture: The fanbase is diverse, the language division doesn't affect them as French and Italian-speaking fans come together to form a beautiful atmosphere at the Torre di Toro. This friendly atmosphere does get clouded when facing city rivals USC Toro however. Loved and respected by everyone however, though they have quit caring about the team's performance and more about avoiding finishing last.
Manager: Justinian Portero is, surprisingly, still at the helm for the Toronese side. He tends to avoid making transfer but after Riqui Minaez's departure for Porcara FC and Albert Nadal's retirement had to fill their spots and it's exactly what he did bringing in Adalberto Pinieri and Paco Hernanez to fill their spots. They're in need of a boost change however and those transfers don't seem to be bringing it with them, puting Portero's spot for the Toronese at stake.
Key players:Pau Escudieri(CB), Paco Hernanez(RB), Atanasio Falcao(CF), Adalberto Pinieri(RF)


Club: FC Tiscan
Ground: Catedral de Sud, Tiscan(Capacity: 18,000)
Rivals: None
Kit colors: Black and white
Last season's finish: 18th
Fan culture: Yet another apathetic fanbase, but not in the sense of quitting as much as it is providing uninhibited support to their team without opposing team fans getting in the way. Their "vibing" isn't exactly the most effective way to support a team.
Manager: Dante Positano has been hired to take care of this sinking ship. He is exactly what the team needs in order to maintain its traditional slow-burn of a counter-offensive play.
Key players:Demetro Natale(LM), Nursultan Dimitrov(LF), Isidro Capocanoniere(RF), Carlos Coste(RB)


Club: S.S.C Vilan
Ground: Stadio de la Santa Catarina, Vilan(Capacity: 22,000)
Rivals: None, yet universallty disliked
Kit colors: Red and black
Last season's finish: 17th
Fan culture: The Stadio de la Santa Catarina's atmosphere is hard to match, red and blue smokes, explosive chants, you name it, they provide it. They might overdo it at times though and they are disliked for that specific reason.
Manager: Clement Thibault is given the impossible. Both start internationals he had in his possession, Faraj Han and Ganymede Garcia have left the club for better opportunities abroad and have left massive holes which can hardly be filled with any transfer willing to join the club. For that reason, he is using a slightly more defensive approach and hope his frontline can deliver something.
Key players:Michele Pedretti(GK), Alessandre Xhumi(CF), Angelo Bonipetri(RB), Pio Cardoso(CM)


Club: Herona Calcio
Ground: Stadio Degli Heroi, Herona(Capacity: 12,000)
Rivals: FC Herone(main and city)
Kit colors: Red and white
Last season's finish: 16th
Fan culture: A very aggressive Italian-speaking fanbase that will not hesistate to fight anyone and especially their French-speaking rivals from the other side of town. Do not mention systematic oppression, that does not exist nor does it resonate with them. Their turf is scary, approach with caution.
Manager: Davide Aligheri is still in charge of this squad. Despite finishing low on the table, a finish 3 spots above what was expected of them after as well as a very respectable runner-up finish in the Copa which seemed to be so close to be won. There's hope in his exciting offensive system.
Key players: Alessandro Nespioti(CF), Vincenzo Gormiti(CM), Qadir Ahmed(GK), Serafim Beziri(RM)


Club: FC Demene
Ground: Stade de Liberté. Demene(Capacity: 11,000)
Rivals: AC Picilia
Kit colors: Red and blue
Last season's finish: 15th
Fan culture: Language is important in Juvencus and French-speaking fanbases, much like Italian ones take pride in themselves on that basis and that basis alone. FC Demene's one of such teams, and it was also one of the first teams to get a rename to better fit themselves instead of following the Italian-language bandwagon. The fans are well-known vandals and as visitors they are hard to keep in check without seeing them breaking or destroying property.
Manager: Jordan Beaufort, has quite a bit of talent to work with and maybe hope for a mid-table finish. Very neutral in terms of tactics, nothing special.
Key players:Jun Abdulrashid(RB), Leon Dostescu(RF), Kim Hoseok(LB), Clement Sanvictis(CM)


Club: Internazionale Serone
Ground: Stadio Orione, Serone(Capacity: 21,000)
Rivals: AC Serone(city)
Kit colors: Black and blue
Last season's finish: 14th
Fan culture: This fanbase could be described as very diverse, captivating, international. The Serone individuals always know how to catch someone's attention and the Internazionale fanbase has done a great job at including fans from the world over.
Manager: Jorge Castro, was given the task of managing InterSe at the moment it lost its largest talent, Nino Russo to Sannyamathland's Hepley United. The squad level and morale has significantly reduced after his departure, the defense remains a strong part of the squad but the front lines will not be the same after someone of Russo's caliber is gone.
Key players:Ibrahim Amjad(CM), Mahmud Maksimovic(GK), Justin LeClerc(CF), Julio D'Angelis(LB)


Club: Porcara FC
Ground: Monte Grande, Pomena(Capacity: 10,000)
Rivals: AC Pomena(city), U.S Remeno(city)
Kit colors: Blue and white
Last season's finish: 13th
Fan culture: A drunken fanbase, very fight or flighty depending on how drunk they are. They're the wild workers of society and light up flares in support of their team, making the Monte Grande simultaneously both the largest and smallest stadium in the league.
Manager: Manuel Castro is still taking care of this extremely defensive team. It is hard to find net with abysmal strikers despite having such a talented midfield to supply them. He will have to improvise this season and hope the next transfer season give Porcara FC a better draw. However international arrival in Nespoli might lift up the spirits.
Key players:Stojko Popovski(CB), Roland Blanc(CB), Shareef Karimi(LM), Matias Nespoli(RF)


Club: USC Toro
Ground: Torre di Toro, Torona(Capacity: 26,000)
Rivals:Toro Calcio(main and city)
Kit colors: Navy blue and red
Last season's finish: 12th
Fan culture: You might notice that it's a loyalist instead of royalist fanbase but that's because loyalty to crown goes first before even the crown itself. Torona's finest side is filled with true fans of the team and they are a great representation of the crown in the city.
Manager: Iago Garcia has given the team some hope despite finishing around mid-table yet again. That is because he has finally given it a better structure and despite star CDM Sissoko's departure, this team has a lot to offer still.
Key players:Zlatan Krtsevski(LM), Ahmet Mufti(RB), Alberto Rimini(LB), Jose Castrinho(CF)


Club: FC Herone
Ground: Stade Saint-Nazaire, Herone(Capacity: 15,000)
Rivals: [b]Herona Calcio(main and city)

Kit colors: Black and yellow
Last season's finish: 11th
Fan culture: Tough fanbase directly tied to its linguistic heritage and very aggressive towards their italian-speaking rivals across town. They are the most aggressive fanbase of the nation for a reason, approach with care.
Manager: Philippe Charlot, has a lot of international talent, with a little bit of mending he can make it work even better together, perhaps reach the top half of the table. A relatively balanced team towards offensive is a great description.
Key players:Firmino Maçon(CDM), Carlo Belletti(CF), Ayoub Najm(CB), Ali Shaqiri(RF)


Club: AC Picilia
Ground: Stadio di San Valentino, Cuori(Capacity: 32,000)
Rivals: FC Demene(main)
Kit colors: Black and white
Last season's finish: 10th
Fan culture: A cult fanbase with a lot of punk and grunge people always showing up to the stadium with the most questionable substances giving the Stadio di San Valentino a notorious reputation. However there's a more inclusive side to the fanbase far from them to keep it all inclusive but it's all seen as a coming of age to them.
Manager: Sylvestro Pori just lost his best striker to Stanmorn, so what does he do? He brings the pressure to international player Brunella Tafani to step up the team's offensive capabilities, an amazing replacement to Limene and one to keep the team's offensive output out there.
Key players:Brunella Tafani(CF), Marchisio de Pesca(GK), Eustratio Panteri(LF), Gilberto Stallone(LB)


Club: AS Aguajú
Ground: Stadio Electrico, Aguajú(Capacity: 34,000)
Rivals: U.S Remeno(main), AC Pomena(secondary), U.S Scudelli(secondary)
Kit colors: Turqoise and blue
Last season's finish: 9th
Fan culture: This is a club that is owned and operated in a big part by its own fans, which they funded the creation of their own stadium. It was also one of the first teams to get a rename but on the basis of a city rivalry between Juven and Osci people over the name of the borderline town. It is a strictly Juven fanbase that stands its ground especially well.
Manager: Urano Berpitulli has quieted down the offensive capabilities of the team and instead has tried to give the team an identity that's more balanced but still striking and unexpected.
Key players:Ekain Zuñiga(RM), Giovanni dos Santos Oliveira(CF), Gentile Morfini(CB), Iago Asputti(GK)


Club: S.S.C Tipoli
Ground: Il Metropolitano, Tipoli(Capacity: 40,000)
Rivals: None
Kit colors: Yellow and white
Last season's finish: 8th, Cup Winners!
Fan culture: They are very cocky and pompous fanbase. They are jealous and will pick on another teams' fans often, especially other maritime sides' fanbases. However they have no major rivalries and have finally won some silverware to be proud of with a glorious Copa Juve victory.
Manager: [b]Giuseppe Donnaromi
is a leading figure in a talented squad and will try to give the attack even more credibility this season luckily keeping their major talent unlike most other Juven sides who see their best players leave for foreign lands. However the team is a little inconsistent, a good season seems as likely as a bad one.
Key players: Leandro Domingues(CB), Jaumet Agostini(CF), Martin Rocher(RF), Josef Cambiasso(LB)


Club: Odiol Vinceti
Ground: Vinceti Catedral, Vinceti(Capacity: 53,000)
Rivals: U.S Remeno(secondary)
Kit colors: Green and red
Last season's finish: 7th
Fan culture: It's a yet another growing and international fanbase mostly due to connections with other clubs all over the world such as AS Odiol Vorona and Virtus Reddocio, connections provided by owners and automotive and ship-making giants Odiol. It is particularly popular among shipyard workers. The Vinceti Catedral is one of those stadiums with the most captivating and colorful atmospheres in all of the nation. Mixing the liveliness of the Juven populace with the extra heat of the desert.
Manager: [b]Fernando Galletti[b] is probably one of the most defensively-minded coaches in Juvencus, which as the times go seems to be getting more and more outdated as a strategy, however Odiol Vinceti keeps producing good performances in all competitions.
Key players:[b]Sebastian Solano(CB), Gustavo Suarez(LB), Iturbo Arribe(CF), Manolo Higuain(CM)


Club: AC Pomena
Ground: Il Nuovo Stadio Olimpico, Pomena(Capacity: 101,000)
Rivals: U.S Scudelli(main), AS Aguajú(secondary), U.S Remeno(city), Porcara FC(city)
Kit colors: Red and gold
Last season's finish: 6th
Fan culture: It is the capital's bulk fanbase, the most loyal one to the crown and perhaps most representative fanbase of Juven people internationally. They have won it all and they've got everything to show for it. Their support is haunting in the vastness of the INSO, with beautiful chants, drums, vuvuzelas and flares all going at once to give an atmosphere perhaps no other place in the world can give.
Manager: Pietro Ancelotti is lucky to keep the job in his hands with a trophyless season and a mediocre for Pomenienze stands finish in the league, their lowest ever finish, 6th place. But his idea of the Pomenienze has been steadily improving as has the team's synergy, despite losing major talents such as Carlo Callejon.
Key players:Patxi Etxeberria(RF), Izotz Ibarra(CB), Paulo Castelli(CF), Lucien Cavallo(LM)


Club: S.S.C Pacgliari
Ground: Estádio da concepção, Pacgliari(Capacity: 17,000)
Rivals: None
Kit colors: Red, blue and white
Last season's finish: 5th
Fan culture: A melting pot of the classes, yet they are all united by football. Pacgliari's fans are a rare case of an extremely respectful fanbase that cares to the fullest for its team. The support is electric, flaming even and the consumption of drugs such as cannabis in the stands are all showcasing the true colors of such a fanbase but other times it is just such an apathetic and passionless fanbase due to that very same fact and also the lack of a true rival.
Manager: Goncalvo Abreu is the city's favorite after being just 1 position off the IFCF positions, he will be given another chance to elevate the team to the next level with his strategies that promote effective balance between attack and efence and strong teamwork, which is pivotal.
Key players:Abbas Gim(RM), Raul Reyes(CF), Adriano Rodrigues(LB), Manuel Gomes(LF)


Club: Picgliara Calcio
Ground: Stadio Ampelone, Scudelli(Capacity: 22,000)
Rivals: U.S Scudelli(city), FC Piluzzi(city)
Kit colors: Blue, black and red
Last season's finish: 4th
Fan culture: Picgliara's fanbase is the definition of the perfect, happy-go-lucky fanbase that really seeks and gets its entertainment over perhaps the most defensive team in the nation. Those fans support and they do so HARD, however they also do it in such a way so as to not spark any fights with non-rival fanbases.
Manager: Giovanni Capone is man who has realised the importance of a strong backline as long as the frontline has effective finishers. He will stick to his antics and eventually maybe even bring the team some silverware, which is a goal for the only trophyless Scudelliano side.
Key players:Taddeo Bulgari(GK), Yamandú Gonzalez(LF), Gio D'Alberti(CB), Antonio Perreta(RB)


Club: U.S Remeno
Ground: Stadio di Popolazione, Remeno(Capacity: 36,000)
Rivals: AS Aguajú(main), Odiol Vinceti(secondary), AC Pomena(city), Porcara FC(city)
Kit colors: Maroon and black
Last season's finish: 3rd
Fan culture: A merchant-dominated fanbase from the ports of Pomena and Remeno, highly agitated and always ready to bring the fists. Loud chants known to cause earthquakes and trembling in the surrounding areas, very intimidating for merchants.
Manager: Pep Gasol brought on a storm that was unexpected and unprecedented by anyone. He merged a team very well together and brought the best out of talents such as Joao Pereyra and Ghalib Mohammed for a strong team synergy for one of the most attacking and exciting teams in the league. He will hope to emulate that, as he was lucky the talent purge did not take away any of his talent.
Key players:Joao Pereyra(RF), Ghalib Mohammed(CM), Joao Fonte-Ivanovski(CF), Carlo Porfiti(LB)


Club: U.S Scudelli
Ground: Il Scudelliano, Scudelli(Capacity: 42,000)
Rivals: AC Pomena(main), AS Aguajú(secondary), FC Piluzzi(city), Picgliara Calcio(city)
Kit colors: Navy blue and maroon
Last season's finish: 2nd
Fan culture: The most liberal fanbase in the nation, very secular as well, with opinions such as Panjuvenism flowing freely around the team's fans as well as higher-ups which may be scary to loyalist fans and seem very against the crown. Their team always performs and they take great pride in that though they are much calmer in comparison to other fanbases, unless put against AC Pomena's fanbase.
Manager: Maxime Polente's view and focus of the game, knowing exactly how to put a possessive football strategy as needed down on the field, a strategy half copied by the Pomenienze playstyle played by the national team itself. He has a greatly talented squad of excellent ball handlers and very exceptional finishers that can do the trick and perhaps finish high.
Key players:Piere-Didier Kouyaté(CDM), Juan Carlos Ungaro(GK), Gilberto Soares(ST), Garry Norman(CB)


Club: AC Serone
Ground: Il Porto, Serone(Capacity: 40,000)(+10,000 seat expansion)
Rivals: Internazionale Serone(main and city)
Kit colors: Yellow and blue
Last season's finish: Champions!
Fan culture: Industrial, naval workers as well as traders are the majority of this squad's fanbase, as well as the captivating Seronese people that give this team an international appeal, yet not as much as their neighbors over in InterSe despite their better performances and higher success such as being the only team other than AC Pomena to have won the Campionato.
Manager: Jordan Subito has it all, charisma, tactical genius and a young age for a manager meaning he has a lot of years ahead to give and improve on this star-studded team which possesses the only attack that can rival that of AC Pomena's in this day and age with even more effect than AC Pomena itself. With loads of international talent on his team, such as prolific striker Qurijan international Modevideo Carpi and young defensive talent Pau Puig, this team is destined for a lot.
Key players:Modevideo Carpi(CF), Pau Puig(CB), Chimo Quaranta(RM), Geronimo Polo(CF)
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CAMPIONATO JFA BANCA TORO MATCHDAYS 1-5


The Campionato is finally under way for the public to see! The first 5 matchdays were filled with exciting football and perhaps with a shift towards a more offensively-minded style of football as more teams are switching to the Pomenienze or similar more offensive styles, as is apparent of AC Serone and even USC Toro applying systems such as this. AC Serone has had an explosive start in particular being not just unbeaten but unstoppable altogether with 5 wins straight with convincing wins against every single opponent they played against and even getting rid of some favorites along the way, such as S.S.C Tipoli, which, despite getting the best of AC Serone in the Supercopa hasn't had the marvelous start they would expect to have. AC Pomena on the other seems to be improving upon last year's mistakes with a more effective offensive line, bringing back memories of the 4-peat side that once dominated the Campionato. Most impressive game was the 1-2 derby victory of AS Aguajú over US Remeno, with an Oliveira brace freezing the Stadio de la Popolazione.

Matchday 1

AC Picilia 2–1 Internazionale Serone
FC Piluzzi 2–4 AC Pomena
U.S Scudelli 3–2 FC Herone
Porcara FC 1–1 S.S.C Tipoli
FC Tiscan 0–2 S.S.C Pacgliari
USC Toro 1–0 S.S.C Vilan
Odiol Vinceti 0–4 U.S Remeno
AC Serone 3–2 Toro Calcio
Picgliara Calcio 4–2 FC Demene
AS Aguajú 1–2 Herona Calcio

Matchday 2

Internazionale Serone 1–1 Herona Calcio
FC Demene 1–0 AS Aguajú
Toro Calcio 0–1 Picgliara Calcio
U.S Remeno 0–3 AC Serone
S.S.C Vilan 0–4 Odiol Vinceti
S.S.C Pacgliari 3–4 USC Toro
S.S.C Tipoli 4–2 FC Tiscan
FC Herone 0–1 Porcara FC
AC Pomena 0–2 U.S Scudelli
AC Picilia 1–2 FC Piluzzi

Matchday 3

FC Piluzzi 1–0 Internazionale Serone
U.S Scudelli 3–2 AC Picilia
Porcara FC 1–2 AC Pomena
FC Tiscan 4–2 FC Herone
USC Toro 0–0 S.S.C Tipoli
Odiol Vinceti 1–0 S.S.C Pacgliari
AC Serone 1–0 S.S.C Vilan
Picgliara Calcio 1–0 U.S Remeno
AS Aguajú 0–2 Toro Calcio
Herona Calcio 2–2 FC Demene

Matchday 4

Internazionale Serone 1–0 FC Demene
Toro Calcio 3–2 Herona Calcio
U.S Remeno 1–2 AS Aguajú
S.S.C Vilan 0–0 Picgliara Calcio
S.S.C Pacgliari 0–3 AC Serone
S.S.C Tipoli 1–0 Odiol Vinceti
FC Herone 1–2 USC Toro
AC Pomena 6–3 FC Tiscan
AC Picilia 0–1 Porcara FC
FC Piluzzi 0–0 U.S Scudelli

Matchday 5

U.S Scudelli 0–1 Internazionale Serone
Porcara FC 2–1 FC Piluzzi
FC Tiscan 3–3 AC Picilia
USC Toro 3–5 AC Pomena
Odiol Vinceti 2–2 FC Herone
AC Serone 3–2 S.S.C Tipoli
Picgliara Calcio 0–1 S.S.C Pacgliari
AS Aguajú 3–2 S.S.C Vilan
Herona Calcio 2–2 U.S Remeno
FC Demene 2–1 Toro Calcio


                              Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 AC Serone 5 5 0 0 13 4 +9 15
2 AC Pomena 5 4 0 1 17 11 +6 12
3 U.S Scudelli 5 3 1 1 8 5 +3 10
4 Picgliara Calcio 5 3 1 1 6 3 +3 10
5 Porcara FC 5 3 1 1 6 4 +2 10
6 USC Toro 5 3 1 1 10 9 +1 10
7 S.S.C Tipoli 5 2 2 1 8 6 +2 8
8 Odiol Vinceti 5 2 1 2 7 7 0 7
9 Internazionale Serone 5 2 1 2 4 4 0 7
10 FC Demene 5 2 1 2 7 8 −1 7
11 FC Piluzzi 5 2 1 2 6 7 −1 7
12 Herona Calcio 5 1 3 1 9 9 0 6
13 Toro Calcio 5 2 0 3 8 8 0 6
14 AS Aguajú 5 2 0 3 6 8 −2 6
S.S.C Pacgliari 5 2 0 3 6 8 −2 6
16 U.S Remeno 5 1 1 3 7 8 −1 4
17 AC Picilia 5 1 1 3 8 10 −2 4
18 FC Tiscan 5 1 1 3 12 17 −5 4
19 FC Herone 5 0 1 4 7 12 −5 1
20 S.S.C Vilan 5 0 1 4 2 9 −7 1


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COPA JUVE BONERE PLAY-IN STAGE


Copa Juve Bonere had an interesting play-in stage with the weaknesses of S.S.C Vilan and Internazionale Serone becoming apparent without some of their stronger players and the former even failing to make it through after losing to a surprisingly solid Toro Calcio side. Meanwhile after that heart attack endured in their own game, Internazionale Serone's players will be left thinking what they are lacking and what they shouldn't lack in the future if they want to be lucky in future games. Herona Calcio, which has been on a rising trend passed through a very similar scary incident and had to win on pens against FC Tiscan, which seemed very lost throught the entire game, proving Nursultan Dimitrov's exceptional performance fruitless. Porcara FC had a comfortable stroll through Stadio del Porto with a Stojko Popovski header giving them an advantadge which they would keep for the rest of the game.

FC Tiscan 2–2 Herona Calcio (2–2 AET) (3–4 pen.)
FC Demene 1–1 Internazionale Serone (1–1 AET) (1–2 pen.)
Toro Calcio 3–2 S.S.C Vilan
FC Piluzzi 0–1 Porcara FC


SUPERCOPA JUVE

AC Serone 2–4 S.S.C Tipoli


AC Serone: Modevideo Carpi 22', 77'
S.S.C Tipoli: Jaumet Agostini 18', 38' Martin Rocher 62' Geronimo Abbiatti-Savevski 85'


The first official Supercopa Juve was played at the Stadio Electrico in Aguajú in the presence of 33,788 spectators, supporters of both AC Serone and S.S.C Tipoli who traveled across the nation as well as a lot of neutral fans from the city. AC Serone entered the game as clear favorites to win it all. However, Donnaromi's gang had other plans in mind, playing a beautiful possessive football with strong counter-attacks whenever needed and while Modevideo Carpi's skills shone through with a brace, that alone was not enough when it was matched by Jaumet Agostini and finished over by Rocher and young Juven-Qurijan midfield genius Savevski, to give S.S.C Tipoli the victory.
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CAMPIONATO JFA BANCA TORO MATCHDAYS 6-10


The Campionato title race is starting to shape up with AC Pomena and AC Serone going neck-to-neck to figure out who will be the champion at the end of the season. Matchday 7 saw them battling it out at Il Porto delivering a 9-GOAL matchday, in case you missed it out, a 9-GOAL CELEBRATION, which saw AC Pomena emerge victorious, while also taking advantadge of AC Serone's previous shock defeat in the hands of FC Herone and bouncing back from the home defeat against Odiol Vinceti, with an incredible Etxeberria-Castelli link-up. AC Serone's managed to get back on its feet since with an incredible offensive showcase to the hands of FC Piluzzi and AC Picilia while also taking care of U.S Scudelli on matchday 10, with Modevideo entering his prime, this team will have an easy time strolling past others. The Vinceti side, however has been going on a rollercoaster with either performing at their maximum performance both defensively and offensively, scoring a lot and conceding none or just getting blown to the ground conceding a lot and scoring none, an issue Fernando Galletti will have to take care of soon. Meanwhile, InterSe, wow, their football has been the most boring thing to watch since half of Picgliara Calcio's games last season, their attack is atrocious and their defense is just too good lately and especially Maksimovic's keeping has been high tier. S.S.C Vilan's loss of star power has been obvious as they have been by far the worst team, recording 0 wins after 10 whole matchdays. On the other hand the lack of international games for a lot of the higher ranked teams has proved to be very helpful with their performances as there's less fatigure reported among their top players this season and it shows.

Matchday 6

Internazionale Serone 0–0 Toro Calcio
U.S Remeno 3–0 FC Demene
S.S.C Vilan 2–2 Herona Calcio
S.S.C Pacgliari 1–1 AS Aguajú
S.S.C Tipoli 1–3 Picgliara Calcio
FC Herone 4–2 AC Serone
AC Pomena 1–3 Odiol Vinceti
AC Picilia 3–0 USC Toro
FC Piluzzi 0–1 FC Tiscan
U.S Scudelli 4–0 Porcara FC

Matchday 7

Porcara FC 0–0 Internazionale Serone
FC Tiscan 0–3 U.S Scudelli
USC Toro 0–0 FC Piluzzi
Odiol Vinceti 0–3 AC Picilia
AC Serone 4–5 AC Pomena
Picgliara Calcio 3–2 FC Herone
AS Aguajú 2–4 S.S.C Tipoli
Herona Calcio 2–1 S.S.C Pacgliari
FC Demene 1–0 S.S.C Vilan
Toro Calcio 1–0 U.S Remeno

Matchday 8

Internazionale Serone 0–0 U.S Remeno
S.S.C Vilan 1–1 Toro Calcio
S.S.C Pacgliari 3–1 FC Demene
S.S.C Tipoli 2–2 Herona Calcio
FC Herone 2–5 AS Aguajú
AC Pomena 3–0 Picgliara Calcio
AC Picilia 2–4 AC Serone
FC Piluzzi 0–3 Odiol Vinceti
U.S Scudelli 0–1 USC Toro
Porcara FC 0–1 FC Tiscan

Matchday 9

FC Tiscan 1–0 Internazionale Serone
USC Toro 2–0 Porcara FC
Odiol Vinceti 0–3 U.S Scudelli
AC Serone 5–1 FC Piluzzi
Picgliara Calcio 1–0 AC Picilia
AS Aguajú 1–3 AC Pomena
Herona Calcio 1–2 FC Herone
FC Demene 2–1 S.S.C Tipoli
Toro Calcio 3–3 S.S.C Pacgliari
U.S Remeno 5–3 S.S.C Vilan

Matchday 10

Internazionale Serone 1–0 S.S.C Vilan
S.S.C Pacgliari 2–2 U.S Remeno
S.S.C Tipoli 1–0 Toro Calcio
FC Herone 1–0 FC Demene
AC Pomena 4–1 Herona Calcio
AC Picilia 2–3 AS Aguajú
FC Piluzzi 0–2 Picgliara Calcio
U.S Scudelli 2–3 AC Serone
Porcara FC 1–2 Odiol Vinceti
FC Tiscan 1–2 USC Toro


                             Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 AC Pomena 10 8 0 2 33 20 +13 24
2 AC Serone 10 8 0 2 31 18 +13 24
3 Picgliara Calcio 10 7 1 2 15 9 +6 22
4 USC Toro 10 6 2 2 15 13 +2 20
5 U.S Scudelli 10 6 1 3 20 9 +11 19
6 Odiol Vinceti 10 5 1 4 15 15 0 16
7 S.S.C Tipoli 10 4 3 3 17 15 +2 15
8 Internazionale Serone 10 3 4 3 5 5 0 13
9 AS Aguajú 10 4 1 5 18 20 −2 13
10 FC Demene 10 4 1 5 11 16 −5 13
11 FC Tiscan 10 4 1 5 16 22 −6 13
12 U.S Remeno 10 3 3 4 17 14 +3 12
13 Toro Calcio 10 3 3 4 13 13 0 12
14 S.S.C Pacgliari 10 3 3 4 16 17 −1 12
15 Herona Calcio 10 2 5 3 17 20 −3 11
16 Porcara FC 10 3 2 5 7 13 −6 11
17 AC Picilia 10 3 1 6 18 18 0 10
18 FC Herone 10 3 1 6 18 23 −5 10
19 FC Piluzzi 10 2 2 6 7 18 −11 8
20 S.S.C Vilan 10 0 3 7 8 19 −11 3



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COPA JUVE BONERE ROUND OF 16


AC Serone just cannot escape the might of... FC Herone? What happened to the champions? Honestly, we cannot ascertain but losing to a mid-to-low table side not once but twice in the space of a couple weeks has been very suspicious in their run. Especially since they had one-sided ball possession for the ENTIRE game but Shaqiri and Belletti proved to be way too much for the Seronese it seems as the 0-2 advantadge they created back to back in the start of the second half couldn't be extinguished as only Geronimo Polo managed to reduce the difference, with no equaliser coming. A couple other shockers in the room include Odiol Vinceti and U.S Remeno barely managing to clinch through the Stadio Electrico as well as Il Metropolitano respectively. Good news is, we will be seeing a new cup winner this year. Lastly, to be a Toro Calcio fan after being destroyed in your own home-ground by S.S.C Pacgliari sounds embarrassing, Reyes scored 4 in an unstoppable display against the Toronese, freezing the Torre di Torona yet also earning an applause from their fans after he was subbed off in the 82nd minute. All in all, an exciting time as the cup progresses and we see the 2 favorites we have all been expecting for, AC Pomena and U.S Scudelli while Odiol Vinceti and especially US Remeno are breathing on their necks this entire time.

AS Aguajú 0–0 Odiol Vinceti (0–1 AET)
S.S.C Tipoli 0–0 U.S Remeno (0–1 AET)
Herona Calcio 3–2 Porcara FC
Toro Calcio 2–5 S.S.C Pacgliari
AC Pomena 4–2 USC Toro
AC Serone 1–2 FC Herone
U.S Scudelli 2–1 Internazionale Serone
Picgliara Calcio 1–2 AC Picilia
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CAMPIONATO JFA BANCA TORO MATCHDAYS 11-19 & HALFWAY BREAK


And we are on the half-way mark! What an incredible first half of the season it has been, loads of upsets done and many of the teams have finally done their catching up to the champions, all except for Pomena who are currently in the lead and have increased their difference from the reigning champs by 5 points currently despite suffering a series of upsets to the hands of FC Demene in a draw and a shock defeat to FC Herone, which FC Herone side apparently only manages to win the most elite of the elite this season. AC Pomena did however get the best of US Remeno in the local derby but it does not matter as the Calciatore di Popole have caught up and are in 6th place currently, with a lot of the season remaining to make a break to the IFCF & FFI spots. USC Toro is the biggest upset of the season as they are currently in 5th place and they are on their highest spot in a long while and could be on an IFCF run themselves. AC Picilia are really feeling the loss of Giordano Limene despite seeing a high-end replacement in Tafani for him while being an S.S.C Tipoli fan is an embarassing feat recording the first win of S.S.C Vilan this season only to realise they are on an amazing whole 5-match unbeaten streak and a win against U.S Scudelli. AC Serone seem overreliant on Carpi having a good day but it does not seem to phase them too too much in the standings and with a bit of tweaking towards the right direction could be very dangerous for AC Pomena.

Matchday 11

USC Toro 1–0 Internazionale Serone
Odiol Vinceti 1–2 FC Tiscan
AC Serone 4–2 Porcara FC
Picgliara Calcio 0–0 U.S Scudelli
AS Aguajú 2–0 FC Piluzzi
Herona Calcio 2–1 AC Picilia
FC Demene 1–1 AC Pomena
Toro Calcio 4–2 FC Herone
U.S Remeno 4–3 S.S.C Tipoli
S.S.C Vilan 0–1 S.S.C Pacgliari

Matchday 12

Internazionale Serone 0–1 S.S.C Pacgliari
S.S.C Tipoli 0–3 S.S.C Vilan
FC Herone 1–1 U.S Remeno
AC Pomena 3–0 Toro Calcio
AC Picilia 1–1 FC Demene
FC Piluzzi 3–5 Herona Calcio
U.S Scudelli 1–0 AS Aguajú
Porcara FC 0–1 Picgliara Calcio
FC Tiscan 3–3 AC Serone
USC Toro 2–3 Odiol Vinceti

Matchday 13

Odiol Vinceti 0–1 Internazionale Serone
AC Serone 2–3 USC Toro
Picgliara Calcio 0–1 FC Tiscan
AS Aguajú 0–0 Porcara FC
Herona Calcio 2–4 U.S Scudelli
FC Demene 0–0 FC Piluzzi
Toro Calcio 3–3 AC Picilia
U.S Remeno 2–4 AC Pomena
S.S.C Vilan 1–0 FC Herone
S.S.C Pacgliari 2–2 S.S.C Tipoli

Matchday 14

Internazionale Serone 1–0 S.S.C Tipoli
FC Herone 2–2 S.S.C Pacgliari
AC Pomena 6–4 S.S.C Vilan
AC Picilia 1–4 U.S Remeno
FC Piluzzi 0–0 Toro Calcio
U.S Scudelli 1–0 FC Demene
Porcara FC 1–0 Herona Calcio
FC Tiscan 2–4 AS Aguajú
USC Toro 0–0 Picgliara Calcio
Odiol Vinceti 0–0 AC Serone

Matchday 15

AC Serone 4–1 Internazionale Serone
Picgliara Calcio 1–0 Odiol Vinceti
AS Aguajú 3–2 USC Toro
Herona Calcio 4–3 FC Tiscan
FC Demene 0–0 Porcara FC
Toro Calcio 1–3 U.S Scudelli
U.S Remeno 4–1 FC Piluzzi
S.S.C Vilan 2–1 AC Picilia
S.S.C Pacgliari 0–0 AC Pomena
S.S.C Tipoli 0–2 FC Herone

Matchday 16

Internazionale Serone 1–1 FC Herone
AC Pomena 3–3 S.S.C Tipoli
AC Picilia 3–4 S.S.C Pacgliari
FC Piluzzi 0–0 S.S.C Vilan
U.S Scudelli 1–1 U.S Remeno
Porcara FC 2–1 Toro Calcio
FC Tiscan 5–2 FC Demene
USC Toro 1–2 Herona Calcio
Odiol Vinceti 2–0 AS Aguajú
AC Serone 1–1 Picgliara Calcio

Matchday 17

Picgliara Calcio 0–0 Internazionale Serone
AS Aguajú 3–2 AC Serone
Herona Calcio 2–1 Odiol Vinceti
FC Demene 2–0 USC Toro
Toro Calcio 0–1 FC Tiscan
U.S Remeno 2–1 Porcara FC
S.S.C Vilan 1–0 U.S Scudelli
S.S.C Pacgliari 1–2 FC Piluzzi
S.S.C Tipoli 0–2 AC Picilia
FC Herone 4–3 AC Pomena

Matchday 18

Internazionale Serone 1–4 AC Pomena
AC Picilia 5–2 FC Herone
FC Piluzzi 1–3 S.S.C Tipoli
U.S Scudelli 1–0 S.S.C Pacgliari
Porcara FC 1–3 S.S.C Vilan
FC Tiscan 0–3 U.S Remeno
USC Toro 2–0 Toro Calcio
Odiol Vinceti 2–2 FC Demene
AC Serone 4–2 Herona Calcio
Picgliara Calcio 0–0 AS Aguajú

Matchday 19

AS Aguajú 0–0 Internazionale Serone
Herona Calcio 3–2 Picgliara Calcio
FC Demene 1–1 AC Serone9
Toro Calcio 0–1 Odiol Vinceti
U.S Remeno 1–1 USC Toro
S.S.C Vilan 1–0 FC Tiscan
S.S.C Pacgliari 2–3 Porcara FC
S.S.C Tipoli 2–1 U.S Scudelli
FC Herone 1–0 FC Piluzzi
AC Pomena 2–1 AC Picilia


                             Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 AC Pomena 19 13 3 3 59 36 +23 42
2 AC Serone 19 11 4 4 52 34 +18 37
3 U.S Scudelli 19 11 3 5 32 16 +16 36
4 Picgliara Calcio 19 9 6 4 20 14 +6 33
5 USC Toro 19 9 4 6 27 26 +1 31
6 U.S Remeno 19 8 6 5 39 27 +12 30
7 Herona Calcio 19 8 5 6 39 40 −1 29
8 AS Aguajú 19 8 4 7 30 29 +1 28
9 Odiol Vinceti 19 8 3 8 25 25 0 27
10 FC Tiscan 19 8 2 9 33 40 −7 26
11 S.S.C Pacgliari 19 6 6 7 29 30 −1 24
12 S.S.C Tipoli 19 6 5 8 30 34 −4 23
13 S.S.C Vilan 19 6 4 9 23 28 −5 22
14 Internazionale Serone 19 5 7 7 10 16 −6 22
15 FC Herone 19 6 4 9 33 40 −7 22
16 FC Demene 19 5 7 7 20 27 −7 22
17 Porcara FC 19 6 4 9 17 26 −9 22
18 AC Picilia 19 5 3 11 36 38 −2 18
19 Toro Calcio 19 4 5 10 22 30 −8 17
20 FC Piluzzi 19 3 5 11 14 34 −20 14


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COPA JUVE BONERE QUARTER FINALS


Down to the semis we go where we will see the titanomachy of AC Pomena on side and U.S Scudelli on the other, AC Pomena really want their first Copa Juve victory, U.S Scudelli want to see themselves lifting the trophy a second time, all while Odiol Vinceti and Herona Calcio could be the teams giving the world a major upset. Odiol Vinceti's campaign has been filled with a lot of anxiety and barely clinging through, the Catedral was shocked for 120 minutes and then Zaniolo Zabaretta crossed into the the box and Arribe flew higher than everyone else to score the winner for a movie finish. AC Pomena took revenge on FC Herone and did not follow AC Serone's boots, while AC Picilia enjoyed yet another heartbreak this season by losing on pens against a half-strength U.S Scudelli. All in all, an exciting last 4 remain and it's anyone's game now.

Odiol Vinceti 0–0 U.S Remeno (1–0 AET)
Herona Calcio 1–0 S.S.C Pacgliari
AC Pomena 2–1 FC Herone
U.S Scudelli 1–1 AC Picilia (1–1 AET) (4–3 pen.)
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CAMPIONATO JFA BANCA TORO MATCHDAYS 20-30


Loads of classics and a series of goalfests in the early 20s of the matchdays. Pacgliari completely annihilated FC Tiscan in a very funny game, perhaps due to excess of fumes that entered the field, the Pacglarese players, being used to the scent played on top of their level unlike the Tiscan players, who seemed very exhausted throught the entirety of the game. A small defensive error in the Scudelliano defense was enough for Etxeberria to take advantadge of and equalise in the latter stages of the national derby. While AS Aguajú best US Remeno. In that same matchday, USC Toro crushed FC Herone with a Castrinho hattrick being the highlight of his year. All in all, Pomena's advantadge remains virtually the same, with a 6-point lead over second-placed U.S Scudelli who finally rose over AC Serone after the latter's poor showing in the league, with U.S Remeno and USC Toro being in IFCF fight for the last IFCF spot.

Matchday 20

Internazionale Serone 0–0 AC Picilia
AC Pomena 4–1 FC Piluzzi
FC Herone 2–1 U.S Scudelli
S.S.C Tipoli 1–0 Porcara FC
S.S.C Pacgliari 7–2 FC Tiscan
S.S.C Vilan 3–0 USC Toro
U.S Remeno 2–2 Odiol Vinceti
Toro Calcio 3–3 AC Serone
FC Demene 0–2 Picgliara Calcio
Herona Calcio 0–1 AS Aguajú

Matchday 21

Herona Calcio 3–3 Internazionale Serone
AS Aguajú 5–5 FC Demene
Picgliara Calcio 0–1 Toro Calcio
AC Serone 3–3 U.S Remeno
Odiol Vinceti 1–0 S.S.C Vilan
USC Toro 3–4 S.S.C Pacgliari
FC Tiscan 0–1 S.S.C Tipoli
Porcara FC 1–2 FC Herone
U.S Scudelli 1–1 AC Pomena
FC Piluzzi 2–2 AC Picilia

Matchday 22

Internazionale Serone 1–0 FC Piluzzi
AC Picilia 2–3 U.S Scudelli
AC Pomena 2–3 Porcara FC
FC Herone 3–6 FC Tiscan
S.S.C Tipoli 2–3 USC Toro
S.S.C Pacgliari 0–1 Odiol Vinceti
S.S.C Vilan 2–2 AC Serone
U.S Remeno 0–1 Picgliara Calcio
Toro Calcio 0–1 AS Aguajú
FC Demene 6–2 Herona Calcio

Matchday 23

FC Demene 2–2 Internazionale Serone
Herona Calcio 1–2 Toro Calcio
AS Aguajú 3–2 U.S Remeno
Picgliara Calcio 0–0 S.S.C Vilan
AC Serone 1–2 S.S.C Pacgliari
Odiol Vinceti 0–0 S.S.C Tipoli
USC Toro 5–1 FC Herone
FC Tiscan 3–2 AC Pomena
Porcara FC 0–0 AC Picilia
U.S Scudelli 0–0 FC Piluzzi

Matchday 24

Internazionale Serone 1–0 U.S Scudelli
FC Piluzzi 0–1 Porcara FC
AC Picilia 1–0 FC Tiscan
AC Pomena 0–3 USC Toro
FC Herone 0–0 Odiol Vinceti
S.S.C Tipoli 1–1 AC Serone
S.S.C Pacgliari 2–0 Picgliara Calcio
S.S.C Vilan 2–2 AS Aguajú
U.S Remeno 1–0 Herona Calcio
Toro Calcio 3–0 FC Demene

Matchday 25

Toro Calcio 2–1 Internazionale Serone
FC Demene 0–3 U.S Remeno
Herona Calcio 0–1 S.S.C Vilan
AS Aguajú 2–4 S.S.C Pacgliari
Picgliara Calcio 1–0 S.S.C Tipoli
AC Serone 2–1 FC Herone
Odiol Vinceti 2–2 AC Pomena
USC Toro 3–2 AC Picilia
FC Tiscan 1–2 FC Piluzzi
Porcara FC 0–1 U.S Scudelli

Matchday 26

Internazionale Serone 1–2 Porcara FC
U.S Scudelli 3–1 FC Tiscan
FC Piluzzi 2–0 USC Toro
AC Picilia 0–1 Odiol Vinceti
AC Pomena 3–3 AC Serone
FC Herone 1–1 Picgliara Calcio
S.S.C Tipoli 3–0 AS Aguajú
S.S.C Pacgliari 1–1 Herona Calcio
S.S.C Vilan 0–1 FC Demene
U.S Remeno 4–3 Toro Calcio

Matchday 27

U.S Remeno 3–0 Internazionale Serone
Toro Calcio 1–0 S.S.C Vilan
FC Demene 1–1 S.S.C Pacgliari
Herona Calcio 1–1 S.S.C Tipoli
AS Aguajú 1–2 FC Herone
Picgliara Calcio 1–2 AC Pomena
AC Serone 2–3 AC Picilia
Odiol Vinceti 1–0 FC Piluzzi
USC Toro 0–1 U.S Scudelli
FC Tiscan 0–1 Porcara FC

Matchday 28

Internazionale Serone 0–1 FC Tiscan
Porcara FC 0–1 USC Toro
U.S Scudelli 1–1 Odiol Vinceti
FC Piluzzi 1–3 AC Serone
AC Picilia 2–1 Picgliara Calcio
AC Pomena 1–0 AS Aguajú
FC Herone 2–2 Herona Calcio
S.S.C Tipoli 3–0 FC Demene
S.S.C Pacgliari 1–0 Toro Calcio
S.S.C Vilan 1–4 U.S Remeno

Matchday 29

S.S.C Vilan 1–0 Internazionale Serone
U.S Remeno 2–1 S.S.C Pacgliari
Toro Calcio 1–1 S.S.C Tipoli
FC Demene 1–3 FC Herone
Herona Calcio 2–3 AC Pomena
AS Aguajú 2–1 AC Picilia
Picgliara Calcio 2–0 FC Piluzzi
AC Serone 2–1 U.S Scudelli
Odiol Vinceti 0–1 Porcara FC
USC Toro 1–1 FC Tiscan

Matchday 30

Internazionale Serone 0–1 USC Toro
FC Tiscan 0–3 Odiol Vinceti
Porcara FC 4–4 AC Serone
U.S Scudelli 3–1 Picgliara Calcio
FC Piluzzi 0–3 AS Aguajú
AC Picilia 3–2 Herona Calcio
AC Pomena 3–2 FC Demene
FC Herone 1–1 Toro Calcio
S.S.C Tipoli 1–0 U.S Remeno
S.S.C Pacgliari 2–2 S.S.C Vilan


                             Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 AC Pomena 30 18 6 6 82 57 +25 60
2 U.S Scudelli 30 16 6 8 47 27 +20 54
3 AC Serone 30 14 10 6 78 58 +20 52
4 U.S Remeno 30 14 8 8 63 42 +21 50
5 USC Toro 30 15 5 10 47 42 +5 50
6 Odiol Vinceti 30 13 8 9 37 31 +6 47
7 Picgliara Calcio 30 13 8 9 30 25 +5 47
8 S.S.C Pacgliari 30 12 9 9 54 45 +9 45
9 AS Aguajú 30 13 6 11 50 49 +1 45
10 S.S.C Tipoli 30 11 9 10 44 41 +3 42
11 Porcara FC 30 11 6 13 30 38 −8 39
12 FC Herone 30 10 8 12 51 61 −10 38
13 FC Tiscan 30 11 3 16 48 64 −16 36
14 Toro Calcio 30 9 8 13 39 43 −4 35
15 S.S.C Vilan 30 9 8 13 35 41 −6 35
16 AC Picilia 30 9 6 15 52 54 −2 33
17 Herona Calcio 30 8 9 13 53 64 −11 33
18 Internazionale Serone 30 7 10 13 19 31 −12 31
19 FC Demene 30 7 10 13 38 54 −16 31
20 FC Piluzzi 30 5 7 18 22 52 −30 22


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COPA JUVE BONERE SEMI-FINALS


And then, there were 2! Herona UPSET Odiol at the jam packed Catedral, a Beziri lightning strike from the 35 meter mark was enough to silence the whole stadium. On to the Nuovo Stadio Olimpico, a beautiful derby of the giants ensued, with the Scudelliani getting bested by their cross-country rivals. There we go, the final is Herona Calcio vs U.S Scudelli, will the brown and whites pull an upset or will the Pomenienze side win the double?

Odiol Vinceti 0–1 Herona Calcio
AC Pomena 3-2 U.S Scudelli
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CAMPIONATO JFA BANCA TORO MATCHDAYS 31-38: THE FINALE


We are talking about a very dramatic ending to the league here! A title race between AC Pomena and U.S Scudelli duking it out neck on neck. U.S Scudelli even had its chance to get past the Pomenienze in matchday 35, once by losing away to US Remeno with a 5-4 scoreline and then not being able to reduce the difference as the Pomenienze picked up on their errors and managed to keep the lead winning the league a matchday before it ended. US Remeno managed to remain completely unbeaten in the last few matchdays, gathering a lot of draws along the way, something the Squadra di Popoli will have to look for during the next season, alongside not losing their major talents. AC Serone really blew off the lead it had at the start of the season in epic proportions, BARELY clinching an IFCF spot for next season, however Carpi's talent has not gone unnoticed. USC Toro did not manage to get in the IFCF spots in the end but having the respectable season they had might generate some interest to push for a higher finish next time around.

Matchday 31

S.S.C Pacgliari 0–0 Internazionale Serone
S.S.C Vilan 1–0 S.S.C Tipoli
U.S Remeno 1–0 FC Herone
Toro Calcio 2–2 AC Pomena
FC Demene 1–2 AC Picilia
Herona Calcio 1–1 FC Piluzzi
AS Aguajú 0–1 U.S Scudelli
Picgliara Calcio 2–0 Porcara FC
AC Serone 1–2 FC Tiscan
Odiol Vinceti 2–1 USC Toro

Matchday 32

Internazionale Serone 0–1 Odiol Vinceti
USC Toro 4–5 AC Serone
FC Tiscan 0–0 Picgliara Calcio
Porcara FC 2–2 AS Aguajú
U.S Scudelli 5–4 Herona Calcio
FC Piluzzi 2–0 FC Demene
AC Picilia 2–2 Toro Calcio
AC Pomena 3–3 U.S Remeno
FC Herone 2–0 S.S.C Vilan
S.S.C Tipoli 2–2 S.S.C Pacgliari

Matchday 33

S.S.C Tipoli 2–0 Internazionale Serone
S.S.C Pacgliari 3–1 FC Herone
S.S.C Vilan 0–1 AC Pomena
U.S Remeno 3–1 AC Picilia
Toro Calcio 0–2 FC Piluzzi
FC Demene 0–2 U.S Scudelli
Herona Calcio 2–4 Porcara FC
AS Aguajú 5–4 FC Tiscan
Picgliara Calcio 0–1 USC Toro
AC Serone 4–2 Odiol Vinceti

Matchday 34

Internazionale Serone 0–2 AC Serone
Odiol Vinceti 0–1 Picgliara Calcio
USC Toro 0–1 AS Aguajú
FC Tiscan 3–3 Herona Calcio
Porcara FC 1–0 FC Demene
U.S Scudelli 3–0 Toro Calcio
FC Piluzzi 0–0 U.S Remeno
AC Picilia 2–3 S.S.C Vilan
AC Pomena 2–1 S.S.C Pacgliari
FC Herone 0–1 S.S.C Tipoli

Matchday 35

FC Herone 1–2 Internazionale Serone
S.S.C Tipoli 1–1 AC Pomena
S.S.C Pacgliari 3–3 AC Picilia
S.S.C Vilan 0–1 FC Piluzzi
U.S Remeno 5–4 U.S Scudelli
Toro Calcio 0–0 Porcara FC
FC Demene 3–5 FC Tiscan
Herona Calcio 3–2 USC Toro
AS Aguajú 0–1 Odiol Vinceti
Picgliara Calcio 3–3 AC Serone

Matchday 36

Internazionale Serone 0–1 Picgliara Calcio
AC Serone 1–4 AS Aguajú
Odiol Vinceti 1–1 Herona Calcio
USC Toro 3–0 FC Demene
FC Tiscan 3–4 Toro Calcio
Porcara FC 2–3 U.S Remeno
U.S Scudelli 2–2 S.S.C Vilan
FC Piluzzi 2–3 S.S.C Pacgliari
AC Picilia 3–5 S.S.C Tipoli
AC Pomena 5–2 FC Herone

Matchday 37

AC Pomena 3–2 Internazionale Serone
FC Herone 2–2 AC Picilia
S.S.C Tipoli 1–0 FC Piluzzi
S.S.C Pacgliari 1–1 U.S Scudelli
S.S.C Vilan 0–0 Porcara FC
U.S Remeno 3–3 FC Tiscan
Toro Calcio 1–1 USC Toro
FC Demene 0–0 Odiol Vinceti
Herona Calcio 4–4 AC Serone
AS Aguajú 2–2 Picgliara Calcio

Matchday 38

Internazionale Serone 0–1 AS Aguajú
Picgliara Calcio 2–0 Herona Calcio
AC Serone 2–0 FC Demene
Odiol Vinceti 3–0 Toro Calcio
USC Toro 3–3 U.S Remeno
FC Tiscan 3–1 S.S.C Vilan
Porcara FC 1–0 S.S.C Pacgliari
U.S Scudelli 1–0 S.S.C Tipoli
FC Piluzzi 1–4 FC Herone
AC Picilia 4–3 AC Pomena


                             Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 AC Pomena 38 22 9 7 102 72 +30 75 Champions', Champions' Cup, Cup Winners' Cup
2 U.S Scudelli 38 21 8 9 66 39 +27 71 Challengers' Cup
3 U.S Remeno 38 18 12 8 84 58 +26 66 Challengers' Cup
4 AC Serone 38 18 12 8 100 77 +23 66 Challengers' Cup

5 Picgliara Calcio 38 17 11 10 41 31 +10 62 Vilitan Cove Invitational on merit of best defense
6 Odiol Vinceti 38 17 10 11 47 38 +9 61
7 AS Aguajú 38 17 8 13 65 60 +5 59
8 USC Toro 38 17 7 14 62 57 +5 58
9 S.S.C Tipoli 38 15 11 12 56 49 +7 56
10 S.S.C Pacgliari 38 14 13 11 67 57 +10 55
11 Porcara FC 38 14 9 15 40 47 −7 51
12 FC Tiscan 38 14 6 18 71 84 −13 48
13 FC Herone 38 12 9 17 63 76 −13 45
14 S.S.C Vilan 38 11 10 17 42 52 −10 43
15 AC Picilia 38 11 9 18 71 76 −5 42
16 Toro Calcio 38 10 12 16 48 59 −11 42
17 Herona Calcio 38 9 13 16 71 86 −15 40
18 Internazionale Serone 38 8 11 19 23 42 −19 35
19 FC Piluzzi 38 8 9 21 31 61 −30 33
20 FC Demene 38 7 11 20 42 71 −29 32


Capocannoniere di Juvencus - Golden boot winner: Modevideo Carpi(AC Serone): 32 goals
Other notable goalscorers: Patxi Etxeberria(AC Pomena): 27 goals
Gilberto Soares(U.S Scudelli): 25 goals
Joao Pereyra(US Remeno): 24 goals
Martin Rocher(S.S.C Tipoli): 23 goals
Geronimo Polo(AC Serone): 20 goals
Iturbo Arribe(Odiol Vinceti): 20 goals
Paulo Castelli(AC Pomena): 20 goals
Giovanni Dos Santos Oliveira(AS Aguajú): 19 goals
Alessandro Nespioti(Herona Calcio): 18 goals


Santo Domenico Assist Award - Best playmaker of the year: Joao Pereyra(US Remeno): 25 assists
Other notable playmakers: Piere-Didier Kouyaté(U.S Scudelli): 24 assists
Chimo Quaranta(AC Serone): 22 assists
Geronimo Abbiatti-Savevski(S.S.C Tipoli): 19 assists
Patxi Etxeberria(AC Pomena): 19 assists
Zlatan Krstevski(USC Toro): 18 assists


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COPA JUVE BONERE FINAL

Herona Calcio 0–1 AC Pomena


Herona Calcio:
AC Pomena: Patxi Etxeberria 58'


The Copa Juve Bonere final was played in Il Metropolitano stadium of Tipoli in the presence of 40,000 people, its maximum capacity. What a final this was, AC Pomena got on top and managed to become the very first Juven team to complete the double! While the final itself was mostly Herona Calcio trying to control the pace of the game, AC Pomena stuck to its traditional playstyle very well and its high pressure lines were too much for Herona Calcio in the end. A beautiful series of dribbles by Castelli saw Etxeberria virtually left unattended in the box and a beautiful through-ball as well as chip over the keeper's head in the follow-up was enough for the Royals to secure victory.

Juvencus(JUE) Qualifiers:
IFCF Champions' Cup: AC Pomena
IFCF Challengers' Cup: U.S Scudelli, US Remeno, AC Serone
IFCF Cup Winners' Cup: AC Pomena

FFI Liga dos Vencedores: AC Pomena, U.S Scudelli
FFI Taça das Confederações: U.S Remeno
VCI: Picgliara Calcio(on merit of best defense)
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CAMPIONATO D'OSCIORU SEASON 2029-30


While Oscioru is very upfront for its football seasons, internationalisation for the country of nearly 50 million people feels difficult with many regimental changes under the same figure. Union Juven win yet another Campionato, much to the distate of many teams and fans. Union Osce rose through the ranks way too dramatically after signing several Osci talents who could only be considered superstars within the Free Catholic Lands, while AC Cutti remains a force to be reckoned with. Union Juven winning the title with a much shorter margin than usual gives hope to the rest of teams to work harder in order to achieve more victorious campaigns and finally dethrone the largest representative of Juven nationalism in any sport in Oscioru.

                              Pld    W   D   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 Union Juven 34 22 7 5 76 37 +39 73, Champions, IFCF CL
2 AC Cutti 34 20 6 8 39 21 +18 66, IFCF ChL
3 Union Osce 34 16 12 6 27 14 +13 60, IFCF ChL
4 Universidad de Sampona 34 16 10 8 33 22 +11 58, IFCF ChL

5 AS Colparaiso 34 14 12 8 49 45 +4 54
6 AC Poma 34 13 10 11 46 51 −5 49
7 Universidad de Dronghi 34 11 13 10 37 27 +10 46
8 Club Otoledo 34 11 12 11 33 40 −7 45
9 Canzaria FC 34 12 7 15 48 52 −4 43
10 Cobraloa FC 34 10 12 12 23 26 −3 42
11 Club Catolica 34 11 9 14 18 21 −3 42
12 Deportivo Magares 34 11 7 16 56 57 −1 40
13 Calderon FC 34 9 13 12 35 36 −1 40
14 AS Odiol Vorona 34 10 10 14 40 42 −2 40
15 Conception United 34 10 9 15 17 27 −10 39
16 Universita di Oscioru 34 9 6 19 20 36 −16 33
17 Universita di Poma 34 7 12 15 49 68 −19 33
18 Estudiantes Polente 34 8 5 21 21 45 −24 29


Oscioru(OSC) Qualifiers:
primary association, puppet of Juvencus
Champions Cup: Union Juven
Challengers Cup: AC Cutti, Union Osce, Universidad de Sampona

FFI Liga Dos Vencedores: Union Juven, AC Cutti
FFI Taça das Confederações: Union Osce

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Postby Juvencus » Fri Oct 08, 2021 9:52 am

Club: FC Demene
Nickname: Les Vandales
Manager: Carol De Michel(Age 57)
Formation: 4-4-2
Ground: Stade de Liberté, Demene(Capacity: 11,000)
Facilities: Stadium:★★★ Reputation:★★ Youth team:★★
Sponsor: BancDem(Banking & finance)
Rivals: AC Picilia(main)
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Trophies won: None
Last season's finish: 20th
Culture: FC Demene's fan culture is one of the most hardcore in the nation. They are well-known vandals and will stop at nothing to break something of their opponents' possession whether it is inanimate or their face.
Fans' expectations: Anything better than last place and to finally finish above rivals AC Picilia.
Starting XI: GK: Saul Gonzalez(Age 29), CB: Callum Marcus(Age 32)(Brenecia), CB: Ciriaco Cremona(Age 34), RB: Jun Abdulrashid(Age 35)(Al Qurija)(Captain), LB: Raul Accosta(Age 21)(Al Qurija), CM: Clement Sanvictis(Age 25), CM: Annibale Echeverría(Age 30)(Second captain), RM: Teresa Vescovi(Age 24)(Oscioru)(F), LM: Rosaire Vargas(Age 28)(F), ST: Leon Dostescu(Age 24), ST: Ippolito Allegro(Age 31)
Substitutions:GK: Ahmet Mudzehedinovic(Age 20)(Al Qurija), GK:Ottone Droit(Age 38), DF: Matteo Chauvin(Age 18)(Oscioru), DF: Erika Cucinotta(Age 24)(F), MD: Luigi Elizondo(Age 21), MD: Marcelino Colbert(Age 23), ST: Eufemia Richelieu(Age 19), ST: Tamara Nicosia(Age 27)
Key players:Jun Abdulrashid(RB), Kim Hoseok(LB), Clement Sanvictis(CM), Leon Dostescu(ST)

Background: Demene is an industrial frontier city on the western side of Juvencus, that for a long time has been subjected to Italophone Juven and Osci influences and discrimination, such as signs solely in Italian, Italian-language speakers getting positions of power and being hired more easily at work, among other things in its French-speaking populace. This is something they have since not forgiven the Juven or Osci governments for, which still have not issued any formal apologies for the mistreatment of the locals. For that reason, resentment has grown in the local populace and as news of the creation of the Juven Campionato came to light, Demenois people joined forces to have a team that is representative of their voice of reason, according to them. Every french-speaking inhabitant of Demene follows this team with extreme aggression.

Previous season: The previous season was, simply put, a complete and utter disaster. They were nor very good nor too terrible for their finish but still managed to finish 20th. The team was simply too unmotivated to win and at points seemed to be lacking in areas where they have the most strength, namely the side of their defense, which are star-packed with Qurijan internationals.

Outlook: The Campionato's transfer ban on non-Juven, Osci, Montiverdi or Qurijan players provided the team with the chance to fill Leandro Gostinetti's spot in the center back position with a foreigner from Brenecia, named Callum Marcus, the 32-year old seems to be a good fit for the spot for the next couple years to come. Other than that, the team does no have much motivation or any other big changes and they will need quite a bit of luck in order to finish above last season's finish.
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Postby Juvencus » Fri Oct 08, 2021 9:52 am

Club: FC Piluzzi
Nickname: la Nuovoviola
Manager: Cesare Ajello(Age 44)
Formation: 4-3-3
Ground: Stadio del Porto, Port-Pegasu(Capacity:29,000)
Facilities: Stadium:★★★★ Reputation:★★★ Youth team:★★★★★
Sponsor: Demichelli's Pizzeria(Food & Drinks)
Rivals: U.S Scudelli(city), Picgliara Calcio(city)
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Trophies won: 1 Copa Juve
Last season's finish: 19th
Culture: A fanbase that is very in-your-face about its achievements, no matter if there is a slump on appearances or not. They will remind you that one victory in the first Copa Juve to ever take place. Nothing else of value, however.
Fans' expectations: They expect a grand makeover after the change in ownerships & a lot of money splashing for domestic talent as well as free foreign talent this window.
Starting XI: GK: Antonina Velasco(Age 31)(F)(Second captain), CB: Mohammad Al-Wazir(Age 23)(Al Qurija), CB: Lorena Vestri(Age 28), RB: Amor Episcopo(Age 35)(Oscioru), LB: Florence Quesada(Age 24), CM: Massimiliano Lontin(Age 30), RM: Trabador Carvalho(Age 28), LM: Wu Zexi(Age 26)(Hinodejin), ST: Claire Randall(Age 30)(Hapilopper)(F), ST: Orson Cale(Age 23)(Nephara), ST: Giuseppe Tarperini(Age 31)(Captain)
Substitutions:GK:Valter Rodriguez(Age 25)(Oscioru), GK:Michelangelo Carpini(Age 21), DF:Francisque Nicastro(Age 29)(F), DF: Yoselin Cino(Age 19)(F), MD: Glauco Sciacca(Age 25), MD:Soledad Zapatero(Age 38), ST:Atanasio Íñiguez(Age 39), ST:Eugénie Otero(Age 21)(F)
Key players: Mohammad Al-Wazir(CB), CM: Massimiliano Lontin, RM: Trabador Carvalho, ST: Claire Randall, ST: Giuseppe Tarperini

Background: Port-Pegasu is a very large, affluent coastal city of 4 million people conjoined to much larger Scudelli(and accounts to its statistical area) and it consists of its largest port and business district. While in the day-to-day life there is a big split between dockyard workers and business men who keep everything running in the area, FC Piluzzi was created to mostly close the gap to the bigger threats of other, larger cities, such as Scudelli itself and Pomena of which former's fanbases tried to lure Port-Pegassu people in, with no success. The team was known for its light blue attire and conservative style of playing, however under this new management & ownership, this identity is switching to a purple attire and a mysterious new style of play nobody has any idea about.

Previous season: Not the improvement they wanted, that is for sure. Pavle Trajkovski quit after the end of the season stating that the players were "unamanageable", the former owners of Reymundo Enterprise quit their ventures with the club as well. All in all a very destructive and scary season for the team.

Outlook: With the takeover by Demichelli's Pizzeria, one of the largest pizza delivery brands in the nation, the new ownership has gone above and beyond its capabilities to replace any old thorns from previous seasons while keeping star players in and bringing in exciting foreign players as well, such as former Hapiloppian international Claire Randall, Hinodejin midfielder Wu Zexi as well as youthful attacker Orson Cale. Domestically, they splashed a bit of money to strengthen the backline by bringing in Florence Quesada of S.S.C Pacgliari's bench, who proved promising whenever put onto the field as well as Lorena Vestri of Odiol Vinceti. Keeping all that in mind, FC Piluzzi is looking at a big upgrade ahead and could perhaps attain that much-needed mid to top table finish they have desired for so long.
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Postby Juvencus » Fri Oct 08, 2021 9:55 am

Club: Internazionale Serone
Nickname: InterSe
Manager: Jorge Castro(Age 65)
Formation: 4-4-2
Ground: Stadio Orione, Serone(Capacity: 21,000)
Facilities: Stadium:★★★★ Reputation:★★★★★ Youth team:★★★
Sponsor: Capdevilla(Communications)
Rivals: AC Serone(city)
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Trophies won: None
Last season's finish: 18th
Culture: A diverse, very international fanbase. Extremely likeable people and it also shows in the atmosphere of the Stadio Orione, performance does not matter as much having a safe, yet electifying stadium accepting of people from literally everywhere regardless of class or other mainstream group.
Starting XI: GK: Mahmud Maksimovic(Age 29), CB: Miroslava Iliev(Age 20)[F], CB: Ricardo Assange(Age 32), RB: Fernanda Marichetta(Age 23)[F](Oscioru), LB: Julio D'Angelis(Age 25)(Captain), CM: Ibrahim Amjad(Age 29), CM: Clara Amatore(Age 35)(Second captain)[F], RM: Vuk Loyola(Age 28), LM: Maja Deniel(Age 31), CF: Justin LeClerc(Age 30), CF: Djuradj Djurasic(Age 18)(Farfadillis)
Substitutions: GK: Nikifor Faucheux(Age 23), GK: Sosimo Bagnoli(Age 17), DF: Loreto Bolivar(Age 24), DF: Slavko Dimitrov(Age 28)(Al Qurija), MD: Palmira Busto(Age 21)[F], MD: Gavril De La Fuente(Age 39), FW: Faustino Tamaro(Age 25), FW: Urbain Allegri(Age 18)
Key players: Ibrahim Amjad(CM), Mahmud Maksimovic(GK), Justin LeClerc(CF), Julio D'Angelis(LB), Miroslava Iliev(CB)

Background: Founded in the very busy and international Revoda Sea port of Serone, InterSe's history is long being one of the first clubs to ever be founded in Juvencus. Being in the 2nd largest heart of Revoda Sea trade in Juvencus, after Pomena, Serone has always been host to people of all walks of life from every side of the country. The team was founded 2 months after more localised side AC Serone was founded as a representative of the merchants, the dockyard workers and pretty much everyone else who felt unrepresented in the classes of Serone in the late 19th century. It enjoyed pretty heavy success in the 20th and early 21st centuries, winning a series of local tournaments and cups but in the modern era the team has not produced the same performances. Nevertheless, it is still a larger-than-life representation.

Previous season: Internazionale had always been stuck around the middle of the pack since the creation of the Campionato, but last season was even more disappointing that they could have anticipated. An 18th place finish, the worst attack of the league by far? Problems are not over there, their defence cannot hold attacks forever and it was pretty obvious last season, conceding nearly DOUBLE the amount of goals they scored, an insane feat.

Outlook: The additions of former youth international Miroslava Iliev and Farf Djuradj Djurasic hope to give the team a more youthful approach to the game, but truth be told, they are not massive changes and the team will likely struggle this season unless Jorge Castro picks it up, tactically speaking. They are still an incredible defensive side and whether or not they capitalise on the opportunities given to them is still up for debate.
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Postby Juvencus » Fri Oct 08, 2021 9:57 am

Club: Herona Calcio
Nickname: Truppe del deserto
Manager: Davide Aligheri(Age 51)
Formation: 4-3-3
Ground: Staglio Degli Heroi, Herona(Capacity: 12,000)
Facilities: Stadium:★★★ Reputation:★★ Youth team:★★★
Sponsor: Planetta Oil(Oil company)
Rivals: FC Herone(main and city)
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Trophies won: None
Last season's finish: 17th
Culture: Fight-friendly group, ready to throw hands with literally every fanbase and especially that of their cross-city french-speaking rivals of FC Herone. They do not believe in any systematic oppression of their rivals and believe it is all utter bullshit. Staglio Degli Heroi and the surrounding area are scary areas to be, especially as a french-language speaker, approach with caution. Tl;dr: Far right support, do not be fooled.
Starting XI: GK: Qadir Ahmed(Age 24), CB: Sebastiano Moreno(Age 28), CB: Urbano Belmonte(Age 34)(Second Captain), RB: Maria Pia Abategiovanni(Age 21)[F], LB: Vladislav Pierno(Age 30), CM: Vincenzo Gormiti(Age 27), RM: Serafim Beziri(Age 32)(Captain), LM: Jadranka Novkovic(Age 19)(Al Qurija)[F], RF: Ana Sofia Chavarria(Age 30)[F], LF: Enrica Martinelli(Age 25)[F], CF: Kamal Ahmad(Age 24)(Sharktail)
Substitutions: GK: Viola Jovanovic(Age 18), GK: Alberto Abrici(Age 31), DF: Enrico Portoghese(Age 27), DF: Urbano Pecora(Age 34), MD: Vasilija Acerbi(Age 20)(Al Qurija)[F], MD: Verissimo Carnevale(Age 30), FW: Godofredo Lamberti(Age 21), FW: Ottaviano Parenti(Age 28)
Key players: Vincenzo Gormiti(CM), Qadir Ahmed(GK), Serafim Beziri(RM), Enrica Martinelli(LF)

Background: The Italian-language representative of Herona and not Herone, as the Italian-speaking fans will correct you very aggressively. Herona Calcio is one of the most politically-aligned teams in the nation, known to fund and support all far-right and italian-language nationalist parties of their region. While the team's ultras carry major fights, the team has always played a relatively offensive style of football even in the more defensive eras of Juven football. Not necessarily successful ever, they always follow their goals to have their ideals not just heard, but enforced, at least in their own side of the city, il Quartiere, as its known. The Stadio Degli Heroi is sort of like a temple to them, opposing and neutral fans are mostly not allowed unless the ultras of the club deem fit.

Previous season: No change, their frontline was beautiful, Nespioti was of pivotal importance but their backline was attracious, Qadir Ahmed could only save so many shots before conceding. He was good, but not enough if the defense just did not pull through consistently matchday in matchday out. Nespioti's departure at the season's end left a big gap in the frontlines as well, which is for sure weakening this side. However reaching the Copa final last season was indeed very promising.

Outlook: Not sure on their position, Kamal Ahmad's arrival from Sharktail side Tiger FC is definetely going to fill some of the void left behind by Nespioti. What they are for sure going to do is to try to score more goals than they concede, a very hard feat considering the 0 amount of changes on their backline.
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Postby Juvencus » Fri Oct 08, 2021 9:58 am

Club: Toro Calcio
Nickname: I Gladiatori
Manager: Justinian Portero(Age 53)
Formation: 4-4-2
Ground: Torre di Toro, Torona(Capacity: 26,000)
Facilities: Stadium:★★★★ Reputation:★★★★ Youth team:★★
Sponsor: Armatori Uomiti(Clothing brand)
Rivals: USC Toro(main and city)
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Trophies won: None
Last season's finish: 16th
Culture: A beautiful mish-mash of the Italian and French-speaking people come into the stadium to provide an atmosphere that is likeable and that is appreciated. Though normally not as violent as other fanbases in Juvencus, things can get real heated when they face rivals USC Toro in their shared home.
Starting XI: GK: Gianmarco De Luca(Age 21), CB: Pau Escudieri(Age 29)(Captain), CB: Clara Uberti(Age 35)[F], RB:Paco Hernanez(Age 26), LB: Gema Santos(Age 21)(Oscioru)[F], CDM: Carlota Estrada(Age 20)[F], CM: Ulisses Aldebrandi(Age 28), CM: Imaculada Dominguez(Age 27)(Al-Qurija)[F], CAM: Federica Ferrari(Age 31)[F], CF: Atanasio Falcao(Age 34), CF: Adalberto Pinieri(Age 28)
Substitutions: GK:Carmina Pinto(Age 30)[F], GK: Felipe Gastrado(Age 21)(Oscioru), DF: Marco Figueroa(Age 27), DF: Roberto Rotolo(Age 21)(Capo Azul), MD: Goffredo Montana(Age 36), MD: Javier Antunez(Age 19), FW: Celestino Aguado(Age 20), FW: Cornelio Masi(Age 23)
Key players: Pau Escudieri(CB), Ulisses Aldebrandi(CM), Imaculada Dominguez(CM), Atanasio Falcao(CF)

Background: Created by internal immigrant factory workers in Torona in the late 19th century, Toro Calcio is one of the oldest sports clubs in the nation as a whole and one whose whole image, identity and purpose is centered around its unifying properties in its region as a whole. While never the strongest team, it always attracted the largest number of fans due to it being accepting of both French and Italian-speaking people and also served as an outlet to get rid of any negativity that was afflicting post-Unification War industrial workers, especially in a place as affected as Torona had been.

Previous season: It was a finish above the perceived danger zone and that is enough for them, however the whole on the sides of the pitch were always very hard to cover and served as the defining factor in a lot of defeats of i gladiatori last season.

Outlook: Toro Calcio, unlike a large number of sides, decided to completely shrug on the fact that the transfer market is completely open to exciting foreign talent to enter the Campionato. Instead, they focused southward on the Osci Campionato to bring some strong talent such as Ulisses Aldebrandi as well as exciting youth talent from Capo Azul, Roberto Rotolo, who may or may not be getting the time needed on the pitch this season. Justinian Portero's place is on thin ice, especially considering how close the Juven Football Association, in conjunction to the Qurijan Football Federation are close to creating a pyramid system with the addition of Serie B with Juven and Qurijan sides.
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Postby Juvencus » Fri Oct 08, 2021 11:02 am

Club: AC Picilia
Nickname: La Cuore
Manager: Destro Zamorano(Age 59)
Formation: 4-2-3-1
Ground: Stadio di San Valentino, Cuori(Capacity: 40,000)(+8,000 seat extension)
Facilities: Stadium:★★★★ Reputation:★★★ Youth team:★★★
Sponsor: Apolloniata(Clothing brand)
Rivals: FC Demene(main)
Kit Colors: ImageImage
Trophies won: None
Last season's finish: 15th
Culture: AC Picilia's fanbase is very peculiar in the sense that it embraces punk culture, which is very much spread around its native Cuori. The fans are the most infamous questional substances abusers in the nation and give the Stadio di San Valentino a very special vibe, unlike many others. There is however, a more wholesome side to the fanbase which means there's a big chasm between the two groups, who nonetheless powerfully support their favourite club.
Starting XI: GK: Marchisio De Pesca(Age 27)(Captain), CB: Gaston Huerta(Age 20), CB: Rebecca Blanchet(Age 31)[F], RB: Laurenti De Vincetis(Age 29)(Oscioru), LB: Gilberto Stallone(Age 25)(Al Qurija), CDM: Yanis Acerbi(Age 34)(Capo Azul), CDM: Vitale Cino(Age 24), CAM: Anaude Kovacic(Age 27)(Al Qurija)[F], RF: Sancho Constantini(Age 31), LF: Eustratio Panteri(Age 23)(Capo Azul), CF: Brunella Tafani(Age 31)(Second captain)
Substitutions: GK: Gaelle Campo(Age 25)[F], GK: Maggie Vicente(Age 23)[F], DF: Silvestre Guillot(Age 31)[F], DF: Raymundo Rome(Age 29), MD: Albino Quattrocchi(Age 21), MD: Vicente Blanc(Age 28), FW: Jovan Chevalier(Age 37)(Al Qurija), FW: Bianca Vespa(Age 20)(Oscioru)[F]
Key players: GK: Marchisio De Pesca, LB: Gilberto Stallone, CAM: Anaude Kovacic, CF: Brunella Tafani

Background: The unity of Cuori caravan owners, AC Picilia is one of the very few representatives of the desert and as such, have a huge following in the entirety of the desert, being its only major team. Other than that, a very big fixation with love has been a theme of all club owners for an irrelevant reason, not knowing where that could come from.

Previous season: You would think a team of an offensive caliber this strong would be a tough nut to get through, but no, their defense is another abysmal one and if it weren't for De Pesca's heroics, we could be talking for a bottom-table side. However Tafani proving to be clutch on the pitch did give the team a sense of liberty that was unprecedented.

Outlook: Looking to the usual Osci and Qurijan markets as well as internally, the side did not bother bringing any out-and-about stars. Not saying this could work against them, though, as many teams decided to follow the very same strategy. However, with the only major addition being Anaude Kovacic of Al Qurija, not much change is expected where it is needed and the team with need to sort out its problems the hard way. They cannot rely to De Pesca forever. Offensively they remain strong, Tafani bringing giving her words of wisdom from abroad to her younger teammates has certainly helped them to be tougher on the pitch, but it is not there always. Gaston Huerta's arrival to the backline will not change much, given that he is young and inexperienced, but the best the team will have for a long time to go. They can only pray.
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Postby Juvencus » Fri Oct 08, 2021 12:17 pm

Club: S.S.C Vilan
Nickname: Gli Agricoltori
Manager: Clement Thibault(Age 50)
Formation: 4-4-2
Ground: Stadio de la Santa Cantarina, Vilan(Capacity:26,000)(+4,000 seat extension)
Facilities: Stadium:★★★ Reputation:★ Youth team:★★★★
Sponsor: Loyola Enterprise(Food & drinks)
Rivals: None, yet universally despised
Kit Colors: Image Image
Trophies won: None
Last season's finish: 14th
Culture: While the atmosphere of the Stadio de la Santa Catarina is unmatched by most, if not all stadiums in the nation. Smokes matching the team's colors, which have now changed to light green to better fit the city's location in a lush area and its neon green nightlife. Other than that, they overdo it with that same support and while they do not necessarily fight with anyone, they come off as really stuck up to everyone else.
Starting XI: GK: Fernando Lopez(Age 21)(Second captain), CB: Mario Calligari(Age 38), CB: Napoleon Bonheur(Age 23), RB: Angelo Bonipetri(Age 31)(Captain), LB: Teresa Proulx(Age 22)[F], CDM: Pio Cardoso(Age 28)(Captain), RM: Gloria Tedesca(Age 27)[F], LM: Mahmut Cassiteni(Age 25)(Al Qurija), CAM: Norbert Riva(Age 30), CF: Lygia Tafani(Age 25), CF: Alessandre Xhumi(Age 22)
Substitutions: GK: Ana Piazza(Age 29), GK: Anastastio Acconci(Age 26)(Oscioru), DF:Benjamin Garcia(Age 31), DF: Adrijana Markovic(Age 21)(Al Qurija)[F], MD: Eulogio Franco(Age 30), MD: Francisca Ruzzier(Age 28)[F], FW: Damjana Charpentier(Age 29)[F], FW: Stepano Cari(Age 20)
Key players: GK: Fernando Lopez, RB: Angelo Boniperi, CDM: Pio Cardoso, CF: Alessandre Xhumi

Background: S.S.C Vilan was originally known as AgroVilan, as it was created as a sports association for farmers in the extremely fertile side of Pomena valley around Vilan and the Concordo river. This has given a very villager-like reputation to the team nationwide, not indicative of its pre-modern era dominance. The team is also known to be over-reliant on youth products and not normally looking elsewhere and especially abroad for too many of their transfers.

Previous season: Call it skill or call it luck, nobody really expected S.S.C Vilan to improve in any significant way after Ganymede Garcia's departure from the team and its complete weakness in the frontline, but numbers remained very stable for the team. A solid backline improvement also gave the team a few more breaks than it should have had last season, but oh boy was it fun to see opposing fans completely angry at any matchday S.S.C Vilan managed to win.

Outlook: Academy product and U21 international Fernando Lopez was added on the starting lineup, excellent news for the Vilanese in regards to backline regards. Other than that, the team has remained stable and well. Nobody knows exactly where they might land, they could be having either that one lucky break to the top of the table, or completely screwing over in proper S.S.C Vilan fashion. Thibault's manager will be on the spotlight here and it is one of the sides to look out for this season.
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Postby Juvencus » Fri Oct 08, 2021 1:50 pm

Club: FC Herone
Nickname: Les Sabreurs
Manager: Philippe Charlot(Age 62)
Formation: 4-3-3
Ground: Stade Saint-Nazaire, Herone(Capacity: 15,000)
Facilities: Stadium:★★ Reputation:★★★ Youth team:★★★★
Sponsor: Cueil - Air Travel(Transportation)
Rivals: Herona Calcio(main and city)
Kit Colors:Image Image
Trophies won: None
Last season's finish: 13th
Culture: FC Herone's fans are another breed of human, for a good reason. They are the most aggressive fanbase in the nation, tied to their Francophony to a big extent. Will not hesitate to break property if need be, especially of any Italophone and god save whoever calls Herone Herona.
Starting XI: GK: Samuel Ostanzo(Age 30), CB: Ayoub Najm(Age 24)(Al Qurija)(Second captain), CB: Adriana Lopes(Age 32)(Oscioru)[F], RB: Marjolaine Moreau(Age 30)[F], LB: Sancho Corti(Age 30), CDM: Firmino Maçon(Age 28)(Captain), RM: Sacha Aleppo(Age 27)[F], LM: Petro Murat(Age 19)(Al-Qurija), RF: Ali Shaqiri(Age 24)(Al Qurija), LF: Jeremias Pesce(Age 21), CF: Carlo Belletti(Age 25)
Substitutions: GK: Stjepan Aquila(Age 28)(Al Qurija), GK: Tereza Siena(Age 24)[F], DF: Fernando Adelante(Age 32)(Oscioru), DF: Paco Rossoni(Age 34), MD: Amanda Dragic(Age 18)[F], MD: Joao Dragao(Age 22), FW: Panfilo Leandre(Age 24), FW: Aurelio Manfredonia(Age 36)(Juvenis)
Key players: CB: Ayoub Najm, CDM: Firmino Maçon, RF: Ali Shaqiri, LF: Jeremias Pesce, CF: Carlo Belletti

Background: It is Herone, not Herona and that is what the hardcore Francophones of Herone, who created a team to represent them and their aspiration in all matters sport. While in the starting stages only italian names were allowed, the side was known as AC Herona, which is something they despised to the core, changing it to FC Herone in later years as a sort of protest against the government. Their fanbase and the club's management all support far-right Francophone movements which they believe show their harsh treatment by the Italophones in the past, truth be told it is all for free violence.

Previous season: Lucky to be alive and mid-table it seems. While it might have not been apparent, playing without fans for half the season because of their own misdemeanor really hurt the club. Thankfully some of its top-tier players managed to show some great skill on the pitch and keep the club afloat, disappointing defence but only in some games and not most. An attack that was mediocre but did work wonders sometimes.

Outlook: Philippe Charlot has plans up his sleeve, being lucky enough to keep the majority of his internationals within his team. Addition of youth academy prospect and U21 international Jeremias Pesce sees the club hopeful for a better and stronger showing up front, with 3 very exciting young attackers up front. Most of the defensive line is mostly past its prime, so it would be hard to determine whether or not they will show up, but experience always wins in the end.
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Postby Juvencus » Sat Oct 09, 2021 5:06 am

Club: FC Tiscan
Nickname: FCTis
Manager: Dante Positano(Age 47)
Formation: 4-3-3
Ground: Catedral de Sud, Tiscan(Capacity: 18,000)
Facilities: Stadium:★★★ Reputation:★★ Youth team:★★★★
Sponsor: Tosieri Wineries(Drinks)
Rivals: None
Kit Colors: Image Image
Trophies won: None
Last season's finish: 12th
Culture: The most apathetic fanbase in the nation, they think just having fun is the end all be all of this game. Which is very disappointing considering all these talents they develop and just give away for nothing.
Starting XI: GK: Costanzo Catalano(Age 23)(Oscioru), CB: Sanya Yakov(Age 23), CB: Rosalba Montanari(Age 34)[F], RB: Zeferino Borghi(Age 30), LB: Sime Nicodemo(Age 27), CDM: Sonia Oberti(Age 21)[F], RM: Alice Sgro(Age 25)[F], LM: Demetro Natale(Age 26), RF: Isidro Capocannoniere(Age 32)(Captain), LF: Nursultan Dimitrov(Age 27)(Second captain), CF: Martina Robinho(Age 31)[F]
Substitutions: GK: Gabriel Roux(Age 27)(Nuovo Juvencus), GK: Gennaro Garcia(Age 31), DF: Serafim Cabral(Age 25), DF: Maria Savicevic(Age 35)(Al Qurija), MD: Marina Bozha(Age 28)[F], MD: Caridad Pardo(Age 27)[F], FW: Elvio Adami(Age 31)(Orientis Juven), FW: Josselin Medina(Age 19)[F]
Key players: GK: Costanzo Catalano, LM: Demetro Natale, LF: Nursultan Dimitrov, RF: Isidro Capocannoniere

Background: The winers of Juvencus were always really concetrated in Tiscan and its surrounding region because the grape production produced a very special type of tropical grape, not found anywhere else in the world, that produced a very sweet wine flavor. Said winers also created a football club for when it was not harvest season to participate in local championships, this slowly developed into the representation of the whole region on the grandest stage of them all in the modern era. They were always in it for the fun of it rather than competition, but being in solid footing on the Campionato occassionally has showed this team might have potential. Shame its own talent always left for better fruit elsewhere.

Previous season: Carlos Coste is a prime example of a great defender, but with the rest of the defence being abysmal it did not do too much difference. They lost him in the end, another youth talent wasted. Their attack was mostly solid, being yet another attack to score 71 goals. Seriously those numbers feel predetermined sometimes.

Outlook: Inconsistency is definitely not key and projecting something for a side this inconsistent is next to impossible. Their attack is super solid but is starting to age with only Dimitrov entering his peak years to help with their goalscoring output. The backline is mostly gone at this point, but the arrival of Sanya Yakov might bring some hope and no overreliance on to Catalano.
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Postby Juvencus » Sat Oct 09, 2021 5:45 am

Club: Porcara FC
Nickname: Les Dauphins
Manager: Manuel Castro(Age 67)
Formation: 5-2-3
Ground: Monte Grande, Pomena(Capacity: 15,000)(+5,000 seat expansion)
Facilities: Stadium:★★★ Reputation:★★ Youth team:★★★
Sponsor: Regnum(Music streaming)
Rivals: AC Pomena(city), U.S Remeno(city)
Kit Colors: Image Image
Trophies won: None
Last season's finish: 11th
Culture: The drunkards, the workers and every other nutjob you can think of in the nation is in this club's fanbase. Very fight or flighty, as such their reputation is very dirty.
Starting XI: GK: Lara Coppola(Age 27)(Montagnaverde)[F], L: Emmanuele Leandre(Age 24)(Montagnaverde) CB: Stojko Popovski(Age 33)(Al Qurija), CB: Roland Blanc(Age 28), RB: Elisie Bonnaccorso(Age 31)[F], LB: Petko Petkovic(Age 29)(Al Qurija), RM: Vittorio Acquafredda(Age 20), LM: Shareef Karimi(Age 25)(Al Qurija), RF: Matias Nespoli(Age 26), LF: Juanco Martin(Age 27), CF: Marcella Grosso(Age 25)[F]
Substitutions: GK: Geremia Brodeur(Age 34), GK: Giacoma Mantovani(Age 29), DF: Todor Innocenti(Age 21)(Nuovo Serone), DF: Teodosio Pinto(Age 23), MD: Donatello Morales(Age 20), MD: Arsenio Pantoja(Age 34), FW: Marina Masi(Age 35)(Oscioru)[F], FW: Lucio Bianchi(Age 22)
Key players: CB: Stojko Popovski, CB: Roland Blanc, LM: Shareef Karimi, RF: Matias Nespoli, CF: Marcella Grosso

Background: In a city as big and cosmopolitan as Pomena is, it is hard to encapsulate everyone's attention, no matter the size of your team. Porcara FC is the smaller and newer side of the 3 representatives of the city, created by left-leaning workers and partiers alike. It was created initially as a resistance to the more royalist AC Pomena side and the more populist U.S Remeno side but eventually found support in all walks of life as the little menace who can cause serious trouble.

Previous season: A solid mid-table finish as the club seems to have found its true place in the league as one of its better defensive sides. Parking the bus by the end of the season seems to have worked wonders.

Outlook: Very stable and old school strategies to be expected by les Dauphins this season with absolutely 0 transfers and a lot of trust to coach Manuel Castro's strategies and antics. Stojko Popovski's commanding presence on the pitch will hopefully lead the team to something better this season, hopefully. Matias Nespoli is approaching his peak years and Marcella Grosso's return from injury has really rejuvenated the frontlines of this squad. Other than that, Monte Grande's expansion to a 15,000 seater stadium will help alleviate some of the financial issues the club is having.
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