RTC U18 World Cup 14 Xanneria & Starcom (EVERYTHING THREAD)

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RTC U18 World Cup 14 Xanneria & Starcom (EVERYTHING THREAD)

Postby Xanneria » Wed Jul 21, 2021 9:39 pm

The United Provinces of Xanneria and the Kingdom of Starcom welcome you to the 14th annual Under 18 World Cup presented by RTC.

Participating Nations



GROUP A (SCM - Royal Monarch's Stadium/ Raiatea Municipal Sports Complex)
1. Starcom Racing
2. Baker Park
3. Chromatika
4. Maramaa

GROUP B (XAN - Mercyhurt Road / Northshore Stadium)
1. Xanneria
2. Republic of Indian States
3. Pemecutan
4. Abanhfleft

GROUP C (SCM - Matt Hannon Stadium / Honolulu CIty Stadium)
1. Graintfjall
2. Raspotochje
3. Oberour Ar Moro
4. Muralos

GROUP D (XAN - Pfluger Stadium / Sierra Stadium)
1. Sylestone
2. Tumbra
3. Garbelia
4. Hispinas

GROUP E (SCM Big Dock Stadium - SCOIL Polynesia Stadium)
1. Kohnhead
2. Delaclava
3. Adab
4. Malandrin

GROUP F (XAN - Richmond Avenue Bowl / Velstin Point East Stadium)
1. HUElavia
2. The Jovannic
3. Starblaydia
4. Zeta Reka and Hugletaldom

GROUP G (SCM Inland Seafood Sailors Memorial Stadium - Biscuit King Stadium)
1. Mertagne
2. Indusse
3. Galimencia
4. Srednjaci

GROUP H (XAN Hubert Stadium / Three Sisters Stadium)
1. Magnecia
2. Cassadaigua
3. Trolleborg
4. Bollonich

SCHEDULE (Cut off between 10:00pm and 11:59pm EST)
DRAW July 22nd
MD1 July 26th 1v4 / 2v3
MD2 July 27th 4v3 / 1v2
MD3 July 28th 2v4 / 3v1
MD4 July 29th 4v1 / 3v2
MD5 July 30th 3v4 / 2v1
MD6 July 31st 4v2 / 1v3
Rof16 August 2nd (1st place teams seeded 1-8,2nd place teams seeded 9-16)
Quarterfinals August 3rd Winners from Ro16
Semi-Finals August 5th Winners of the QF Matchups
3PPO/Finals August 6th Winners of the Semifinals + Losers of Semifinals

Below is the RP Permissions List, please check each participating nations box before you RP their game with them. Also We encourage that nations collaborate with each other, so feel free to send a TG to your rivals asking about ideas they may have or what not.

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Xanneria: My main nation
NATIONAL FOOTBALL TEAM: Maroons - Record 80-23-59 (W-D-L) (This may not be 100% accurate)
FIRST CONTEST: Copa Esportiva 23
FIRST GAME: Vangazaland 3-1 Xanneria
FIRST WIN: 5-3 vs Qingland
LARGEST MOV: 5-0 vs Pineapple Porcupines/ 7-2 vs Starcom Racing/5-0 vs HAIKU
CHAMPIONSHIPS:Baptism of Fire 69 (Nice!) winner / Group Winner CE24
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NSCF TEAMS: Xannerian Polytechnic
NSSCRA: Cars #10,12,16

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Postby Xanneria » Wed Jul 21, 2021 9:44 pm

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Welcome to the United Provinces of Xanneria

Ah, so you found yourself in the nation known as Xanneria for the 14th edition of the Under 18 World Cup? Welcome stranger I hope you'll find this place enjoyable and hopefully you'll come back even after the U18 World Cup is over, we have plenty of room for you here in Xanneria. Our Nation is located on the far far western portions of the region known as Esportiva. We are a kind personable people, though at times we believe so much in the ability a person has to make life choices we can also come off as Apathetic. Don't be fooled, we do care about you.

Be Warned canonically this tournament takes place during Xanneria's late fall and winter, so expect the games to be played in fairly chilly temperatures as the climate in Xanneria is fairly temperate.


The history of Xanneria, is intrinsically tied to the former nation of Tonissia. roughly 500 or so years ago a Tonissian explorer named Dominic Anneria, as you may guess this is essentially where Xanneria got its name from. The X came from an improperly inscribed "X" near Annerias name when the formal documentation of this new colony was established. As the colony flourished, there became a time around the early 1800s where it became obvious that Xanneria would be better off on its own. Eventually Xanneria became independent in 1807 and established itself in the community. Soon it's father Tonissia became one of its most important trade partners. This was the deal, though eventually some other trade partners in Atlantian Oceania, this was lead about by the formation of the Xannerian Sunbelt Island territory (now located in Anaia). The colony was formed int he late 1890s after explorers deemed a small set of islands near the south central AO that by many were deemed "worthless piles of mud", to be perfect for the national needs. The low lying marsh proved perfect for the industries of the Esportivan based nation as it helped give the nation a very significant boost through giving the nation the much needed ability to grow sugar and coffee. Those commodities were deemed expensive luxuries till the colony was formed. Eventually though a series of upheavals in Tonissia lead to a series progressively worse dictators that eventually lead to a cold war between the nations. Eventually Tonissia disappeared from international eyes (rumors swirl that they actually nuked themselves to obliteration.) yet Xanneria was left with alone in the most literal since of the word. Yes they had some trade with nations in AO, but this was still fairly minimal and the Xannerian economy started to look grim. The grim future though never happened, huge discoveries of metals and other mining operations in the late 60s early 70s essentially helped save the Xannerian economy and turned the nation into an industrial powerhouse. That being said the economy was still insular and almost entirely domestic. The time of 65-82 was known as the Isolationist period . Eventually this period ended when the nation of "near-bye" Ethane found (Yes Xanneria was isolated to the point they hadn't even discovered their region mates.) out about Xanneria, leading to a period of international relations and growth within the international community. eventually leading to their rise as a footballing "power".


Xannerians are blessed with several options of transportation. Most Xannerians pride them selves on an extensive rail-network with several operators spanning the nation. Though it should be known to travelers that the size of the nation means that long distance rail travel should really only be done as a vacation method and not to actually be used. It is recommended that fans use the aviation method of intra-national travel as the nation is rather large and time will be of the essence with games be played over an ICly 14 day schedule. Also hindering both rail and road travel in Xanneria is the fact there is a large body of water in the middle of Southern Xannerian known as the "Gulf of Melbourne" The Gulf can be traversed by car, but it also requires you to take a ferry from a place like East Rowe, Perlham or the Capital Dominica city to a western port such as Orchard Park, or Rome Beach. We hope you understand as our nation will on display that all options for travel are considered.


CTA Hi-Line Northshore Stadium: Dominica City, XCT

NAME: CTA Hi-Line Northshore Stadium
TENANT: Northshore
CAPACITY: 35,000
INFO: One of the more unique looking stadiums in Xanneria, but not the most unique in the world though. You see some architects in Electrum were "inspired" to make a "similar looking" stadium, we'll edit this post when our lawyers tell us the results of the lawsuit. The Stadium has a unique presenting sponsor though as the Capital Transit Authority uses the stadium to advertise its "Hi-Line" buses through town.

Tan-Fed Three Sisters Stadium: Dominica City, XCT

NAME: Tan-Fed Three Sisters Stadium
TENANT: Carleton Park Rangers
CAPACITY: 32,000
INFO: Located in the Carelton Park area of Dominica City, Three Sisters is one of the nicer stadiums in Xanneria's capital. The name of the stadium is from the name of three small mountains that dot the land scape of the Capital Territory and neighboring province of Hastings. They are Mount Mary, Lydia Mountain, and Mount Sarah.

XANAir National Stadium II: Dominica City, XCT

NAME: XANAir National Stadium II
TENANT: Capital FC
CAPACITY: 65,000
INFO: The new national stadium, National II was built 15 years ago when during the qualifiers, some structural issues were found with the original National Stadium. Using a retro-classic design this smaller style stadium is the third largest in FLOX behind Perlham's Wolfram Stadium, and the City of Hawthorne Stadium.

Mercyhurst Road: Hawthorne, Denalia

NAME: Mercyhurt Road
TENANT: Hawthorne United
CAPACITY: 40,000
INFO: A nice shiny stadium, Mercyhurt is one of the nicest stadiums in Xannerias western coast. Although they don't have the glamorous fanbase of rival Galaxy, the suburbanites of Hawthorne tend to pick United even with the teams recent struggles.

The Richmond Avenue Bowl: Hawthorne, Denalia

NAME: Richmond Avenue Bowl
TENANT: Hawthorne Kickers
CAPACITY: 30,000
INFO: Unlike the suburban shine of Mercyhurt Road of the City of Hawthorne stadiums celeb fan base, The Richmond Avenue bowl is home to Hawthorne's working class team. A large chunk of the fanbase comes from the working class tobacco and meat packing industries that are prevalent in Hawthorne. That being said due to the Kickers continued success domestically, the stadium despite its age and bare bones amenities still will host games in the U18 WC. Also expect a lot of the locals to show up and watch.

Pfluger Stadium: Austin, Leitner

NAME: Plfuger Stadium
TENANT: Austin City
CAPACITY: 52,000
INFO: Set in a bowl north of the city, the Pfluger stadium is one of the most well known stadiums in Xanneria, thanks in part to Austin City's massive success during the IFCF era.

Sierra Stadium. Myrtle, East Anclare

NAME: Sierra Stadium
TENANT: Myrtle Wanderers
CAPACITY: 29,000
INFO: Despite recent mediocrity, the Wanderers have always been one of the most consistent teams in terms of stadium attendance. This is due to Myrtle being home to the epicenter of the Tourism industry in Xanneria and a lot of fans of opposing teams will watch game hear and take a day off the day after to go to the beach.

East Stadium: Velstin Point, Gellin

NAME: Velstin Point East Stadium
TENANT: Islandside
CAPACITY: 30,000
INFO: When your city is half on an island and half on the mainland it's very likely you'll get a huge rivalry in sports between the two sides of the city. Needless to say those on the mainland portion of Velstin Point will not be happy their counter parts on the Island will be hosting a group of U18 WC Matches.

Golden Malt n Meal Hubert Stadium: Briggs Level, Allendowa

NAME: Golden Malt n Meal Hubert Stadium
TENANT: Allendowa United
CAPACITY: 22,000
INFO: There's not much to do in Briggs Level, Allendow United games are one of the things you can do here though. Because of this their dedicated fanbase has been passionate about the team and fills up the stadium. FLOX decided to honor their commitment to their team by giving the stadium a hosting gig.
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Xanneria: My main nation
NATIONAL FOOTBALL TEAM: Maroons - Record 80-23-59 (W-D-L) (This may not be 100% accurate)
FIRST CONTEST: Copa Esportiva 23
FIRST GAME: Vangazaland 3-1 Xanneria
FIRST WIN: 5-3 vs Qingland
LARGEST MOV: 5-0 vs Pineapple Porcupines/ 7-2 vs Starcom Racing/5-0 vs HAIKU
CHAMPIONSHIPS:Baptism of Fire 69 (Nice!) winner / Group Winner CE24
Non Association Football Stats
NSCF TEAMS: Xannerian Polytechnic
NSSCRA: Cars #10,12,16

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Postby Starcom Racing » Wed Jul 21, 2021 9:46 pm

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Welcome to the Kingdom of Starcom

Welcome folks and fans of youth football, for the 14th edition of the Under 18 World Cup will be held by not one but two nations. Along with Xanneria, the Kingdom of Starcom will also be a co-host in this event, their first ever major hosting event. The Kingdom is a small nation comprised of the Island of Starcom and several other islands known as "The Polynesians". Starcom is an absolute Monarchy. It's leader is currently King Derrike X with Prince Ernie III in line to succeed him if anything happens. The main island of Starcom is fairly small with only 30,000 square miles to its name and a large range of mountains in it's eastern corridor. despite this Starcom's kingdom has stretched to 50,000,000 people living in its territories.


To Get around the main Starcom Island is easy, especially on the West Coast. North-South connections can be made in both car and train as there is both a significant Public Highway known as PH-1 to take you from Houff in the north to the Capital of Cope-N-Hagan in the central part of the nation to Castle Landon in the south, you will be able to find your way around the island fairly easily. A rail line from northern Houff to Castle Landon also exist and runs several trains a day.

Aviation is also important, but due to the Islands size, only three major airports exist. Maine Tail International Airport in Houff, Robert Whitcomb in Cope-N-Hagan and John and Kurtis Davis International in Castle Landon. there are connecting flights between these cities but most flights out are usually international. Other Major airports outside the Island of Starcom are Honolulu's Pearl International and Riatea's Seacoast International Airport.


The much anticipated Starcom History lesson! Wooooo!

Starcom's history starts nearly a Millennium ago. In the 1110s the Island of Starcom was inhabited by tribes that were inherently independent of each other. That changed in 1118, A tribal leader known as "Micheal the Uniter" did what he would be known for and lead a campaign to unify the islands under his name and once and for all have a united the island as eventually over the next couple decades it evolved into a monarchistic state. Starcom had started to grow steadily and it's location in Western Esportiva made it grounds for a massive fishing and farming industry. When contact was finally made with explorers, some confusing abounded. There was much confusion as Starcom was commonly confused by early explorers with another Esportivan Nation called "Racing". This lead to the name of the nation to be known as "Starcom Racing" to those outside of the Kingdom. Do not ever call the nation "Starcom Racing" though, you will be punched most likely. In modern times, the Kingdom has lead itself into more and more into the global age. 12 years ago a sucession crisis in a nearbye nation known as "Sid Meiers Polynesia" lead to a gain in territory for the Starcom Kingdom. It turned out that current King Derrike had an actual claim tot he throne and thus with the vote of the people of Sid Meiers Polynesia, the nation became absorbed into Starcom's Kingdom. Now a new chapter unfolds in Starcoms history as the now host the first ever major tournament in nation hsitory.


Monarch's Royal Stadium: Cope-N-Hagan

NAME: Monarch's Royal Stadium
TENANT: Royal Crown FC
CAPACITY: 60,000
INFO: Royal Crown FC is the pet project team of the Royal Family, RC Is usually a decent team but lately they've had trouble penetrating the top-3 positions in the Starcom Super League. THe Stadiums Itself is way older than most people probably realize as it was built int he reign of King Derrike IX in 1951. THe Stadium itself has seen many renovations over the eyars though and in its current form it is one of the nicest premier stadiums in the Kingdom of Starcom.

SCOIL Polynesia Stadium: Honolulu

NAME:SCOIL Polynesia Stadium
TENANT: Honolulu United
CAPACITY: 40,000
INFO: One of the best stadiums outside the main Starcom Island, The "Poly" as it is known affectionately is one of the oldest stadiums and largest stadiums in the Polynesia Territory. Just be warned this stadium does show its age a bit more than others.

Big Dock Stadium: Cope-N-Hagan

NAME: Big Dock Stadium
TENANT: Big Dock Energy FC
CAPACITY: 19,000
INFO: Before Samurai Cop AC became a dynasty, there was the Big Dock Energy Football Club. Big Dock is run by the Big Dock Energy Company, the main power company in Cope-N-Hagan. The Footballing success has helped them move into Big Dock Stadium in recent years.

Inland Seafood Sailors Memorial Stadium: Houff

NAME: Inland Seafood Sailors Memorial Stadium
TENANT: Inland Seafood FC
CAPACITY: 32,000
INFO: The only indoor football facility in the Kingdom, Sailors Memorial offers a nice 70 degree Farenheit experience all year round. The Stadium's tennet is Inland Seafood FC, a former dynasty of their own right, they were unfortunately busted about a decade ago for a points shaving scandal that actually cost the Starcom Racing team a spot in Campianato Esportiva 26.

Matt Hannon Stadium: Cope-n-Hagan

NAME: Matt Hannon Stadium
TENANT: Samurai Cop AC
CAPACITY: 31,000
INFO: Home of three time Starcom Champions Samurai Cop AC, this is a new stadium built in 1997 after the Police Force XI team merged with Samurai Athletic Club. Matt Hannon was a respectable, long haired midfilder who played for both teams, thus it was natural they named the stadium after him. Also on the grounds of the stadium are the twin towers of the Robert Zdara Hotel and Casino

Biscuit King Stadium: Castle Landon

NAME: Biscuit King Stadium
TENANT: Castle Landon 247
CAPACITY: 22,000
INFO: Located in suburban Castle Landon, the Biscut King Stadium has been host to CL247 games for as long as most fans can remember. The stadium's future though is in doubt as encroaching suburbia offers to overtake the stadium before long!

Honolulu City Stadium: Honolulu

NAME: Honolulu City Stadium
TENANT: Honolulu Kings
CAPACITY: 25,000
INFO: The second stadium in Honolulu, The City stadium is another venerable stadium for the Polynesia area. Home of the famous blue track this stadium may not have the prestege of its larger brother but has exactly all you want out of a 25k capacity stadium.

Raiatea Municipal Sports Complex: Riatea

NAME: Raiatea Municipal Sports Complex
TENANT: Raiatea Rowdies
CAPACITY: 35,000
INFO:Did you ever want to shop in a mall connected to a Sports Stadium? IN Raiatea you can! The home of the popular Polynesian side Raiatea Rowdies, this stadium combines all the fun of a SPorts Game with Shopping!
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Postby Indusse » Wed Jul 21, 2021 11:05 pm

RTC U-18 WORLD CUP, Xanneria and Starcom

Manager: Jumua Lashika
Fitness Coach: Gavi Fernandez
Sponsors: Far(T) Air Coolers, MashX Music company.


1- Alex Graham - GK
23 - Telet Mashimao - DF
54 - Salim Shah - DF
13 - Satwik Dhar - DF
52 - Lalu Prasad - MD
17 - George Alex - MD
10 - Goblin Grundjee - F (c)*
7 - Tamilazhagan - F
90 - Aryakrishna B - MD
11 - Praveen Shankar - DF
8 - Rahul B Kumar - F
2 - Hailey Coopers- GK

Home - Away - GK

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Hand out Red cards to my players: Yes
Godmod Other Events: No
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Postby Xanneria » Thu Jul 22, 2021 10:30 am


COACH: Barry Munson
ASSISTANT (ST): Danielle Lloyd
ASSISTANT (MF): Marianne Powell
ASSISTANT (DF): Gary Schroeder
ASSISITANT (GK): Leopold Van Bruin
S&C COACH: Nic Billingsly

STARTER (Formation - 3-5-2 Style Modifier: +3)
ST Tyson Oglethorpe
ST Jeffrey Platte
LDM Kenyatta Dulles
LOM Jessica Jones
CAM Shelton Perkins IV
ROM Hugo Alfonso
RDM Bradley Harrison
LB Toshie McGee
CB Tommy Burgeront
RB Steven Platte
GK Alex Cuthbert

ST McKenzie Doerr
ST Trevor Brighton
LDM Donna Lay
LOM Kerstin Brighton
CAM Gunnar Pope
ROM Delton Foxx
RDM Peter Wright Jr
LB Shauna Lancaster
CB Yvette Tromdelar
RB Paul Ivy
GK Kennedy Platte
Xanneria: My main nation
NATIONAL FOOTBALL TEAM: Maroons - Record 80-23-59 (W-D-L) (This may not be 100% accurate)
FIRST CONTEST: Copa Esportiva 23
FIRST GAME: Vangazaland 3-1 Xanneria
FIRST WIN: 5-3 vs Qingland
LARGEST MOV: 5-0 vs Pineapple Porcupines/ 7-2 vs Starcom Racing/5-0 vs HAIKU
CHAMPIONSHIPS:Baptism of Fire 69 (Nice!) winner / Group Winner CE24
Non Association Football Stats
NSCF TEAMS: Xannerian Polytechnic
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Postby Delaclava » Thu Jul 22, 2021 12:41 pm


Trigram: DEL | Nickname: Phoenixes or Ashlings | Style Modifier: +5

RP permissions: Yes, but be respectful and TG/DM if you're not sure or have ideas.

Manager: Baghdasar Parsamyan, 39, Cleopatrana SC - The former Pharaoh forward finished his playing career on a high with a league title, then won two more at the helm of his old team, and to top it off brought home a Masters World Cup as a player manager. He faces an entirely different challenge with a team half the age of his MWC charges, but he should be well up to the task. He takes over a team that flopped in Zeta Reka and Hugeltaldom, and any improvement he could muster would only boost his reputation.


#1 GK Finian Cloarec, 18 - 5-8, 140 - First City (UFL-B)

#14 GK Canon Burwell, 16 - 5-5, 125 - Southwest Meredith (UFL-B)
#22 GK Nicolas Mercier, 17 - 5-10, 165 - Pitxi-Pitxi 77 (TEQ)


#2 RB Kai Thomson, 16 - 6-0, 150 - Catherina FC (UFL)
#3 LB Wilfrid Gouin, 16 - 5-7, 130 - AC Espene (UFL)

#20 LB Brett Riddle, 15 - 5-9, 150 - South Harbor (UFL)
#21 RB Albert-Jan Fikke, 16 - 5-7, 140 - Tigers (UFL)


#4 CDM Margons Kraulis, 15 - 5-7, 150 - Coldwater (UFL)
#5 LDM Gregg Simmons, 18 - 5-7, 145 - Triniteras Pride (UFL-B)
#6 RDM Bulat Umarov, 17 - 5-8, 150 - Athens (UFL)
#7 LAM Oliver Grenefeld, 18 - 5-10, 160 - Manchester Wolves (UFL)
#8 RAM Timothy Mitchell, 17 - 5-10, 140 - Luton FC (UFL-B)
#10 CAM Rogier Wijnberg (V), 18 - 5-7, 145 - Unioneers (EUR)

#12 RDM Archibaldo Aguilar, 15 - 6-2, 175 - Stockton (UFL-B)
#13 RAM Rodas Soria, 18 - 5-8, 145 - Geneticists National (UFL-B)
#15 LDM Christophe Chevotet, 17 - 6-1, 160 - Wynnville Warriors (UFL)
#17 CAM Marcel Vledder, 17 - 6-2, 160 - South Harbor (UFL)
#18 LAM Vena Cybulka, 18 - 5-6, 130 - Eryseos (UFL-B)
#19 CDM Wolf Schraetz, 16 - 5-9, 145 - Parakeet FC (UFL)


#9 RW Mathias Gretler (C), 18 - 5-9, 145 - Real Gardaresso (TEQ)
#11 LW Sayer Aylmer, 16 - 5-6, 140 - Ossiana FC (UFL)

#16 RW Zakir Masxadov, 16 - 5-10, 155 - South Harbor (UFL)
#23 LW Gheni Nasyrov, 17 - 5-9, 155 - Parakeet FC (UFL)

Formation: 2-6-2 (2-3-3-2)
Free Kicks: Gretler to score, Simmons to find a header or volley, Gouin from longer range
Penalties: Gretler, Wijnberg, Grenefeld, Aylmer (first player on this list still in the game)

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RP Permissions: As long as it does not include cheating or killing, I’m fine with it. If you wish to injure my players, let me know in advance and I’ll get in touch with you. As for red and yellow cards, I’ll allow whatever you give yourself. I will generally post a starting XI for the next match at the end of my previous RP, although you may choose if I forget. COVID-19 does NOT exist in Sylestone.

Nickname: The Baby Hawthorns
Formation: 4-4-2 (4-1-2-1-2)


Coach: Jonah Twartan (Sylestone Image)
Manager: Arjun Kohli (Sylestone Image)


Name				Age		Gender		Club
GK: Ryan Macleay 16 M Pesfield Trees FC Image
GK: Patrick Marr 17 M Southern Avondale FC Image
GK: Madeline Morres 18 F Westminster Image

With no under-18 goalkeepers present in the most recent season of either the Toilet League or the Poo League, it was a very difficult choice for the selectors as no players had any experience even on the domestic football fold. However, three players aged 18 and under have earned a spot in the upcoming season of the Sylestone Football League; the perfect number for the 23-player squad.
Considering all are yet to play a professional football match, no one really knows how they will perform. However, from what the scouts have seen, Ryan Macleay currently has something in his demeanour that has ensured he will get the starting position in the lineup for the Baby Hawthorns. This has also attracted the notice of Pesfield Trees FC, while Patrick Marr and Madeline Morres had to be happy with reserve positions in two of the weaker Poo League sides - Southern Avondale and the renamed Westminster.


LB: Jesse Ross			18		M		Western Avondale Image
LCB: Alexander Nutt 17 M Pesfield Trees FC Image
RCB: Sarah Alleyne 18 F FC Freeport Image
RB: Kayla Johnstone 17 F North Chamberley Image

LB: Ryan McDonald 16 M Cleorough FC Image
LCB: Jesse Rose 18 M FC Conton Image
RCB: Lauren Archer 18 F Whitepool AFC Image
RB: Ethan David 18 M Emacuton United Image

You take one look at this list of names and pretty much all of them go in one ear and out the other. It’s something to be expected of an under-18 squad, but it just proves that the Sylestonean defence here will be their weak point. Jesse Ross has come off a relatively successful season for Western Avondale and has taken up a starting spot here in the left-back despite being omitted from the squad that will be taken to Valanora and Starblaydia for the Di Bradini Cup. In the centre defence, Alexander Nutt has taken up a starting position after attracting interest from Pesfield, while Freeport starter Sarah Alleyne will be starting in a similar position, too. Kayla Johnstone of North Chamberley may have not had a great season in the previous year, but a hollow deficiency of right-backs has led to her being selected in the starting XI here.
The backup line is a lot less recognisable. Ryan McDonald, at only 16 years of age, deserved a spot in the starting XI, but Jesse Ross did, too. Jesse Rose (not Jesse Ross), will be sitting beside Lauren Archer on the bench as the reserve centre-backs, while Ethan David, despite never playing a professional match in his life, will be the reserve right-back for this particular tournament.

As for tactics, the backs will occasionally jump up to wing-backs, especially if the team are behind and time is running out. If not, then the defensive midfielder may well drop back into the centre defence, although these are both relatively drastic measures.


CDM: Adam Seekamp		16		M		Freeman Province Image
LM: Rachel Doyle 17 F Avondale Beach SC Image
RM: Jack Lawson 15 M Avondale City FC Image
CAM: Harry Love (c) 18 M Riverside City FC Image

CDM: Alexandra Cayley 17 F Southern Avondale FC Image
LM: Joshua Wallace 16 M Mid-Capital Image
RM: Joshua Angliss 17 M Pesfield Trees FC Image
CAM: Paige Sievier 18 F Southern Beaches Image

The midfielders may not have some of the most widely-recognised youth names in the multiverse, but some of these players are pretty damn good at football and have bright futures ahead. First and foremost among these is attacking midfielder Harry Love, who first played in the Di Bradini Cup at just 15 years of age and is now captain of this team three years onwards. He will be an integral part of the team, being the most experienced player and the only player to have ever played abroad, having transferred from South Saints in Ethane to Riverside City in Baker Park just recently.
Adam Seekamp will be the defensive midfield specialist, starting in this competition alongside his place on the bench for the preceding Di Bradini Cup, playing ahead of Southern Avondale’s Alex Cayley. Rachel Doyle is of similar status, playing as a reserve in the Under-21 World Cup but starting here, playing in the left-midfield for both tournaments and keeping bright young star Joshua Wallace on the bench. 15-year-old Jack Lawson is another young Sylestonean to keep a more experienced player on the bench, attracting the interest of Avondale City in the previous season of the Toilet League and embedding himself behind Hallar Tatyova in that side. Joshua Angliss of Pesfield has had to make way for him, while Paige Sievier will play as the reserve attacking midfielder in the unlikely circumstance that Harry Love has to come off.

If Sylestone are in the lead and their opposition is a strong one, Seekamp or Cayley are likely to push back into the centre-back position, while he may push into the centre midfield if they are behind, although that would only be if the situation is dire. His typical role will be to get the ball out to the wings or up to Harry Love in the attacking midfield, while the left- and right-midfielders will be passing the balls up to the forwards to create chances.


LF: Riley Strathfield		18		M		AFC Droves Image
RF: Evan Strathfield 18 M AFC Droves Image

LF: Alexandra Arnold 15 F Pesfield Trees FC Image
RF: Hayden Blamey 18 M Emacuton United Image

The Baby Hawthorns appear to have quite a strong forward line, with pretty much all four players having a chance at the two prestigious starting roles. In the end, the Strathfield twins, with both being selected in the Di Bradini Cup, have taken out the starting positions, although Riley will have competition in the left position from 15-year-old Alexandra Arnold, who has already scored multiple goals for Pesfield Trees in the Toilet League. The reserve right-forward position was a hard task to find a candidate for, but in the end Hayden Blamey of Emacuton United was good enough to convince the selectors he was the man for the job.

The main role of the forwards is to get right up in the opposition defensive line. It will be a tough job for just two players, but with all four players having solid ball skills and passing abilities, they can trouble the opposition defence to no end.


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Postby Pemecutan » Thu Jul 22, 2021 7:38 pm



Management Team
Manager: Sapta Wiraguna
Head Coach: Bayu Darmaja
Assistant Coach: Ignasius Kopela
Goalkeeper Coach: Made Dwipayana
Medic Head: Fachrul Rahmansyah
Style Modifier: +3.71
Formation: 4-4-2

Team LineUp
Starting Line Up in Blue

1 - GK - Adi Achmad Dirja (16) - Satria Muda Celagigendong
12 - GK - Komang Yudha Artawan (18) - Yowana Campuhan
23 - GK - Irham Syafi (17) - Teruna Titih

2 - LB - Putra Chandra Agung (16) - Yowana Campuhan
3 - CB - Putu Satria Wibawa (15) - Teruna Titih
4 - CB - Arya Putra Pratama (14) - Jematang Alit
5 - RB - Jaya Hadi Gunawan (14) - Pemuda Balun

13 - LB - Wayan Rai Mantra (15) - Teruna Titih
14 - CB - Wisnu Wardana (15) - Gading Muda Pohgading
19 - CB - Yusuf Sofyan (17) - Tunas Petilan
16 - RB - Komang Trisna Kurniawan (16) - Putra Satria

7 - LM - Agus Partha (15) - Yowana Campuhan
6 - CM - Satya Permadi (17) - Sedana Merta Ubung
9 - CM - Rahmat Indrajaya (16) - Putra Satria
8 - RM - Ketut Adi Jaya (17) - Teruna Titih

15 - LM - Gede Purnama (17) - Pemuda Balun
18 - CM - Satria Laksmana (14) - Angkeb Canging Mengwi
20 - CM - Jandibala Janabansa (15) - Nilayam United Youth Club
22 - RM - Bayu Anggara (16) - Tunas Petilan

10 - ST - Rai Anom (15) - Sedana Merta Ubung
11 - AT - Jaya Hadi Lesmana (16) - Satria Muda Celagigendong

21 - ST - Pande Suryapraja (15) - Teruna Titih
17 - AT - Putra Aryaweda (14) - Gading Muda Pohgading


The Jersey
Home Jersey
Away Jersey
Goalkeeper Jersey

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Postby Maramaa » Thu Jul 22, 2021 10:50 pm



Style Mod: -2

Mr. Bertie Mills, president of the Maramaa´s Association Football Federation (MAFF) is proud to introduce you the squad that will be representing Maramaa in its very first U18 WORLD CUP. The team is a selection of Maramaa´s most talented young players .

The MAFF unanimously agreed to name the 43 y/o Salvatore “Totò” Paternino,  as the skipper of this 
young squad.
In his years as a player, Paternino was an above average central back who played most of
his career for Maragrad FC, the powerful team of Maramaa´s capital city.
As the years passed by, Paternino undertook the coaching side of the game in several teams
before being appointed to the current post.

Paternino is well aware that at this stage the players´lack of experience
is a burden so he stamped a rather old-fashioned 4-4-2 style favoring a cautious stand on the pitch.

#  Pos              Name                     Age      Team                  
1 GK Dik Eman 17 Maragrad FC-U21
2 LB Kasper Zonneberg 17 City of Shynik FC
3 LCB Malana Natua 18 Martown CF-U21
4 RCB Enzo Sforza 18 Cancittà AC
5 RB Orle Kovacevic 17 Pérez-Vargas FC
6 LM Roman Gordon 17 Shynik FC-U21
7 LCM Barnaby Watts 18 Lunaby Happy Seals
8 RCM Jude Kennedy 18 Palkaupunki Sport-U21
9 RM Uxío Valladares 18 Palkaupunki Sport
10 LF Baltasar Encinas 17 Capital FC
11 RF Philippus de Jong 18 Ciudad Pérez SC

12 GK Jensen Price 17 Portofine FC
13 LB Xenaro Cantón 17 Maragrad FC-U21
14 LCB Pascal Gaume 18 Maragradians Calcio
15 RCB Bruno Salomon 17 Shynik FC-U21
16 RB Nikita Papanov 18 Lunaby Happy Seals
17 LM David Kulibin 16 Lunaby CF-U21
18 LCM Sayan Inal 17 Lunaby CF-U21
19 RCM Panig Reizian 18 Portofine FC-U21
20 RM Arantsar Simonian 17 Capital FC
21 LF Christof Hoelder 17 Maragrad FC-U21
22 RF Flori Kehler 18 Pérez-Vargas FC
23 GK Rhodri Sanders 17 Cancittà AC-U21


Dik Eman is the starting GOALKEEPER. He is an extraordinary skilled goalie, with great reflexes and very safe with high balls. He will be backed by Jensen Price, a player who has some experience playing in Division of Honor.


It is absolutely essential to keep an eye on the right center back, Enzo Sforza. This man is only 18 y/o but acts in the pitch as a natural leader. He has outstanding skills controlling and commanding the rear line actions. Good passing skills and excellent game view and shooting ability.
The left back Kasper Zonneberg also has his fair share of talent


The very young midfielder David Kulibin stands out in the midfield. Maramaa´s main soccer pundits predict a sparkling football career for this extremely talented player


Both advanced players, Baltasar Encinas and Philippus de Jong are pure dynamite!




Left Corner Taker				Roman Gordon 		
Right Corner Taker Uxío Valladares
Penalties Philippus de Jong
Direct FK Taker Jude Kennedy
Indirect FK Taker Barnaby Watts
Most likely to shoot Uxío Valladares
Most likely to score from close-range Baltasar Encinas
Most likely to score from long-range Enzo Sforza

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Godmod other events: YES

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Postby Adab » Fri Jul 23, 2021 9:06 am

Note: In the Adabian timeline, the U18 World Cup takes place around June-July 2034. Age is as of June 1, 2034.

The Adabian Under-18 National Football Team

I have fun like a child in the street. When the day comes when I'm not enjoying it, I will leave football.
-Lionel Messi

With the Adab Football Association finally committing to regeneration of the senior team, the nation is finally able to field teams in the U18 and U21 World Cups for the first time in history. Senior team co-assistant manager Rashid Abbas had been chosen to lead the under-21 team, and AFA President Naram-Sin Araqasdah and senior team manager Saad Kaykali even initially discussed also appointing Abbas as manager of the under-18 team. In the end, however, they decided against it. The AFA had also registered for the over-35 World Cup of Masters in Sarzonia, with Abbas as part of the playing team, and they feared that the strain of serving as assistant manager for the senior team, manager of the under-21 team, player in the over-35 team, and manager of the under-18 team would be too much for Abbas. With the rest of the backroom staff also heavily preoccupied with said events, Kaykali turned to an old teammate from his playing days at Baghdad City. Faisal al-Ali, who had become a coach following his retirement from playing, agreed to take up the post, and now found himself leading the Adab under-18 team to their first-ever tournament.


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

Manager: Faisal AL-ALI - Male – born April 14, 1975 (age 59)
A friend and former teammate of senior team manager Saad Kaykali at Baghdad City, al-Ali was recommended for the under-18 managerial post by Kaykali, who believed that al-Ali had what it took to give the under-18 team their best possible introduction to international football.

GK: 1 – Akurgal SHULGI – Male – born May 15, 2017 (age 17) – Damascus Steelers U18 – 0 goals
LB: 2 – Joseph SASSOON – Male – born February 19, 2018 (age 16) – Adab United U18 – 0 goals
CB: 3 – Meskalamdug ABAN – Male – born December 20, 2016 (age 17) – Adab United U18 – 0 goals
CB: 4 – Rania AL-BASRI – Female – born July 5, 2017 (age 16) – Baghdad City U18 – 0 goals
RB: 5 – Ashurina TIBIRA – Female – born January 10, 2017 (age 17) – Mosul U18 – 0 goals
LM: 6 – Hafez JAFAR – Male – born November 18, 2016 (age 17) – Adab City U18 – 0 goals
CM: 7 – Naram-Sin SAMANU – Male – born March 29, 2018 (age 16) – Baghdad United U18 – 0 goals
RM: 8 – Mesannepada SIMBARSIPAK – Male – born November 4, 2017 (age 16) – Damascus Steelers U18 – 0 goals
LAM/LW: 9 – Dasia KHOURY – Female – born September 15, 2017 (age 16) – Baghdad City U18 – 0 goals
RAM/RW: 10 – Omar ABBAS – Male – born January 15, 2018 (age 16) – Mosul U18 – 0 goals
CF: 11 – Nadje BARZANI – Female – born March 14, 2017 (age 17) – Beirut U18 – 0 goals


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

The team will use 4-3-2-1, the "Christmas tree" formation, with an emphasis on attacking play and taking advantage of their opponents' mistakes to launch a quick counterattack, marked by rapid passing from the back four - and, if deemed safe enough, long balls - through the midfield and to the front.

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

Style mod: +4.

If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me via TG or Discord!
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Postby Chromatika » Fri Jul 23, 2021 9:05 pm

Chromatik U-18 Team

Manager: Han Myung, 32
Style Mod: +2
Formation: 4-3-1-2

GK Raoul Carpathia, 17 - Tikariot City FC Academy (TKT)
GK Hailee Sourtois, 15 - Chromatik U-18s

RB Ami Coulibaly, 16 - Chromatik U-18s Banijan ancestry
RB Odwin Muir, 16 - Central Heights High School
CB Annias Syndom, 18 - Anomalies U-18s
CB Ramata Colley, 16 - Mt. Baker High School
Banijan ancestry
CB Eileen Jackson-Jones, 16 - Wirr Tsi U-18s
CB Liam Parks, 16 - Crossroads U-18s
LB Jan-Jaap Menneken, 16 - Myana Northwestern High School Audioslavian ancestry
LB Carson Aletta, 18 - Pier High School

RM Briareo Asaguirreiturri, 16 - Chromatik U-18s Audioslavian ancestry
RM Gerry Hawthorne, 18 - Lhor U-18s
DM Francine Wellington, 16 - Alnio U-18s
DM Haradin Moss, 17 - Myana U-18s
LM Edith Fillar, 16 - Shamrock Cathair (AUD) - CAPTAIN
LM Moreno Keel, 17 - Myana Northwestern High School

Attacking Midfielder
AM Marion Goo, 16 - Myana Northwestern High School Quebecois ancestry
AM Omelyan Kostyuk, 17 - Franscesca Larriet-Cortes High School

ST Sandra Park, 16 - Chromatik U-18s
ST Edwin Bahar, 18 - Mt. Niar High School

ST Gail Suvri, 18 - Crix Arts Institute
ST Bradley Ottawa, 16 - Franscesca Larriet-Cortes High School

Starting XI:

If my opponent role-plays first they may:
Choose my goalscorers: Y
Godmod scoring events: N
RP injuries to my players: Y/Minor
Godmod injuries to my players: N
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Y - Max: 4
Hand out red cards to my players: Y - Max: 2
Godmod other events: N
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Postby Cassadaigua » Sat Jul 24, 2021 10:38 am

Team Cassadaigua- RTC World Cup 14 (U18)

The Brattleboro division of RTC would like to remind everyone that RTC has established a fine transportation network within the Brattleboro area and any ticket holder from this competition can use their ticket stubs for a 50% off monthly pass voucher until the end of the year. The team will wear an additional RTC- Brattleboro Division patch on their kits.

Coach- Hannah Shanley (41)
Starting defender from World Cups 80-83, and then served as a regular substitute in World Cup 84. Assistant coach during World Cup 85. Has been the head coach of the RTC World Cup side since the 11th edition.

Starters In Green
Subs In Blue
Reserves In Red

#20- Amber Turner (17) (Carthage United)
#30- Julia Burnett (16) (Amateur)
#31- Sarah Brevetti (15) (Amateur)

#2- Catelyn Alfonso (17) (Concord Heights Suburban)
#3- Daniel Westfield (18) (Cumberland Cappers SC)
#4- Hailey Meyer (17) (Coventry Harvesters)
#6- Mallory McCombs (17) (Coventry Harvesters)

#26- Adriana Fernandez (16) (Amateur)
#28- Jessica Powell (16) (Amateur)

#29- Diana Freeman (15) (Amateur)
#35- Emily Kimmel (15) (Amateur)

#8- Ashley Gulliver (17) (Winchester Traditional SC)
#9- Paige Ryan (16) (Amateur)
#12- Brittany Kleinborn (16) (Amateur)
#16- Erica Bertrand (16) (Amateur)

#21- Meghan Chesley (15) (Amateur)
#23- Sydney Markoski (16) (Amateur)

#27- Bethany Gallagher (15) (Amateur)
#37- Peter Willis (18) (Columbia)

#19- Carly Patterson (17) (Grande Mountain) ** CAPTAIN **
#24- Rachel Boldin (17) (Chester Gunslingers)

#25- Nicole Carpenter (17) (Rutland FC)
#32- Savannah Cernicek (15) (Amateur)

#34- Lauren Parker (16) (Amateur)
#36- Chelsea Shapiro (15) (Amateur)

Team Info:
Style Mod: +1.6
Formation: 4-4-2
People from Cassadaigua are referred to as Cassadagans.
Team nickname: Fillies. Also, we are commonly referred to as the Dagans

RP Permissions:
Choose my goalscorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes but only say they hurt
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes, no more than one
Godmod other events: TG idea first. If it fits the theme of my team, I probably will allow it.

(Pink= home, White= away, Black= keeper or third. Thanks Donnacona!)
If there is a conflict with the white kit, the team will wear pink.

Retired Kit Numbers:
#1 is retired in honor of Allison Salamida
#5 is retired in honor of Michelle Fuller
#7 is retired in honor of Shannon Myers
#10 is retired in honor of Brittany Lawton
#11 is retired in honor of Courtney Ferguson
#13 is retired in honor of Meaghan Bateman
#14 is retired in honor of Stacie Kerrigan-Fraser
#15 is retired in honor of Erica Lambert
#17 is retired in honor of Jessica Schanke
#18 is retired in honor of Taylor Connolly
#22 is retired in honor of Lupe Enriquez
#33 is retired in honor of Hannah Ranucci

Numbers are retired at all levels of Cassadagan international soccer
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Postby Zeta Reka and Hugeltaldom » Sat Jul 24, 2021 8:25 pm

National Football Team of Zeta Reka and Hügeltaldom
Fudbalska reprezentacija Zeta Reka i Hugeltaldom do 18 godine/Rekadom-hügeltaldom Fussballnationalmannschaft (U-18-Junioren)
RTC U18 World Cup 14
Team Information
Roster and Tactis
Pos    ##  Name                           Age  Height   Club [1]
GK 01 Max Dunst 17 2.00m DD Porto Nowi Jrs
GK 12 Marko Pisot 18 1.75m Aleiusia Capital Jrs
GK 23 Berto Klinker 16 1.81m Youth Club Stassegrade
LW/CB 04 Benjamin Lazarić 18 1.65m VZRH Matov-Uri Jrs
CB 02 Iwo Djordjewić 18 1.80m Sarkewaka Strikers
CB 03 Wiktor Iwanowić 18 1.72m AK Stanimir
RWB 05 Heinrich Jugelt 18 1.74m Klub U-21

CB 13 Bart Milanić 18 1.70m AFK Imperialismus [2]
CB 14 Max Achterberg 18 1.84m FKP Ottowić County Jrs
LWB 15 Iwan Wuk Lukawić 17 1.67m Aleiusia Capital U-18
RWB 16 Marko Zuzz 18 1.70m Beginn-Davn
DM 06 Yakow Ghazal 18 1.67m DD Porto Nowi U-18
CM 07 Luka Dominikowić 18 1.62m FKP Ottowić County Jrs
C/AM/F 10 Tim Ulrich 18 1.67m Aleiusia Capital

DM 17 Želmiro Djordjewić 16 1.76m AK Stanimir
CM 18 Vesna Gudilub 17 1.65m FKP Ottowić County U-18
CM 21 Luka Titić 18 1.65m FKP Matov-Uri
ILW 08 Tomi Djokowić 17 1.61m Porto Nowi OR
CF 09 Jowan Alekić 18 1.84m Sanford Der Berg PREMIER FK Jrs
RW 11 Branimir Nikolavić 18 1.74m Platinastigrade

LF 20 Wladmir Filipowić 17 1.80m Aleiusia Capital Jrs
CF 22 Qadir Abdulrashid 16 1.63m Hüelhunde FK [3]
IRW 19 Hans Shrout 17 1.70m Bergsteiger FK
[1]Some information predates the finalization of the transfer window
[2]Loaned from Ogroven Vanguardi Jrs
[3]Loaned from AK Stanimir Jrs
Formation: 4-1-4-1/4-3-3, 4-5-1
Mentality: Possessive, solid, spontaneous & youthful
On Ball
Pass short
  • Play along the wings
  • Ghazal anchors, Dominikowić wins the ball, and Ulrich makes plays
  • Cross high to Alekić
  • Counter Hard
  • Distribute to the backs
  • Keep calm when possession is lost

Off Ball
  • Press
  • Engage at an average height
  • Keep the center forward high

Set Piece Depth Charts
  • Penalty Kicks: Tomi Djokowić, Tim Ulrich, Luka Dominikowić, Hans Shrout, Jowan Alekić
  • Free Kicks: Tim Ulrich, Tomi Djokowić, Luka Dominikowić
  • Corners: Tomi Djokowić (L), Heinrich Jugelt (R), Benjamin Lazarić (L), Hans Shrout (R)

Style: -2
Choose Scorers: Yes
Godmod scoring: Yes
RP injuries to players: Yes (I'll handle severity details, but feel free to take people out of a game)
Godmod injuries to my players: Yes (ditto)
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes
Godmod other events: Yes
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Postby Muralos » Sun Jul 25, 2021 12:04 pm

(OOC: Apologies for the shoddy RP. I will post a complete roster in a later RP.)

About Muralos
Muralos is a cosmopolitan collection of islands located in the corner of the Far East: RL’s Sakhalin and Kuril Islands. It is home to a population of Russian, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and indigenous (Ainu, Nivkh, and Orok) origins. The official language of Muralos is Esperanto- a language designed to be universal and easy to learn- but the population is exceptionally multilingual, with each citizen knowing an average of 4 languages.

The Muralosian U-18 National Soccer Team
(also known as the Young Hawks, after Muralos’ national animal, the Muralosian Hawk)

The Muralosian national under-18 soccer team represents Muralos in association football competition against other U-18 teams. While the Muralosian U-18 team has played against other teams in Asian Archipelago, the 14th U-18 World Cup marks its first appearance in an international soccer tournament. The team plays in a 4-4-2 formation and is coached by Pavel Li, who is also an assistant coach for the senior Muralosian national team.

Unusually, the Muralosian national under-18 soccer team elects to use one kit with the national colors of Muralos. It is identical to the kit of the senior Muralosian national team.

As of now, the roster for the Muralosian national U-18 soccer team is incomplete, with only a list of players to watch:

  • #1 - Tutin - Goalkeeper - 17 - Okha Young Men’s Academy (soon to attend the Havenurbo Institute of Technology)
    Tutin is somewhat of a prodigy, having been the starting goalkeeper for Okha Young Men's Academy since his first year there. In four years, he has recorded 623 saves, with a GAA of 0.038. The name Tutin is related to the Nivkh word "tu," which means "lake." Tutin is of Nivkh ancestry; although his family took the surname Kolesnikov during the imperial Russian period of Muralos – around 1870 – he has dropped the surname to keep with Nivkh custom.
  • #6 - Daniela Safonova - Right midfield - 16 - Nord-Urbo High School
    Safonova often invites comparisons to Galina Shchedrina, fellow midfielder on the senior Muralosian national team. Both are extremely composed on the pitch, but while Shchedrina often goes for goal, Safonova displays her range in the form of crosses. Safonova is often in attendance at senior national team games, including some of their games abroad. After these games, she is often interviewed on Muralosian television for brief commentary. As a result, RTM-1 - Muralos’s national sports television network - named her an honorary correspondent in 2020.
  • #8 - Andrea Lin - Right back - 15 - Havenurbo School of Visual and Performing Arts
    Often seen twirling a drumstick, Lin is a skilled percussionist as well as a starting defender for the HSVPA girl's soccer team. The team conceded just 5 goals in their most recent season and advanced to the final of the FIS, due in large part to Lin's performance. (Note that while Lin plays for the girl's soccer team, they do not use she/her pronouns.)
  • #10 - Daniil Lee - Striker - 15 - Urbego High School
    Lee is a player for the senior Muralosian national team as well. He scored his first goal for the senior national team in a 3-0 win against Grey County at the 12th Independent Associations' Championship, and scored one more goal against Qasden during the 88th World Cup qualifiers, in a 2-3 loss. Lee's scrappy moves belie his efficiency. He is most fired up in situations that require fighting for the ball – e.g. corner kicks and crosses – and is excellent at converting these chances into goals. In the U-18 World Cup, more of his skill will be on display.

Style modifier and RP permissions:
Style modifier: +3

Choose my goalscorers: No
Injure my players: No
Give yellow cards to my players: Yes
Give red cards to my players: No
Godmod anything: No
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Founder of the Asian Archipelago (as New Zhengguo; previously as Li Qing)
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Postby Tumbra » Sun Jul 25, 2021 1:21 pm

The Black Eagles


The Junior Eagles, after a lengthy period of consternation of whether to join the tournament or not, are back — mostly to defend their crown. Toby Barton, who was kept on as manager even after Marco Hemmings left, has continued to integrate football; with 12 of the players on the 23-player squad being women/girls.

Having been allowed slightly more leeway over his tactical choices, Barton has opted to keep with the 4-3-3 that he employed to great success at the previous tournament; with either a single or double pivot. The Junior Eagles' philosophy, however, focuses more on how the team plays, rather than the actual result.

Though, to be honest being able to defend their crown would be nice.

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Coaching Staff
Pos Staff Member Gender Age Prev.Club
Manager Toby Barton Male 41 Hesham FC
Asst. Manager Zachary Syles Male 36 Kirkby Railwaymen
Coach (Atk) Lucille Creighton Female 45 Lakewood City (F)
Coach (Def) Stephanie Staunton Female 41 Lakewood City (F)
Coach (GK) Phil Gretton Male 61 Collett Park United
Head Physio Gordon Wilson Male 68 --
Physio Victoria Ponsoby Female 55 --
Scout Jon Zelmerlow Male 49 Caldecott 93

No Pos Player Sex Age Caps Goals
1 GK Henry Woodhouse M 17 0 0
12 GK Laura Fisher F 17 0 0
13 GK Farzana Patel F 17 0 0

No Pos Player Sex Age Caps Goals
2 LB Stephanie Pearson F 18 0 0
18 LB Craig Anderton M 17 0 0
4 CB Frances Sinclair F 18 0 0
5 CB Laurence Pearson [vc] M 18 0 0

14 CB Jane Palmer F 17 0 0
20 CB Linda Marshall F 18 0 0
3 RB James Larkin M 17 0 0
19 RB Ashley Crittenden F 18 0 0

No Pos Player Sex Age Caps Goals
6 CDM Stephen Goodman M 18 0 0
8 CM Desmond Sartain M 17 0 0
10 CAM Natalie Coleman F 18 0 0

15 CM Cathal Maguire M 17 0 0
16 CM Susie Knight F 17 0 0
23 CDM Brendan Rowling M 17 0 0

No Pos Player Sex Age Caps Goals
7 LW Rebecca Haines F 17 0 0
17 LW Peter Hurst M 17 0 0
9 RW Emmanuel Appleby M 18 0 0
21 RW Felicity Woodhouse F 17 0 0

No Pos Player Sex Age Caps Goals
11 ST Charlotte Henshaw [c] F 18 0 0
22 ST Gerard Deighton M 17 0 0

Bolded players denote starters, but pre-match XIs will be posted before every cutoff. If none are posted, feel free to pick and choose from this side, though do keep in mind a player with the number 14 is more likely to be picked than a player with the number 20.

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Postby Delaclava » Sun Jul 25, 2021 1:29 pm

U18 World Cup team will give it their best try. Let's see how it goes

Insanity is doing the same thing again and expecting a different result.

So what's the word for doing the same thing again, but worse, and expecting a better result?

That's the question I'm asking myself as I watch the Delaclava Football Association send a team to the 14th Under-18 World Cup. Just two years ago, we sent "generational talents" to Zeta Reka and Hügeltaldom. Drystan Tudor, Simon Demirjian, Sanson Eisen, Emil Mišalko, Durgali Baxayev, Alibek Khautov. They were coached by Pieter Bergsma, a master of harnessing raw young talent, getting a majority under-23 squad in AC Espene to a dominant offense and a league title.

And you know what, all of those names are doing just fine now! Those young talents have gone abroad, continued to grow their games, and surely they will be club fixtures and international stalwarts for years to come. But this was their first international test, against more storied footballing nations who send their kids away to the best available academy, distance from home be damned, "because we love you". Koi from the pond thrown into the ocean are only shark food. The Ashlings finished last and were bundled out of the tournament with a 4-0 loss to Hispinas.

"But this time, it'll be different!" Sure, let's go to the list:

- No one with a UFL contract played last year due to a lockout. Young prospects are more stale than ever.

- This roster has just three players abroad right now. Mathias Gretler and Nicolas Mercier both signed contracts in Tequilo during their failing run in Zeta Reka and Hugeltaldom. But with no reports out of Tequilo at all, the progression of two exciting future stars is a complete mystery. The third, Rogier Wijnberg, is a promising prospect taken under the wing of Euran club Unioneers. But because he only just signed that contract, he still hasn't ever played a meaningful game in his life.

- We've opted for Baghdasar Parsamyan as the manager. He did great with all the oldies his age at the Masters World Cup. He has the respect of his former teammates in Cleopatra and has made that work for him. There's no indication he has the skill set to put together a group temperamental, wildly unpredictable brats and construct a cohesive soccer team.

- And because for some reason, this country only churns out midfielders, Parsamyan has opted for, and no this is not a typo, a 2-6-2 formation. I just...

The only good thing that could be said is that the plane successfully landed in Starcom, a kingdom that most pilots either miss entirely or crash the plane trying to land. So if there's anything going for team, perhaps it's some strokes of luck on the horizon.

But a woefully undertested young team will need plenty more luck to make this trip worthwhile. Otherwise, it will continue the DFA's vacillation between utter disregard for its players and its insistence to place them in situations set up for failure.
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Postby Commonwealth of Baker Park » Sun Jul 25, 2021 5:59 pm

Commonwealth of Baker Park Under 18 National Team

The Commonwealth of Baker Park returns for the 10th time to the Under 18 World Championships, scene of the first title in the FAC's history with victory in the 5th edition in Abanhfleft.
Despite returning 14 players from the last squad, which failed to win a match in Zeta Reka & Hugeltaldom, the addition of 10 new members means this will still be a young group in Danielle Harper's second tournament as manager.


Manager—Danielle Harper
Assistant Manager—Kristen Sawyer
Coaches—Melissa Kinney, Peter Harris, Elaine King
Physio—Chris White

1 Katelyn Moss 18 East Endborough AFC
21 Aaron Cohen 18 Southend AC
23 Meg Gottfried 16 St George's Prep HS, Hannover, BP
5 Renee McKenzie 17 Ellesmere Woods FC
18 Davis Murphy 16 Westwood Sprites FC
19 Jenna Sizemore 16 Lima City United FC
3 Marty Cooke 18 Monmouth Park FC
2 Roberta Andrews 17 Mansfield City Central HS, Mansfield, BP
17 Jack Rothman 16 West Orange HS, Ezriquay, EZ
4 Jabril Holmes 16 Clayton City FC
20 Eve Wennestrum 16 Great Northern RR FC
7 Jimmy Fourier 18 Asbury Park FC
8 Anthony Romero 17 North Royalton Town FC
11 Travis Howard 18 Jamestown City FC
14 Paul Rose 16 West HS, Lindenwood, EZ
13 Stefanie Martini 17 Broadview AFC
6 Carlton Morgan 17 Victoria & Albert SC
16 Camille Prince 17 Westwood Sprites FC
9 Greg Connover 18 Hillsborough FC
15 Maria Wu 16 University Park HS, Ezriquay, EZ
22 Cedric Brown 16 Forest Park SC
12 Claudia Grayson 18 Shirley Metros FC
10 Sandra Ikedieze 17 Llewellyn Turnpike FC
24 Patti Rubinstein 16 Westwood Sprites FC

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Postby Starcom Racing » Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:00 pm


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COACH: Henry Cougar III
ASSISTANT (ST): Dax Parsons
ASSISTANT (MF): Jeremy Owens
ASSISTANT (DF): Lamelle Trenton
ASSISITANT (GK): Gina Figeroa
S&C COACH: Sammy McGwire

STARTER (Formation - 4-3-3 Style Modifier: +5)
LW Trevor Pearson
ST Andy Birch
RW Fuma Tima'samo
MF Ivan Norcross
MF Bradley Benson
MF Tomhas Fuller
RB Jessica Orville
RCB Bernie Boerigter
LCB Kyle Andrews
LB Marcie Hand
GK Sydney Sinclaire

LW Alissa Barnes
ST Phillip Purvis
RW Bex Benedict
MF Jeff Morris
MF Tony Anderson-Caller
MF Mark Morris
RB Mark Davenport
RCB Jose Faustino
LCB Jessie Murray
LB Phillip Smith Jr
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Postby Trolleborg » Mon Jul 26, 2021 3:01 am


As usual in Trolleborg, the head coach was chosen by a vote of fans and coaches. The winner was Jesper Hallgren, 41-year old coach, who spend whole nine-year coaching career in Youth League, known for his creative approach to the organization of the game and the successes in development of youth talents. Judging by the results of the vote, the football federation would prefer someone more titled and experienced, but the voice of the people in our country is crucial.

Johannes Hesterup (16). If he did as he do, we will have a very complete goalkeeper with good reflexes, excellent positional sense and dominant in the air.
Theofilus Jansing (17). If we take his successes in Youth League at face value, then we must state that he is responsible and disciplined goalkeeeper when he comes off his line and occassionally capable of making spectacular saves.

Morten Grengesberg (16). Right defender in the Trolleborg understanding of the game, best described as right wingback in international football. Effective at breaking down opposition attacks and his frequent runs down the flank at times became a real headache for opposition defenders.
Oyvind Hagfors (17). Another right defender, but with a strong inclination to remain at the back. His strenght makes him very difficult footballer to get past, but he sometimes struggles against quick and skillful forwards.
Jorre Stromstad (17). Usually played in the center of defence, altough in youth football he was also work as a defensive midfielder. As his coach put his work: “He goes in hard but fairly”.
Stordal Follafoss (17). Powerful central defender, tremendously strong in the air.
Marten Brekstad (17). Despite his young age, he was counted as a player with a great potential. It is rare to see him make a mistake at the back, but coaches think that his contribution to the attack could be a little greater.
Ronan Korgren (17). Left defender-wingback-midfielder, he constantly oves up and down the flank throughout the game, making the most of his excellent reserves of stamina.
Rindal Nurefoll (17). He is good in defence, be it left flank or center, pretty good marker and very good in the air despite not being particularly tall.

Hansnes Halst (17). Right midfielder\winger, always playing tight to the touchline, known, despite his age, as a man who always moves ball with good judgement.
Morten Haakke (16). Small, fast, and surprisingly strong player, who prefers left side of the field. He prove himself capable of giving some very good crosses with both feet.
Hendrick Skovsdal (16). Central midfielder, who shows great touch moving the ball around and demonstrates a good variety in his range of passing.
Roon Lemvig (17). Versatile midfielder capable of playing in the middle or down either flank.
Mikkel Limburn (16). Very tenacious and hard working player with makings of the great defensive midfielder, he helps out a lot in the defence when pressurising the opposition and can begin attacks with a precise long balls.
Lejvelin Torring (17). Most at home on the left of the midfield and attack lines, he is fast player with dribbling skills rather good for the player of his age and known for the quality of his crosses.
Quinten Rijbek (17). Played close to the right-hand touch line, aggressive footballer blessed with an excellent physical condition.
Morten Kjellerup (16). Very capable midfielder that shows attacking disposition. In the youth league he prove himself as a rather effective marksman from the long range.
Brutil Hojland (16). At his team he is responsible for the organization of attacking moves. He has a considerable success in this, while showed excellent vision and the coolness under pressure.

Andenes Hovden (17). He is known for taking advantage of his stature and strong jump to overcome rival defenders, but clearly he need to polish some aspects of his game to be who he can become.
Morten Forsnes (16). Prove himself in the Youth League as extremely dangerous forward for his hard, accurate shooting. But it will be seen, if he is good enough for international football.
Roan Holstad (17). Right now not very imposing forward, he put this to his advantage, making himself master of getting into the box with the minimum of fuss and his speed allows him to arrive before his opponents in order to get in a shot.
Karsten Herring (17). Altought very young, he is already have a reputation in out football. He was known for his penchant to fight for every single ball and never shies away from physical contact, making him a tough opponent for opposing defenders

Style of the game –5
No, there was no confusion, team played attacking football on the field, while having negative style modifier for a scorinating purposes.

As their seniors in the national team, Trolleborg youngsters trying to play attractive attacking game on a fast pace, expecting from flank defenders move forward whatever will be reasonable. Also team try to put in place mighty pressing, which national team applied usually.

Brought up by the example of older colleagues, young players in Trolleborg was heavily indoctrinated to put everything even if odds are heavily against, but unsportsmanlike behavior even in the interest of the case is highly discouraged.

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Postby Trolleborg » Mon Jul 26, 2021 3:46 am

Greetings, compatriots!
It’s TTV from Xanneria, where our newly-created U18 team prepared to begin first game of the international tournament. As you all know, it’s our youth national team who begin to write history of Trolleborg in the international sport, and write first page rather good, to say the least, beat Lochario fellows 5 to 1 and won next game with Equestrian States. But this is last pleasant news from our youngsters. After that they lost last group stage game, lost playoffs, then twice take part in the youth championships and never making fans happy, being out on the group stage every time despite playing very well. Our FA decide then to disband team and ceased to participate in such a competitions – with a full agreement with the fans on that.

But despite the fact that the first experience was rather unhappy, the players of that team are already make a way into the lineup of the national team. And under changing circumstances fans voted for sending a new under-18 team take part in the next edition of the U18 World Cup.

Doubts of the wiseness of such a move remains. All in all, our young players together play less than 200 games in the first division, is they prepared for a fight that this travel to Xanneria promises to be? Are they up to the task to erase former loses and bring new era for our youth sport? And all players of this generation has already grown up and formed under the influence of international football events, on the example of our footballers who bravely won the BoF and won obvious sympathy in the world of football with their fast and attractive football? Doesn't this impose an unnecessary burden of responsibility? Hallgren is known as a highly skilled psychologist - well, by the standards of Trolleborg, where sports psychology began to develop not too long ago. But will he cope with the pressure on the nerves of young talents? We all will see this very soon.

In the first game our youngsters will play against Cassadaigua. Hallgren decide to play 4-4-2, with Hesterup as goalkeeper, defence with Grengersberg as right defender, Korgren on the left, Stromstad and Follafoss in the centre, with Limburn while begin game in the midfield move to the defence and back as things on the field dictated. Rijbek and Haakke delegated on the flanks, being (to the surprise of everyone) preferred over more experienced and physically tough players. Kjellerup looked like appointed to be responsible for attacking moves. Holstad and Forsnes will play as forwards, probably with a eye on the helping midfielders. All in all, looked like Hallgren have a high-quality defence as the first priority and counted on the fast and agile players in the attack.

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HUElavia National U-18 Football Team

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#1: Ignacio Casillas (15 Years Old) (1.83 m) (Real Curumba CF)
#12: Naora Aguni (15 Years Old) (1.77 m) (SC Toin)
#23: Lourdes Folliero (16 Years Old) (1.80 m) (AS Sportiva)

#2: Mayta Chuquimango Chalco (17 Years Old) (1.64 m) (CB) (FC Natel)
#3: Juan Domingo Lavezzi (17 Years Old) (1.78 m) (CB) (AS Sportiva)
#4: Benito Larrangoz (18 Years Old) (1.81 m) (LB-RB) (Athletic Club Itio)
#5: Ainhoa Mitarte (18 Years Old) (1.70 m) (RB-LB) (FC Santiago)
#12: Xiu Zhang (15 Years Old) (1.58 m) (LB-RB) (Yeugsaiwai FC)
#15: Gabriel Dias Soares (17 Years Old) (1.84 m) (CB) (HUEsilia FC)
#18: Adannaya Chyke (16 Years Old) (1.68 m) (CB) (SC Gikoji)
#22: Justin Choffard (16 Years Old) (1.72 m) (RB-LB) (AS Signelles)

#6: Jaleela el-Nouri (18 Years Old) (1.73 m) (CM-AM) (Hamar SC)
#8: Alejandra Espina (15 Years Old) (1.58 m) (DM-CM-AM) (San Franco CF)
#10: Amaro Mazon (17 Years Old) (1.77 m) (CM-AM) (RCD Xinzo)
#14: Chang Du (16 Years Old) (1.78 m) (DM-CM) (Yeugsaiwai FC)
#16: Ronald Leupold (16 Years Old) (1.75 m) (DM-CM-AM) (FC Bish)
#19: Lena Olegovna (15 Years Old) (1.58 m) (CM-AM) (Locomotiv Chetka)

#7: Rafaela Lópes Lemos (15 Years Old) (1.61 m) (LW-RW) (FC Natel)
#9: Raul Nascimento Jardim (16 Years Old) (1.82 m) (ST-CF) (FC Santos)
#11: Nassaar al-Bahri (18 Years Old) (1.83 m) (RW-LW) (Hamar SC)
#17: Ji-Ae In (16 Years Old) (1.64 m) (LW-RW) (FC Geongan)
#20: Boris Ilych (16 Years Old) (1.78 m) (CF-ST) (Locomotiv Chetka)
#21: Iskay Chanca Caipa (15 Years Old) (1.60 m) (RW-LW) (Defensores del Rio CF)


Starting XI:


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Eric Vieira Pereira (56 Years Old)

Assistant Coaches:
Joan Tomasa (46 Years Old), Olivia Dimaano Dimalanta (51 Years Old)

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Postby Chromatika » Mon Jul 26, 2021 6:41 pm

Five Names to Watch: Youngest Fillar, Chromatiks of Foreign Decent Highlight U-18 Squad

When you look at the roster for the U-18 World Cup being held in Xanneria and Starcom, one name jumps out at you immediately: Edith Fillar. The youngest of Chromatika's royal footballing family, the sixteen year old will Captain the squad and be expected to be the head of the attacking arm of the team. However, once you get past that, it becomes obvious that some of these names are very decidedly not Chromatik: What is going on? Let us examine five players that will determine just how far this team, headed by Han Myung, will go.

GK Raoul Carpathia
Newly signed by Tikariot City FC Academy, Raoul is an aggressive sweeper-keeper who is learning to curb his spirit at times and get better in the flow. The only player that was listed on the most recent Transfer Window to be on the squad (Haitou and Delaya were considered too raw for the CFF at this juncture), Carpathia is very excited to play in his first international match. "They don't know what they're facing," he stated in a recent interview, "We're ready for them. You'll see."

RB Ami Coulibaly
Born to two Banijan parents that settled in Chromatika, Coulibaly's marking skills landed her in the crosshairs of Chromatik U-18s boss Grecerick Homina early. She lifted the Youth League trophy alongside the likes of Tumbran star Trudy Harrison last season, and is a personal friend. Coulibaly isn't the tallest defender nor the biggest, but she makes up for it with tenacity, quickness, and a willingness to get scrappy. She's mature for a sixteen year old as well, knowing how to handle herself with grace and poise.

LB Jan-Jaap Menneken
Growing up in Myana to an Audioslavian dockworker father and a Chromatik chef mother, Jan-Jaap, or JJ to his friends, is a hulking figure at 6' 10" who is very fun to be around. On the pitch, he uses that size to his advantage, often times intimidating opposing teams. He was on the losing end of the Youth League final to Chromatik U-18s, but many CCFA schools are hoping that he'll stick around and not go abroad. Easygoing, hard-working, and lanky, he's a great prospect at left back.

RM Briareo Asaguirreiturri
Say his last name five times fast. Briareo's parents are social workers from Audioslavia that came to help the ROYG population after the Rainbow Revolution; they decided to call Chromia their home. A jack of all trades, he is decent at almost everything but doesn't really specialize on a single trait. Most experts are intrigued by just what kind of player he may develop into. Chromatiks better get used to pronouncing his name in the years to come.

AM Marian Goo
Another intriguing prospect on an ever-growing list of central midfielders, Goo is the daughter of a Quebecois carpenter and a Chromatik interior designer that combine to run one of the most successful furniture companies in Myana. A blitzer who likes to go after her opponents, Goo has been working on her stamina so that she can be as dangerous five minutes before the end of a match as she was in the first five minutes. She'll be the one getting the ball to Edith, too, which is something to definitely keep an eye on.

The young Chromatiks' run in the 14th U-18 World Cup begins with a foe that they are very familiar with at the senior level - Baker Park.
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Postby Commonwealth of Baker Park » Mon Jul 26, 2021 6:59 pm

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Anomalies on deck for U18's opening day
by Fiona Devlin, National Soccer Writer

The Commonwealth of Baker Park Under 18 National Team are preparing to get underway in the 14th U18 World Cup, where they will face off against Chromatika on match day 1 at the Raiatea Sports Complex in Starcome Racing, co-hosts along with Xanneria for this tournament.
BP will then meet the home side on match day two before taking on newcomers Maranaa on the third of six matchdays, as the group phase will utilize a double round-robin format.

Manager Danielle Harper has wasted no opportunity to remind her squad of the disappointment of the last time the competition was held, where the Commonwealth failed to advance beyond the group stage for the first time, losing three and drawing one match to finish bottom of the table.

“I've stressed to them that we cannot and will not accept that type of result again. We've won this title twice, nations know we are one of the best U18's in the multiverse and play against us accordingly. Last time out cost us some of the prestige we had, and we will have to work twice as hard to regain half of it back.”

Baker Park have played 50 matches in the U18WC, winning 34 and drawing 5 against 11 defeats, including 23-3-3 in groups stage fixtures prior to the last tournament.

One change in the composition of the roster has been a movement away from high school prospects as the FAC Academy League has gained strength; two newcomers this term—Davis Murphy and Patti Rubinstein—join Camille Prince from the defending APL champions Westwood Sprites Academy, as dependence on more polished youth prospects seems to be the direction Harper is taking.
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Postby Graintfjall » Mon Jul 26, 2021 7:03 pm


Team name: Græntfjall
Trigram: GRÆ [GRF when not available]
Demonym/adjective: Græntfjaller
Team nickname: [Junior] Snow Wolves

Coach: Trine Kakalisdóttir
Assistant coach: Saxi Dómaldsson

A feeling the Junior Snow Wolves were a little unfortunate last time – a first round exit in the playoffs came at the hands of the eventual winners, Tumbra, after a fairly solid group stage – has kept Trine her job. She’s known for her disciplinarian streak, which is helpful when it comes to shepherding around a group of overpaid teenagers, but not as an especially bold tactical thinker. At the last Cup she was willing to let her players take the lead, with some big mistakes, but also some exciting highlights. Her assignment is, as much as anything, not to be boring.

Squad: A 23-person squad has been named for the tournament. You can assume those numbered 1 – 11 will start unless otherwise stated, but there will be some natural rotation.
  • The Græntfjaller Premier League is gender-mixed and it is seen as uncontroversial for men and women to play alongside each other. If you find this unrealistic you are welcome to RP surprised reaction [although given the general state of NS Sports it would surely be not too much of an outlier] but it won’t be something we dwell on.
  • -son names are men, -dóttir names women, -bur names gender-neutral. Hanif (male) is of immigrant background; Harmony (female) is a Kamdyr, who are a group of semi-independent nomadic people.
  • In general, Græntfjaller players are athletic and have excellent whole-match fitness, disciplined, and not prone to violence or emotional outbursts. They are, however, not tremendously skilled.
  • Most players play with the youth teams of their respective clubs.
  • Timing note: I am RPing this tournament as occurring a few months after the Copa Rushmori Juvenil, after the conclusion of the GPL season, and subsequent to TW32 closing; all players on foreign teams are assumed to be given leave.


1. Hanif Anwarsson el-Said
12. Hervarður Alexandersson
23. Marsellíus Jarfason


2. Alyssia Noahsdóttir
3. Klængur Ulfarsson – Captain
4. Itzchitl Svennsson
5. Eyvar Mathiasson
6. Leona Jörvarsdóttir
13. Filip Markusson
14. Gylfi Andrésson
19. Vagn Ásgeirsson


7. Alex Reijosson
8. Viktor Matthiasson
9. Laura Sævarsdóttir
15. Auðunn Bjarnfinnsson
16. Danny Oddkellsson
17. Sara Vatnarsdóttir
18. Guðbjörn Gaelsson
20. Harmony Serpentmane
22. Clemens Henningsson


10. Viðar Emiliosson
11. Sigurbjörn Sigtryggsson
21. Joel Wolfgangsson


RP permissions:

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Godmod Scoring Events: Y, if you ask first
Hand Out Yellow/Red Cards: Y, but be sensible; I use a self-enforced rule of 2 yellows or 1 red = 1 match suspension, but I won’t apply this to your players without your permission.
Injure My Players: Y, you can say they are injured but let me decide the severity and consequences
Godmod Other Events: N, but if you ask first I’m open to any roleplay angles you have in mind
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  • If you use non-photoshopped photographs, please don’t say they’re my players without asking
  • In general I’m open to most things so long as you ask

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Co-host: CR36, BoF74, CoH80
Champions: BoF73, CoH80
Co-champions of the first Elephant Chess Cup with Bollonich
Runners-up: DBC49, EC10
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Postby Xanneria » Mon Jul 26, 2021 7:50 pm

Hi guys, the first of many cutoffs is among us. I just wish I could think of something whitty to put in for cutoff song, but it's Rydeen by Yellow Magic Orchestra and I can't think of a good pun.

U18 WC Group A - Starcom Racing
Starcom Racing 2–2 Maramaa - Royal Monarch's Stadium
Baker Park 4–4 Chromatika - Raiatea Municipal Sports Complex

U18 WC Group A - Starcom Racing Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Baker Park 1 0 1 0 4 4 0 1
Chromatika 1 0 1 0 4 4 0 1
3 Maramaa 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 1
Starcom Racing 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 1

U18 WC Group B - Xanneria
Xanneria 1–0 Abanhfleft - Northshore Stadium
Republic of Indian States 1–4 Pemecutan - Mercyhurt Road

U18 WC Group B - Xanneria Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Pemecutan 1 1 0 0 4 1 +3 3
2 Xanneria 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3
3 Abanhfleft 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 0
4 Republic of Indian States 1 0 0 1 1 4 −3 0

U18 WC Group C - Starcom Racing 
Graintfjall 1–0 Muralos - Honolulu City Stadium
Raspotochje 2–2 Oberour Ar Moro - Matt Hannon Stadium

U18 WC Group C - Starcom Racing Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Graintfjall 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3
2 Oberour Ar Moro 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 1
Raspotochje 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 1
4 Muralos 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 0

U18 WC Group D - Xanneria
Sylestone 1–0 Hispinas - Pfluger Stadium
Tumbra 9–1 Garbelia - Sierra Stadium

U18 WC Group D - Xanneria Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Tumbra 1 1 0 0 9 1 +8 3
2 Sylestone 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3
3 Hispinas 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 0
4 Garbelia 1 0 0 1 1 9 −8 0

U18 WC Group E - Starcom Racing
Kohnhead 2–0 Malandrin - Big Dock Stadium
Delaclava 5–1 Adab - SCOIL Polynesia Stadium

U18 WC Group E - Starcom Racing Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Delaclava 1 1 0 0 5 1 +4 3
2 Kohnhead 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 3
3 Malandrin 1 0 0 1 0 2 −2 0
4 Adab 1 0 0 1 1 5 −4 0

U18WC Group F - Xanneria 
HUElavia 0–3 Zeta Reka & Hugeltaldom - Velstin Point East Stadium
The Jovannic 0–0 Starblaydia - Richmond Avenue Bow

U18WC Group F - Xanneria Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Zeta Reka & Hugeltaldom 1 1 0 0 3 0 +3 3
2 Starblaydia 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
The Jovannic 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
4 HUElavia 1 0 0 1 0 3 −3 0

U18 WC Group G - Starcom Racing 
Mertagne 0–2 Srednjaci - Inland Seafood Sailors Memorial Stadium
Indusse 1–0 Galimencia - Biscuit King Stadium

U18 WC Group G - Starcom Racing Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Srednjaci 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 3
2 Indusse 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3
3 Galimencia 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 0
4 Mertagne 1 0 0 1 0 2 −2 0

U18 WC Group H - Xanneria
Magnecia 1–2 Bollonich - Three Sisters Stadium
Cassadaigua 1–0 Trolleborg - Hubert Stadium

U18 WC Group H - Xanneria Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Bollonich 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 3
2 Cassadaigua 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3
3 Magnecia 1 0 0 1 1 2 −1 0
4 Trolleborg 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 0
Last edited by Xanneria on Mon Jul 26, 2021 8:36 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Xanneria: My main nation
NATIONAL FOOTBALL TEAM: Maroons - Record 80-23-59 (W-D-L) (This may not be 100% accurate)
FIRST CONTEST: Copa Esportiva 23
FIRST GAME: Vangazaland 3-1 Xanneria
FIRST WIN: 5-3 vs Qingland
LARGEST MOV: 5-0 vs Pineapple Porcupines/ 7-2 vs Starcom Racing/5-0 vs HAIKU
CHAMPIONSHIPS:Baptism of Fire 69 (Nice!) winner / Group Winner CE24
Non Association Football Stats
NSCF TEAMS: Xannerian Polytechnic
NSSCRA: Cars #10,12,16



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