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Jenna Raven Cup 3/16th Women's World Cup Everything Thread

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Jenna Raven Cup 3/16th Women's World Cup Everything Thread

Postby Sarzonia » Mon Aug 29, 2022 7:54 am

Welcome one, welcome all to the third edition of the Jenna Raven Cup, also trading as the 16th edition of the Women's World Cup!

The Incorporated Football Federation is pleased to see 24 countries who have decided to send their teams to this competition and help write a new story in the annals of the sporting multiverse. With 24 nations, we will have a double-round robin competition consisting of six groups of four teams each. The group stage will take place in individual nations; all knockout round matches will take place in Sarzonia.

Pursuant to the sign-up thread, the group stage will consist of matches played once per day until a one-day break to end the first half of qualifying. Following that, there will be a day off between the end of qualifying and the start of the knockout rounds. If there is to be a playoff match or playoff matches, those matches will take up the day off between the end of qualifying and the start of the knockout rounds. The top two teams from each group will qualify for the knockout rounds. The four best group winners will receive an automatic bye into the quarterfinals. The remaining teams will compete in a Playoff Round match. The winners of the playoff round will take on the other teams in the quarterfinals.

Here's information about how the tournament will operate. If you have any OOC questions or concerns, please direct them here. Thanks!

Tiebreakers between two teams:

To decide group seeding
1. H2H results
2. Head-to-head goal differential
3. Total goal differential
4. Total goals scored
5. ICly: Coin flip; OOCly: RP bonus
6. Playoff match

To decide knockout round standing for teams that did not face each other in the group stage
1. Total goal differential
2. Total goals scored
3. Fewest goals conceded
4. ICly: Coin flip; OOCly: RP bonus

For any three-or-more-way ties among group opponents, the following tiebreakers will apply:
1. Combined record against leveled opponents
2. Total goal differential in combined matches
3. Total goal scored in combined matches
4. ICly: Coin flip; OOCly: RP bonus

Should the tie be broken at any point in the above and eliminate one team from the tiebreakers, the tiebreakers will either revert back to the three-way tiebreakers in the case of it being more teams or will revert to the two-way tiebreakers listed above.

OOC Note: Matchday 1 will begin on 2 September. The day off between the two halves of qualifying will be on Monday, 5 September, which coincides with the U.S. Labor Day holiday. There will be one off day between the end of the group stage and the start of the playoff round. If there is a requirement for a play-in match, we will then push back the schedule by a day.

The group draw will take place within the next day or so by random drawing of lots (OOC: by using random.org).

The participating nations are as follows:

1. Sarzonia
2. Saterun
3. Lisander
4. StrayaRoos
5. Baker Park
6. United Adaikes
7. Abanhfleft
8. Kriegiersien
9. HUElavia
10. Qasden
11. West Barack and East Obama
12. The 14 Stars
13. Muralos
14. Drehda
15. Gallena (puppet of Lisander)
16. Sett Forest
17. The Hainan Union (puppet of Muralos)
18. Soldera (puppet of Sarzonia)
19. Canadian Dominion
20. Ceni
21. Burikinia
22. Schima Bas
23. Ziwana
24. The Jovannic
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Postby Sarzonia » Mon Aug 29, 2022 9:11 am

The group draw has been completed via the traditional drawing of lots. With the exception of Sarzonia being placed in the first position in Group A, every other entrant has been randomly placed via lot into its position. [OOC: The other 23 entrants were randomised on random.org into the six groups.]

GROUP A
Sarzonia
HUElavia
StrayaRoos
Qasden

GROUP B
Schima Bas
Abanhfleft
Soldera
The Jovannic

GROUP C
Baker Park
United Adaikes
The Hainan Union
Ceni

GROUP D
Kriegiersien
Drehda
Burikinia
Saterun

GROUP E
Ziwana
Lisander
West Barack and East Obama
Sett Forest

GROUP F
Muralos
The 14 Stars
Gallena
Canadian Dominion

The detailed schedule will be as follows:

Cutoff times will be between 8 and 9 p.m. EDT, which works out to midnight to 1 a.m. the next day GMT.

The detailed schedule will be as follows:

MATCHDAY 1 (Friday 2 Sept.)
1 v. 4
2 v. 3

MATCHDAY 2 (Saturday 3 Sept.)
3 vs. 1
4 v. 2

MATCHDAY 3 (Sunday 4 Sept.)
1 v. 2
3 v. 4

OFF DAY (Monday 5 Sept.)

MATCHDAY 4 (Tuesday 6 Sept.)
4 v. 1
3 v. 2

MATCHDAY 5 (Wednesday 7 Sept.)
1 v. 3
2 v. 4

MATCHDAY 6 (Thursday 8 Sept.)
2 v. 1
4 v. 3

OFF DAY/TIEBREAKER MATCHES (Friday 9 Sept.)

PLAYOFF ROUND (featuring 5-12 seeds) (Saturday 10 Sept.)

QUARTERFINALS (Sunday 11 Sept.)

SEMIFINALS (Monday 12 Sept.)

THIRD PLACE PLAYOFF (Tuesday 13 Sept.)

FINAL (Wednesday 14 Sept.)

In the event either Sarzonia or Soldera or both qualify for the knockout rounds, I will seek third party scorination for matches involving either or both sides.
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Postby Galliena » Mon Aug 29, 2022 9:29 am

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Galliena Women's Football National Team

Nickname: Les Lyseés Rouges
Style: +2
Formation: 4-3-1-2

Roster
1	Victoria Cuvillier	GK
2 Élisabeth Jaubert LB
3 Marie-Ange Renou RB
4 Juliette Loup MF
5 Ameline Delafosse (C) DF
6 Giselle Spanghero DF
7 Vanessa Plantier MF
8 Maïté Mallette MF
9 Marguerite Bachelet FW
10 Anna Auger FW
11 Denise Girard MF
12 Laëtitia Tomas MF
13 Nina Aliker DF
14 Annette Vérany DF
15 Lisette Landry LB
16 Gaby Delafosse GK
17 Marion Chaoui RB
18 Lorraine Jullien MF
19 Maéve Lemaigre FW
20 Stéphanie Frère FW
21 Armelle Courtial MF
22 Yasmine Benyamina MF
23 Stéphanie Rousselle GK
Coach Margot Choffard


Uniforms
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FGF keeps the same uniforms from the last Women's World Cup.

Stadium and Fans
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Stade Pierre Brunel (24800), Lutetia

In the heart of the capital of Galliena, Stade Pierre Brunel is the Stadium of Olympique Lutetia FC, a team of Gallienese first division in both male and female football. Olympique is currently the strongest team in Lutetia, despite having a fanbase far smaller than its archrivals, ASL Lutetia. Despite not having too much of a tradition on international football, Gallienese fans are quite loud. Expect for lots of flags, some pyro and a very loud audience. Gallienese women are a common sight in stadiums, even more when it comes to Women's Football. They are usually loud, and their vocabulary is no kinder than that of men. Regardless of gender, expect some unpronounceable words from the fans, including offensive adjectives, suggestions that the participants of the match abandon football and choose certain professions, references to the insertion of objects in certain parts of the body and insults to the family, not only of the opponents, but also of the referees or even the players of the team itself.

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No killing, no crippling, Not naming this nation GALLENA. Anything else, go ahead. If you want to do something really serious contact Lisander.
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Postby Kriegiersien » Mon Aug 29, 2022 2:15 pm

Kriegiersien Women's Olympic and National team


Despite all the missing success the same team was send to the next Jenna Raven Cup. When will they learn?

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Coach:
Otto Hippo

Goalkeeper
Olivia Di Bradini

Defender
Joanne Di Brandini
Monica Di Bradini
Jessica Di Bradini
Mel Di Bradini
Victoria Di Bradini

Midfield
Emma Di Bradini
Geraldine Di Bradini
Barbie Di Bradini
Melanie Di Bradini
Geri Di Bradini

Striker
Janina Corner
Tonya Haudels



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Postby Schima Bas » Tue Aug 30, 2022 11:00 pm

Schima Bas Women’s

National team record: 3-1-3
Last outing: JRC II, 3-1-2 in Group E, Lost to Qasden in quarterfinals (3-2 AET)
Manager: Olivar Wright (3-1-3)
Captain: Jis Greana
Formation: 4-2-3-1
Style modifier: -2



The women of Schima Bas made an impressive debut last time around, tied first for least number of goals allowed in the group stage (6), and winning Group E. Wright proved his coaching prowess extended beyond domestics, but failed to progress past the quarterfinals after losing a heartbreaking match against a strong Qasden team that went on to win the entire tournament.

Off the pitch, the team was not without drama, as an altercation between defenders Amira Otago and Gamila Horus after matchday four left Otago with a cut below her left eye, and Horus with a quick flight back home to Schima’s shores. The manager decided to wipe the slate clean, as both players will not be returning to the competition this time. Instead, young Attica Houseman takes over at left back. Untested last cup, Houseman has two years of experience playing for Dos Arbores, and will be a player to watch.

Women’s football in the country experienced a growth in popularity due to the national team’s success in reaching the knockout stage of the last tournament, but the Basian FA has not made any further announcements regarding the future of the women’s game. The Basian Women’s Sporting Association is far from having national reach, although attendance for the Coastal League has risen gradually along with television revenues.



Predicted Lineup

GK: Abdia Tame, 30
D: Attica Houseman, 23
D: Homer Laisa, 30
D: (C) Jis Greana, 27
D: Djanne Vuzuhalle, 29
DM: Hawa Bullos, 31
DM: Shaffan Basha, 29
AMF: Allie Castile, 25
AMF: Jesinta Drake, 28
AMF: Alve Hartung, 26
FW: Hadi Zion, 29


Roster


Goalkeepers

Abdia Tame, 30
Marisah Kioli, 29


Abdia Tame had two shutouts last time around, and will hope to continue that success in her second cup with the team. Marisah Kioli is creeping up on Tame for the starting spot, and there’s currently a heated goalkeeper battle underway.

Kioli is coming out of her box more, and has taken a liking to making her presence felt among opposing strikers. Tall and dominating with her presence, the smaller Tame will need to continue to prove her acumen to keep the starting spot.




Defense

LB: Attica Houseman, 23
CB: Homer Laisa, 30
CB: (C) Jis Greana, 27
RB: Djanne Vuzuhalle, 29


LB: Rita Lawrence, 26
CB: Justice Junah, 25
CB: Bibi Gallant, 24
RB: Djamila Farah, 21


The defense looks to move forward from its off-the-field controversies while maintaining its stellar performance last time around. Homer Laisa played only two games, but showed enough grit to make the cut. Rita Lawrence possesses a strong ability to stick to defenders, and has shown promise in building the attack. Djamila Farah is an exciting prospect for a wingback, and has a higher ceiling than any of the defenders out wide in the squad, although it's unsure if she will ever reach the high expectations set for her.




Midfield

LAMF: Allie Castile, 25
CAMF: Jesinta Drake, 28
RAMF: Alve Hartung, 26
DMF: Hawa Bullos, 31
DMF: Shaffan Basha, 29


AMF: Justice Feeley, 31
AMF: Azra Poker, 28
AMF: Crystal Panayiota, 23
DMF: Bethany Aviva, 26
DMF: Autumn Grassley, 26


We’ve got some new faces here in Bullos and Poker. Bullos has a wealth of defensive acumen, and is a disciplined force in the midfield. She has a strong sense of where she should be on the pitch, and her off-the ball movements have provided many opportunities for club and country.

Poker is more helpful in the attack, and possesses a high level of ball control, though her slight lack of next-level pace prevented her from reaching the starting lineup.

The midfield, as in last tournament, is a key focus for the team, and high hopes rest on the creative power of Jestina Drake, who has become a solid leader in the midfield. Drake scored three goals last time out, and assisted in many of the team’s highlight plays. The last two years have only made her a more solid player overall.




Offense

FW: Hadi Zion, 29

FW: Aaliyah Browning, 28
FW: Gloria Hudson, 25


Lots of shakeups in the striker squad! Hudson finds herself out of the starting spot, but will still be likely to find playing time this tournament. Hadi Zion has exploded into the game, and with her 6’2 (1.88m) frame, she’s found it easy to get to balls on set pieces and find the back of the net. Still, she has some inconsistencies in her game, and is working with the coaching staff to reduce her likelihood to be caught offside. Expect the three to rotate regularly as coach Wright fits each of them into his system.



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Postby Burikinia » Wed Aug 31, 2022 3:44 am

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Main Team:

GK: Deanna Foch - 1
LB: Yui Amasawa- 15
CB: Fiorin Dumitrescu - 13
CB: Sekar Widya- 6
RB: Li Meihua - 14
LM: Stefani Rahayu- 56
CAM: Alina Becker (C) - 17
RM: Kaname Hosono - 41
LW: Kyoko Shirane - 9
ST: Fiorella Bellini - 7
RW: Nina Rokossova - 10

Substitutes:

Janice Lowe (GK) - 99
Sanna Nikola (GK) - 98
Jesse Princeton (DF) - 4
Selen Deveraux (DF) - 3
Jenny Wang (DF) - 71
Nigella Koeman (MF) - 18
Canan Selim (MF) - 66
Rosa Koljovic (MF) - 26
Akane Shirayuki (MF) - 74
Chelsea Blanc (FW) - 27
Amanda Clifton (FW) - 11
Anne Coulson (FW) - 21

Head Coach:Shōji Minami

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Allow opponents to godmod goalscoring events: N
Allow opponents to injure players: Y
Allow opponents to godmod injuries: N
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Allow opponents to godmod anything else under the sun: Depends

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Postby The Jovannic » Wed Aug 31, 2022 4:15 am

All Hail The Jovannic - Women's Football National Team Roster for the 3rd Jenna Raven Cup (16th Women's World Cup)

The representation of Jovannican Women in Football has currently been limited to two editions of the Olympics, both times not completely covering themselves in glory and exiting in the group stages.

Our biggest win came in our first match, playing in The XIV Olympiad, a 3-0 thrashing of Siovanijia and Teusland. This would unfortunately be our only win in 7 games, as things went downhill from there. A drab 1-1 draw against Eraman, A 2 losses - 2-1 against hosts Liventia and 2-0 to the Royal Kingdom of Quebec forced the Emperesses to look to the next edition for another chance at silverware.

It only got worse in the XV Olympiad, as The Jovannic lost 2-0 to Greater Vakolicci Haven, drew 1-1 with Vdara and came out worse in a sluggish 5-3 goalfest against Kriegiersien.

However, these ladies have another chance to prove themselves, being the first Jovannic sporting delegation to be sent abroad after it took a hiatus from participation.

GK

#1 Fi Su (32)

#12 Sophian Marimba (19)

DEF

#2 Algay Mitrovic (22) RB RWB RM
#3 Lerence McLar [C] (27) CB CDM
#4 Elizabeth Tudoi (20) CB LB
#5 Berenda Gouhier (19) LB LWB LM LW

#18 Baishe Houre (29) RB
#25 Chua Lai Wei (21) CB LB
#30 Murin Facilt (35) LB CB CDM

MID

#6 Baili Norfolk (23) CDM CM RM
#8 Saiht Bencoolen (31) CDM CM
#10 Jeannette Li (21) CM CAM CF LM RM
#7 Augie Munter (28) RM CM RW
#11 Bourhalie Tan (22) LM LW

#13 Gloria Jaensen (18) CM CDM
#55 Klari Rykiev (35) CDM CM CAM
#32 Labara Nerkins (28) CAM ST
#19 Shannon McKenzie (19) CM CAM

ST

#9 Loisa Dotova (27) ST CF

#17 Qing Gang (29) ST
#99 Joryiha Mak (19) ST CF CAM

MANAGER: Sarah Joulet (45)
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FORMATION: 4-2-3-1 with 2 CDMs



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Allow opponents to injure players: Y
Allow opponents to godmod injuries: N
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Allow opponents to godmod anything else: Ask
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Sporting Achievements:
1st:
2nd:
3rd: 3rd Jenna Raven Cup, Mike Sarzo Memorial Trophy
4th: NS World Cup of Masters I
Semi-finals: IFC1
Honourable Mentions: Olympic Sliver Medal in Football (XIV Olympiad)

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Postby Lisander » Wed Aug 31, 2022 10:44 am

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Article by Sara Benvoglio (m/sbenvoglio), FemaleGoals reporter (femalegoa.ls), Player for Atletica Vila da Foz (m/avffutebol)

A simple measure has caught the attention of the sports media this season. The Words "FFC" (with an extra F for "Feminino" or "Female") "Women" or "Ladies" have almost disappeared from all three divisions of local women's football.

This measure, proposed by the clubs and supported by StarLeague, Premiership and FLF, put an end, at least dialectically, to the division between "men's football" and "women's football". From now on, men's and women's clubs will be registered jointly with the Lisanderian Football Federation, without the specific need for a "women's football department".

"Men have never had to play 'men's football', why should we?" - Said US Lesportaise goalkeeper Laura Heynze, a member of the StarLeague Athletes' Commission. - "Small discussions like these need to take place so that more and more people 'get the click' that we are equal to Premiership players."

The football system for women (so named to clarify that it is the "women's system", not "women's football") is made up of three leagues, and only two teams will temporarily retain their current names. Despina FFC and CFF Lesport Belle continue to retain the "shame F", but they are special cases.

The first team is completing the process of absorbing its "brother" club, Despina FC. The merger of the two teams should come accompanied by a rebranding that will abandon the gender distinction.

CFF Lesport Belle, a symbol of an era where women's football still needed financial support at the naming rights level (Belle is a cosmetics brand), has been temporarily rebranded as the B team of US Lesportaise, and its licence should pass to a new team at the end of this season.

Negotiations in the latter case have been moving quickly, as it is a Premiership rule that all teams in the men's system have two more years to be in the women's system as well.

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WORLD CUP 16: LISANDER WILL FACE QASDEN, MURALOS AND GALLIENA IN PRE-WC FRIENDLIES!
STARLEAGUE WOMEN'S FOOTBALL BECOMES "STARLEAGUE FOOTBALL"
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Major Honors

Winners
5th Under 18 World Championship
9th Under 18 World Championship
62nd AOCAF Cup
66th AOCAF Cup
Cup of Champions (Eagles Cup 13)
DiBradini Cup 53/74th Under 21 World Championship
Runner-up
67th Baptism of Fire
Eagles Cup 13
Third Place
58th AOCAF Cup
60th AOCAF Cup
Fourth Place
World Cup 85
63rd AOCAF Cup
Women's World Cup 15/Jenna Raven Cup 2


Established in 1901, the FAC is the governing body of the sport in Baker Park, maintaining a registry of over 24,000 players between the ages of 11 and 80; 3,500 officials; 128 full member clubs and 350 associate member clubs; sponsoring 12 National Championships for men & women across all levels. in addition to 6 domestic cup competitions; and offering training programs for coaches and physiotherapists covering youth to professional certification.

style--+2.77
Formation--3-4-1-2
National Anthem--"Hear Our Voices Commonwealth"

Nickname--since the end of the 1960's the National Team has been known as "The Bees", a period when the team's uniforms consisted of alternating black and gold hoops.
Previous to that time and subsequently through periods in the 1980's and 90's, the team was usually referred to by the county's national animal, the Elks; the women's National Team were always 'Lady Elks' until the advent of mixed gender play, which was revived during the Jenna Raven Cup and there are still numerous mentions of Elks in the supporters song “We are the Gold & Black”, which currently has close to 175 stanzas.

Colors--Black & Gold (while they are just 2 of the 5 main colors on the flag of Baker Park--Blue, Red and White are the others--black & gold have been closely associated in the nation's consciousness as representative of the country since its founding.)

Manager—Tony Weiss
Asst Manager—Hailey Reinhart-Zavaros
Coaches—Fredrica Baptiste, Rich Gabriel
Physio—David Hulme


Returning to improve upon their 4th place finish in the last Jenna Raven/Women's World Cup, the Commonwealth of Baker Park Women's National Team will look towards a mix of experience and rising stars in the squad, with Tony Weiss in charge for a second straight JRC/WWC; ten uncapped players plus three others with fewer than five international appearances will look towards 13 veterans, led by Co-Captain Lainey Wadsworth who will be part of her final National Team squad in a reserve role. Amy Reynolds and Alicia Craig will also share the captaincy with Wadsworth--the first time three players will be in the leadership since Colin Riordan had a tri-captaincy for the 1975 International season.

GK
1 Beth Rossi 22 Llewellyn Turnpike Ladies FC 7 (2)
23 Shelly Duffy 22 Meadowdale Ladies FC 1 (1)
25 Amanda Fraley 21 Brentford Ladies FC 0

DEF
4 Amy Freeman 27 Riverside City Ladies FC 35 (5)
3 Susie Knight 27 Club Stein-los (PAS) 14 (6)
19 Megan Walker 24 Greenlea United Ladies 0
21 Heidi Jorgensen 23 Clayton City Ladies FC 3
2 Magda Kucera 21 Inland Peaks FC (VIL) 14
20 Stacy Milner 22 Leiderkranz Ladies FC 2 (1)
5 Lucy Fallon 28 Lima City United FC 0
22 Julie Morris 21 Greenlea United Ladies 0

MID
11 Olivia Ryan 23 Westwood Sprites Ladies FC 19 (5)
15 Carly Logan 23 Southend Ladies AC 20 (5)
6 Lucie Shanahan 25 Middletown City Women FC 26 (8)
8 Paige Eichorn 28 New Capetown Falcons (TAE) 41 (10)
18 Grace Douglas 22 Westwood Sprites Ladies FC 0
14 Andrea Kirby 22 Bergholz Caledonian FC 0
7 Amy Reynolds 28 Clayton City Ladies FC 49 (8)
16 Leanne Bryant 21 Hamilton Wanderers Ladies 0
26 Cyndi Garfield 21 Haskins Blues FC 0

FWD
12 Alicia Craig 29 Sherwood Forest Ladies FC 61 (5)
13 Lainey Wadsworth 30 Ridge Raiders Ladies FC 77 (27)
17 Fatima Khan 22 Great Northern RR FC 0
9 Karrie Price 24 Shirley Metros Ladies FC 22 (10)
10 Serena McDavid 23 Lajuno FC (EUR) 12 (2)
24 Erika Riley 21 Clayton City Ladies FC 0


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Group Stage venues
Group Stage Match #1 vs Ceni
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The Queen Victoria Stadium in Ezriquay [capacity 37,475] has hosted matches in two World Cups and two Atlantian Oceania Cup tournaments, with the WWC opener being the 24th time it will host a Baker Park National Team side (19 matches for the men/mixed gender squad, 4 prior BPWNT fixtures). One of the most famous venues in the Commonwealth for memorable sporting accomplishments.

Group Stage Match #3 vs United Adaikes
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The Newport Stadium [capacity 32,000] is home to Newport City FC, the Naval Academy Football team, the Newport Broncos of the Professional Football Division and is one of the most popular venues for the Baker Park National Team outside of Belle Haven; the United Adaikes fixture will be NCS' 24th time hosting a senior NT squad--the third time for the women alongside the 21 previous men's/mixed gender NT contests.

Group Stage Match #5 vs The Hainan Union
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The Commonwealth's newest stadium [capacity 36,000] replaced historic President's Park as St Leon's central sporting venue. This will mark the third National Team match played the stadium, following matches in Eagles Cup 13 and World Cup 91 Qualifying.


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Baptism of Fire 67 Runner-Up
AOCAF LVIII (co-hosts), LX Third Place
World Cup 85, AOCAF LXIII, Women's World Cup 15 Fourth Place
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HUElavia
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Postby HUElavia » Thu Sep 01, 2022 10:33 am

HUElavia National Football Team




Squad:
Goalkeepers-
#1: Eva Petit
(26 Years Old) (1.82 m) (RCD San Rafael)
#12: Naora Miyamoto Aguni
(28 Years Old) (1.77 m) (SC Toin)
#23: Bianca Peirano
(17 Years Old) (1.84 m) (HUEsilia FC)
#27: Marieta Barturen
(21 Years Old) (1.80 m) (Athletic Club Itio)

Defenders-
#2: Llanke Pillpe Amaru
(26 Years Old) (1.72 m) (CB) (Real Curumba CF)
#3: Julieta Higashi Fernandes
(28 Years Old) (1.79 m) (CB) (FC Portimao)
#4: Cíntia Couto Chagas
(17 Years Old) (1.70 m) (RB-LB) (Real Curumba CF)
#5: Gabriela Rosado
(25 Years Old) (1.67 m) (LB-RB) (FC Santiago)
#12: Celine Talatala Veterano
(21 Years Old) (1.65 m) (LB-RB) (Manilla CF)
#15: Nayara Arroyo Chanca
(24 Years Old) (1.65 m) (RB-LB) (RCD San Rafael)
#16: Gisele Lacerda do Amaral
(21 Years Old) (1.72 m) (CB) (FC Santos)
#18: Waleeda al-Beshara
(25 Years Old) (1.74 m) (CB) (Real Curumba CF)
#26: Jin Lian
(25 Years Old) (1.75 m) (CB) (Bagnano FC)

Midfielders-
#6: Teresa Font
(32 Years Old) (1.62 m) (DM-CM) (International Curumba)
#8: Elena Bellerose
(25 Years Old) (1.70 m) (CM-AM) (Olympique de Lourdes)
#10: Lourdes Simsuangco Duarte
(25 Years Old) (1.60 m) (DM-CM-AM) (RCD San Rafael)
#14: Gabriela Yamada Kanashiro
(18 Years Old) (1.68 m) (DM-CM) (Real Curumba CF)
#19: Se-Ah Si
(17 Years Old) (1.63 m) (DM-CM-AM) (Goang FC)
#22: Lena Federov
(28 Years Old) (1.58 m) (CM-AM) (Locomotiv Chetka)
#25: Clara Belluci Barreto
(21 Years Old) (1.65 m) (DM-CM) (FC Portimao)

Attackers-
#7: Ringo Honda
(33 Years Old) (1.64 m) (LW-RW) (Real Curumba CF)
#9: Rafaela Nascimento Lópes
(28 Years Old) (1.61 m) (CF-ST) (FC Santos)
#11: Milia Amezcua
(16 Years Old) (1.70 m) (RW-LW) (Athletic Club Itio)
#17: Su Xuan
(17 Years Old) (1.65 m) (LW-RW) (International Curumba)
#20: Hastu Nina Anhuaman
(23 Years Old) (1.65 m) (CF-ST) (FC Amaya)
#21: Iskay Chanca Caipa
(28 Years Old) (1.60 m) (RW-LW) (FC Santos)
#24: Hye-Soo Hwangbo
(16 Years Old) (1.62 m) (CF-ST) (International Curumba)

Head Coach:
Cristiano Aveiro Lima (55 Years Old)

Assistant Coaches:
Jose Antonio Lobato (47 Years Old), Kayla Tangkiang Cayetano (41 Years Old)



Starting XI:
1 Petit
4 Couto, 2 Pillpe, 3 Higashi, 5 Rosado
6 Font, 8 Bellerose
11 Amezcua, 10 Duarte, 7 Honda
9 Nascimento


Roles-
Captain: Honda
Vice-Captain: Font, Higashi
Free-Kicks: Honda, Duarte
Penalties: Honda, Nascimento
Corners: Font, Bellerose


RP Permissions
Choose my goal scorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes, but nothing severe
Godmod Injuries to my players: Yes, but nothing severe
Suspend my players: Yes, but be reasonable
Godmod suspension events: Yes, but be reasonable
Godmod other events: Yes
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Postby Sarzonia » Thu Sep 01, 2022 1:15 pm

Sarzonia Stars

Permissions:
Anything but killing or tournament-ending injuries is fine.

Manager: Brenda Allison, 49
Allison is the niece of a financier who wants to resurrect Sarzonia's women's football league. She grew up watching the Women's World Cup, but came of age when Sarzonia entered its most recent period of isolation. She was a defender on the Woodstock Justice before the Sarzonian Football League ceased operations.

Assistant: Dean Gold, 52
Gold was an coaching intern with the Portland Power before the SFL folded into the Sarzonian Football Confederation as a combined Sarzonian Football League. He agreed to be the manager of a new Portland Power in a new league.

Home grounds:
Nottingham Pavilion, Praeton Heights (Woodstock suburb), capacity 18,200. This will be the home grounds for Sarzonia's matches, and all matches in Woodstock will be played here, including the knockout rounds except for the final, which will be at Franz Braddock Stadium in Woodstock (capacity 40,550 for football).

ROSTER (starters in BOLD)

GOALKEEPERS
18 Marce' George, 22, 5-foot-8, 145 pounds
George (her first name is pronounced Mar-SAY) shows great athleticism but is unpolished in the back. She may see playing time regardless.

30 Carly Parsons, 30, 5-foot-10, 170 pounds
Brought in as a veteran backup for George after Knight-Langham got suspended.

DEFENDERS
2 Blayre West, 23, 5-foot-6, 130 pounds
West brings speed to her position at left back and she is expected to tightly mark her assigned player.
3 Clara Hawley, 29, 5-foot-10, 160 pounds
A natural lefty, Hawley has played sweeper in a 3-5-2, but is more comfortable with the 4-4-2.
4 Joyce Tyler, 24, 5-foot-8, 140 pounds
She expects to learn from Hawley as they will room together on the road. She is playing central defence for the first time.
19 Tara Stanley, 22, 5-foot-9, 145 pounds
Stanley is another outside back with great speed, but with less polish than West has.
22 Virginia Ashfield, 23, 5-foot-4, 125 pounds
28 Geraldine Tambor, 25, 5-foot-7, 140 pounds

MIDFIELDERS
8 Callie Edwards, 24, 5-foot-3, 145 pounds
Edwards is a rugged defensive midfielder who frequently marks the opposing team's playmaking midfielder and generally operates as a pest.
9 Lois Robinson, 22, 5-foot-10, 155 pounds
She takes the lefty free kicks and corners. She can control the ball on the left side, but isn't the surest passer, so she doesn't serve as playmaker.
10 Joelle Burns, 26, 5-foot-6, 140 pounds
Her vision and passing ability made her the natural fit for playmaking midfielder. She takes the righty free kicks and corners. Her defence is a bit suspect.
14 Winnie Taunton, 27, 5-foot-9, 150 pounds
Taunton takes a majority of the penalties and produces blinding speed on the wings.
15 Xander Williams, 19, 5-foot-8, 160 pounds
20 Sierra Dawkins, 29, 5-foot-9, 155 pounds
23 Mariama Vance, 25, 5-foot-10, 170 pounds

FORWARDS
11 Carly Wilcox, 22, 5-foot-11, 175 pounds (Woodstock Wild reserves)
Wilcox retained her place on the Wild's reserve squad and made eight appearances and six starts after her transition. She was invited to train with the men's national team, but declined after she suffered an injury.
12 Jolene Walter-Campos, 31, 5-foot-1, 130 pounds
The creative forward on the team, she modeled her game after her younger stepbrother Jake Campos on the current men's national team.
16 Ellen Magruder, 24, 5-foot-8, 150 pounds
17 Pietra Stanicek, 27, 5-foot-9, 160 pounds
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Postby Saterun » Thu Sep 01, 2022 4:51 pm

Saterun Squad for the Third Jenna Raven Cup


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style: +1.5

Manager:
Tara Grety

Starters:
Goalkeepers: Zoe Laguna
Defenders: Natalia Sanz, Vannessa Monrou, Abby Jogador, Meghan Richou
Midfielders: Emily Stonehill, Josephine Condora, Marta Cabrera, Evie Dorodago
Forwards: Aika Hyaki, Mabel Westur

Bench:
Goalkeeper: Didi Derschramp
Defender: Ophra Aisol
Midfielders: Lily Arstong, Alice Qiu
Forwards: Celina Shatifa


After a heart-breaking penalty loss to Athera in the previous edition, the Claws are out for revenge. They are hoping to continue their run of form, although it has been some time. The will face off against Kriegiersien first, which will definitely be an early test of skill. Then, they take on unknown Drehda. Finally, they will play fellow Lazarenes Burikinia in the last match of phase one of the group stage. A budding rivalry is building between those nations, both on the club and international level, and the Claws will hope to hold one over the neighbors. In a landmark move, they will share the same jerseys as the men's team as part of the SFF's unity campaign. Veteran goalkeeper Zoe Laguna actually came out of retirement for this tournament. They will continue to play in the fabled, now-renovated Sultan Stadium, with their home game against Drehda on MD2 to be the first game there since it started renovation after th group stage of the first Jenna Raven Cup. It can hold 76,000. (Image can be found on the Stadiums of Saterun factbook.
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3rd Jenna Raven Cup Roster

Postby Ziwana » Thu Sep 01, 2022 8:06 pm

The Ziwana Football Federation PRESENTS:

The Ziwana Women's National Football Team to the 3rd Jenna Raven Cup

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The sport of football is the most popular sport in the Ziwana Archipelago. The game has been played since the 19th century. However, in all the years that the sport has been played, there has never been a place for women to play the sport. Several times women's side have been formed over the years but they have been forced to shut down. In the new era of football led by the Ziwana Football Federation (ZFF) which replaced the now defunct Royal Ziwana Football Association, women can finally be involved in the beautiful game. A woman national team has been founded by the ZFF. This team has been formed after trials where carried out in Ziwana for the last 6 months, with the team training together for the last 3 months of that 6 months. Even though the team is amatuer the She-Scorchers are quite ready to rise to the occasion and make the Fatherland proud.

Full Name: Ungwazi wa Ziwana
Nickname: She-Scorchers
Triagramme: ZIW
Formation: 4-4-2
Style Modifier: +3.75
Manager: Agness Phiri
Assistant Manager: Esther Kaunda

Starting Line Up











PositionNumberNameAgeClub
GK1Mercy Chunga18N/A
RB2Julia Fernandes21N/A
CB3Stella Chibwana22N/A
CB4Anny Chawinga22N/A
LB5Faith Kumwenda21N/A
RW6Annita Gopaul22N/A
CM7Halima Casimir21N/A
CM8Grace Kajoke22N/A
LW9Tabitha Kumwenda-Captain24N/A
ST10Stella Gondwe-Vice Captain21N/A
ST11Cathy Banda17N/A


Bench
ST: #12, Vannesa Dimanche(19)
GK: #13, Jane Mitraille(21)
RB: #14, Queen Labonte(18)
CB: #15, Annita Sophie(22)
CB: #16, Vera Ranaivoson(21)
LB: #17, Veronica Citorah(21)
DM: #18, Fatima Swedi(21)
CM: #19, Suxannah Thomas(21)
CM: #20, Nikkie Graham(21)
LW: #21, Rihanna Aristide(21)
RW: #22, Oyatola Bayaram (18)
ST: #23, Pinky James(19)

Kits

Ziwani kits are made by local and world renowned kit makers, Zsports.

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Stadium Name: Ziwanicell National Stadium
Location: Birnin-Likulu (Capital City)
Capacity: 85000
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RP PERMISSIONS
I give my opponent permission to(that is if they are first to RP):
Choose my goalscorers: Y
Godmod scoring events: Y
Give my players yellow cards: Y
Give my players red cards: Y
Give injuries to my players: Y
Godmod injuries to my players: Y
Godmod other events: Y

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Postby Ceni » Thu Sep 01, 2022 8:48 pm


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ROSTER FOR JENNA RAVEN CUP 3


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INFORMATION

After a rogue Cenian FA member threw the Cenian national team forward in time 20 years in a vain attempt to remove archenemy Andrew Arrowsword from international contention, the Cenian football scene plummeted into disarray. The world-leading Terranean League disbanded, as did the Cenian national team itself. Many players continued plying their trade abroad, but a significant number also hung up their boots. Now that the forsaken team has returned, the Cenian FA reluctantly approved a return to World Cup competition. After a relatively successful WC campaign, and some political changes as well, the FA has grown more receptive to broader international competition. Ceni recently won the U-18 cup held in Gortolekua; with that success, the Cenian FA decided to enter a team in the Jenna Raven World Cup to be held in Sarzonia.

Manager: Image Allison Swan

Following the U-18 World Cup, Allison Swan — a stalwart midfielder for the Cenian national team — has been given the task of managing Ceni's first foray into the Jenna Raven World Cup, a foray that will determine whether Ceni continues to enter this competition. She has taken some cues from Andrew Arrowsword in managing the team; given that Ceni's female player pool leans towards the defense anyhow, Swan will also play with four defenders.

For scorination purposes, Ceni will play with a +1 style modifier this tournament.

Ceni does not usually play rough, but more cerebrally rather than anything else. The most likely way a Cenian will pick up a caution is arguing with a referee, probably over a very technical or minute section of the Code.

Home Stadium
Ceni will play its home games in the Cenial Halcyon National Stadium, located in the Halcyon Park in Cenial. With a capacity of 85,000, the stadium has an unique roof which is retractable in case of inclement weather, preserving the optimal climate for spectators inside the stadium; the stadium also has won plaudits from national team players who say the stadium is one of the best grass pitches they have played on. Built by the international firm Cityscapes Architecture and Construction, the stadium has connections to Cenial City Airport on Line D of the Metro and Cenial International Airport on Line C, transferring at Broadgreen Station.

When elected as the host of Baptism of Fire 63, the Cenian FA decided to upgrade some of the facilities at the stadium, including the press box and VIP box, as well as installing WiFi access for all seats, following the example of the Alexander I National Stadium. Notably in the history of the Cenial Halcyon Stadium, Ceni qualified for its first World Cup on the grounds of this pitch, defeating Gregoryisgodistan (now South Covello) on penalty kicks to qualify for its first ever World Cup. The Halcyon National Stadium counts itself as one of the greenest buildings in Ceni, making use of solar panels wherever possible, recycling water and heat through its system (so that water used to water the pitch can be used in the toilets, etc.), making use of recycled materials in constructions, and other eco-friendly measures to reduce its energy footprint.

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ROSTER

Pos. 	Name				Age	Club				Notes
GK Aneirin Woodbridge 18 Image Herzegovina City Non-binary
GK Eilana Avith-Rose 17 Pinnacle Project
GK Tara Moacyr 18 Tomás Hernández Academy
LB Andreia Tiburão 19 Pinnacle Project
LB Sara Peralejo 18 Septentrional
CB Ariana Guri-Montague 27 Image Mynda Electra
CB Miri Windtide 30 Image Royal Queenstown
CB Jaina Beren 18 Pinnacle Project
CB Elizabeth Girthon 19 Apex Academy
RB Hannah Valleverde 19 Tomás Hernández Academy
RB Ieva Kyossar 17 Project +90 Ceni
DM Nova Kymeri 27 Unattached
DM Lyra Avant 18 Pinnacle Project
DM Talia Amalveor 17 Pinnacle Project
CM Sofia Falcón 29 Unattached
CM Anthea Tyadexo-Pyeredax 18 Apex Academy Non-binary
CM Lia Orate 19 Tomás Hernández Academy
CM Kali Kelevan 18 Pinnacle Project
AM Isabella Orinoco-Bolívar 20 Septentrional
AM/ST Athena Foyner-Evatee 16 1860 Azoth
ST Nova Daneraj 16 1860 Azoth
ST Eliana Penexan 16 Project +90 Ceni
ST Mia Europa-Abad 17 Septentrional

Default First Team
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Key Players
Miri Windtide and Ariana Guri-Montague will anchor the defense, as two of the most experienced defenders in Ceni. Each has dozens of caps at the international level; as two of the more experienced on this team altogether, they will provide a crucial mentoring role to the younger women on the team as well.

In the midfield, Sofia Falcón is one of the best examples of a box-to-box midfielder currently playing in Ceni; she will make effective use of her chemistry with Windtide and Guri-Montague to link the defense to the offense and keep the ball moving forward. She'll also serve as a key mentor to Anthea Tyadexo-Pyeredax (nicknamed ATP or TyPy), a budding "builder"-type midfield.

And in the striker's box, despite being only sixteen, Nova Daneraj will take the lead on the offense. As a veteran of the successful U-18 campaign, she knows how to be in the right place at the right time to score goals. The striker and attacking midfield pool is relatively diverse and even in talent, though, so opponents can expect Swan to make semi-frequent substitutions in this area, with Athena Foyner-Evatee (daughter of tennis player Elaine Foyner and midfielder Davalei Evatee, and brother to tennis player Xander) being the most famous among them.

Player Roles
Captain: Miri Windtide
Penalties: Daneraj > Penexan > Falcón
Corners: Falcón or Kymeri
Free kicks: Falcón or Tyadexo-Pyeredax

RP PERMISSIONS

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:

Choose my goalscorers: YES
Godmod scoring events: YES
RP injuries to my players: YES, but most certainly no career-ending injuries (especially in this tournament!)
Godmod injuries to my players: NO
Hand out yellow cards to my players: YES, although read the information section before you decide to hand out a yellow card.
Hand out red cards to my players: YES, although read the information section before you decide to hand out a red card.
Godmod other events: Please PM me on Discord @credo#6104 to discuss. I'm much better at responding to Discord PMs than TGs so you're more likely to get a quicker response from me.

I will ignore cannon any references to a pandemic taking place.
THE REPUBLIC OF CENI
Air Terranea | The Wanderlust Guide to Ceni | Seven Restaurants in Seven Days: Cataloging Cenian Food
Champions: Di Bradini Cup 38, U-18 World Cup 17
Runners-up: Di Bradini Cup 39, Di Bradini Cup 41
NSTT #1s: Lonus Varalin, Ardil Navsal (singles), Gyrachor Rentos (doubles)
UICA Champions' Cup titles (1): 1860 Azoth
World Cup 76, World Cup 79
Baptism of Fire 61
Cup of Harmony 63
Copa Rushmori 41
International Basketball Championships 20
Cenian Open (Grand Slam) 1-7
<Schottia> I always think of Ceni as what it would be like if Long Island was its own nation, ran by Bernie Sanders lol.

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Postby Abanhfleft » Fri Sep 02, 2022 6:17 am

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DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF ABANHFLEFT
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL TEAM - WOMEN'S


This is the third time that Abanhfleft will participate in either the Jenna Raven Cup or the Women's World Cup. The women's team has participated in a fair few number of World Cups, representing Abanhfleft in all of them, but this is the first time that they will be taking part in a tournament that is explicitly marked as the Women's World Cup. With the Samahang Futbol ng Abanhfleft still somewhat undecided on whether to take part in the next edition of the Di Bradini Under-21 World Cup, the SFA has taken the opportunity to blood players from the fringes of the senior national team in this particular tournament to hopefully get a feel on how the young women of today will perform against the other football-playing women of the multiverse.

BASIC INFORMATION
Name of nation: Democratic Republic of Abanhfleft
Demonym: Fleftic
Team colors: White (home), red and blue (away)
Style modifier: +2.5
Formation: 4-2-3-1 (This will be standard unless I change it through RPs)
Head coach: Kate Bernanos (55 y/o, Abanhfleft)

STARTERS
GK: Inocencia PENDERGRAFT 24 y/o, Ogovlich Medusas Image
Inocencia (or Ina for short because let's face it, Ina is much easier to say that Inocencia) is a good goalkeeper by most metrics. However, poor passing skills and the fact that her pace is pretty unsatisfactory in an era of sweepers pretty much kept her rooted to her current club in the second tier of the Fleftic Women's Premier League. She is pretty much expected to stick to staying inside her box as much as possible as she doesn't want her lack of pace to be exposed even more than it already is.

RB: Ilda FAUSTI 24 y/o, Uthilmir United Image
Ilda Fausti is, for all intents and purposes, a very good defender. She has good pace and can quickly recover from a situation where she might get caught out, and her stamina is in such an excellent state that she can cover the entire right flank for the entirety of the ninety minutes and still have enough to spare. The only thing she can't really do is score a goal, and that's not really part of the description of being a fullback, is it?

RCB: Rose BANE 25 y/o, Uthilmir United Image
Rose is perhaps the only member of the defense in that under-18 team in the 13th Under-18 World Cup who managed to escape that collapse with her reputation still fairly intact. Her reward for this is gaining a starting spot in the women's national team for the Jenna Raven/Women's World Cup. Rose generally has a good defensive head on her but is still often overcome by the rashness of youth. Age and experience has finally blunted her eagerness, but there are a few moments here and there where she will still go all in on that slide tackle.

LCB: Margo KAHN 25 y/o, Wanda Island Wanderers Women Image
On the surface, Margo looks like she's a very good defender, and to her credit, she is. It's just that the other parts of her game are very lacking, to say the least. She can't pass to her fellow center back or the goalkeeper to save her life, and once an opposing player gets past her, that's pretty much the end of Margo's defensive involvement. However, Margo is actually good in the air, and that makes her a threat in set pieces no matter who's taking them, her team or the opponent.

LB: Ashley JAXSON 23 y/o, Xemlice Rovers Ladies Image
There isn't a lot that makes Ashley stand out on the pitch. She's a good defender with average stamina and adequate pace, meaning that she can patrol the left flank to her heart's content so long as she isn't exerting herself. She can even send in the occasional cross, but don't expect it to do anything but hit the first defender trying to block it, and even then, Ashley understands that that isn't really part of her job description. But Ashley does stand out on the pitch literally as the only player six feet high or above currently representing the Lady Revolutionaries in this tournament.

RM: Whitney ZILAHI 23 y/o, Sarvusdalamoive Ladies Image
Another player whose looks (or more accurately, what her skills look like) are very much deceiving. Whitney looks like a box-to-box midfielder to the casual observer, and it would look like she has the skills to do the job. Her stamina and pace are both excellent for the job of going back and forth between the boxes, and her passing is so formidable that she can pretty much pass the ball wherever she wants. However, all of this hides the fact that she is actually a poor defender. Then again, with an enforcer like Tatiana Tos by her side, does Whitney really need to be that good at defending?

LM: Tatiana TOS 28 y/o, Xemlice Rovers Ladies Image, captain
Every team worth its salt needs an enforcer in the midfield, and Tatiana Tos is that enforcer. Tatiana was born in the Fhulghamous Peninsula but chose to represent Abanhfleft instead because the Fhulghamous' women's football program is simply woeful, to say the least. This will surely make her want to prove that she truly deserves the call-up to the senior Fleftic team. Five years on and she's still trying to prove herself as she's always been on the outside looking in. Maybe this time, she will finally prove herself to the SFA.

RW: Mae WILBANKS 25 y/o, Riuwiee United Women Image
Mae might just be the winger that Abanhfleft has been looking for all of these years. She has an engine that can make her go up and down the flanks for as long as she needs to, and she has those pinpoint-accurate crosses in her arsenal enabling her to find teammates in the middle of a sea of defenders. She can even get back and defend in the event of a counterattack; she's just that fast. But Mae is really at her best going down the wings and being a threat from the sides, and if she can't cross then she can just go for goal herself.

CAM: Josefine VITAGLIANO 24 y/o, Wanda Island Wanderers Women Image
Another bright spot in that disastrous DBC 48 campaign. Josefine would prefer to be able to become a second striker or a false 9 drifting in and out of pockets of space, and while she is still unable to do that at the moment due to tactics, at least being a central attacking midfielder puts her in a somewhat similar position. Josefine will just have to come from deeper from the field than she would like.

LW: Lily NATIVIDAD 26 y/o, Wanda Island Wanderers Women Image
Lily is of a similar mold to Mae Wilbanks, a creative and effective winger with the speed to come back and serve in defense if needed, but just like Mae, Lily is best utilized as an out-and-out winger who sends crosses into the box and provides a goalscoring threat for the opposition's defense to worry about. However, the one downside to Lily's game is that her stamina sucks. After playing sixty minutes, she just falls off a cliff and is barely even a player. But apart from that, she is no doubt a threat on the pitch.

ST: Hiroko KELLERMAN 27 y/o, Rosenpfelblatz City Women Image, vice-captain
Kellerman won the Golden Boot in the Fleftic Premier Development League 1 for Rosen City Women with a 23-goal haul in the 2028-29 season, earning her a promotion up to the senior women's team where she continued her goalscoring form with 21 goals for 2029-30, making her the highest goalscorer for the Citizens that season. She earned a call-up to the under-21 team for the 48th Di Bradini Cup, where she was one of the few bright spots in an otherwise disastrous campaign which once again convinced the SFA to boycott the Di Bradini Cup yet again. The boycott didn't last for long, but Hiroko herself has become a mainstay in the Fleftic women's team during that time, and she will continue leading the line in the Jenna Raven Cup.

RESERVES
GK: Ayesha OKAMURA 22 y/o, General Santos F.C. Femenina Image (Sultanate of Oontaz)

GK: Celina YUN YOUNG-JA 20 y/o, Porcusces Tsunamis Women Image

DF: Evridiki KONTOS 22 y/o, Marinos Thimpodopoulos Women Image (Fhulghamous Peninsula) playing in Abanhfleft Image

DF: Eloise PAVIA 26 y/o, Wanda Island Wanderers Women Image

DF: Victoriana MARAURI 20 y/o, All-Inclusive Haranguer Image

DF: Djemila KOUICI 22 y/o, Marinos Thimpodopoulos Women Image (Fhulghamous Peninsula) on loan from Riuwiee United Women Image

MF: Ingrid MINDORO 24 y/o, Wanda Island Wanderers Women Image

MF: Christieta-Jennifer MIREILLES 22 y/o, Riuwiee United Women Image

MF: Sasha LARUE 25 y/o, Sarvusdalamoive Ladies Image

MF: Mavis McGLAMERY 25 y/o, Eielo Sunlight Women Image

FW: Laura ABEL 20 y/o, Eielo Sunlight Women Image

FW: Jordyn BERNARDINO 25 y/o, Arsenal de Releinthi Women Image

FW: Clare ADCOCK 23 y/o, Arsenal de Releinthi Women Image

KITS (by Adidulas)
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SCHEDULE
MD1: Abanhfleft vs. Soldera @ May 26 Revolution Memorial Stadium, Riuwiee
MD5: Abanhfleft vs. The Jovannic @ Monsanto Stadium, Releinthi
MD6: Abanhfleft vs. Schima Bas @ IKEA Arena, Wanda City, Wanda Island

FORMATION
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RP PERMISSIONS
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Postby Abanhfleft » Fri Sep 02, 2022 12:34 pm

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The Football Fallacies
with The Man from Markovsky


3RD JENNA RAVEN CUP: SO HOW ARE WE GONNA MESS THIS UP THIS TIME?

Hello and welcome to The Football Fallacies. Right, it’s once again time to break myself out of the glass case marked IN CASE OF EMERGENCY since yet another football competition is upon us. What is this new football competition that’s around the corner? I hear you not asking me at all. Why, it’s nothing else but the 3rd Jenna Raven Cup, which also apparently is now the 16th Women’s World Cup as well. It’s probably a similar deal to how the Di Bradini Cup became the Under-21 World Cup as well. Well, all I know is that Sarzonia is hosting it for the third time running, and this is also the third straight time that the Lady Revolutionaries are taking part. But are they finally going to be able to do better than they did the last time out? Because they did pretty poorly the last time out, if I recall correctly!

But let's let bygones be bygones and look at what we've got to look forward to here in the 3rd Jenna Raven Cup. Abanhfleft have been drawn into Group B along with Schima Bas, Soldera, and the Jovannic Empire. Unfortunately, lads, there just isn't a lot that I could tell you about our opponents. I think this might be the first time that we're meeting them, at least in football. I do recall a brief memory of our baseball team playing a baseball team from Schima Bas. I'll have to take a look at Ibrahim Ahmadinejad's blog history and check if my memory is right or if I'm just talking out of my arse once again. Shoutout to the Armored Dinner Jacket, and if you're into baseball just as much as you are into football then feel free to pay him a visit and tell him I sent you. Oi, Ibra! You're not paying me to plug your bloody blog yet, but you might as well get started on that now! Only kidding, only kidding, of course. But if you'd like to make a personal donation to the good old bank account, my business email is right there…

In all seriousness though, there isn't much that I could tell you all about our groupmates. Our first match will be against Soldera, and there isn't much that I could tell you about them except that I've seen them around before. Some people say that they only got into this competition because of some sort of collusion with the Sarzonian federation, but that sounds a bit far-fetched, even for a conspiracy theory. Then we're up against the Jovannic Empire, another nation that's been here and there for some time but not really making those big waves that you would expect of some nations that have been taking part in these things for a long time. And finally, there's Schima Bas. We played them in baseball once, and that's pretty much the extent of my football-related knowledge about them. If we take all of these things at face value, it seems almost obvious that we are going to be the favorites to win Group B. But remember, we are Abanhfleft. Even if we are the favorites for a particular match, I never believe it until the final whistle is blown. Believe me, I've been burned too many times to trust the bookies anymore.

Now who else should we take a look at in the other groups? How about our former groupmates from the last Jenna Raven Cup? The 14 Stars, that country that always seems like they're being drawn in the same group as us, have finally been put in a different group, but they'll have Galliena for company in Group H, along with Muralos and United Adaikes. StrayaRoos, our third groupmate from the last JRC, is in Group A alongside the hosts Sarzonia, the Vans of Qasden, and the old enemy HUElavia. I really hope that Sarzonia, Qasden, and StrayaRoos absolutely trash HUElavia because I really do not want to play against those yellow-kitted bastards in the Round of 16 once again! Saterun, the nation that knocked us out in the Round of 16 of the first ever Jenna Raven Cup (or it might have been the Mike Sarzo Memorial Cup or the Over-50 World Cup, I can't remember) are in Group D alongside Kriegiersien. Let's hope that those two get embroiled in a race to the bottom of their group. I want to see neither hide nor hair of those two teams near my Revolutionaries!

Look, I really wish that I have more to say about our groupmates or the tournament itself, but there really isn't a lot to go on at the moment. It's a World Cup for women, and though our group looks easy, looks can be very deceiving. I don't expect much against Soldera, but I'm pretty sure I'll still be disappointed anyway. Well, that's all that there is from me now. If you've got any comments or thoughts of your own about Group B or predictions against Soldera then feel free to leave them down below. Until then, I've been the Man from Markovsky, bracing myself for the inevitable disappointment from my country.
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Postby Sarzonia » Fri Sep 02, 2022 5:31 pm

I'm not feeling well so Matchday 1 will be postponed 24 hours
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Postby Commonwealth of Baker Park » Sat Sep 03, 2022 12:23 am

© Sporting Times Weekend 2022
BP Women look to take next step
by Mindy Cartwright, National Soccer Editor

The Baker Park National Women's Team will open play in the 3rd Jenna Raven Cup/Women's World Cup 16 when they face Ceni at the Queen Victoria Stadium on matchday 1, and the focus in camp leading up to competition has been on integrating 10 uncapped players into the squad to play alongside a core of veterans that range in experience from Lainey Wasdsworth (104 caps) to Beth Rossi, who will start in goal on her tenth NT appearance.

Most surprising is the inclusion of Sherwood Forest Ladies star Alicia Craig without her club teammate Ayana West; Manager Tony Weiss explained the thinking of the brain trust at Birkenfeld in electing to split the prolific forward duo up.
"We asked AC if she wanted to play more of the role she plays at Forest than the way we've used her on the NT, which is what Tree (Daniel Pryor) brings to their partnership. Lainey is not going to play as much and we want to get her in the lineup with Karrie (Price) and Ser (Serena McDavid). We want to mix & match and find some more pure forwards who are comfortable in the slot position so moving AC higher in the attack will give us a better balance in rotating lineups over a six match group stage"

The first time cappies come from a cross section of the rising talent in the WNL and the National Conference; Lucy Fallon of Lima City United will make her NT debut at 28 after having been squeezed out by the numbers crunch in defense and will be a rare first time cap in the mixed gender era who has no previous age group NT caps.

With utilization of home and away group stage fixtures, Weiss was able to bring in a few extra selections to get more depth across the squad; having Hailey Reinhart-Zavaros as his #2--who managed the last Wonder Cup squad that included a few of this group's current members--will bring better understanding of the strengths that individuals bring to the pitch.

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Rossi; S Knight, Kucera, Walker; Eichorn, Ryan, Kirby, Reynolds (C); Price; Craig, Khan
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Postby United Adaikes » Sat Sep 03, 2022 4:37 am

The fine ladies from the United Adaikes are back after 8 years! And they brought new faces...
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Head Coach	Star Marquez	F	59	Bridlo Riddles
Asst Head Coach Teri Kersey F 40 Gasple Dynamic
Asst Coach Cody Gates M 45 Bridlo Riddles
Asst Coach Pearlie Ruiz F 43 Gasple Dynamic
GK Coach Melvyn Adkins M 40 Bridlo Riddles

Pos Name Nr Age Team Remarks
GK Lora Barnet 23 31 North Shil Silent Vipers
DF Nova Fields 15 29 Gasple Dynamic
DF Leta Delgado 3 28 Bridlo Riddles
DF Lorainne Kennard 4 29 East Fairdesshields Eagles Vice-captain
DF Mimi Yoxall 14 24 Perthdoches Hyenas
MF Lorie Marsh 6 33 Perthdoches Hyenas
MF Alexina Willoughby 25 35 Fort Bloom Crocodiles
MF Christi Lamb 26 25 Fort Bloom Crocodiles
MF Joanne Lane 9 31 Wrarnerbadshot Watchers Captain
FW Raelyn Weston 10 28 North Shil Silent Vipers
FW Sonya Kynaston 20 29 Wrarnerbadshot Watchers
GK Mikki Walters 24 30 Wrarnerbadshot Watchers
FW Marylu Everett 21 32 East Fairdesshields Eagles
DF Leire Lowry 13 35 Fort Bloom Crocodiles
MF Liv Torres 27 24 Gasple Dynamic
DF Arin Scriven 28 24 East Fairdesshields Eagles
FW Alivia Quincy 22 25 Steskia Kings
DF Nayara Madison 29 24 Steskia Kings
MF Chelsea Haley 30 24 Perthdoches Hyenas
FW Everlee Small 31 25 Wrarnerbadshot Watchers
MF Magaly Close 32 26 Bridlo Riddles
FW Shantel Magro 33 23 Perthdoches Hyenas
GK Laura Quincy 12 35 Gasple Dynamic


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Kits with the United Adaikes National Football Team logo on the white sleeve of the uniform


Home Stadium:
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One of the two football stadiums in the capital of the Sports Capital of the country, in Steskia, Thraproy, the United Adaikes Sports Arena is the second-largest sporting stadium in the United Adaikes. It has a seating capacity of 57, 000.


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Postby HUElavia » Sat Sep 03, 2022 7:26 am

XI vs StrayaRoos:
1 Petit, 4 Couto, 2 Pillpe, 3 Higashi, 5 Rosado, 6 Font, 8 Bellerose, 11 Amezcua, 10 Duarte, 7 Honda (C), 9 Nascimento
Special Uniform will be worn.


Shine On Ladies!

HUElavia enters the Women's World Cup with optimism and momentum for the tournament!


Once again, HUElavia returns to the Jenna Raven Cup, formally known as the Women's World Cup. Las Amarillas/As Amarelas are coming in with some of the members having been part of the National Team that successfully defended their title in the 16th Independent Associations Championship, along with new faces. For the team and the fans, there are murmurs that this could be a team that can go deep.

Coach Aveiro has been tasked to manage the Women's Team once again, given his success with the National Team so far, and has picked his regulars from the roster that was used in IAC 16, while also picking some more younger players, mainly from the U21 team, to develop them and look into using them for the upcoming World Cup Qualifiers. Some of the notable new faces for this tournament includes Lacerda, Si, Belluci, Xuan, and Hwangbo.

HUElavia was drawn into Group A with the likes of Sarzonia, StrayaRoos, and Qasden, which is a pretty strong group for the level of talent all four nations possess. There is optimism that while it is a strong group, they can advance to the knockouts if they perform well.

The HUElavian Government, Local Governments and the HUElavian Football Association have negotiated for the venues to be used in the Group Stage, and three have been announced for the three home games Las Amarillas/As Amarelas will play. They are as follows: Estádio Costeiro (78,000) in HUEsilia, Estadio Hueti (63,000) in Jinaqa, and Hangul Stadium (55,000) in Gyeongan. The stadiums will host Sarzonia, Qasden, and StrayaRoos respectively.

Fans will be flocking to the stadiums to watch the games, where ticket demand has been very high, and the HFA has allowed 85% of tickets to be sold to the HUElavian public, while 15% is sold to the visitors to allow their fans to travel to HUElavia.

It may be a challenging group, but such is expected in a growing tournament as the Women's World Cup. Here's to hoping our opening match versus StrayaRoos is a great one!

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The Jovannic
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Postby The Jovannic » Sun Sep 04, 2022 12:04 am

Memories of Sarzonia - The Mike Sarzo Memorial Trophy

With the Jenna Raven Cup being organised by Sarzonia, this will lead to some long term fans remembering The Jovannic's surprising run in the Mike Sarzo Memorial Trophy, reaching an unprecedented third place and giving our country our first top three finish in a major tournament outside the Olympics. While this was achieved by the Men's team, we hope this ability can be translated over to the Empresses.

This started with a 4-1 demolition of the Busoga Islands, which had a KGB of 16.16, about 8 times more than our team had at that point. Making use of blistering runs through the defence, we were clinical in every opportunity that came our way. The "Portland Final" would be against Melbergia, which would prove to be a much tougher game; both sides would be stuck on 2 goals apiece at the full time whistle, and it would take a moment of brilliance from substitute Sami Ning to bring us to the semi-finals after extra time.

A finalist appearance would be interrupted by Oakwood Landing, who took us on blow for blow, with us coming out worse in a 2-1 affair. While this stopped any chance of a Historic 1st Place. Our 3PPO was against the Cordian Isles. It was merely a formality, but The Jovannic took no chances, blasting three past without reply.

This happened a rather long time ago, but we hope the attacking prowess we showed throughout that competition will translate well to the Empresses as they take on Schima Bas on Matchday 1.

All Hail The Jovannic!
ALL HAIL THE JOVANNIC!!!

Sporting Achievements:
1st:
2nd:
3rd: 3rd Jenna Raven Cup, Mike Sarzo Memorial Trophy
4th: NS World Cup of Masters I
Semi-finals: IFC1
Honourable Mentions: Olympic Sliver Medal in Football (XIV Olympiad)

Charging forward to return to glory! (II)


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StrayaRoos
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StrayaRoos Roster

Postby StrayaRoos » Sun Sep 04, 2022 12:22 am

Goalkeepers
01:Amina Şeyma,23
02:Marilag Giuseppa,24
03:Maja Salacia,19

Defenders
04:Vonahe'e Muire,34
05:Nigar Paula,27
06:Urszula Chinwe,16
07:Muirenn Cyan,23
08:Jola Séarlait,21
09:Ade Morgen,20
10:Precious Teuta,31

Midfielders
11:Ibtisam Zümra,23
12:Yasmeen Karmen,20
13:Haris Aliz,31
14:Beatrix Tina,19
15:Palmer Wynter,22
16:Korë Hecate,32
17:Kristina Iris,18
18:Londyn Vanamo,23
19:Kavitha Yolotzin,28
21:Ella Vidya,21

Forwards
20:Alana Kerr,20 (Captain)
21:Averie Ivanka,21
22:Wilma Magda,32
23:Kaniehtiio Lindiwe,16
24:Kersti Ukaleq,18
25:Rhachel Erika,24

Formation
Şeyma
Muire|Paula|Chinwe
Zümra|Karmen|Aliz|Tina
Ivanka|Madga
Kerr

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Postby Saterun » Tue Sep 06, 2022 4:34 pm

OOC: When is this thing gonna start?
Gold Medals: Big Seven Nine Conference Tourny NSCAA 13
Silver Medals: Women's World Cup 14|Jenna Raven Cup 1
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Postby Lisander » Tue Sep 06, 2022 7:55 pm

Saterun wrote:OOC: When is this thing gonna start?


If I recall correctly, Sarzonia wasn't feeling well recently. I'm not sure what were troubling him, however I wish he's well. Let's keep an eye.

(I'll edit this with a roleplay later.)
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