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Lofia wrote:By the way, congratulations to The Forest of Aeneas for their passed GA resolution #611 "End Collective Punishment"!

Thanks :D

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On another note, I'd urge a vote against the at-vote GA proposal. It's rushed, needs more work, and also partially plagiarised. I'd support a proposal like this in principle, but as I said on the forum: Firstly, 1.a mandates 'the right to be tested for serious illnesses the crime victim may have been exposed to during the act of the crime'. However, the exposure during that crime may have had nothing to do with the crime. For example, if someone tries to shoot someone at a mall but fails, and a bypasser happens to have a serious transmittible illness, the crime victim is likely to have been exposed to that serious illness during that crime, even to a bypasser having a serious transmittible illness had nothing to do with that murder attempt. Moreover, I am concerned by the use of the word 'may'. I may have been exposed to Transmittible Serious Illness 69420 because there is the off chance that my neighbour has it. That is unlikely, but I still 'may' have, and it is certainly within the realm of probability. This is impractical and cries for the moon.

1.c is also a meaningless requirement. While the accused cannot 'directly' contact the crime victim, they may do so 'indirectly'. For example, they may hire someone to pass a message to the accused, while this resolution stands in blissful ignorance. Moreover, I'm confused as to why the definition excludes those who are charged with 'another crime that occurred as a result from the same occurrence or incident'. In nations where self-defence is illegal, for example, a member state can exclude crime victims from their mandates if they make even the smallest effort at self-defence.

Good morning

After years of clawing my way through the mud, I mean after years of doing hard manual labor in a coal mine, I mean, after months of answering issues (there it is!), I have finally muscled my way back to No. 1 in Forest for Civil Rights! In the meantime, I've also been at No. 1 in Forest for Political Freedoms. So yeah, my imaginary country is doing pretty well. The real world? Well.... *glances outside* But life in Ruinenlust is just great.

I hope that everyone is doing well! I haven't been as active lately, because the end of the school year (and the beginning of the growing season in terms of gardening) always coincide now to take away virtually all of my time, but hopefully within a week or so I'll be more involved again. I do monitor things on a daily basis, though, so no worries. :-)

Ruinenlust wrote: (and the beginning of the growing season in terms of gardening)

My garden is coming along nicely! Have about 90 tomato plants, 30 peppers, cucumbers, squash, eggplant, onions, watermelon, cantaloupe, green beans, black eyed peas, green peas, butter beans, lima beans, potatoes, and corn! I think that's everything vegetable wise (tomato is technically a fruit)!

On the fruit side of things I have strawberries, blackberries, cherries, and apples.

Also have a variety of herbs!

I'll be eating good this summer (and winter!)!

Hi everyone! Sorry to bug everyone, but I just wanted to go over a couple things with everyone.

So, about a week ago I asked about lowering the percentage thresholds for booting FKs out of office and proposing constitution amendments (see: page=rmb/postid=47548820). I'm hoping to soon move forward with a draft for us to discuss (when time is kind to me or if someone else feels like drafting it ;p) before calling it to vote, so it'll be a fairly involved process, but thus far the feedback I've gotten so far has mostly been positive for amendments but more cautionary for recall elections - which I can definitely see, given foreign invasions/coups and the like.

Now before we even get anything drafted, I just wanted to remind everyone of it and see if I could get more feedback. Aside from not wanting to tamper with recall elections too much (and as such, if I even do see to lowering it even slightly, it'll be its own, separate proposal), combined with something else I'll mention at the end of this post, I'd like to primarily focus on the constitutional amendment percentage.

I haven't seen too much argument against having it at around 10% (which I personally think is still high, but understandable) with measures for if we become a very small region again (like a minimum of 3 counted as well as 10% of all WA nations). That said, I did want to highlight Uan's post: page=rmb/postid=47567440.

I personally really this this looser, more informal option, as it basically allows for more flexibility on the government's part as well as the potential proposer's side, since "considerable interest" is probably a lower number than a strict percentage, as could probably be better discerned whether such interest is legitimate or just puppet spam. I actually personally would prefer this option, but since the draft would either be something similar to this or something similar to the above, I wanted everyone's input on which they preferred before anything else happens. Or maybe you prefer neither and would either like to see no change or some other alternative - let me know!

I'd also point out that this could theoretically work as a solution for FK recall election, although in fairness I feel like that gives a bit too much discretion to the party whose eligibility is thrown into question. i.e. Just wanted to throw it out there despite my personally finding that to be a not-great idea. xD

Speaking of, as promised, I'd also like to make a quick mention of the recall election % decrease. Personally, I'd be in favor of lowering it to even as low as 25%, but I also have seen a general consensus that folks don't really want to tamper with it. I understand being weary myself, especially in the instance of a potential coup of some kind or as a way of wreaking unnecessary havoc on the region (see: military gameplay). With only a 6-month term to deal with the FK to begin with, that might just not be a worthwhile tradeoff. As such, I probably will put that idea in my "not for now" bin, unless anyone would like to express their interest in such a change. (Sidenote: I'd also note I originally said "10%", so if you guys like this "25%" figure better - as I do ;p - let me know lol)

I think that's all I wanted to cover for now. Again, lots of other ideas "down the road" should anyone be interested, and you're free to poke around in { https://forest.freeflarum.com/d/229-ultimate-requests-thread } if you want to look at other ideas and voice your opinions, but not wanting to overload anyone (myself included) I myself will leave that up to you.

Oh and speaking of, if you have any ideas yourself, feel free to mention them anywhere I can see it and I can add it there. ;)

Lofia wrote:Speaking of music, I was thinking of setting our regional anthem recently. I'm leaning more towards Celtic music that has forest vibes like https://youtu.be/akt13KLnJyg "Forest Folk" by Adrian von Ziegler . Though Celtic rock would be nice too.

How about some Peat Bog Faeries? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEC4eSVtBgQ

Late contribution to the music topic, but through a quirk of the algorithm I've just discovered Polish pianist Hania Rani and am completely transported. Amazing stuff, cannot overstate how beautiful this is.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFRdoYfZYUY

Alcantaria, Jutsa, Mount Seymour, Lofia, and 2 othersNation of Ecologists, and The most serene republicans

Nation of Ecologists wrote:I'm currently going through another Led Zeppelin phase

*throws up the horns*

I was recently having a conversation with friends about whether Led Zeppelin were retaining their cultural cache with younger generations, or if they were becoming just another lame "dad rock" band in the eyes of the youth. It's hard for me to acknowledge that they may no longer be the epitome of rock. But I'm pretty sure you're younger than me, so I'm taking this as a good sign.

Also, I still put on Muse's "Absolution" with decent regularity. It's really carved out a niche for itself in my music listening, being precisely what hits the spot when in a certain, difficult to define mood.

Lofia wrote:Speaking of music, I was thinking of setting our regional anthem recently. I'm leaning more towards Celtic music that has forest vibes like https://youtu.be/akt13KLnJyg "Forest Folk" by Adrian von Ziegler . Though Celtic rock would be nice too.

That's lovely, I do enjoy that sort of folksy enchanted music. If I may recommend something more Norse than Celtic, these really hit the spot for me:

Sequentia - Ragnarok
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghq4nrvldkY

Garmarna - Vittrad
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zn9v54qm5VM

I'm on a mission to read all rmb guidelines, and you guys are next!

It’s true that Forest is much larger than when I wrote the constitution. I suppose lowering the recall threshold now does make sense so that it is practical to recall.

Ransium wrote:It’s true that Forest is much larger than when I wrote the constitution. I suppose lowering the recall threshold now does make sense so that it is practical to recall.

Honestly, looking on the Texas archives Forest really was much smaller e.g. seven years ago that I'd thought.

Station 8 wrote:How about some Peat Bog Faeries? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEC4eSVtBgQ

The Shalotte Peat Harvesting Guild approves of this message.

As it's quiet I'd like to take another opportunity to plug this joint event organised by our allies in Portugal and also featuring our embassy partners Europe and 10000 Islands. Jutsa and I will be among the judges in some of the categories.

Is the camera rolling? Let's do this then!

Welcome to the First Edition of the Lusitanian Games (or Lusitaníadas in our oh so tongue-twisting Portuguese). In a never-seen-before attempt, Portugal, Europe, Forest and 10000 Islands came together to offer a fun and engaging time for all the NationStates multiverse: a cultural competition! Consisting of three seperate competitions - Writing, Photography and Flag Design - we hope these games may bring forth some peaceful banter and aid in the strengthening of bonds during such turbulent times. Without further ado, let the games begin!


How can I participate?

Regardless of your region, status in the WA, heck as long as you have a pulse you may join any of the three competitions we have in store for you!
But first, please read the rules below (click the images) and, when your project is finished, send it in the appropriate medium via telegram to each competition's judges.


Tournaments


Anything else?

We highly recommend you join Linkour discord server where you can keep up with the latest news on the event!


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There are contests in writing, photography and flag design. Forest has held multiple competitions in the first two of these and is a hive of creativity in the third, so it would be fantastic to see some Forest entries.

That has to be a depiction of Lusitanian freedom fighter Viriathus, nicknamed Terror Romanorum.

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Quick Backstory
The Phillip Islander Prime Minister Lisa Davidson and her cabinet proposed to have someone redesign the GP circuit in order to increase safety at the track and to improve the circuit's FIA grading in order to attract more racing series to the island, as well as convince the ones that were already there to stay for longer. They contacted a few designing firms, before they stumbled upon Apex Circuit Designs. They were interested in a redesign too so they went to work. They came up with this and when it was complete, the cabinet held a referendum to make this concept reality. 76% of the voting citizens approved of the redesign and ground was to be broken in early 2013. However, the coffers bled dry after only 2 weeks of working and thus the GP Circuit has not changed after all.

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New dispatch dropped

Wouldn't it be cool if one of the outcomes of issue nr. 1302 'The [nation] Identity' would offer you the possibility to change the name of your nation?

Not that I am dissatisfied with 'Rakavo' btw.

Rakavo wrote:Wouldn't it be cool if one of the outcomes of issue nr. 1302 'The [nation] Identity' would offer you the possibility to change the name of your nation?

Not that I am dissatisfied with 'Rakavo' btw.

Rakovo is a good, solid name.

I'm not keen on changing nation names. It's hard enough to keep track of people over the years as it is!

"Seconds ago: Brellach was reclassified from "Corrupt Dictatorship" to "Mother Knows Best State"."

Brellach has finally made it back to her rightful classification. Praise be to Her Divine Glory!

Now I just have to get the tax rate down, the economic strength down, and the civil rights up, without changing classifications.

Rakavo wrote:Wouldn't it be cool if one of the outcomes of issue nr. 1302 'The [nation] Identity' would offer you the possibility to change the name of your nation?

Not that I am dissatisfied with 'Rakavo' btw.

It’s not technically possible to change your nations name, otherwise I certainly would have made it an option.

I'd absolutely change my nation's name if I could. On the other hand it's already difficult enough to keep track of which puppets and alter egos are the same person, so I can understand why it's not allowed. And if I did change it to something that didn't make me cringe I'd have to start a lot of messages by explaining who I was, so I wouldn't really get away from the old version.

The most serene republicans

Uan aa Boa wrote:I'd absolutely change my nation's name if I could. On the other hand it's already difficult enough to keep track of which puppets and alter egos are the same person, so I can understand why it's not allowed. And if I did change it to something that didn't make me cringe I'd have to start a lot of messages by explaining who I was, so I wouldn't really get away from the old version.

Uan aa Boa is a fun name though! It's the perfect name to say while using a mouth prop

Role-Play

The Women's National team of Ardelark becomes the Only Forestian Football Association to take part in the second edition of the DSAFF Rose Cup, Hosted in Yucatan, 2022.

Ardelark started its second appearance in the Rose Cup Editions with a win over Safiloa by 2-0.

In the next Matchday, Ardelark met Syndic Australia, where the Sand Vixens scored a 3-1 win over the Australics.

Tomorrow, Kanoshu will be Ardelark's last rival from Group B, However, The qualification to the next round has been already secured after those two valuable wins.

More about the tournament can be found here:

2022 DSAFF Rose Cup

Tournament details

Host country

Republic of Yucatan

Dates

20 May - 12 June 2022

Teams

16 (from 4 regions)

Edition

2nd

Final positions

Champions

Yucatan

Runners-up

Ardelark

Third place

Nordustra

Fourth place

Lannistter

Tournament statistics

Matches played

32

Goals scored

85 (2.66 per match)

Attendance

1,229,510
(38,422 per match)

Top scorer

Sara Rodríguez
(4 goals)

Best player

Sara Rodríguez

Best goalkeeper

Leïla Shennouf

Best coach

Lara Ingebrite

The 2022 DSAFF Rose Cup, also known as 2022 Rose Cup or simply Yucatan 2022, was the second and last edition of the Rose Cup, the flagship women's football tournament organized by the football federation of Delusia, the DSAFF (Democratic Socialist Assembly Football Federation). It took place from 20 May to 12 June 2022 in Yucatan.

Sixteen teams took part in the tournament, out of the 31 under the aegis of DSAFF at the time. A total of thirty-two matches were played around the nation, in eight different locations. Eighty-five goals were scored. Host nation Yucatan won the final match in the Estadio Olímpico Luis Rivera of Mérida - Yucatan's capital city, by defeating Ardelark's national team.

The event featured a number of accolades. Yucatec player Sara Rodríguez, also top goalscorer with four goals scored, was voted the tournament's best player. Ardelark's Leïla Shennouf was voted as best goalkeeper, while Nordustra's coach Lara Ingebrite was voted best coach.

The day after the end of the competition, DSAFF decided to delete the Rose Cup format, in order to break down all gender barriers inside the federation. After a voting process that confirmed President Oiktirmon-Nicao Paidarion's proposal, DSAFF pledged to no longer use gender as a ground for discrimination. As a result of the vote, the football federations of Ardelark, Torshavnia and Zemlyazvezd decided to leave the federation.


History

For the first time in its history, DSAFF organized the second edition of its own tournament. Although the congress was already discussing the possible removal of the gender barrier and consequently the elimination of distinctions between women's and men's tournaments, the federation still decided to organize the second edition of the Rose Cup. Given the great growth of DSAFF, the format the tournament was expanded to allow sixteen teams to take part. The Rose Cup 2022 saw the debut in an official DSAFF tournament of the national teams of Fushcor, Hortizo and Nordustra. On the other hand, in addition to the previously named teams, the national teams of Kanoshu, Kazanaty and Veyoris made their debut in a Rose Cup edition. All rookies were eliminated at the group stage except Kanoshu and Nordustra.

Host nation


"Brillantez Pasión", Werka's ball
for the tournament's group stage.

As the only nation to have officially submitted a bid, on 3 March 2022 the Republic of Yucatan was officially elected as the host country of the second edition of the Rose Cup. Yucatan had recently hosted the 2021-22 DSAFF Blossom League Final Four and was therefore already in the best conditions to host a major new tournament. FYF (Yucatan Football Federation) had also just earned second place in the Hospitality Award, the trophy awarded annually by DSAFF to the best tournament host country. The two largest stadiums in the country, the Estadio Olímpico Luis Rivera in Mérida and the Estadio Andrés Campos in Cancún, therefore did not need modernization. Initially aiming to organize a tournament that could involve 24 teams, Yucatan decided with the DSAFF Congress that the competition would involve sixteen teams and therefore made available another six stadiums in six other different cities.

The FYF decided to entrust the Ardelark's Werka brand with the task of creating the official logo of the competition. A team led by Taskania's designer Sara Yakoub presented the official logo on March 31, completely changing the previous edition's one. Werka also presented the official tournament balls for the first time in DSAFF history. The line was called "Brillantez". Two different balls were presented: "Brillantez Pasión" for the group stage, characterized by the colors of the Yucatec flag; and "Brillantez Campeón", for the final phase of the tournament, characterized by the main presence of the green color.

Venues

A total of eight different stadiums and locations were chosen to host the Rose Cup:

  • Estadio Olímpico Luis Rivera, Mérida (capacity: 75,000)

  • Estadio Andrés Campos, Cancún (capacity: 52,725)

  • Estadio Antonio Flores, Tuxtla Gutiérrez (capacity: 35,000)

  • Estadio Petromaya, Campeche (capacity: 32,500)

  • ICBL Arena, Playa del Carmen (capacity: 30,000)

  • Estadio Félix Rojas, Villahermosa (capacity: 28,000)

  • Arena Coral, Puerto Váliz (capacity: 25,000)

  • Estadio Municipal Carlos Ruíz, Guatemala (capacity: 25,000)

In addition, the following training camps were made available to the national teams:

  • Greater Mérida (3 teams)

  • Cancún (2 teams)

  • Greater Guatemala (2 teams)

  • Playa del Carmen (2 teams)

  • Campeche

  • Ciudad del Carmen

  • Chetumal

  • Puerto Váliz

  • Tapachula

  • Tuxtla Gutiérrez

  • Villahermosa


Match officials

Referee

Assistant referees

Referee

Assistant referees

Nassira Yakoub

Benmisoum Salima
Shakera Sadoun

Susana Fournier

Adrienne Xylander
Jessica Weeber

Bloasry Vivianne

Feliaa Musthofas
Hoskin Bisholia

Elena Hammehøj

Mikkæl Harmansen
Tōve Kjeskā

Tiphanie Albrici

Fadzai Leclercq
Nora Nelli

Krystina Comstock

Meaghan Strickland
Monique Campos

Sará Vilané

Vene Talísase
Vustia Talísase

Aliaskka Kudraankova

Sandiita Korculinnova
Kirba Sakerplnova

Chärissä Lovenkä

Bajtinä Carlenkä
Mariettä Öbblösnyevä

Olivia González

Angela Morales
Fernanda Alcocer


List of participating teams

Team

Region

DSAFF code

Details

Rank

Republic of Yucatan

Democratic Socialist Assembly

YUC

Yucatec Women's National Football Team

8

Lannistter

Conch Kingdom

LAN

-

1

Ukotrium

Democratic Socialist Assembly

UKO

-

2

Veyoris

Democratic Socialist Assembly

MEX

-

3

Ardelark

Forest

ARK

-

4

Safiloa

Eurth

SAF

-

5

Torshavnese Empire

Democratic Socialist Assembly

TOR

-

6

Talamia

Democratic Socialist Assembly

TAL

-

7

Itini

Democratic Socialist Assembly

ITI

-

10

Kazanaty

Democratic Socialist Assembly

KAZ

Kazanaty Women's National Football Team

12

Syndic Australia

Democratic Socialist Assembly

SNA

Syndic Australia Europic Football Team

13

Zemlyazvezd

Democratic Socialist Assembly

ZEM

-

14

Nordustra

Forest

NOR

Nordustra Women's National Football Team

17

Hortizo

Democratic Socialist Assembly

HOR

-

22

Kanoshu

Democratic Socialist Assembly

KAN

-

25

Fushcor

Democratic Socialist Assembly

FUS

-

31


Format

Sixteen women's football federations around DSAFF decided to take part in the tournament. The format was subsequently expanded in order to to accommodate the new number of teams and to meet the growth of the federation.

In the first group stage each team plays three matches within its group. The winners and the runners-up qualify for the knockout stage. This stage consists of the quarter-finals, semi-finals, third place play-off and final. In total, 32 games were played.

Ranking criteria
If teams will level on points, they will be ranked on the following criteria in order:

  • Most points earned in matches against other teams in the tie

  • Greatest goal difference in matches against other teams in the tie

  • Greatest number of goals scored in matches against other teams in the tie

  • If teams will remain level after those criteria, a mini-group would be formed from those teams, who will be ranked on:

    • Greatest total goal difference in the three group matches

    • Greatest number of goals scored in the three group matches

    If teams will remain level after all these criteria, DSAFF will hold a drawing of lots.


Results

Group stage

All times are Central European Summer Time (CEST).

In the following tables:

  • Pld = total games played

  • W = total games won

  • D = total games drawn (tied)

  • L = total games lost

  • GF = total goals scored (goals for)

  • GA = total goals conceded (goals against)

  • GD = goal difference (GF−GA)

  • Pts = total points accumulated

Group A

Pos

Team

Pld

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Pts

1

Republic of Yucatan

3

2

1

0

6

2

+4

7

2

Talamia

3

1

2

0

5

4

+1

5

3

Hortizo

3

1

1

1

3

4

-1

4

4

Kazanaty

3

0

0

3

2

6

-4

0

20 May 2022
22:00
Estadio Olímpico Luis Rivera, Mérida
Attendance: 75,000
Referee: Susana Fournier (UFS Mexico)
Yucatan 2−0 Kazanaty
S. Rodríguez ⚽ 67'
C. Yépez ⚽ 78'

21 May 2022
20:00
Estadio Antonio Flores, Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Attendance: 33,402
Referee: Tiphanie Albrici (Gondwana)
Talamia 1−1 Hortizo
S. Hylè ⚽ 60'
72' ⚽ R. Fírano

24 May 2021
20:00
Estadio Félix Rojas, Villahermosa
Attendance: 23,284
Referee: Krystina Comstock (St. Ignatius and Cooke)
Hortizo 2−1 Kazanaty
E. Ritogao ⚽ 25'
41' ⚽ L. Naumov
M. Pasian ⚽ 89'

22:00
Estadio Andrés Campos, Cancún
Attendance: 52,097
Referee: Aliaskka Kudraankova (Torshavnese Empire)
Yucatan 2−2 Talamia
17' ⚽ K. Peridromos
F. Ramos ⚽ 43'
V. Flores ⚽ 64'
73' ⚽ X. Kalapogeuma

28 May 2022
20:00
ICBL Arena, Playa del Carmen
Attendance: 27,569
Referee: Bloasry Vivianne (Fushcor)
Kazanaty 1–2 Talamia
L. Kristoffersen ⚽ 73'
89' ⚽ S. Hylè
90' ⚽ K. Peridromos

22:00
Arena Coral, Puerto Váliz​
Attendance: 24,074
Referee: Elena Hammehøj (Nordustra)
Hortizo 0–2 Yucatan
15' ⚽ A. Valadez
41' ⚽ S. Díaz


Group B

Pos

Team

Pld

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Pts

1

Ardelark

3

2

0

1

7

3

+3

6

2

Kanoshu

3

1

1

1

6

6

0

4

3

Syndic Australia

3

1

1

1

4

5

-1

4

4

Safiloa

3

1

0

2

2

4

-2

3

21 May 2022
20:00
Estadio Municipal Carlos Ruíz, Guatemala
Attendance: 26,887
Referee: Olivia González (Yucatan)
Syndic Australia 2–2 Kanoshu
V. Aleotti ⚽ 5'
13' ⚽ N. Kame
L. Warren ⚽ 36'
53' ⚽ F. Yuriko

22:00
Estadio Andrés Campos, Cancún
Attendance: 50,089
Referee: Krystina Comstock (St. Ignatius and Cooke)
Ardelark 2–0 Safiloa
F. Meïsoun ⚽ 13', 50'

25 May 2022
20:00
Arena Coral, Puerto Váliz​
Attendance: 22,836
Referee: Bloasry Vivianne (Fushcor)
Kanoshu 1–2 Safiloa
N. Kame ⚽ 21'
37' ⚽ D. Suboni (pen.)
74' ⚽ L. Fala

22:00
Estadio Antonio Flores, Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Attendance: 32,314
Referee: Elena Hammehøj (Nordustra)
Ardelark 3–1 Syndic Australia
H. Kandil ⚽ 12'
37' ⚽ H. Sanders
S. Mandelbrot ⚽ 65'
N. Halkoum ⚽ 86'

29 May 2022
20:00
Estadio Petromaya, Campeche
Attendance: 28,548
Referee: Sará Vilané (Hortizo)
Safiloa 0–1 Syndic Australia
43' ⚽ D. Yaşaroğlu

22:00
Estadio Olímpico Luis Rivera, Mérida
Attendance: 73,981
Referee: Aliaskka Kudraankova (Torshavn)
Kanoshu 3–2 Ardelark
N. Kame ⚽ 21'
M. Kiyomi ⚽ 36'
41' ⚽ F. Meïsoun
80' ⚽ S. Mandelbrot
N. Aoi ⚽ 87'

Group C

Pos

Team

Pld

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Pts

1

Nordustra

3

1

1

1

3

3

0

4

2

Ukotrium

3

1

1

1

2

2

0

4

3

Torshavnese Empire

3

1

1

1

2

2

0

4

4

Veyoris

3

1

1

1

1

1

0

4

22 May 2022
20:00
ICBL Arena, Playa del Carmen
Attendance: 29,743
Referee: Nassira Yakoub (Ardelark)
Nordustra 1–1 Torshavnese Empire
K. Ojeveit ⚽ 57'
37' ⚽ K. Esenova

22:00
Arena Coral, Puerto Váliz​
Attendance: 23,178
Referee: TBA
Ukotrium 0–0 Veyoris

26 May 2022
20:00
Estadio Olímpico Luis Rivera, Mérida
Attendance: 65,376
Referee: Tiphanie Albrici (Gondwana)
Torshavnese Empire 1–0 Veyoris
N. Naevnii ⚽ 76'

22:00
Estadio Petromaya, Campeche
Attendance: 31,022
Referee: Chärissä Lovenkä (Lannistter)
Ukotrium 1–2 Nordustra
20' ⚽ J. Østegårde
36' ⚽ L. Jakobinesen
V. Fonseca ⚽ 80'

30 May 2022
20:00
Estadio Andrés Campos, Cancún
Attendance: 49,514
Referee: TBA
Veyoris 1–0 Nordustra
L. Sorensnes ⚽ 56' (o.g.)

22:00
Estadio Félix Rojas, Villahermosa
Attendance: 26,739
Referee: Susana Fournier (UFS Mexico)
Torshavnese Empire 0–1 Ukotrium
90+3' ⚽ A. Coimbra


Group D

Pos

Team

Pld

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Pts

1

Lannistter

3

2

1

0

8

1

+7

7

2

Zemlyazvezd

3

2

1

0

5

1

+4

7

3

Itini

3

1

0

2

2

6

-4

3

4

Fushcor

3

0

0

3

1

8

-7

0

23 May 2022
20:00
Estadio Petromaya, Campeche
Attendance: 29,726
Referee: Chärissä Lovenkä (Lannistter)
Itini 0–1 Zemlyazvezd
35' ⚽ M. Stepanova

22:00
Estadio Olímpico Luis Rivera, Mérida
Attendance: 74,394
Referee: Sará Vilané (Hortizo)
Lannistter 3–0 Fushcor
Ë. Sstrëuben ⚽ 32'
C. Güstther ⚽ 73'
V. Unbehaun ⚽ 89'

27 May 2022
20:00
Estadio Municipal Carlos Ruíz, Guatemala
Attendance: 21,405
Referee: TBA
Zemlyazvezd 3–0 Fushcor
A. Makarova ⚽ 14', 80'
R. Mikhailova ⚽ 52'

22:00
Estadio Andrés Campos, Cancún
Attendance: 51,974
Referee: Olivia González (Yucatan)
Lannistter 4–0 Itini
Ö. Väkku ⚽ 17'
C. Güstther ⚽ 33', 76'
H. Frëussëll ⚽ 89'

31 May 2022
20:00
Estadio Antonio Flores, Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Attendance: 28,048
Referee: Nassira Yakoub (Ardelark)
Fushcor 1–2 Itini
37' ⚽ K. Replog
L. Daphne ⚽ 45'
80' ⚽ J. Hetio

22:00
ICBL Arena, Playa del Carmen
Attendance: 29,573
Referee: TBA
Zemlyazvezd 1–1 Lannistter
23' ⚽ Ë. Sstrëuben
D. Lyapina ⚽ 51'


Knockout stage

Quarter-finals

Semi-finals

Third place

Final

2 June 2022 - 21:00
Estadio Petromaya, Campeche

Republic of Yucatan 2−1 Kanoshu

7 June 2022 - 21:00
Estadio Andrés Campos, Cancún

4 June 2022 - 21:00
Estadio Félix Rojas, Villahermosa

Republic of Yucatan 4−2 Nordustra

Nordustra 2−1 (a.e.t.) Zemlyazvezd

11 June 2022 - 20:00
Estadio Antonio Flores, Tuxtla Gutiérrez

12 June 2022 - 22:00
Estadio Olímpico Luis Rivera, Mérida

3 June 2022 - 21:00
Arena Coral, Puerto Váliz

Nordustra 2−1 Lannistter

Republic of Yucatan 2−1 Ardelark

Ardelark 2−2 (5−4) Talamia

8 June 2022 - 21:00
ICBL Arena, Playa del Carmen

5 June 2022 - 21:00
Estadio Municipal Carlos Ruíz, Guatemala

Ardelark 2−1 Lannistter

Lannistter 1−0 Ukotrium

Quarter-finals

2 June 2022
21:00
Estadio Petromaya, Campeche
Attendance: 31,973
Referee: Chärissä Lovenkä (Lannistter)
Yucatan 2−1 Kanoshu
52' ⚽ N. Aoi
M. Ávila ⚽ 72'
C. Yépez ⚽ 85'

3 June 2022
21:00
Arena Coral, Puerto Váliz
Attendance: 24,768
Referee: Elena Hammehøj (Nordustra)
Ardelark 2−2 (5−4) Talamia
19' ⚽ K. Peridromos
H. Kandil ⚽ 51'
107' ⚽ X. Kalapogeuma
R. Toufik ⚽ 119'

Penalties
H. Kandil S. Hylè
R. Benmedien K. Peridromos
F. Meïsoun X. Kalapogeuma
N. Halkoum K. Chromela
S. Mandelbrot X O. Rodon

4 June 2022
21:00
Estadio Félix Rojas, Villahermosa
Attendance: 26,093
Referee: Sará Vilané (Hortizo)
Nordustra 2−1 (a.e.t.) Zemlyazvezd
S. Mikkelsen ⚽ 56', 112'
86' ⚽ D. Lyapina

5 June 2022
21:00
Estadio Municipal Carlos Ruíz, Guatemala
Attendance: 24,257
Referee: Susana Fournier (Mexico)
Lannistter 1−0 Ukotrium
E. Sstrëuben ⚽ 51'


Semi-finals

7 June 2022
21:00
Estadio Andrés Campos, Cancún
Attendance: 52,537
Referee: Krystina Comstock (St. Ignatius and Cooke)
Yucatan 4−2 Nordustra
9' ⚽ S. Mikkelsen
S. Díaz ⚽ 59'
S. Rodríguez ⚽ 66', 90+1'
73' (pen.) ⚽ K. Ojeveit
L. López ⚽ 79'

8 June 2022
21:00
ICBL Arena, Playa del Carmen
Attendance: 29,384
Referee: Olivia González (Yucatan)
Ardelark 2−1 Lannistter
S. Jemjam ⚽ 8'
76' ⚽ V. Unbehaun
A. Ibtihal ⚽ 100'


Third place play-off

11 June 2022
20:00
Estadio Antonio Flores, Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Attendance: 34,725
Referee: Tiphanie Albrici (Gondwana)
Nordustra 2−1 Lannistter
P. Norvi Haraldsdottir ⚽ 5'
S. Carlsen ⚽ 40'
55' ⚽ H. Fūkishigiri


Final

12 June 2022
22:00
Estadio Olímpico Luis Rivera, Mérida
Attendance: 75,000
Referee: Sará Vilané (Hortizo)
Yucatan 2−1 Ardelark
52' ⚽ A. Ibtihal
S. Rodríguez ⚽ 69'
A. Valadez ⚽ 88'


Statistics

Goalscorers

4 goals

  • Sara Rodríguez

3 goals

  • Fatima Meïsoun

  • Nakatomi Kame

  • Carly Güstther

  • Ëmilya Sstrëuben

  • Sarah Mikkelsen

  • Krista Peridromos

2 goals

  • Aïsha Ibtihal

  • Hudhud Kandil

  • Sakïa Mandelbrot

  • Nagata Aoi

  • Valkëriya Unbehaun

  • Katja Ojeveit

  • Sunemea Hylè

  • Xena Kalapogeuma

  • Sofía Díaz

  • Angélica Valadez

  • Carla Yépez

  • Dominika Lyapina

  • Anastasia Makarova

1 goal

  • Souhila Jemjam

  • Nasima Halkoum

  • Rasha Toufik

  • Louisa Daphne

  • Rida Fírano

  • Magín Pasian

  • Evavi Ritogao

  • Jayin Hetio

  • Kayrei Replog

  • Miura Kiyomi

  • Furutani Yuriko

  • Lilli Kristoffersen

  • Lauren Naumov

  • Häbbiyah Frëussëll

  • Haku Fūkishigiri

  • Öleysandriya Väkku

  • Sara Carlsen

  • Piete Norvi Haraldsdottir

  • Linn Jakobinesen

  • Jule Østegårde

  • Lindi Fala

  • Daleisa Suboni

  • Vittoria Aleotti

  • Hellen Sanders

  • Lauren Warren

  • Derya Yaşaroğlu

  • Karlina Esenova

  • Nadala Naevnii

  • Angélica Coimbra

  • Valentina Fonseca

  • Madisson Ávila

  • Valentina Flores

  • Lauren López

  • Frida Ramos

  • Raisa Mikhailova

  • Marina Stepanova

Own goals

  • Lasse Sorensnes (against Veyoris)

Woman of the match

Match

WOTM

Match

WOTM

Match

WOTM

Match

WOTM

May 20th, 22:00
Group A

YUC 2-0 KAZ

Sara Rodríguez (YUC)

May 24th, 20:00
Group A

HOR 2-1 KAZ

Evavi Ritogao (HOR)

May 28th, 20:00
Group A

KAZ 1-2 TAL

Krista Peridromos (TAL)

June 2nd, 21:00
Quarter-finals

YUC 2-1 KAN

Lauren López (YUC)

May 21st, 20:00
Group A

TAL 1-1 HOR

Agnas Kouros (TAL)

May 24th, 22:00
Group A

YUC 2-2 TAL

Xena Kalapogeuma (TAL)

May 28th, 22:00
Group A

HOR 0-2 YUC

Angélica Valadez (YUC)

June 3rd, 21:00
Quarter-finals

ARK 2-2 (5-4) TAL

Krista Peridromos (TAL)

May 21st, 20:00
Group B

SNA 2-2 KAN

Lauren Warren (SNA)

May 25th, 20:00
Group B

KAN 1-2 SAF

Nakatomi Kame (KAN)

May 29th, 20:00
Group B

SAF 0-1 SNA

Derya Yaşaroğlu (SNA)

June 4th, 21:00
Quarter-finals

NOR 2-1 ZEM

Sarah Mikkelsen (NOR)

May 21st, 22:00
Group B

ARK 2-0 SAF

Fatima Meïsoun (ARK)

May 25th, 22:00
Group B

ARK 3-1 SNA

Sakïa Mandelbrot (ARK)

May 29th, 22:00
Group B

KAN 3-2 ARK

Nakatomi Kame (KAN)

June 5th, 21:00
Quarter-finals

LAN 1-0 UKO

Ёmilya Sstrëuben (LAN)

May 22nd, 20:00
Group C

NOR 1-1 TOR

Sarah Mikkelsen (NOR)

May 26th, 20:00
Group C

TOR 1-0 VEY

Nadala Naevnii (TOR)

May 30th, 20:00
Group C

VEY 1-0 NOR

TBA

June 7th, 21:00
Semi-finals

YUC 4-2 NOR

Sarah Mikkelsen (NOR)
Sara Rodríguez (YUC)

May 22nd, 22:00
Group C

UKO 0-0 VEY

Noêmia Abril (UKO)

May 26th, 22:00
Group C

UKO 1-2 NOR

Jule Østegårde (NOR)

May 30th, 22:00
Group C

TOR 0-1 UKO

Angélica Coimbra (UKO)

June 8th, 21:00
Semi-finals

ARK 1-2 LAN

Aïsha Ibtihal (ARK)

May 23rd, 20:00
Group D

ITI 0-1 ZEM

Marina Stepanova (ZEM)

May 27th, 20:00
Group D

ZEM 3-0 FUS

Anastasia Makarova (ZEM)

May 31st, 20:00
Group D

FUS 1-2 ITI

Jayin Hetio (ITI)

June 11th, 20:00
Third place

NOR 2-1 LAN

Piete Norvi Haraldsdottir (NOR)

May 23rd, 22:00
Group D

LAN 3-0 FUS

Ëmilya Sstrëuben (LAN)

May 27th, 22:00
Group D

LAN 4-0 ITI

Carly Güstther (LAN)

May 31st, 22:00
Group D

ZEM 1-1 LAN

Dominika Lyapina (ZEM)

June 12th, 22:00
Final

YUC 2-1 ARK

Sara Rodríguez (YUC)

Awards

Top scorer

Best player

Best goalkeeper

Best coach

Sara Rodríguez

Sara Rodríguez

Leïla Shennouf

Lara Ingebrite

All-star team

Goalkeeper

Defenders

Midfielders

Forwards

Reserves

Leïla Shennouf

Angélica Coimbra

Öceankya Griëggelsstënsokunenplatz

Raisa Mikhailova

Maya Steinsworth

Nagata Aoi

Sakïa Mandelbrot

Sara Rodríguez

Carly Güstther

Fatima Meïsoun

Sarah Mikkelsen

Andrea Moreno

Sara Carlsen

Lineth Ellegårde

Katthista Oronbion

Sunemea Hylè

Dominika Lyapina

Anastasia Makarova

Angélica Valadez

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So, the apocalypse is happening...

As some of you know, I live in Recife (Brazil). I don't know how much international reach this has had, but the city is currently experiencing one of it's worst rainy seasons in recent history, at the very least the worst since the 1950's. So far we have 38 people dead, over 500 driven out of their homes and over 200 who straight up no longer have homes or anywhere to stay. I live in an apartment and my family lives mostly in a house in a neighborhood which is rarely super affected by the storms, but today their house was flooded for probably the first time ever. Thankfully they're all safe, the house has two stories and the flood itself wasn't that bad, my grandma was just shocked it even happened. It's not just there either, a lot of parts of the city that rarely - if ever - flood have been underwater all day.

Extremely similar things happened just south of here, in Bahia, not even six months ago. The wet season has been getting progressively worse each year for the coastal cities, and a lot of people are already dying because of it. Usually, it's extremely poor people living in favelas and shantytowns built on hills, which slide off during stronger storms and kill the people within and around them. This is 20-40% of the population depending on the region, and the increasing extremity of climate events is putting them at serious threat.

Apologies for the downer subject, but I really just wanted to vent. This is not really something with an easy solution, obviously, it's a mid and long term consequence of climate change and even if climate change was reversed it would take as long for things to get better as it took for them to get worse. And oh my god - while Recife has already lost a chunk of it's coast to the rising sea level, and Brazil in general will be screwed by global warming, we're nowhere near as screwed as some of the most affected countries. I'm terrified for the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, etc... This should be a slap in the face of the people in power that the climate disaster is not a near-future problem, is a right-now problem.

I don't know... I wanna cry, scream, move to an isolated cabin in the woods and riot all at the same time. :(

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