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Alteran Republics wrote:Many of us have space programmes already - I'm quitely preparing to announce a replacement of the Patri-Rosa system with something far lighter. However, my shuttles will continue their valiant service as the regions sole (to my knowledge) heavy shuttle-based launcher.

As for a Dark-Side of the Moon race ... I'm game. I think we should discuss as a group a timetable for RP events - otherwise we'll get someone saying they'll reach the moon tomorrow.

Corindia has reached the moon technically, just with a tiny probe

Aizcona wrote:Yes

Okay great! Still want the same role in the station ?

(I might not change the badge because I'm lazy)

Corindia wrote:Okay great! Still want the same role in the station ?

(I might not change the badge because I'm lazy)

Sure

Scantarbia wrote:
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Leading Agri Company in the Western Isles, est.1980.
Providing basic needs worldwide, with ethics in mind.





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a sneak peek of what's more to come

If anyone wants to host their plantation/factory feel free to TG/DM me

Anyone want to get involved in my RP? Things have slowed to a halt lately.

Mokov wrote:Anyone want to get involved in my RP? Things have slowed to a halt lately.

chuck me a link and i'll promote it on monday

We oughta make some articles for IIWiki or whatever. Kinda confusing having to piece together the history of the isles from a million different factbooks.

The Aziran Islands wrote:We oughta make some articles for IIWiki or whatever. Kinda confusing having to piece together the history of the isles from a million different factbooks.

who uses that

Ainslie wrote:chuck me a link and i'll promote it on monday

viewtopic.php?f=5&t=471390&sid=db9c1a96b11481c9e54850c9821b1a3c
BAM

The Aziran Islands wrote:We oughta make some articles for IIWiki or whatever. Kinda confusing having to piece together the history of the isles from a million different factbooks.

Already got a project similar to this: nation=twikipedia

I don't feel like reading 92 messages, what did I miss?

Miklania wrote:To avoid confusion I would avoid listing the depth charges under the ship's own weapons, since it has no way of employing them directly other than having Seaman Clegane heave them over the side.

Hmm, seems reasonable enough. People jumping to conclusions ain't a good idea ...
*gets flashbacks of the laser tank incident*

Corindia wrote:Corindia has reached the moon technically, just with a tiny probe

Yes, I recall that the other day. But, to my knowledge, you spent a heck of a lot of time planning it.

... time for some 4th wall breaking TWItter posts ...

Alteran Republics wrote:

... time for some 4th wall breaking TWItter posts ...

oh boy

Alteran Republics wrote:Yes, I recall that the other day. But, to my knowledge, you spent a heck of a lot of time planning it.

... time for some 4th wall breaking TWItter posts ...

yeah it was part of my ten 15 year road map. Which is obviously flexible depending on rp

viewtopic.php?f=7&t=471831&p=36196510#p36196510

We are extremely sorry that we are two months late this year for the IFAF Western Isles Cup. So better start the qualifier matches and stuff and things like hosting bids.

For newcomers...

The Western Isles Cup


The Western Isles Cup is a yearly international tournament within the Western Isles where the premier national footballing teams of the Isles compete for glory and bragging rights.
#TWICup2018
2018 OOC Thread: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=443989

Informational Factbook : page=dispatch/id=1035332
Special thanks to Dormill and Stiura

2018 Cup Coverage : page=dispatch/id=1051433
Special thanks to Athara Magarat



2017 Tournament Statistics

CHAMPIONS:Norstham(1st cup win)
2nd : EUSR
3rd : Eserai
Host : Norstham
Top Scorer : Cecglu (EUSR)
Best Young Player : J.Myran (NORS)
Fair Play : Athara Magarat


2018 Tournament Info

DATE : LATE SUMMER - FALL 2018
Host: Corindia

REGIONAL QUALIFIERS:
GFA Qualifiers : viewtopic.php?f=7&t=445399
Mesder Qualifers : viewtopic.php?f=7&t=44
CEFA Qualifiers : viewtopic.php?f=7&t=444959[/b]

Teams who have qualified for the IFAF Western Isles Cup (running list):

MSFC
Weinam
Kalmark
Thromsa
Norstham (2017 Champions)
Cosie
Verona beach
Athara Magarat
Covonant
Polar Svalbard
Cosie
Haasar

GFA
Ostehaar
Alteran Republics
Michigonia
Orsandia
Roendavar
Dormill and Stiura
Archvenland
Samudera
Agadar
Ainslie
Negarakita
Torom
Aruia
Oturia
Verdon
Mandeka
Townside


CEFA

Corindia
San Jimenez
Iosnil
Fahraxi


IFAF Rankings (Pre-Cup Update coming soon !)

#

Team

Score

Played

Won

Draw

Lost

Goals For

Goals Conceded

1

Ostehaar

6

2

2

0

0

7

2

2

Orsandia

6

2

2

0

0

6

3

3

Roendavar

6

2

2

0

0

4

2

4

Menna shuli

6

3

2

0

1

4

3

5

Alteran Republics

4

2

1

1

0

5

2

6

Mandeka

4

2

1

1

0

3

2

7

Thuzbekistan

4

3

1

1

1

2

3

8

Covonant

3

1

1

0

0

3

0

9

Kalmarfrihet

3

1

1

0

0

3

0

10

Thromsa

3

1

1

0

0

2

0

11

Verona beach

3

1

1

0

0

2

1

12

Weinam

3

1

1

0

0

1

0

13

Torom

3

2

1

0

1

6

5

14

Norstham

3

2

1

0

1

4

6

15

Noronica

3

2

1

0

1

3

2

16

Iosnil

3

2

1

0

1

3

3

17

San Jimenez

3

2

1

0

1

3

3

18

Athara Magarat

3

2

1

0

1

3

5

19

Corindia

3

2

1

0

1

2

1

20

Aruia

3

2

1

0

1

2

2

21

Cosie

3

2

1

0

1

2

2

22

Dormill and Stiura

3

2

1

0

1

2

4

23

Fahraxi

1

2

0

1

1

3

4

24

Michigonia

1

2

0

1

1

2

6

25

Agadar

1

2

0

1

1

1

3

26

Kho panha

0

1

0

0

1

2

3

27

Ainslie

0

1

0

0

1

1

2

28

Negarakita

0

1

0

0

1

1

3

29

Haasar

0

1

0

0

1

0

1

30

Verdon

0

1

0

0

1

0

1

31

Domanania

0

1

0

0

1

0

2

32

Samudera

0

1

0

0

1

0

2

33

Polar Svalbard

0

2

0

0

2

3

5

34

Oturia

0

2

0

0

2

1

3

35

San Montagna(DNQ)

0

0

0

0

0

0

Read factbook

Isles Federation of Association Football
Catagories: Sports

Isles Federation of Association Football (IFAF)

Logo
Thanks to Corindia for the logo


Name

Isles Federation of Association Football

French: Isles Fédération de Football Association
Dutch: Eilandenfederatie van Verenigingsvoetbal
Spanish: Islas Federación de Asociación de Fútbol
Ahnslen:
Nyssic:


Abbreviation

IFAF

Founded

1902 (117 Years Ago)
as the Isles International Association Football Conference

Type

Federation of national associations

Headquarters

International District

Regions Served

Full Isles

Membership

62

Official Languages

Ahnslen
Dutch
English
French
Nyssic
Spanish

Cup

The Western Isles Cup

Current Champions

Brulafi (5th title)

Most Successful team(s)

Norstham (7 titles)

Map of the Confederations of the Isles Federation of Association Football
GFA - UAFA - MSFC - CEFA

The Isles Federation of Association Football is an association which describes itself as an international governing body of association football, futsal, and beach soccer. The IFAF is responsible for the organization of football's major international tournaments, notably The Isles Cup which commenced in 1928 and the Women's Isles Cup which commenced in 1985. Founded in 1902 to oversee competitions between various nations across the wider region, its initial headquarters was in -NATION- before it relocated to the International District in 2017, where it remains to this day. Its membership contains 62 national associations as of 2019, grouped into 4 regional confederations: the Gael Football Association, the Union of Argean Football Associations, the Mesder Sea Football Confederation, and the Confederation of Eastern Football Associations.


History
The general history of the IFAF begins with the introduction of Association Football by English colonists to various states and colonies in the Isles in the 1870s, bringing the Laws of the Game with them. The first games of association football were played in the Thromsaan colony of York around 1886, though other nations continue to dispute the claim of the first game played in the Isles. From Thromsa, the game spread across Raedlon, establishing itself into the cultures of many nations, most notably Norstham, a continuing football powerhouse in the Isles. As English settlement reached its peak in the early 1900s, Football became entrenched in many more nations, with the first international matches played between Dormill and Stiura's Courderouge Athletic Club and Ostehaar's Haalban City Football Club in 1900 and various other teams across the Isles.

The first international football organization was formed in 1902 between several nations, which became the Isles International Association Football Conference, and though it has been defunct, it's impact remains seen as its members are among the top nations featured in the modern IFAF. Other international associations, such as the Gael Football Association and the North Argus Football Union, would also be formed in early and mid 1900s. In 1928, several nations formed the Isles Cup, a closed international football tournament between nations that would be carried over into the modern cup. Following the Imperial War, and the general revival of the game, these international associations and their representing nations came together to form the IFAF in -NATION- to better facilitate international tournaments across the Isles as a whole.

In 1980, the IFAF began a major restructuring of its associations to make the process of organizing tournaments easier on the organization, creating or expanding on all of the organizations that were members. In the end, the 4 modern confederations were formed, with berths to the Isles Cup distributed based on each Confederation's membership. In the 1984 IFAF summit, the organization also established the Women's Isles Cup, to start in 1985, which plays concurrently with the Isles Cup.

In 2017, the IFAF officially moved its headquarters to the now stabilized International District to avoid controversy between the member states. It remains there to this day, and has begun the process of preparing for the 2019 Isles Cup.


Confederations

The IFAF is divided into 4 regional Confederations for ease of planning, they are: the Gael Football Association, the Union of Argean Football Associations, the Mesder Sea Football Confederation, and the Confederation of Eastern Football Associations. Each Confederation has its own unique history in Football, and each are crucial to the function and continued success of both the IFAF and The Beautiful Game.

Confederation of Eastern Football Associations
Headquarters: Carmo, Corindia
Membership: 12
Isles Cup Berths: 8
Most Successful Team(s): Iosnil (5 titles)

The Confederation of Eastern Football Associations is the second youngest of the IFAF's Confederations which was formed in the Restructuring of 1980. It additionally covers the widest geographic reach of the Confederations, representing associations from San Jimenez to Corindia and Iosnil. Its headquarters are in Carmo, which was selected among its members during the 1980 Restructuring. Corindia was the most recent host of an IFAF Cup, hosting the 2018 Isles Cup. It's most successful team is Iosnil, having won 5 Cups.

Gael Football Association
Headquarters: Alland, Michigonia
Membership: 16
Isles Cup Berths: 8
Most Successful Team(s): Aruia (5 titles)

The Gael Football Association is the oldest continuous Confederation of the IFAF, having been formed between Gael's nations in 1930. It was also the least affected by the 1980 Restructuring, removing the Alteran Republics and adding Townside to its membership since then. Its headquarters are in Alland, Michigonia which is the most recent of the GFA's headquarters; it has formerly been headquartered in Nolon City, Noronica, Kapolder, Dormill and Stiura, Gaungfeng, Orsandia, and Prohare, Ostehaar. Ainslie was the most recent host of an IFAF cup, hosting the 2015 Isles Cup. Its most successful team is Aruia, having won 5 cups.

Mesder Sea Football Confederation
Headquarters: Norđurhavn, Norstham
Membership: 17
Isles Cup Berths: 8
Most Successful Team(s): Norstham (7 titles)

The Mesder Sea Football Confederation is presently the smallest of the IFAF's Confederations, representing only 9 members. As a result, it only has 4 berths to the Isles Cup. The MSFC is headquartered in Norđurhavn, Norstham. Norstham was the most recent host of an IFAF cup, hosting the 2017 Isles Cup. Its most successful team is Norstham, having won 7 cups.

Union of Argean Football Associations
Headquarters: New Libang, Athara Magarat
Membership: 14
Isles Cup Berths: 8
Most Successful Team(s): Brulafi (5 titles)

The Union of Argean Football Associations is considered the Confederation of the teams with the greatest potential to make great strides in future IFAF Cups. It was adjusted in 1980 to finally include the Alteran Republics, which had been a member of the GFA alongside with Noroncia until then. Ever since 1980, -LOCATION- has been the headquarters of the UAFA, although calls have been made to relocate the confederation to the nearby International District in recent years, though the IFAF has made no statement as to whether it would move the UAFA's headquarters. The UAFA is home to the most recent champion Brulafi. The most recent host of an IFAF cup from the UAFA was Corresia, hosting the 2011 Isles Cup. Its most successful team is Bruladi, with 5 cups.


The Western Isles Cup
The Western Isles Cup (sometimes simply called "The Isles Cup") is a yearly Men's Association Football international tournament where 32 national teams from the IFAF's 4 Confederations come together to determine the best team that year. The winner of that year's Cup is awarded the Isles Cup, with other awards also given for performances throughout the tournament. The host of each year's tournament is selected by a simple majority vote of the IFAF's members in the months preceding that year's competition. Although the Isles Cup has existed for 90 years, there have only been 78 Cups to date, interrupted by the Imperial War (1941 - 1953). Below is a brief history of the Western Isles Cup.

Year

Host

Winner

1928

Banda Territory, Dormill and Stiura and Electorate of Samudera, Ainslie

Orsandia

1929

Townside

Noronica

1930

Vancouvia

Doppler

1931

Belle Ilse en Terre

Corindia

1932

Corindia

Dormill and Stiura

1933

Suvurnie, Dormill and Stiura

Torom

1934

Belle Ilse en Terre

Iosnil

1935

Corindia

Aruia

1936

Linaviar

Alteran Republics

1937

San Jimenez

Oturia

1938

Enchanta

Dormill and Stiura

1939

Xrevaro

Vancouvia

1940

Miklania

Ainslie

1954

Miklania

Brulafi

1955

Vancouvia

Ruios

1956

Dragao do Mar

Norstham

1957

Doppler

Polar Svalbard

1958

Balnik

Aruia

1959

Athara Magarat

Ostehaar

1960

Michigonia

Roendavar

1961

Varika

Verlaska

1962

Razzgriz

Roendavar

1963

Eurania

Menna Shuli

1964

Noronica

Otuira

1965

Linaviar

Orsandia

1966

Vancouvia

Menna Shuli

1967

Ludesie

Brulafi

1968

Kowani

Menna Shuli

1969

Cosie

Iosnil

1970

Xrevaro

Ostehaar

1971

Enchanta

Noronica

1972

Dothrakia

Ainslie

1973

Verdon

Alteran Republics

1974

Almorea

Oturia

1975

San Montagna

Norstham

1976

Domanania

Brulafi

1977

Domanania

Verlaska

1978

Corresia

Samudera

1979

Thromsa

Ludeise

1980

Oturia

Ruios

1981

Varika

Agadar

1982

Vancouvia

Athara Magrat

1983

Almorea

Aruia

1984

Vancouvia

Aruia

1985

Linaviar

Corindia

1986

Menna Shuli

Norstham

1987

Varika

Verdon

1988

Vancouvia

Agadar

1989

Ostehaar

Corindia

1990

Creek Islands

Townside

1991

The Cavallo

Norstham

1992

The Cavallo

Agadar

1993

Ainslie

Iosnil

1994

Nezaeva

Townside

1995

Kowani

Alteran Republics

1996

Belle Ilse en Terre

Dormill and Stiura

1997

Dragao do Mar

Aruia

1998

Corindia

Iosnil

1999

Vancouvia

Noronica

2000

Balnik

Polar Svalbard

2001

Michigonia

Thromsa

2002

Almorea

Roendavar

2003

Athara Magarat

Thromsa

2004

Cheoju

San Jimenez

2005

Ruios

Roendavar

2006

Torom

Brulafi

2007

Brulafi

Iosnil

2008

Iosnil

Norstham

2009

Roendavar

Townside

2010

Storalia

Corindia

2011

Corresia

Townside

2012

Agadar

Oturia

2013

Thromsa

Dormill and Stiura

2014

Norstham

Verdon

2015

Ainslie

Norstham

2016

Miklania

Doppler

2017

Norstham

Norstham

2018

Corindia

Brulafi

Read dispatch

There are four regional associations and each of them have 8 berths

Remove the nation tags if you want to quote!

Aizcona, Alteran Republics, Brulafi, Enchanta, Hadzanye, Martenyika, Menna shuli, Noronica, San Montagna, Tracera, Vancouvia, Wellsia and Xrevaro

UAFA nations, care to participate in this?

viewtopic.php?f=7&t=471832

My nation is the 28th most religious on the region

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Leading Agri Company in the Western Isles, est.1980.
Providing basic needs worldwide, with ethics in mind.





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Added another slide. Again, still a WIP

Alteran Republics wrote:Hmm, seems reasonable enough. People jumping to conclusions ain't a good idea ...
*gets flashbacks of the laser tank incident*

Good. Heaving them over the side is so World War One.

Miklania wrote:Good. Heaving them over the side is so World War One.

But no one on these frigates will be ....
.... nevermind. *facepalm*

Havalland wrote:My nation is the 28th most religious on the region

With a smashing 4.64 prayers per hour, Nhoor is 129th ^^

Nhoor wrote:With a smashing 4.64 prayers per hour, Nhoor is 129th ^^

You crazy religious goons in Nhoor can't stand against our big-brained secularism. 4.14 prayers/hour is the only acceptable standard to wear a fedora.

Meanwhile in Catholic Miklania:

5,504.16 Prayers Per Hour.

Somehow only 9th in the region.

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