Introduction to Table Soccer,Stage 3 (Moscow, 2022 July) of Table Soccer

Stage 3 (Moscow, 2022 July) of table soccer

Matches are listed as local time in Moscow, MSK (UTC3).

All matches took place at Yantar Beach Soccer Stadium in the district of Strogino, with a capacity of 2,500.

This was the eighth time Moscow hosted an EBSL event, drawing level with Marseille as the cities to host the most events in the league's history.

During this round, Kazakhstan won an EBSL stage title for the first time (in either division).

AwardsThe following were presented after the conclusion of the final day's matches. Individual awards apply to Division A only.

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W-League of table soccer

The 201213 W-League season was the fifth season of the W-League, the Australian national women's football (soccer) competition. The season consisted of twelve matchdays followed by a finals series.

This season saw the addition of a new team, the Western Sydney Wanderers, to the W-League (paralleling the club also fielding new teams in the A-League and Youth League) bringing the competition back up to eight teams. This means each matchday involved all eight teams, resulting in the regular season increasing from ten games to twelve for each team.

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Origin of table soccer

The college was the brainchild of a group of women graduates of the University of Adelaide, notably Violet Plummer, Helen Mayo, Constance Finlayson, and Pauline Grenfell Price, who in the 1930s saw the need for an equivalent of the residential St Mark's College to accommodate female students from the country and interstate. They approached Sidney Wilcox (18661942) of the woolbroking firm Wilcox, Mofflin, who donated 5000 and bequeathed his house on Brougham Place, North Adelaide, to the University for such a facility. St. Ann's College was officially opened with sixteen residential students in 1947, much of the delay being attributable to the War.

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Final table of table soccer

Group A: Originally deducted 12 points for not participating the Cup and then later withdrew from the competition all together just before the start of competition. They were automatically relegated by the Lebanese Football Federation once they withdrew from the league.

Group B:Homenmen Beirut 3 points deducted as required by FIFA because of failure to pay Armenian player Ghakik Simoyan.

: Originally deducted 12 points for not participating the Cup and then later withdrew from the competition all together just before the start of competition. They were automatically relegated by the Lebanese Football Federation once they withdrew from the league.

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FFSA Super League of table soccer

The FFSA Super League was the highest state-level soccer competition in South Australia between 2006 and 2012. Prior to the 2006 season, the highest level competition in South Australia was the SASF Premier League. Due to the manifestation of a new governing body, Football Federation Australia the SASF ceased operations. Nationally, it was one grade lower than the A-League. It was conducted by the Football Federation of South Australia (FFSA), the state's governing body. Each season the bottom two Super League clubs were relegated to the FFSA Premier League. The final champions in 2012 where the Adelaide Blue Eagles.

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Venues of table soccer

List of venues as follows:

Atto Beaver Park: Beach volleyball

Bishop's University: Basketball, Soccer

Cegep de Sherbrooke - Centre de l'activit physique: Fencing, Wrestling

Centre rcratif de Rock Forest: Tennis

Sherbrooke: Cycling

Lac des Nations: Canoe-Kayak

Lac Magog: Rowing, Sailing

Lac Memphrmagog: Open Water Swimming

Milby Golf Club: Golf

Mont Bellevue: Mountain Bike

Palais des Sports: Basketball

Parc Bureau: Softball

Parc Desranleau: Softball

Parc de l'Est: Baseball

Stade Julien Morin: Baseball

Parc Sylvie-Daigle: Soccer

Stade Amde-Roy: Baseball

Universit de Sherbrooke: Athletics, Diving, Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball

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Kerala Premier League of table soccer

The 201415 Kerala Premier League Season was the second season of the Kerala Premier League, a professional football league played in Kerala since 201314. The Season included a Women's Edition for the first time. The season features eight teams. The season kicked off on 2 May and ended on 7 May, while the semi-finals began on 9 May, which will conclude with the final match on 11 May. The final was played between State Bank of Travancore and Kerala Police on 11 May 2015. State Bank of Travancore were crowned as champions defeating Kerala Police 51 in the final. Wayanad FC emerged as the winners of the Women's Edition.

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Structure of table soccer

It featured the best eight teams of Kerala affiliated to the KFA competing for the Trophy. The league was played in a two single format where the teams were divided into two groups of four teams each. Matches were played in Wayanad. Top two teams from each group qualified for the semifinals. Three points were awarded for a win, one for a draw and zero for a loss. At the end of the season a table of the final League standings was determined, based on the following criteria in this order: points obtained, goal difference, and goals scored

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Philippine Football Federation competitions of table soccer

Men'sNational championshipVarious tournaments and leagues have been directly organized by the Philippine Football Federation, such as the National Men's Open Championship, the Philippine Football League (P-League), the Manila Premier Football League (MPFL), and the Filipino Premier League, among others. These leagues were often short-lived, and thus do not have a champions list readily available. The champions of these tournaments are lumped together in the following tables as "national champions".

Philippine Football League (P-League)First attemptRelaunchRelaunched as the "P-League" in 1998.

Manila Premier Football LeagueFilipino Premier LeagueMen's National Club Championship (201115)Philippines Football League (2017)Women'sWomen's League (2016)

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Forsbacka IK of table soccer

Forsbacka IK is a sports club in Forsbacka, Sweden, established in 1918. The club plays bandy, floorball, handball and soccer. The men's bandy team, popular known as the "Yellow Peril" (Swedish: Gula faran), has played 16 seasons in the Swedish top division. between 1940 and 19671968. Being described as a typical "yo-yo" club, the men's bandy team was often being promoted and relegated between the top division and second division for almost 30 years.

The men's soccer team has played nine seasons in the Swedish third division.

The floorball section was started in 1991.

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Dresdner SC of table soccer

Dresdner Sportclub 1898 e.V., known simply as Dresdner SC, is a German multisport club playing in Dresden, Saxony. Founded on 30 April 1898, the club was a founding member of the German Football Association (Deutscher Fussball Bund or German Football Association) in 1900. The origins of the club go back still further to the predecessor side Dresden English Football Club formed in 1874 by expatriate Englishmen as Germany's first football club and possibly the earliest in continental Europe: Dresdener SC was organized by one-time German members of the EFC.

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Background of table soccer

SC Mda currently plays in the Terceira Diviso Srie B which is the fourth tier of Portuguese football. The club was founded in 1946 and they play their home matches at the Estdio Dr. Augusto Csar de Carvalho in Mda. The stadium is able to accommodate 3,000 spectators.

The club is affiliated to Associao de Futebol da Guarda and has competed in the AF Guarda Taa. The club has also entered the national cup competition known as Taa de Portugal on a few occasions.

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Distillery F.C. (Dublin) of table soccer

Distillery Football Club was an Irish association football club originally based on Distillery Road in Drumcondra, Dublin. The club was active during the 1930s and 1940s, fielding teams in both the Leinster Senior League and the Athletic Union League. They also competed in the FAI Cup, the FAI Intermediate Cup, the FAI Junior Cup and the Leinster Senior Cup, winning the three latter trophies. Despite their successes at intermediate and junior level, unlike their contemporaries Sligo Rovers and St Patrick's Athletic, Distillery never joined the League of Ireland

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Deutsche Eishockey Liga of table soccer

The Deutsche Eishockey Liga (for sponsorship reasons called "PENNY Deutsche Eishockey Liga") (German pronunciation: dt ashki lia; English: German Ice Hockey League) or DEL, is a German professional ice hockey league that was founded in 1994. It was formed as a replacement for the Eishockey-Bundesliga and became the new top-tier league in Germany as a result. Unlike the old Bundesliga, the DEL is not under the administration of the German Ice Hockey Federation.

In the 201617 season the league was the second-best supported in Europe, behind the Swiss National League A, with an average attendance of 6,198 spectators per game.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. season of table soccer

The 188889 season was the first season of competitive league football in the history of English football club Wolverhampton Wanderers. They played in the inaugural season of the newly formed Football League. The club finished in third place in the league, and as runners-up in the FA Cup.

The team scored the first goal in Football League history when they took the lead against Aston Villa on the league's opening day. This match, as with all other home games for Wolves, was staged at Dudley Road in Wolverhampton, the only league campaign in which the club have not been based at Molineux.

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Extracurricular activities of table soccer

HumanitarianIn July 2012, FPS sent students to participate in a seminar related to the dumping of waste in Arabian Sea that connects to the coast of Karachi.

FPS is working on making community service work mandatory for all A-Level schools in the city. This will be a condition on all students in order to proceed to their second year of A-Levels. An activity like this is closely similar to the requirements of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma which requires students to complete a minimum of 40 hours of community service before they can graduate.

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British Home Championship of table soccer

The 193738 British Home Championship was a football tournament played between the British Home Nations during the 193738 season. The competition was won by England after they defeated Ireland and Wales in their opening games. Even though Scotland won the final game at Wembley Stadium, England were able to hold their lead, thanks to the Welsh victory over Scotland in their opening match. Wales however were unable to continue this form, losing to England and Ireland in their subsequent matches. The Scots and Irish drew, and thus shared second place

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FC Tskhinvali of table soccer

FC Tskhinvali is a Georgian football club which plays in the Erovnuli Liga 2, the second tier in Georgian football. The original club was founded in 1936 in Tskhinvali, South Ossetia. The current club was founded in 2007, in an effort for the Georgian government to regain control over South Ossetia. Due to the enduring GeorgianOssetian conflict, FC Tskhinvali has played its home games in Georgia state-controlled territory.

The name of the team was changed several times. As usual, the name was FC Spartak.clarification needed Tskhinvali is the new name for FC Tskhinvali, who withdrew in winter 2015.clarification needed

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American Football of table soccer

Jim Thorpe (Sac and Fox Nation, 18871953), Olympic Gold medalist and football and baseball player. Won titles as both a player and team executive of the Canton Bulldogs.

Tyler Bray, Potawatomi, Chicago Bears, quarterback

Levi Horn, Northern Cheyenne

Sam Bradford, Cherokee Nation quarterback

Al Hoptowit, American football player

Wahoo McDaniel, Choctaw-Chickasaw, played for different NFL-AFL teams between 1960 and 1968, later became a professional wrestler

Sonny Sixkiller, Cherokee American football quarterback

James Winchester, Choctaw, Kansas City Chiefs, long snapper, a Super Bowl LIV championOorang Indians players

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Dundalk F.C. season of table soccer

Dundalk G.N.R. made their debut in the Free State League, the top tier of Irish football, in 192627. They had played the previous four seasons in the Leinster Senior League. The team was managed by Joe McCleery, previously of Belfast Celtic F.

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, who used his connections to Northern Irish football to ensure a supply of players for the season ahead. Home matches were played at the Dundalk Athletic Grounds (a facility near the town centre shared by several sporting codes), but on weekends when the Athletic Grounds were unavailable, matches would usually move to the Carroll's Recreation Ground

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BFA Senior League of table soccer

The 2011 BFA Senior League was the fourth season of the league playing in its then-current format, which involves the top teams from the Grand Bahama and New Providence Soccer Leagues. Previously, the league had been a tournament between the top teams of each island, but became the top level of Bahamian football.

The competition featured the winners of the New Providence Football League and the Grand Bahamas Football League to determine the top club in The Bahamas, as well as the nation's qualifier for the CFU Club Championship.

IM Bears FC are the defending league champions.

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